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Mizoram NGOs asked to allow peaceful poll at Kanhmun

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AIZAWL, March 29 - Mizoram Chief Electoral Officer (CEO), Ashish Kundra on Friday appealed to civil society groups in the State to understand with the Election Commission�s position to set up polling stations for Bru voters at Kanhmun village along the State border with Tripura and reconsider their decision to boycott the upcoming Lok Sabha polls. He said that boycotting elections is not a democratic form of protest. The CEO also appealed them to allow peaceful elections at the village.

The NGO Coordination Committee, an umbrella body of civil societies and student associations of Mizoram, has threatened to boycott the ensuing Lok Sabha polls if special arrangement is not made to facilitate the Bru voters exercise their franchise at their respective polling stations in Mizoram.

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Mizoram NGOs asked to allow peaceful poll at Kanhmun

AIZAWL, March 29 - Mizoram Chief Electoral Officer (CEO), Ashish Kundra on Friday appealed to civil society groups in the State to understand with the Election Commission�s position to set up polling stations for Bru voters at Kanhmun village along the State border with Tripura and reconsider their decision to boycott the upcoming Lok Sabha polls. He said that boycotting elections is not a democratic form of protest. The CEO also appealed them to allow peaceful elections at the village.

The NGO Coordination Committee, an umbrella body of civil societies and student associations of Mizoram, has threatened to boycott the ensuing Lok Sabha polls if special arrangement is not made to facilitate the Bru voters exercise their franchise at their respective polling stations in Mizoram.