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Nalbari DC makes special arrangements for centenarian voters

By RAMEN KALITA
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NALBARI, March 29 - The Nalbari district administration has made special arrangements for all the 27 centenarian voters of the district so that they can easily cast their valuable votes.

Nalbari Deputy Commissioner Bharat Bhushan Dev Choudhury said that he directed the circle officers to provide wheel chairs and vehicles on the polling day for voters who are over a hundred years old.

The Deputy Commissioner on Thursday arrived at the residence of Chanaram Barman of Arara village in Nalbari district, who is a centenarian voter.

He felicitated Barman with a gamusa and a bouquet. Dev Choudhury requested him to cast his valuable vote in the ensuing Lok Sabha election.

While talking to this Correspondent, the Deputy Commissioner said that the entire district has 27 voters who have crossed 100 years of age. Of them, Nalbari Assembly constituency, which falls in Mangaldai HPC, has 14 such voters.

Besides the Barkhetri LAC, which falls under Guwahati Lok Sabha seat, has 10 centenarian voters, while Dharmapur LAC that falls under Barpeta Lok Sabha seat has only three voters who have crossed 100 years of age.

The Deputy Commissioner further said that the district has 3,833 octogenarian and nonagenarian voters. The district has 13,786 first-time voters who are between 18 to 19 years of age, he added.

The Deputy Commissioner also made special arrangements for the specially-abled voters in order to ensure their participation in the Lok Sabha polls.

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Nalbari DC makes special arrangements for centenarian voters

NALBARI, March 29 - The Nalbari district administration has made special arrangements for all the 27 centenarian voters of the district so that they can easily cast their valuable votes.

Nalbari Deputy Commissioner Bharat Bhushan Dev Choudhury said that he directed the circle officers to provide wheel chairs and vehicles on the polling day for voters who are over a hundred years old.

The Deputy Commissioner on Thursday arrived at the residence of Chanaram Barman of Arara village in Nalbari district, who is a centenarian voter.

He felicitated Barman with a gamusa and a bouquet. Dev Choudhury requested him to cast his valuable vote in the ensuing Lok Sabha election.

While talking to this Correspondent, the Deputy Commissioner said that the entire district has 27 voters who have crossed 100 years of age. Of them, Nalbari Assembly constituency, which falls in Mangaldai HPC, has 14 such voters.

Besides the Barkhetri LAC, which falls under Guwahati Lok Sabha seat, has 10 centenarian voters, while Dharmapur LAC that falls under Barpeta Lok Sabha seat has only three voters who have crossed 100 years of age.

The Deputy Commissioner further said that the district has 3,833 octogenarian and nonagenarian voters. The district has 13,786 first-time voters who are between 18 to 19 years of age, he added.

The Deputy Commissioner also made special arrangements for the specially-abled voters in order to ensure their participation in the Lok Sabha polls.