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KOKRAJHAR, April 6 � Campaigning for the 12 BTC constituencies in Kokrajhar district ended this evening. Altogether 5,85,971 voters will now decide the fate of the candidates. The election will be held on April 8.

Out of the 5,85,971 voters, 2,95,628 are male voters and 2,90,343 female. Eighty-eight candidates are in the fray for the 12 BTC constituencies in Kokrajhar district, with five of them being female candidates.

Of the 88 contesting candidates in Kokrajhar district, 12 are from BPF, 12 from BJP, 12 from Congress, one from AGP, four from AIUDF and the rest are independent candidates.

Ten candidates will vie for the Fakiragram seat, five the Banargaon seat, five for Debargaon, eight for the Baukhungri seat, five for Salakati, nine for the Parbatjhora seat, 10 for Guma, eight for Srirampur, eight for Jamduar, six for Saraibil, six for Kachugaon and eight for the Dotma constituency.

Prominent candidates include two-time winner and BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary in Banargaon constituency and two-time winner and sitting Executive Member of BTC Derhasat Basumatary in Salakati. Among the other prominent candidates are BJP�s Manoj Kumar Brahma and PCDR�s Rabiram Narzary in Banargaon and BPF�s Doneswar Goyari in Baukhungri.

Of the total number of polling stations, 160 have been identified as comparatively safe, 396 as sensitive and 198 as very sensitive. Fifty-one polling stations have been identified as critical.

It may further be mentioned here that a total of 20,64,099 voters are expected to exercise their franchise at 2,700 polling booths in 40 constituencies spread over Kokrajhar, Chirang, Baska and Udalguri districts in BTAD, of which over 480 polling stations have been categorised as very sensitive and over 730 as sensitive.

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Poll campaigning ends in Kokrajhar

KOKRAJHAR, April 6 � Campaigning for the 12 BTC constituencies in Kokrajhar district ended this evening. Altogether 5,85,971 voters will now decide the fate of the candidates. The election will be held on April 8.

Out of the 5,85,971 voters, 2,95,628 are male voters and 2,90,343 female. Eighty-eight candidates are in the fray for the 12 BTC constituencies in Kokrajhar district, with five of them being female candidates.

Of the 88 contesting candidates in Kokrajhar district, 12 are from BPF, 12 from BJP, 12 from Congress, one from AGP, four from AIUDF and the rest are independent candidates.

Ten candidates will vie for the Fakiragram seat, five the Banargaon seat, five for Debargaon, eight for the Baukhungri seat, five for Salakati, nine for the Parbatjhora seat, 10 for Guma, eight for Srirampur, eight for Jamduar, six for Saraibil, six for Kachugaon and eight for the Dotma constituency.

Prominent candidates include two-time winner and BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary in Banargaon constituency and two-time winner and sitting Executive Member of BTC Derhasat Basumatary in Salakati. Among the other prominent candidates are BJP�s Manoj Kumar Brahma and PCDR�s Rabiram Narzary in Banargaon and BPF�s Doneswar Goyari in Baukhungri.

Of the total number of polling stations, 160 have been identified as comparatively safe, 396 as sensitive and 198 as very sensitive. Fifty-one polling stations have been identified as critical.

It may further be mentioned here that a total of 20,64,099 voters are expected to exercise their franchise at 2,700 polling booths in 40 constituencies spread over Kokrajhar, Chirang, Baska and Udalguri districts in BTAD, of which over 480 polling stations have been categorised as very sensitive and over 730 as sensitive.