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Udalguri administration gears up for BTC election

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KALAIGAON, Nov 29 - Leading political parties have geared their campaign for the upcoming BTC election in Udalguri district. All together 6,22,408 voters of Udalguri district will decide the fates of 60 candidates in the BTC election. Of the 6,22,408 voters, 3,23,703 belong to Udalguri sub-division and rest are from Bhergaon sub-division.

The election will be held in Udalguri district on December 7. Re-poll, if necessary, will be held on December 8. The BTC election in Udalguri district will be conducted in both Udalguri and Bhergaon sub-divisions under separate Returning Officers. Counting of ballots will begin at Bhergaon and Udalguri on December 12.

Deputy Commissioner of Udalguri district, Praksh Ranjan Gharphalia, has been appointed as the Returning Officer of Udalguri sub-division covering five BTC constituencies, while Gokul Chandra Brahma, ADC-cum-SDO has been entrusted with the responsibility for the Bhergaon sub-division to monitor five BTC segments.

The five BTC constituencies under Bhergaon sub-division are- Khwirwbari

( 56,792 voters), Bhergaon (57,345 voters), Khaling Duar (63,618 voters),Nonwli Serfanf (51,809 voters) and Mwdwibori ( 69,141 voters).

Similarly five constituencies in Udalguri sub-division are Harisinga (58,950 voters), Dwhwnsri (69,838 voters), Bhairabkunda (64,150 voters) Pasnwi Serfang (64,556 voters) and Rowta ( 57,135 voters) .

According to a report, 28 candidates are contesting from Bhergaon sub-division, while the figure for Udalguri-subdivision stands at 32.

Addressing a press conference here on Saturday, Gharphalia informed that all the necessary arrangments for the forthcoming election are in progress for the smooth conduct of election. �We have indentified sensitive polling stations in which more security personnel would be deployed so that voters can cast their votes without any fear,� he said. The Deputy Commissioner, accompanied by Prabir Chandra Kakoti, Secretary,Social Welfare, Government of Assam, who is also the General Observer for the BTC election in Udalguri district, appealed to the people to cast their votes.

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Udalguri administration gears up for BTC election

KALAIGAON, Nov 29 - Leading political parties have geared their campaign for the upcoming BTC election in Udalguri district. All together 6,22,408 voters of Udalguri district will decide the fates of 60 candidates in the BTC election. Of the 6,22,408 voters, 3,23,703 belong to Udalguri sub-division and rest are from Bhergaon sub-division.

The election will be held in Udalguri district on December 7. Re-poll, if necessary, will be held on December 8. The BTC election in Udalguri district will be conducted in both Udalguri and Bhergaon sub-divisions under separate Returning Officers. Counting of ballots will begin at Bhergaon and Udalguri on December 12.

Deputy Commissioner of Udalguri district, Praksh Ranjan Gharphalia, has been appointed as the Returning Officer of Udalguri sub-division covering five BTC constituencies, while Gokul Chandra Brahma, ADC-cum-SDO has been entrusted with the responsibility for the Bhergaon sub-division to monitor five BTC segments.

The five BTC constituencies under Bhergaon sub-division are- Khwirwbari

( 56,792 voters), Bhergaon (57,345 voters), Khaling Duar (63,618 voters),Nonwli Serfanf (51,809 voters) and Mwdwibori ( 69,141 voters).

Similarly five constituencies in Udalguri sub-division are Harisinga (58,950 voters), Dwhwnsri (69,838 voters), Bhairabkunda (64,150 voters) Pasnwi Serfang (64,556 voters) and Rowta ( 57,135 voters) .

According to a report, 28 candidates are contesting from Bhergaon sub-division, while the figure for Udalguri-subdivision stands at 32.

Addressing a press conference here on Saturday, Gharphalia informed that all the necessary arrangments for the forthcoming election are in progress for the smooth conduct of election. �We have indentified sensitive polling stations in which more security personnel would be deployed so that voters can cast their votes without any fear,� he said. The Deputy Commissioner, accompanied by Prabir Chandra Kakoti, Secretary,Social Welfare, Government of Assam, who is also the General Observer for the BTC election in Udalguri district, appealed to the people to cast their votes.

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