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75% polling reported by 4pm in Nagaland; 67% polling reported at 4 PM from Meghalaya Legislative Assembly Elections 2018

75% polling reported by 4pm in Nagaland; 67% polling reported at 4 PM from Meghalaya Legislative Assembly Elections 2018

India Blooms News Service | 28 Feb 2018, 01:13 am

Shillong, Feb 27 (IBNS): Polling was held on Tuesday for General Elections to Legislative Assembly of Meghalaya & Nagaland.  

Voters in Nagaland and Meghalaya came out in large numbers to exercise their franchise. 75% polling was reported by 4pm in Nagaland and 67% in Meghalaya.

At number of Polling Stations, voters were still in queue, hence percentage is expected to increase after the closure of poll in all the polling stations.

In 59 Assembly Constituencies (ACs) of Meghalaya polling was conducted in all 3025 polling stations.

In one AC 43-Williamnagar (ST), the polling has been adjourned because of death of one NCP candidate on 18thFebruary 2018.

Likewise, In Nagaland, Polling was held at 59 Assembly Constituencies (AC) across 2156 Polling Stations, with candidate at 1 AC getting elected unopposed.

The day largely passed off peacefully with minor sporadic incidents.

Scrutiny of the polling will be taken up on 28th February 2018.

Counting will be taken up on 3rd March 2018.

75% polling reported by 4pm in Nagaland; 67% polling reported at 4 PM from Meghalaya Legislative Assembly Elections 2018

India Blooms News Service
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