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Baksa district administration gears up for BTC polls

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  25 March 2015 12:00 AM GMT

From our Correspondent

LBARI, March 24: As many as 62,87,783 voters will cast their votes in 810 polling stations of 11 BTC constituencies in Baksa district.

The total number of male and female voters in 20 no Mathanguri constituency is 27,786 and 24,856 respectively; 31,827 male voters and 29,378 female voters in 21 no Salbari constituency to cast votes in 77 polling stations; 31,300 male voters and 30,512 female voters to cast votes in 91 polling stations in 22 no Koklabari constituency, 28,474 male voters and 27,130 female voters to cast votes in 76 polling stations in 23 no Dihira constituency; 33, 221 male voters and 30,788 female voters to cast votes in 86 in polling stations in 24 no Mushalpur constituency; 35,052 male voters and 32,366 female voters to cast votes in 89 polling station in 25 no Baganpara constituency; 26,928 male voters and 24,683 female voters to cast votes in 63 polling stations in 26 no Darangajuli (ST) constituency; 2,20,558 male voters and 18,856 female voters to cast votes in 53 polling stations in 27 no grijuli constituency; 30,758 male voters and 27,303 female voters in 28 no Goibari constituency to cast votes in 71 polling stations; 24,971 male voters and 22,706 female voters to cast votes in 58 polling stations in 29 no Suklai Serfang constituency while 34,200 male voters and 32,625 female voters to cast votes in 80 no polling stations in 30 no Goreswar constituency (ST).

The Returning officer of Baksa district, Binod Seshan has made all arrangements to conduct the BTC election in the district smoothly. The district has been divided 27 zones and 86 sectors for smooth conduct of the polls and 157 polling stations have been identified as very sensitive. The district has also been divided into nine security zones.

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