Silchar: The entire town of Silchar on Monday wore a festive look as aspiring candidates made a beeline for various centres for submitting their nomination papers. Candidates accompanied by their party leaders and supporters arrived at the various centres to submit their nomination papers.
Zila Parishad, Government Boys’ School, Government Girls’ High School, Rural Development office, Deputy Commissioner’s office, Settlement office, Silchar Municipal Board, Tarun Ram Phukan School etc remained crowded with aspiring candidates and their supporters. Many supporters rode on motorcycles raising slogans which reflected their candidate affiliation. Candidates from BJP, Congress and AIUDF along with some independent ones filed their nomination papers.
Dr S Lakshmanan, Deputy Commissioner, Cachar, and Rakesh Roushan, Superintendent of Police, Cachar, were vigilant and alert. Drums and clamp bells were played when BJP MLA Dilip Kumar Paul led a team of his aspiring and enthusiastic candidates eager to file their nominations at Government Girls’ High School. Not only in Silchar, but Cachar district administration had set up a total number of 38 offices in all of its seven assembly constituency segments for enabling the candidates to file their nomination papers without any hassle.
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