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Bye-polls in lone Mizoram Assembly seat held

Voting for the bye-poll to the Tuirial Assembly constituency in Kolasib district bordering Assam was held on Saturday amid heavy security and following requisite Covid-19 protocols, officials said.

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Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  31 Oct 2021 4:48 AM GMT

AIZAWL: Voting for the bye-poll to the Tuirial Assembly constituency in Kolasib district bordering Assam was held on Saturday amid heavy security and following requisite Covid-19 protocols, officials said.

Mizoram's Joint Chief Electoral Officer, David L. Pachuau said 18,582 voters, including 9,095 women were eligible to exercise their vote to decide the electorate fortunes of four candidates.

The ruling Mizo National Front has fielded K. Laldawngliana while Laltlanmawia of the Zoram People's Movement (ZPM), Chalrosanga Ralte of the Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party's K. Laldinthara are also in the electoral fray.

The bye-election was necessitated following the death of sitting Legislator, Andrew H. Thangliana of the ZPM. The counting of votes in all seats will take place on November 2.

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