Polls in Meghalaya shall be held all over 3,419 polling stations. There are 369 candidates, in conjunction with 36 ladies within the fray. Spherical 21.75 lakh voters, in conjunction with 10.92 lakh ladies, are eligible to voice their franchise. Nagaland Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) V Shashank Shekhar acknowledged that over 11,500 polling workers be pleased reached 2,315 polling stations in 59 assembly constituencies.
Guwahati: Spherical 59 assembly constituencies every in Meghalaya and Nagaland will recede to polls on Monday. Polls for one seat in Meghalaya has been deferred following the death of a candidate while in Nagaland, BJP candidate Kazheto Kinimi became re-elected unopposed from Akuluto constituency after his only opponent and Congress nominee Khekashe Sumi withdrew his candidature. Both Meghalaya and Nagaland be pleased 60 seats every.
Polls in Meghalaya shall be held all over 3,419 polling stations. There are 369 candidates, in conjunction with 36 ladies within the fray. Spherical 21.75 lakh voters, in conjunction with 10.92 lakh ladies, are eligible to voice their franchise.
Spherical 13 political parties, in conjunction with four national parties — BJP, Congress, National Of us’s Birthday celebration (NPP) and Trinamool Congress — are contesting. Polling would now no longer be held in Sohiong constituency in East Khasi Hills district following the death of United Democratic Birthday celebration (UDP) candidate H Donkupar Roy Lyngdoh. A polling reliable became killed and 4 others injured when a automotive carrying the officers overturned and fell real into a deep gorge in West Garo Hills District of Meghalaya.
NAGALAND GEARS UP
Nagaland Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) V Shashank Shekhar acknowledged that over 11,500 polling workers be pleased reached 2,315 polling stations in 59 assembly constituencies. Per the election officers, spherical 13 lakh voters, in conjunction with 6,55,144 ladies, would resolve the electoral fate of 183 candidates, in conjunction with four ladies, in Monday’s elections. Spherical 12 political parties, in conjunction with national and articulate parties, are within the fray.
South Tura: CM Conrad Sangma vs BJP’s Bernard N Marak vs Cong’s Brenzield Ch Marak
Songsak: TMC’s Mukul Sangma (frail Cong heavyweight) vs Cong’s Champion R Sangma vs NPP’s Nihim D Shira vs BJP’s Thomas N Marak
Tikrikilla: TMC ‘s Mukul Sangma (frail Cong CM) vs NPP’s Jimmy D Sangma (won seat on Cong imprint in 2018), Congress’ Dr Kapin Ch Boro, BJP’s Rahinath Barchung Rabha, and UDP’s Julius T Sangma
Sutnga Saipung: Congress’ articulate chief Vincent Pala (Shillong MP) vs UDP’s Shitlang Gentle (who won seat on a Cong imprint in 2018) vs NPP candidate Santa Mary Shylla vs BJP’s Krison Langstang
West Shillong: BJP articulate chief Ernest Mawrie vs NPP’s Mohendro Rapsang vs TMC’s Iwan Maria
Northern Angami II: Neiphiu Rio vs Cong candidate Seyievilie Sachu
Tyui: Dy CM Yanthungo Patton (BJP) vs RJD’s Y Kikon vs JDU’s Senchumo Lotha vs Hayithung Tungoe Lotha (Ind)
Ghaspani I: BJP’s N Jacob Zhimomi vs Cong’s Akavi N Zhimomi Alongtaki: BJP articulate chief Temjen Imna Along vs JDU’s J Lanu Longchar
Dimapur-lll: NDPP’s Hekani Jakhalu vs Cong’s Vetetso Lasuh vs Lok Janshakti Birthday celebration (Ram Vilas)’s Azheto Zhimomi
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