All set for Inner Manipur poll

Pothasgang News Service: Imphal, April 17, 2019: Arrangements were all set for the second phase of Lok Sabha election to poll in the Outer Manipur Parliamentary Constituency tomorrow. Eleven candidates are in fray for ‘Inner Manipur’ Lok Sabha seat.

A total of 928626 voters, including 447843 males, 480751 females and 32 in third gender category will cast their ballots in the second phase. 1300 Polling stations are set up for smooth conduct of elections in the state. Number of service voters is 8838.

Special arrangements have been made for 4526 differently-abled persons at polling stations.

Fifty-six polling stations are said to be critical and 54 are vulnerable. Forty-five company of paramilitary forces will be utilised.

There will be webcasting 599 polling stations.

The polling parties left from their respective districts today morning. Almost of them have reached their respective polling stations by afternoon.

Only women officials will be on duty at 78 polling stations. The women officials will be utilised at 38 polling stations in Yaiskul Assembly Constituency and at 40 polling stations in Bishnupur Assembly Constituency.

At Lamlong Higher Secondary School polling station differently-abled persons will be on duty.

Nineteen polling stations of the Outer  Manipur Parliamentary Constituency that were polled on April 11 will be repolled tomorrow.The polling stations which go to re-poll include 11 polling stations in Senapati, four in Ukhrul, three in Churachandpur and one in Chandel. Arrangements were all set for the second phase of Lok Sabha election to poll in the Outer Manipur Parliamentary Constituency tomorrow. Eleven candidates are in fray for ‘Inner Manipur’ Lok Sabha seat.
Interestingly, all the 38 polling booths of Yaiskul Assembly Constituency will be presided by women polling officers. Out of the 1,300 polling stations of the Inner Manipur seat, 76 would be entirely manned by women polling officers.

A total of 9,28,626 voters, including 4,47,843 males, 4,80,751 females and 32 in third gender category will cast their ballots in the second phase. 1,300 Polling stations are set up for smooth conduct of elections in the state. Number of service voters is 8838.

Special arrangements have been made for 4,526 differently-abled persons at all the polling stations as well.
56 polling stations have been identified as hypersensitive and 54 as sensitive out of the 1,300 polling stations and Forty-five company of paramilitary forces will be utilised.

There will be webcasting 599 polling stations.

The polling parties left from their respective districts today morning. Almost of them have reached their respective polling stations by afternoon.
Only women officials will be on duty at 78 polling stations. The women officials will be utilised at 38 polling stations in Yaiskul Assembly Constituency and at 40 polling stations in Bishnupur Assembly Constituency.

At Lamlong Higher Secondary School polling station differently-abled persons will be on duty.

Nineteen polling stations of the Outer Manipur Parliamentary Constituency that were polled on April 11 will be repolled tomorrow.The polling stations which go to re-poll include 11 polling stations in Senapati, four in Ukhrul, three in Churachandpur and one in Chandel.

 



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