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Mizoram Assembly Election: Bru refugees living in Tripura become Arguable issue

The place of choice for 11,232 Bru voters has become the foremost arguable issue within the run up to the Mizoram Assembly polls, resulting in replacement of the Chief Electoral Officer SB Shashank in but fortnight before the elections to the 40-member House.
The committee of India has set to carry polling for Bru refugees residing in Tripura at the inter-state border village of Kanhmun in Mamit district of Mizoram.
Shashank had reportedly expedited choice by Bru voters within the relief camps in Tripura.
A written order to the present impact is probably going to be received by the Mizoram chief operating officer Ashish Kundra in an exceedingly day or 2, he said.
Kanhmun is inter-state border village between Mizoram and Tripura.
The six camps of the Bru refugees area unit situated between 2 kilometer and ten kilometer from the inter-state border between Tripura and Mizoram.
The highest range of Brus area unit registered in Mamit district that has Hachhek, Dampa and Mamit constituencies with fourteen percent of the full voters being refugees.
It is followed by Kolasib district with three.5 percent of its total voters being Brus. The district has Tuirial, Kolasib and Serlui Assembly seats. In Lunglei district, but one percent of the full voters’ area unit Bru refugees.
According to the ultimate electoral roll revealed on September twenty seven this year, Mizoram has 7,68,181 voters.

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