Election SpecialNewsNorth East of India

Voting begins for Mizoram and Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections

Voting is afoot in Mizoram and Madhya Pradesh as voters began queuing up at 7 am to exercise their franchise in state assembly elections.
In Madhya Pradesh, as several as 1.80 100000 security personnel are deployed to keep up peace and guarantee free and honest balloting.
3,00,782 government staff are deployed on poll duty at 65,367 booths came upon across the state, that features a 230-member Assembly.
A total of 2,907 candidates are within the fray for the 230 Assembly seats.
The BJP is contesting on all the 230 seats, whereas the Congress has fielded 229 candidates.
Meanwhile, all arrangements ar in situ in Mizoram for the polling.
The Congress and also the main opposition, MNF, have fielded forty candidates every, whereas the BJP is contesting in thirty-nine seats.

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