Karbi Anglong gears up for Assembly polls
After the notification of the Assembly polls by the Election Commission, the Karbi Anglong district administration has geared up its machinery to ensure free and fair elections, slated on April 4 in the district. The Deputy Commissioner and Returning Officer, Mukul Gogoi held a press conference in this respect.
Briefing reporters, Gogoi said all steps would be taken to conduct free and fair polls. The Returning Officer of the Howraghat and Diphu Legislative Assembly Constituencies added that the process of submission of nomination papers would start from March 11. He further said that altogether 105 polling stations under the Diphu Legislative Assembly Constituency have been identified as sensitive and hypersensitive. Out of them, 35 polling stations have been identified as hypersensitive and four have been identified as critical stations.
On the other hand, 104 polling stations have been identified as hypersensitive and sensitive in Howraghat Legislative Assembly Constituency. Out of them, 10 stations have been identified as hypersensitive. On the other hand, seen polling stations have been identified as critical in the constituency.