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By-election conducted peacefully in Nagaland

By EMN Updated: May 29, 2018 12:29 am
A 90-year old woman from Khensa village in Mokokchung district walks home after voting in the by-elections to the Lok Sabha.

Dimapur, May 28 (EMN): The by-election to the Lok Sabha seat for the Parliamentary Constituency of Nagaland was reported to have conducted smoothly across the state as per scheduled by the Election Commission of India on Monday, May 28. By and large the elections were held peacefully without any untoward incidents.
According to DPRO report, in Tseminyu sub-division the by-election was conducted peacefully in all the 44 polling stations. In Wokha the same was carried out peacefully at 207 polling station and 199 polling stations in Zunheboto. No untoward incidents were reported in other districts as well.
In Kiphire, besides some technical problem at Shishimi in Kyehe village and New Longmatra, where EVM and VVPAT were compelled to replace, the poll was sucessfully conducted.

By EMN Updated: May 29, 2018 12:29:07 am