67.97% voting recorded in Assam’s Dhemaji Assembly bypoll

Guwahati: Voting in the Assam gathering by-race in Dhemaji supporters go off calmly on Sunday, with 66.97 for every penny of the aggregate 2,19,751 voters throwing their votes, a decision official said.

The by-race was required as Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) official Pradan Baruah challenged and won the byelection to the Lok Sabha from the Lakhimpur supporters. Sarbananda Sonowal abandoned the seat in the wake of winning from the Majuli get together electorate on turning into the Chief Minister.

Sonowal was confirmed as first BJP Chief Minister of Assam on May 24.

Korati said surveying began at 7 a.m. what’s more, finished at 4.00 p.m. No untoward episode was accounted for, excepting a specialized glitch on one Voter Verifiable Paper Audit Trail (VVPAT), which was quickly supplanted.

She said the VVPAT machines were utilized as a part of surveys without precedent for the state.

Sufficient security strengths were conveyed to guarantee free and reasonable survey, Korati stated, including 20 surveying stations were set apart as “exceptionally delicate” and 141 others as “touchy”.

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