Polling teams dispatched

ZIRO, Apr 9: The first batch of polling teams for the Nama and Harak polling stations in Yachuli constituency in Lower Subansiri district left for their destinations on Tuesday morning.
Although the two polling stations fall within a range of 45 kms from here, the condition of the roads there is treacherous. The trip to Harak also includes half an hour of foot march.
The remaining 42 polling teams for Yachuli and 29 polling teams for Ziro-Hapoli will be dispatched on Wednesday.
In West Kameng district, 39 polling teams were issued polling materials on Monday, taking into consideration the remoteness of the polling stations and the inclement weather.
Polling materials were issued for the remaining 118 polling stations on Tuesday, and the polling teams will be leaving on Wednesday.
Twenty-three polling stations in the district are remotely located, and 16 polling stations have to be reached on foot.
However, the continuous downpour for the last few days has been playing spoilsport for the polling teams.
In Papum Pare district, the first batch of polling parties along with polling materials left for Doimukh and Sagalee assembly constituencies on Tuesday.
The polling parties include one team for Doimukh and eight teams for Sagalee. (DIPROs)

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