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Auxiliary Polling Stations in Bada-Bhangal and Dhillon

A spokesperson of the Election Department said here today that the Election Commission of India (ECI) has accorded approval to State Election Department for setting-up auxiliary polling stations at 99-Bada-Bhangal of 20-Baijnath (SC) assembly constituency of Kangra district, in which a total of 469 voters are registered while in 27-Dhillon of 54-Kasauli AC of District Solan, there are 805 voters registered.

The spokesperson said that the polling station of 99-Bada-Bhangal of Kangra district is in Government Primary School, Bada-Bhangal, at Beer, where now 310 voters will exercise their franchise and in view of the difficult geographical conditions of the area, an auxiliary polling station will also be setup at, Government High School, Bada-Bhangal 99A-Bada-Bhangal, where the remaining 159 voters will cast their votes.

He said that apart from this, polling station 27-Dhillon of AC 54-Kasauli (SC), whose polling station is established in Government Primary School, Dhillon, where now 800 voters will exercise their franchise while for the convenience of leprosy patients an auxiliary polling station has been set-up at 27A-Dhillon, Zonal Leprosy Hospital, Lohanji where five voters will cast their votes.

The spokesperson said that now the number of polling stations in the state has increased to 7992.

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