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May 28, 2018
8:54AM

Polling begins for byelections to four Lok Sabha & 10 Assembly constituencies

Polling has begun for byelections to four Lok Sabha seats and 10 Assembly constituencies spread over 10 states. Voting began at 7 this morning amidst tight security. 

 

Lok Sabha seats where bypolls being held are Kairana in Uttar Pradesh, Palghar and Bhandara-Gondiya in Maharashtra and the sole parliamentary constituency in Nagaland. 


AIR Lucknow correspondent reports that there are 12 candidates in the Kairana Parliamentary constituency. AIR Mumbai correspondent reports that voting for the  Palghar Lok Sabha seat is underway peacefully.

 

Assembly constituencies where bypolls being held are Noorpur in Uttar Pradesh, Shahkot in Punjab, Jokihat in Bihar, Gomia and Silli in Jharkhand, Chengannur in Kerala, Palus Kadegaon in Maharashtra, Ampati in Meghalaya, Tharali in Uttarakhand and Maheshtala in West Bengal. Counting of votes will be taken up on Thursday.

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