International and state borders to be sealed for Tripura polls 2023

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International and state borders to be sealed for Tripura polls 2023

Agartala: In a bid to guarantee free and fair assembly elections in Tripura, the global boundary with Bangladesh and between state lines will be sealed from Monday, a senior survey official said.

Races for the 60-part member assembly of the northeastern state will be hung on February 16.
“The global line with Bangladesh and the between state borders with Assam and Mizoram will be fixed from Monday adhering to the guidelines of the Political race Commission,” Chief Election Officer Tripura GItte Kirankumar Dinkarrao told columnists on Sunday.
He said the BSF, which is “firmly observing the India-Bangladesh line”, has been approached to seal the boundary free of charge and fair races.

Dinkarrao additionally said the commission would begin checking lodgings, inns and wedding lobbies from Monday 72 hours prior to surveying, to guarantee that “pariahs stay in specific regions where they are not electors”.
Expressing that the continuous mission for the impending races will end at 4 pm on Monday, the Chief said that applicants can demand their particular returning officials to increment security plans during casting a ballot on the off chance that they face dangers and badgering. Confronted with dangers.

He said that the most common way of casting a ballot through postal voting form for surveying staff, security faculty and other staff is to end on Monday.
“In excess of 56,000 citizens practiced their entitlement to cast a ballot through postal voting forms. A sum of 65,000 such voting forms were given in each of the 60 assembly electorates.

On the organization of the state equipped police for the surveys, the Chief said they were “playing out their obligations genuinely”.
Uncommonly, previous Chief Minister and CPI(M) pioneer Manik Sarkar had on Saturday communicated worry over the sending of state outfitted police for the impending get together races in the state.

Counting of votes will happen on Walk 2.

 

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