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Nagaland Elections: Scrutiny of nominations conducted today

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Kohima, Feb 8: Scrutiny of nominations in Meghalaya and Nagaland for upcoming Assembly elections takes place today
A total of 253 candidates, including five female candidates have filed nomination papers for the 60 assembly constituencies in the state.
Filing of nominations ended yesterday. State Chief electoral officer Abhijit Sinha said Scrutiny of the nominations is underway today in all the twelve Election Districts of the States.
Nominations were received from nine Political Parties and Independent candidates.
Nagaland will go to poll on February 27 along with Meghalaya.
The last date for withdrawal is 12th of February. The highest nominations are made under Mokokchung district with 48 candidates.
In Meghalaya, the scrutiny of nomination papers has begun. Chief Electoral Officer of Meghalaya said a total of 443 nominations have been filed. The state will go to polls on the 27th of this month.
Our correspondent reports that several heavyweight candidates including from Congress, UDP and BJP have their nominations.

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