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Preparations in full swing for Counting of votes tomorrow for 5 state Assembly Elections

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, March 10: Elaborate arrangements are being made for the counting of votes tomorrow for Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Goa and Manipur Assembly Elections. Counting will start at 8 in the morning and first of all postal ballots will be counted. Trends are likely to be available from noon. The Election Commission has issued guidelines on security arrangements for counting of votes.
In Uttar Pradesh, a total of 78 counting centres have been set up in all 75 districts. In three districts of Amethi, Azamgarh and Kushinagar each two counting centres have been set up and in remaining all 72 districts one centre each have been set up. Punjab, Chief Electoral officer V.K .Singh has said that 14000 officials have been deployed for smooth conduct of counting. Counting will be done at 54 counting centres at 27 locations.
Counting for Amritsar Lok Sabha seat will also be conducted tomorrow for which polling was also conducted on 4th February. Tight security arrangements have been made around and inside the counting centres. In Uttrakhand, the state election department has geared up its machinery for the counting of assembly polls held in the state on 15th February. Counting agents of different political parties and candidates would be present in the counting halls. A report:

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