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1 polling station manned by PwDs, 6 by young employees in Kohima

Nagaland News

Dimapur, April 19: The electoral landscape in Kohima town remained peaceful as residents exercised their democratic rights today. With a total of 122,008 voters in the electoral roll spread across 186 polling stations in Kohima district, the electoral process unfolded smoothly.
In an act of inclusivity, Polling Station no. 2, KMC Building in 9-Kohima Town Assembly Constituency, situated at D Block middle, was manned by People with Disabilities (PWDs).
There were six Model Polling Stations in the district. All the 28 polling stations under 10 Northern Angami-1 A/C were managed by all Women Polling Officials.
Also, six Polling stations were manned by young employees below 30 years including five male polling teams and one female team. The young female team took care of PS 17, Indoor TT Stadium under 8-Western Angami AC where Governor La Ganesan and DC and DEO Kohima, Kumar Ramnikant IAS also cast their votes.
(Page News Service)

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