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17% Voter Turnout Recorded In Nagaland Till 9 am, says EC

The state sees 59 assembly constituencies going on polls today

Photo Credit : ANI


Polling parties in Nagaland on Sunday

A voter turnout of 17.17 per cent was recorded in Nagaland till 9 am as the polling began amid tight security today, informed Election Commission of India.

According to the data given by the Election Commission of India, Chumoukedima was at 17.59 per cent, Dimapur was at 14.45 per cent, Kiphire was at 24.74 per cent, Kohima was at 20.12 per cent, Longleng was at 11.93 per cent, Mokokchung was at 17.18 per cent, Mon at 21.27 per cent, Noklak at 18.98 per cent, Peren at 15.91 per cent, Phek at 20.37 per cent, Pughoboto at 25.06 per cent, Shamator at 16.00 per cent, Tseminyu at 19.72 per cent, Tuensang 15.30 per cent, Wokha at 11.61 per cent, Zunheboto at 9.91 per cent.

The polling began in 59 Assembly constituencies at 7 am this morning amid tight security. The polling will continue till 4 pm.

The voting is underway in 59 out of 60 Assembly constituencies. In Monday's polls, the BJP is contesting in alliance with the Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP), its old alliance partner in the 2018 Assembly polls as well. (ANI)