Elections 2019: In Uttarakhand, Polling parties have flagged off, taking voting material in the first phase

In Uttarakhand, polling parties have taken away the election material for voting in the first phase. On April 11, 78,56,268 voters of Uttarakhand will vote on 8,367 polling stations in 11,229 polling stations. Polling starts from seven o’clock in the morning. The Commission has identified 704 voting sites highly sensitive and 1200 voted places sensitive.

Polling parties left for polling stations in Chakrata, Yamakeshwar, Kotdwar, Pauri, Chamoli, Rudraprayag, Kedarnath today in Dehradun to vote for Lok Sabha elections. 31 polling parties today left for Lok Sabha elections in Champawat district of Kumaon. The remaining 190 polling parties will be leaving tomorrow. Polling parties left from Haldwani’s MB Inter College

On Monday, 63 polling parties of Chakrata assembly constituency have been dispatched to polling stations with election material. A total of 228 talukas will also be sent along with polling parties. 57 polling booths in Chakrata Assembly constituency are in very remote areas. There are 39 polling booths where the polling parties will have to walk 5-15 km to reach. Since so far the polling parties will have to face difficulties in carrying out all the election material, hence the duty of the ‘coolies’ has also been imposed. These ‘coolies’ will be given wages of 300 rupees per day. Apart from this, mule, etc. will also be used to reach the most intense areas. read more posts…

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