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20 counting centres to be set up across State

ITANAGAR, MAY 15:

The State will have around twenty vote counting centres for the recently held simultaneous elections. The counting centre of Papum Pare will be one of the model counting centres in the state.

Expected to be the best counting halls in the state, the Golden Jubilee Banquet hall at Niti Vihar will get several facilities in terms of safety and security and other amenities for the counting staffs, officers and officials and others. The arrangement for seating and other facilities is being arranged, said Capital Deputy Commissioner Himanshu Gupta.

A Nirvachan Bhawan source informed that the Election Commission of India(ECI) vide letter No-470/ARUN/2019 dated April 4 has accorded approval for setting up of counting centre in the following location as per the proposal of the concerned District Election Officer (DEO) of the state.

Sources informed that the approved counting centres of State are Monyul officers club, Tawang for Tawang district where counting of votes for parliamentary constituency (PC) and three assembly constituency (AC) will be held.

For West Kameng district the counting centre will be at Multi sports Indoor complex, Bomdila wherein counting of votes for PC and four assembly constituency. For East Kameng district the counting will takes place at Government Higher Secondary School Auditorium, Seppa for PC and five assembly constituencies. The counting centre for the Papum Pare district for PC and three assembly constituencies will takes place at the Golden Jubilee Banquet hall at Niti Vihar in Itanagar. In Lower Subansiri district the counting will take place at Abotani Hall, Club Road, Hapoli for PC and one assembly constituency. In Kurung Kumey district the counting for PC and four assembly constituency including two (Koloriang and Nyapin) of Kurung Kumey and two (Palin and Tali) of Kra Daadi district will take place at DC Office, Koloriang.

Counting will take place at Singik Hall of Daporijo for PC and five assembly constituency of which four are of Upper Subansiri district and one (Raga assembly constituency) of Kamle district. In Aalo the counting will takes place at Aalo Town club for PC and five assembly constituency, the five assembly constituencies which include three of West Siang, Basar of Leparada district and Likabali of Lower Siang district respectively. For Siang district counting will take place at Paman Club, Boleng while counting for PC and one AC of Mechuka in Si Yomi district will be held at Government Primary School, Mechuka. The counting for PC and two AC of Upper Siang district will be held at Multipurpose community Hall, Yingkiong.

At Pasighat, the counting of votes for PC and AC will be held at conference hall of DC East Siang, Pasighat, the counting of votes for four assembly constituencies which include three of East Siang and one of Nari-Koyu of Lower Siang district will be held at Pasighat.

The votes counting for PC and AC of Dibang Valley district will be held at Officers Club, Anini while counting of votes of PC and two AC of Lower Dibang Valley district will takes place at VKV Auditorium, Roing.

The counting of votes for PC and lone Tezu AC of Lohit district will be held at Amik Ringya Hall, Tezu and for PC and lone Hayuliang AC of Anjaw district will take place at Multipurpose community Hall, near Tamla Du Mandap at Hawai and the counting of votes of PC and three AC will take place at Town Club, Namsai for Namsai, Lohit and Anjaw district respectively.

The counting of votes for three district of Tirap, Changlang and Longding will take place at Bio Peep ME School Khonsa town, DIET Auditorium at Changlang Township and Government Higher Secondary School Longding Town respectively.

The counting will be held on May 23 and all district election officers are preparing and making necessary arrangement for the same.

 

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