75 per cent voting in Karbi poll
Diphu: An estimated 75 per cent of the
voters casted votes on Wednesday for Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council
(KAAC) poll which was by and large peaceful.
According to official sources nearly 75 per cent
polling was reported in the hill district of Assam which was
by and large peaceful barring minor incidents of clash between
rival political party supporters.
Altogether 128 candidates are in the fray for 26 seats
in the council with the counting of votes scheduled on January
Congress is in power in the council.
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