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Lakhipur poll counting going on

Amid tight security, counting of votes begins for Lakhipur constituency in Cachar district Silchar and Jamunamukh on Tuesday.

The poll counting got underway at 8 in the morning after the opening of the strong rooms.

Amid tight security the votes are being counted in the electronic voting machines. The initial trends would be available from 9 while the results are expected by 12 noon. The authorities have already deployed sufficient security forces at counting booths to ensure free and fair counting.  

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