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Namrup records 75% voter turnout

Polling concluded peacefully in the  three  panchayats - Kachari Pathar, Namrup and Santipur Panchayat - with 75 percent voter turnout.

Situation became tense when more than 50 voters were deprived from voting in Santipur. 

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