Guwahati, Mar 1: Under heavy security, the counting of votes in the recently held assembly polls in Tripura, Meghalaya and Nagaland will be held on Thursday.
Meanwhile, three-tier security has been deployed involving the Central Armed Police Force(CAPF).
The assembly polls of the three states passed off peacefully.
The poll officials said that prohibitory orders under 144 Cr Pc have been promulgated in and around all the locations of the counting centers as a precautionary measure.
The people are waiting anxiously for the result of the three northeast states which will be declared on March 2.
Assembly elections were held on February 16 in Tripura, where 89.95 per cent of the 28.14 lakh voters exercised their franchise.
On February 27, 85.90 per cent of Nagaland’s 13.16 lakh voters and 85.17 per cent of Meghalaya’s 21.75 lakh electors cast their ballots.
According to officials, thousands of polling staff, security personnel, and other workers engaged in election related duties, and 80 plus senior citizens and physically challenged voters cast their votes through the postal ballots.
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