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EC orders repolling in four booths in Kasaragod, Kannur on May 19
 
Thiruvananthapuram: Election Commission on Thursday ordered repolling at four booths in Kasaragod and Kannur Lok Sabha constituencies on May 19, where bogus voting was confirmed during the April 23 elections. Repolling will be conducted at booth number 19 of Kalliasseri Pilathara AUP school, booth number 69 of Puthiyangadi Jama-ath high school north block, booth number 70 of Puthiyangadi Jama-ath high school south block in Kasaragod Lok Sabha constituency and booth number 166 of Mappilai AUP school in Pamburuthi in Kannur Lok Sabha constituency.

It will be held from 0700 hrs to 1800 hrs. The EC has nullified the polling held at these four booths on April 23 after confirming bogus voting. The decision was taken after the reports submitted by the returning officers of the concerned booths and the Chief Electoral Officer of Kerala. The CCTV visuals of the polling and the evidences submitted by the general observers were also inspected before taking the decision.


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