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SC Directs Manning of Polling Booths in View of Allegations of Violence on Election Day - (26 Nov 2021)

ELECTION

Supreme Court has directed the Home Secretary of Tripura Government, the State Election Commission and the Director General of Police to ensure that every polling booth is manned by sufficient strength of Central Armed Police Force(CAPF) personnel, in view of the allegations of violence during the polling day for local body elections in Tripura.

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