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         Posted on :17:27:52 Oct 11, 2017
       Last edited on:17:27:52 Oct 11, 2017
         Tags: 57 pc polling, Vengara
VENGARA: An unofficial report says 57 pc polling was recorded till 4 pm on Wednesday at Vengara where Assembly by-election is taking place.
The polling which started at 7 am will continue till 6 in the evening. The polling that began in a slow-pace became lively by noon. No clashes were reported till 5pm and Left-Right candidates voted in the morning.
1,70,009 voters including 87,750 men and 82,259 women would be exercising their franchise.
There are 148 polling stations across 90 places at Vengara. About 1000 government employees were deputed to ensure that the polling progresses smoothly. 
The Vengara election will be the first election in Kerala using Voter Verifiable Paper Audit Trail (VVPAT). VVPAT screen will display for seven seconds the candidate’s name, election symbol and serial number. There are about ten problem-ridden booths in the constituency. A general supervisor and expense supervisor of Election Commission of India will oversee the polling.  
The vote-counting will take place on Wednesday 15 at Thiroorangadi PSMO College. Six persons including Adv K N A Khadar (UDF), Adv P P Basheer (LDF), K Janachnadran (BJP), Adv K C Nazeer (SDPI), Adv K Hamsa (League Rebel) are contesting the election.
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