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    Assam: Polls for Tiwa Autonomous Council to be held on Dec 17

    To conduct the poll amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the State Election Commission will strictly follow the guidelines of the ECI.

    Guwahati: The State Election Commission has stated that the election to the 36-member Tiwa Autonomous Council in Assam will be held on December 17. The counting is to be held on December 19.

    The polling timing will start from 7.30 am and end at 4.30 pm across the Council 36 constituencies spread over Nagaon, Morigaon, Hojai and Kamrup Metropolitan districts, State Election Commissioner, Alok Kumar said.

    The last date of filing nomination papers is November 25 and the scrutiny of the documents will be held on November 26.

    The withdrawal of candidature will be allowed till November 28 and the votes will be counted n December 19.

    If necessary, the re-poll will be held on December 18.

    To conduct the poll amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the State Election Commission will strictly follow the guidelines of the Election Commission of India.

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