The voting time for Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) decisions, 2020 have been extended out by an hour by the Assam State Election Commission. The BTC decisions are booked on December 7 and December 10. Prior, the surveying time was from 8 AM to 4 PM, in any case, it has now been changed to 7.30 AM to 4.30 PM. This has been chosen by the state election commission to keep up the social distancing standards.
The decisions will be held holding fast to all the security conventions of COVID-19. Alok Kumar, the State Election Commissioner (SEC) said that photograph appointive rolls will be utilized without precedent for the nearby body surveys in Assam, as it will be utilized for better recognizable proof of the citizens.
Kumar said that the commission is attempting to update the BTC decisions as close as conceivable to the Assembly and Lok Sabha races. They have embraced the COVID-19 rules that were given by Election Commission of India to hold the Bihar Assembly decisions.
There will temperature check for each elector, and social separating would be kept up while the citizens make a line to cast a ballot. Any voter, who will have high internal body temperature, will be asked by the specialists to come to cast a ballot in the most recent hours of the political race. Since the way toward checking internal temperature and keeping up social removing would occupy some time, the commission concocted the choice to broaden the democratic time.
Kumar referenced that if any citizen entered the surveying station compound before 4.30 PM, they will be permitted to project their votes even after 4.30 PM. The assigned political race staff are approached to do all the fundamental arrangements a night prior to the races as the democratic will begin promptly in the first part of the day. The tallying of the votes will occur on December 12.
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