Names of over 2,000 Bru voters deleted from Mizoram electoral rolls
First Published: 28th December, 2022 16:11 IST
Mizoram election department officials have deleted 2,091 names of Bru voters, who had been enrolled in the Tripura electoral rolls, from the Mizoram voter’s list, state election department officials said.Officials
Mizoram election department officials have deleted 2,091 names of Bru voters, who had been enrolled in the Tripura electoral rolls, from the Mizoram voter’s list, state election department officials said.
Officials said that the state election department had so far received 3,021 Bru voters’ names from the Tripura state election commission with requests for deletion till date.
“Of these, we have deleted 1,905 names while 186 names were also deleted based on scanned forms received from Tripura state election commission,” officials said.
Of 2,595 deletion requests received by Mamit district officials, they managed to delete only 1,480 names of Bru voters, he said, adding that Kolasib district and south Mizoram’s Lunglei district officials have deleted all the names received from Tripura. He said that the enrolment of Bru voters in Tripura electoral rolls slowed down due to the process of revision of electoral rolls.
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