As per the latest update, there are total 2,06,404 voters in the district including 1,02,835 males, 1,03,569 females, 640 service voters, 5 third gender and 170 People with Disabilities (PwD).
There are also 141 ‘D’ voters.
The district has 269 polling stations with 74 sensitive, 70 hyper sensitive, 125 comparatively safe, 14 vulnerable hamlets and 2 polling stations being identified as critical.
The district election officer (DEO) Gautam Talukdar has informed that adequate Central Armed Police Force (CAPF) personnel along with State Armed Police (SAP) and micro observers are being deputed at the critical polling stations which will have continuous videography arrangements as well.
He further informed the entire constituency area is divided into 9 zones and 26 sectors and 2 sub-sectors for election management.
As such, the district has already appointed 1290 polling personnel like presiding officer, first, second and third polling officers.
The DEO also informed that there are various facilities in place for the PwD voters like wheel chairs at polling stations, ramps wherever possible and free transport facilities to help the PwD voters commute.
As per requirement, a total of 305 ballot units, 305 control units and 325 VVPATs will be put to use during the polling day, he added.