Female voters in Mizoram have again outnumbered male voters by 22,192 in the state.

According to the final electoral roll published on Wednesday, there are altogether 8,16,138 voters, including 4,19,165 females in the state.

There are 4,834 service voters, including 63 females, an official said.

Aizawl district with 12 state assembly constituencies has the highest number of voters at 2,71,422 followed by Lunglei district with 95,497 voters.

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The Lunglei district in the southern part of Mizoram comprises six state assembly constituencies.

The newly constituted Hnahthial district with only one assembly constituency, has the least number of voters at 15,526.

West Mizoram’s Mamit district has 69,357 voters, Kolasib has 60,863, Champhai has 54,227, Serchhip has 51,736, Lawngtlai has 85,151, Siaha has 41,778, Saitual has 53,610 and Khawzawl has 16,971 voters.

There are 40 assembly constituencies in Mizoram and 12,42 polling stations, including two newly created polling stations in Serchhip district.

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