Re-polls at 37 booths in four States heldApril 18th, 2009 - 10:13 pm ICT by ANI
New Delhi, April 18 (ANI): Following the Election Commission’s order for re-polling in 46 polling booths in seven states that underwent Lok Sabha polls on Thursday, the polls were held on 37 polling booths, spread over four states, on Saturday.
The re-polls were held at 29 polling stations in Andhra Pradesh, five in Assam, two in Kerala and one in Uttar Pradesh.
One polling station in Jammu and Kashmir will witness re-polls on April 19.
While five polling stations in Arunachal Pradesh and three in Nagaland will go to polls again on April 20.
As many as 124 constituencies spread across 15 states and two Union Territories underwent polls on Thursday in the first phase of Lok Sabha elections. (ANI)
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