Due to the rise in the voters’ numbers and following the guidelines COVID-19, the administration has added two polling centres in addition to the allocated 320 centres.
The Election Commission has stated the final list of 320 polling centres for six districts of Nagpur Graduate constituency. Along with 320 two more has been added to the list, so the voting will be held in 322 centres.
The newly added centres are Sakkardara Polling Centre number 80 and Ayodha Nagar polling cenmtre number 104. Earlier the district had 162 polling stations, now it is 164. As per sources, Bhandara district has 31 polling centres, Gondia has 21, Wardha has 35, Chandrapur has 50 and Gadchiroli has 21.
Along with this, the voters of the Graduate elections can know details about their names or polling centres, through a link http://220.127.116.11/GTSearch2020/ on Google.
The google link has been provided to help the graduates to find the details easily and to eradicate confusion.
People can exercise their franchise on December 1 between 8 am to 5 pm. Voters are ordered to follow the COVID-19 rules strictly and mandatorily.