The Election Commission has set up a polling booth in a village on the Chinese border for one voter.
In Arunachal Pradesh, Assembly and Lok Sabha elections will take place on April 11.
There are a total of 7.94 lakh voters, including 4 lakh women in the state. 11 polling booths have been set up for women.
Arunachal Pradesh – Only some families live in Malogam village on the Chinese border.
Everyone here has registered their name on different polling booths. But Janil Thayang and Soukela Thayang couple did not change their booths.
During the 2014 elections, only two of them had separate polling booth. Janil has changed the polling booth but Soukela hasn’t changed the booth yet.
Thus, a poll is set up in the village only for her. Since the village does not have roads, the election authorities have to carry the voting materials to the village.
The election official said “The polling booth is set for a woman named Thayang. it will take one day to reach the village.
And we are unsure when she will cast her vote. We do not have the right to force her to come soon. We will wait for hem from morning 7 am to evening 5 pm