In an otherwise peaceful polling, at least one civilian sustained injuries when a hand-made crude bomb was thrown by miscreants at a polling booth in Nagaland’s Tizit Town.
There were reports of minor clashes between BJP and NPF workers in Nagaland’s Akuluto town.
Sources said that
voting started at the scheduled time of around 7 in the morning and is set to continue till 4 in the evening
It was informed that at least some of the polling stations in some of the interior districts of Nagaland will vote till 3 pm.
The other north eastern state Meghalaya too is voting for a new Assembly.
The two states recorded robust voting in the first two hours of polling.
Nagaland recorded 17 per cent voting until 9am while Meghalaya recorded 22 per cent.
Results of the Nagaland and Meghalaya elections will be declared on March 3.
The election results of the Tripura election will also be announced on the same day.