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Estimated 20.9% polling in Nagaland till 10 am

Wednesday, 9 April 2014 - 11:26am IST | Place: Kohima | Agency: PTI

An estimated 20.9% of the electorate cast their votes in the first three hours of polling for the lone Lok Sabha seat in Nagaland on Wednesday.

Around 20.9% of the total 11,77,572 voters have turned up to cast their vote in the first three hours. Voting started at 7 am.

Kiphire district has seen the highest turn out till 10 am with 32.59% while Peren district is lowest at 5%, officials said.

Voting in taking place peacefully in all the districts, except the disputed area belt between Assam and Nagaland at Ladaigarh Polling Station No. 1 located at Government Primary School, Tamlu sub-division Longleng district.

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