As Assam votes for the third and its final phase of the Lok Sabha Elections now, long queues of voters are seen outside various polling stations in the Guwahati Lok Sabha contituency.
People have come out in numbers to exercise their franchise today. They have flocked to their respective booths around 5:30 in the morning.
BJP candidate Queen Oja has already cast her vote around 7:15 am.
In Guwahati, there will be a special provision for two ballot units. Names of 16 candidates along with NOTA has been registered in one unit and the other has one. It may be noted that there will two ballot units along with an EVM in every polling station in Guwahati constituency. There will be 12 ideal voting booths in Guwahati.
BJP’s Queen Ojha is contesting against Bobeeta Sharma of Congress. With 22 lakh voters, this is the largest Lok Sabha constituencies of Assam.
The other three constituencies, namely, Dhubri, Kokrajhar and Barpeta are also witnessing similar scenes as voters stand in queues from early morning.