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Nim Dorij | Trongsa

The returning office of Nubi-Tangsibji and Dragteng-Langthel deployed 108 polling and 54 security officials for the upcoming local government election scheduled for December 22.

There are 27 polling stations for the five gewogs.

Except for the gup election in Korphu, which will be conducted on January 06, the election for the post of gup, mangmis, and tshogpas in all five gewogs will be held on December 22.

Opening of envelope A of the postal ballot began yesterday





The opening of envelope A of the postal ballot and paper facilitation postal booth started yesterday.

Trongsa has 10,888 registered voters for the LG election.

Five candidates will compete for the post of Nubi Gup, four candidates for mangmi, and 15 candidates for the post of tshogpa.

In Tangsibji, there are two candidates for gup, one for mangmi, and nine for the post of tshogpa.

There are three candidates for mangmi in Korphu and 13 candidates for the post of tshogpa.



In Langthel, there are four candidates for gup, three for mangmi, and eight for tshogpas.

There is no tshogpa candidate from Langthel chiwog.

In Dragteng, there are three candidates for gup, four for mangmi, and eight candidates for the post of tshogpas.

Meanwhile, in Bumthang, 122 polling and 42 polling officials have been deployed in 21 polling stations.

There are 10,628 registered voters in Bumthang.

For the four gewogs in Bumthang, 10 candidates will compete for the post of gup, 11 for the post of mangmi, 36 for the post of tshogpas, and three for the post of thromde ngotshab.

Nine women are contesting for tshogpa posts.

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