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EC not to extend facility of postal ballot to electors above 65 in Bihar polls and bypolls in near future: Statement.

PTI | New Delhi | Updated: 16-07-2020 19:22 IST | Created: 16-07-2020 19:22 IST
EC not to extend facility of postal ballot to electors above 65 in Bihar polls and bypolls in near future: Statement.

EC not to extend facility of postal ballot to electors above 65 in Bihar polls and bypolls in near future: Statement.


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