Indore (Madhya Pradesh) [India]: Polling parties left for their centres in the nine assembly constituencies of Indore district in Madhya Pradesh on Thursday carrying material ahead of assembly polls on Friday.
The polling material, including Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs), VVPATs and control units were distributed to the teams under the supervision of the District Election Officer and collector Ilayaraja T at Nehru Stadium in the city.
Ilayaraja T told media that there will be 2561 polling stations for nine assembly constituencies in the district.
He said around 20,000 people including security personnel have been deployed for polling work.
Arrangements have also been made at the polling stations for voters including drinking water, wheelchairs and ramps for the specially-abled voters.
Around 100 model polling centres have been made in the district and they have themes around the culture of different regions of the state. The themes also include 3R model (Reuse, Reduce, Recycle) and zero-waste concept. Apart from this, pink polling stations have been made for women in the district, the official said.
Polling will be held on all 230 Assembly constituencies on Friday and counting of votes will take place on December 3.