Voting in the crucial Nagaland Assembly elections began on Tuesday at 7 am amid tight security. Despite security being beefed up, one person was injured in a bomb blast at a polling station in Mon District's Tizit in Nagaland.
Nagaland CM TR Zeliang has said that he will move towards a Naga political solution after the state polls are concluded. Nagaland has a 60 member House. However, voting will be held only for 59 constituencies.
Voting for the 60 member Assemblies will commence from 7 am and conclude by 4 pm, except at some polling stations in Nagaland's interior districts where the process is scheduled to be completed at 3 pm.
The results of the polls in Nagaland along with that of Tripura and Meghalaya will be declared on March 3.
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