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Polling Booth in Tobu Assembly Constituency



List of Polling Booth in Tobu

Below is a list of all the Polling booths falling under the Tobu Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Constituency. Given along is the detailed address for each polling booth.

Sl No.Locality of Polling StationBuilding in which locatedPolling areasWhether for all voters or men only or women only
1Changlangshu Village 'A'Shajong Morung bldg. Changlangshu 'A'Changlangshu Village 'A'All Voters
2Changlangshu Village 'A'Shayu Morung bldg. Changlangshu 'A'Changlangshu Village 'A'All Voters
3Changlangshu Village 'A'Khinya Morung bldg. Changlangshu 'A'Changlangshu Village 'A'All Voters
4Changlangshu Village 'B'GPS bldg. Changlangshu 'B'Changlangshu Village 'B'All Voters
5Monyakshu 'A'Changa Morung bldg. Monyakshu 'A'Monyakshu 'A'All Voters
6Monyakshu 'B'Hapak Morung bldg. Monyakshu 'B'Monyakshu 'B'All Voters
7Monyakshu 'C'Sayu Morung bldg. Monyakshu 'C'Monyakshu 'C'All Voters
8Pessao 'A'Shajong Morung bldg. Pessao 'A'Pessao 'A'All Voters
9Pessao 'B'Changkhao Morung bldg. Pessao 'B'Pessao 'B'All Voters
10Yongkhao VillageYingchong Morung bldg. Yongkhao VillageYongkhao VillageAll Voters
11Yongkhao VillageShayang Morung bldg. Yongkhao VillageYongkhao VillageAll Voters
12Shingnyu VillageMorung bldg. Shingnyu VillageShingnyu VillageAll Voters
13Tamkong VillageMorung bldg. Tamkong VillageTamkong VillageAll Voters
14Tamkong VillageChangsong Morung bldg. Tamkong VillageTamkong VillageAll Voters
15Wangshu VillageCouncil HallWangshu VillageAll Voters
16Wangshu VillageCouncil Guest HouseWangshu VillageAll Voters
17Tobu Hq.GPS 'A'Tobu HqAll Voters
18Tobu Hq.GPS 'B'Tobu Hq.All Voters
19Tobu VillageChangkhu Khel GPS Bldg. Tobu VillageTobu VillageAll Voters
20Tobu VillageGPS,Sector 'C'.Tobu VillageAll Voters
21Monyakshu TownBaptist English School bldg. Monyakshu TownMonyakshu TownAll Voters
22Changlangshu Changsha VillagePanchayat Hall,Changlangshu Changsha Changlangshu Changsha VillageAll Voters
23Changlu VillageGPS bldg. Changlu VillageChanglu VillageAll Voters
24Monyakshu 'A'Changpheang MorungMonyakshu 'A'All Voters
25Monyakshu 'C'Yiangphea MorungMonyakshu 'C'All Voters
26Pessao 'A'Bohshao Morung Pessao 'A'Pessao 'A'All Voters
27Eyeang VillageEyeang MorungEyeang VillageAll Voters
28Wangshu Changlu VillagePhoakphanWangshu Changlu VillageAll Voters
29Mienchangle VillageGPSMienchangle VillageAll Voters
30Bumei VillageGHSBumei VillageAll Voters




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