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During his two-day visit to the State to review poll preparedness, the Chief Election Commissioner, J.M. Lyngdoh, had asked for a fresh report since ``the Commission was not satisfied with its previous report''.
Mr. Lyngdoh had said there were lots of complaints that in certain districts the administration was ``biased and partisan'' and there was an impression that the administration was ``not neutral''.
Asked about the EC's suggestion to airlift poll parties to the polling booths located in remote areas where naxalites were active, Dr. Chakravorty said a decision on this would be taken after reviewing the ``realities at the ground level''. UNI
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