Repolling will be held in four polling stations in as many assembly constituencies in Nagaland on March 1, the Election Commission said on Tuesday.
The EC took the decision based on reports submitted by General Observers and after taking all "material circumstances into account".
The repolling will be held between 7 am and 4 pm, the EC order said.
"Ensure that wide publicity is given by beating of drums or any other convenient mode in the aforementioned polling stations' areas. Inform the political parties and contesting candidates in writing about the fresh poll being taken on the said date...," the order to the state chief electoral officer said.
Nagaland went to polls on Monday.
The counting of votes in the state along with Meghalaya and Tripura will be taken up on Thursday.
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