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New Delhi: The second phase of elections in the country will begin on 9th April in Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalya, Mizoram and Nagaland. A total of 37candidates will be contesting for the 5 Lok Sabha constituencies.
detailed report released by National Election Watch (NEW) and Association of Democratic Reforms (ADR) details the educational, financial and criminal background of all the 37 candidates based on their self-sworn affidavits.
Criminal Cases
Out of the total of 37 candidates contesting from the 5 Lok Sabha constituencies one has declared a criminal case against him. One Sebu Kechu, who is contesting as an independent from Arunachal Pradesh constituency, has declared a criminal case against himself for damaging Rs. 50 note.
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