The election Watchdog Paffrel states postal voting in the Uva Province is taking place peacefully.
The Organization stated 75 election monitors have been deployed in several selected polling stations.
The postal voting will be held tomorrow as well.
At the same time, the Election Secretariat stated the government servants who fail to vote today and tomorrow can vote on the 11th of this month at district election offices.
10 thousand 671 government servants from the Moneragala district and 19 thousand 985 from the Badulla district have been qualified for postal voting.
Meanwhile election secretariat has banned video filming, photographing or using mobile phones inside polling stations.
It also stated that government workers who represent any political party or independent group cannot engage in election monitoring duties at the government offices in which they serve.Related story published below :http://www.hirunews.lk/91164/uva-postal-voting-begins-today-police-emergency-road-blocks-as-well