He said that a total of 78.45 per cent votes have been polled in the assembly constituency.
Polling has been peaceful and incident free, Roy said.
CPI-M opted out of the race for the seat on March 9 alleging large-scale post poll violence in the constituency.
It was the death of the CPI-M candidate Ramendra Narayan Debbarma that had led to the countermanding of the poll at Charilam.
The BJP-IPFT combine has overthrown the 25-year-long CPI(M)-led Left Front government in the rule.
They combine swept to power in the state winning 43 out of the 59 seats for which elections were held on February 18. The BJP had won 35 and IPFT eight seats. The CPI(M) got 16 seats.
Counting for the Charilam seat will be held on March 15, EC sources said.
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