With elections in Rajasthan and Telangana on Friday, elections were peaceful in five states. Now all the wait for the exit poll is on December 11, when EVMs will open.
Elections in Rajasthan, Telangana, Friday, were voted peacefully in five states in a peaceful manner. Now all the wait for the exit poll is on the 11th of December (the election of the election), when the EVM will open.
In the Rajasthan assembly elections, even if the voting percentage is less than one per cent from the last time, but the record of voting in some areas of the state. Record of 87.03 percent voting in Pokhran in Jaisalmer district. At least 59.97 per cent voting was registered in Sumerpur of Pali. Better voting was also held in Sriganganagar and Hanumangarh.
According to analysts, in the state's 200 seats, there is a direct fight between the BJP and the Congress in 130 seats, while the rest 69 seats have been tri-or quadrilateral. The BJP had won 163 seats in the 2013 assembly elections, while Congress got reduced to 21. Out of 51 thousand 687 polling stations, 13,382 are in the sensitive category. In the state 1.44 lakh security personnel including CRPF have been deployed on electoral duty.
There were many female women at the polling booths: Women of all employees: The Election Department has made a unique initiative of women polling stations for the first time in Rajasthan. All the employees and security forces were women at these polling stations. In the district of Jaipur, such 50 women centers were built. There are 259 women polling stations in the whole state. Presiding officer of Gandhinagar Chandrika Verde said that it would have been good if there would have been a male associate to bring the EVM and deposit it back.