Ashok Gehlot Says No Anti-Incumbency Against Him In The State

Today is the polling day in Rajasthan where both rival political parties have been promising their supporters and party workers that their party is making government in the state. Likewise, the incumbent Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Ashok Gehlot said on the day of the election on Saturday, November 25, 2023, i.e. today, that the Congress party is forming government in the state again and there is no anti-incumbency against him. The fresh report coming up from the state claimed that the incumbent CM also has executed his right to vote. In the following sections, we have poured in all the necessary details of the assembly elections that you should know. Scroll down the page.

Ashok Gehlot

The incumbent chief minister of Rajasthan state said on Saturday morning after casting his vote and executing his right to vote, “There seems to be an undercurrent. Looks like the (Congress) government will be repeated,” He told media in Jodhpur from where he contesting in the assembly elections that the Congress party’s campaign was totally focused on development issues while the opposition including CMs of BJP-ruled states, Union Home Minister Amit Sham, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, used provocative language. Shift to the next section and read more details.

Assembly go to polls today with 199 seats of the 200-seat. Traditionally, the booths will open at 7 am and the voting will close at 6 pm. Due to the death of incumbent Congress MLA Gurmeet Singh Koonar, the election for the Karanpur seat in Sriganganagar has been postponed. This year elections are being contested by a total of 1,862 candidates in Rajasthan, of 183 are female and 1,692 are male. This year, 52.5 million voters registered in the state, out of which 17.1 million voters are from the age gap of 18-30, and 2.26 million are new voters from the 18-19 age group.

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District Magistrate Hanumangarh Kuldeep Sharma said that as voting started in 199 seats out of 200 assembly seats in Rajasthan on Saturday, November 25, a mock poll conducted ahead of polling failed at booth no. 63 of the Hanumangarh district due to malfunction was detected in EVM. Meanwhile, the mock poll was conducted after a delay of 20 minutes. He said, “The mock poll was scheduled to be held at 6 am. The Zonal Officer reached the spot and repaired the EVM. The mock poll was conducted after a delay of about 20 minutes. EVM has now been repaired,” Stay tuned to this website for more details and further updates.

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