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Rajasthan Assembly Elections Witness Varied Voter Turnout Across Districts

Assembly Elections 2023

As polling for the Rajasthan Assembly elections concluded, the voter turnout varied significantly across districts. Jaisalmer district recorded the highest voter turnout at 76.57%, followed by Dholpur (74.11%), Jhalwar (73.37%), Pratapgarh (73.36%), and Baran (73.12%). Conversely, the lowest polling rates were observed in Pali (60.71%), Sirohi (63.62%), Jalore (64.10%), Jodhpur (64.32%), and Udaipur (64.98%).

Varied Turnout Highlights Regional Dynamics

Tijara in Alwar witnessed the highest turnout at around 80.85%, while Sumerpur in Pali district had the lowest with 57.81%. The final turnout report is pending as polling concluded at 6 pm. The election in one constituency, Karanpur in Sriganganagar, was adjourned following the death of Congress candidate Gurmeet Singh Koonar.

Comparisons with Previous Elections and Peaceful Conduct

The state’s voter turnout in the 2018 assembly elections was 74.72%. With 51,756 polling stations and over 52 million voters, the Election Commission introduced home voting for 61,021 elderly and specially-abled individuals. Overall, the polling process was mostly peaceful, with only a few incidents reported in Bikaner, Sikar, and Dholpur, leading to the detention of approximately 40 individuals for disrupting peace during polling.

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