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Rajasthan: Voting has been done on all 25 seats, know what percentage of votes were cast on which seat as compared to the year 2019

Web Desk. Voting has taken place for all of the 25 Lok Sabha seats of Rajasthan. After voting on 12 seats within the first section on April 19, voting passed off on the remaining 13 seats on Friday. Below the second section on Friday, a complete of 64.6 p.c provisional voting passed off for Tonk-Sawai Madhopur, Ajmer, Pali, Jodhpur, Barmer, Jalore, Udaipur, Basanwada, Chittorgarh, Rajsamand, Bhilwara, Kota and Jhalawar-Baran Lok Sabha seats of Rajasthan. Is. Nevertheless, like the primary section, the voting proportion within the second section too has been low.

Within the yr 2019, 68.42 p.c voting passed off in these areas. Chief Electoral Officer Praveen Gupta mentioned a complete of 58.28 p.c voting passed off on 12 seats within the first section in Rajasthan. In the present day we’re going to inform you what proportion of voting passed off in all 25 seats of Rajasthan in comparison with the final election.

The voting proportion for the yr 2024 and (yr 2019) on all 25 seats of Rajasthan is as follows:

Ganganagar: 67.21 (74.77%)

Bikaner: 54.57 (59.43%)

Churu: 64.22 (65.90%)

Jhunjhunu: 53.63 (62.11%)

Sikar: 58.43 (65.18%)

Jaipur Rural: 57.65 (65.54%)

Jaipur : 63.99 (68.48%)

Alwar: 60.61 (67.17%)

Bharatpur: 53.43 (59.11%)

Karauli-Dholpur: 50.02 (55.18%)

Dausa: 56.39 (61.50%)

Nagaur: 57.60 (62.32%)

Ajmer: 59.22 (67.32 )

Pali: 56.8 (62.98 )

Jodhpur: 63.3 (68.89)

Barmer: 73.68 (73.3 )

Jalore: 62.28 (65.74)

Udaipur: 64.01 (70.32 )

Banswara: 72.24 (72.9 )

Chittorgarh: 67.83 (72.39 )

Rajsamand: 58.01 (64.87 )

Bhilwara: 60.1 (65.64)

Quota: 70.82 (70.22 )

Jhalawar-Baran: 68.72 (71.96)

Tonk-Sawai Madhopur: 56.55 (63.44)

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