State Assembly Election: 74.07% Votes Cast in Udaipur District
People of Rajasthan showed significant interest in the 14th Rajasthan State Assembly Election 2013 which concluded today at 199 assembly seats. According to sources, 74.38% polls were recorded today in Rajasthan with Udaipur receiving 72.42% voting.
People of Rajasthan showed significant interest in the 14th Rajasthan State Assembly Election 2013 which concluded today at 199 assembly seats. According to sources, 74.38% polls were recorded today in Rajasthan with Udaipur District receiving 74.07% voting (Udaipur City: 67.65% and Udaipur Rural: 73%).
Voter turnout in Jaisalmer is on top with 85.52% followed by Ganganagar (84.06) and Chittorgarh (80.77). After the sudden death of a BSP contestant from Churu, the election will be conducted on 13th December.
Many eligible youth of the city excitedly cast their votes for the first time, while on the other side, senior citizens some who were aged 100 years or above also came walking to the polling booths.
Kritika Khelra (19) resident of Shastri Nagar excitedly reached to the polling booth and utilized her constitutional rights.
101-Year-old Narayan Lal Verma, resident of Panchwati became source of inspiration to other voters. He retired in 1960 as Deputy Director in Department of Education.
Another voter Deeta Katara (100) from Pai Village also came to vote with the help of his nephew.
Bhanu Kumar Shastri
Dinesh Shrimali at Polling Booth
Senior Congress leader Girija Vyas, Congress candidate Dinesh Shrimali, BJP Leader and one of the election candidates Gulabchand Kataria and other politicians including former MP Bhanukumar Shastri also cast their votes.
Election team returning to Fatah School
Election officials at Meera Girl’s College
The voting process ended at 5pm. Subsequently all Voting Teams were gathered at Fatah School to report and submitted EVMs and all election related documents. The machines will be collected at stored at Meera Girl’s College.
All political leaders and party representatives, senior citizens and activists expressed their gratitude to Udaipur administration for the ideal arrangement and tight security measures.
Note: The voting percentage posted here are not official and we do not take responsibility of its accuracy. We might update the information if we receive official data.