The polling is currently underway for the Rajasthan Assembly elections, with nearly 10 per cent voter turnout recorded till 9 am.
In Rajasthan, BJP and Congress are in the fray for the 200 Assembly seats in the state.
However, polling is going on in 199 seats as Congress candidate from Ganganagar’s Karanpur seat Gurmeet Singh Konoor passed away.
The voting, which will proceed till 6 pm, had recorded a voter turnout of 9.77 per cent by 9 am, as per the Election Commission of India.
The election results will be declared on 3 December.
The BJP is fighting on all the seats, whereas the Congress has reserved one seat - Bharatpur - for its partner Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD), mirroring the strategy from the 2018 elections.
As per the Election Commission officials, there are 5,26,90,146 voters in 199 constituencies. The voting will be carried out through as many as 2.74 lakh workers, 6,247 sector officials as well as over 1.02 lakh security personnel.
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