Lok Sabha Election 2024: Rajasthan will see around 2.54 crore voters in the first phase of the election, including 13 voters older than 120

Lok Sabha Election 2024: More than 25.4 crore people have registered to vote in the first phase of Rajasthan’s next Lok Sabha elections, which will take place on April 19 for 12 seats. Consolidated voter lists for these constituencies are available from the Election Department. A senior department official claims that 1,14,069 service voters are included in the number of 254,296,10 registered voters on these voter lists.

According to Chief Electoral Officer Praveen Gupta, there are 253,155,41 general voters overall on the released voter lists for the Lok Sabha elections of 2024. Of these, 132,895,38 are male, 120,256,99 are female, and 304 are third-gender voters. In addition, 798,520 new voters between the ages of 18 and 19 will be casting their ballots in the Lok Sabha elections for the first time. Additionally, there are 251,250 voters with disabilities in these locations.

Dausa’s lowest voting turnout
Notably, Rajasthan’s Lok Sabha elections are scheduled for two days, April 19 and 26. On April 19, voting will take place in 12 constituencies (Ganganagar, Bikaner, Churu, Jhunjhunu, Sikar, Jaipur Rural, Jaipur, Alwar, Bharatpur, Karauli-Dholpur, Dausa, and Nagaur) in the first phase of the election.

As to the statement released by Chief Electoral Officer Gupta, out of the 12 Lok Sabha seats in the first phase, Jaipur has the most voters with 22,87,350, while Dausa has the fewest votes with 18,99,304. Furthermore, there are 13 senior voters above the age of 120 and 1,802 voters in the Jhunjhunu Lok Sabha seat, who are the greatest number of voters over the age of 100.

An increase of roughly 22.5 lakh voters
According to Gupta, 2,54,29,610 voters were registered in all of these 12 Lok Sabha seats in 2024, with 2,53,15,541 of them being general voters. By contrast, 2,31,79,625 people cast ballots in the 2019 elections, of whom 2,30,68,868 were general voters. This suggests that there has been an increase in these regions of almost 22.5 lakh voters.

In reference to polling arrangements, Gupta said that there would be 24,370 polling places for the Lok Sabha elections of 2024’s first round of voting, including 23,651 polling places and 719 auxiliary polling places. In a similar vein, there are 28,756 polling places for the second round of voting, made up of 28,105 primary polling places and 651 secondary polling places. As a result, there are 53,126 voting places in the state.

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