The Election Commission of India on Wednesday modified the ballot date in Rajasthan to 25 November. Earlier, the meeting polls within the state had been set to occur on 23 November.
The election physique stated that the choice to push the dates of the ballot was based mostly on requests made by a number of political events and social organisations who stated that numerous weddings and different social occasions would take place on 23 November.
“The issue was raised in various social media platforms for change of date of poll considering large scale wedding/social engagement on that day that may cause inconvenience to large number of people,” the EC stated.
Meanwhile, the date of election outcomes will stay unchanged, ie, 3 December.
Madhya Pradesh will head to polls on 17 November, Mizoram on 7 November, Telangana 30 November, and two-phase polls will likely be held in Chhattisgarh on 7 and 17 November, Election Commission of India (ECI) introduced on Monday.
Addressing a press convention on Monday, Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar stated,” Total voters in Mizoram are 8.52 lakh, 2.03 crore in Chhattisgarh, 5.6 crore in Madhya Pradesh, 5.25 crore in Rajasthan and three.17 crore in Telangana.”
Polling will likely be held on 679 seats throughout the 5 states. Polls can have 8.2 crore male and seven.Eight crore feminine voters and round 60 lakh first-time voters (18-19 Yrs).
“15.39 lakh young voters are eligible to participate in elections due to amendment on qualifying dates. To inspire young voters, over 2,900 polling stations will be managed by youth,” stated Kumar.