In Rajasthan voting has been completed on Sunday. This is very glad to say that this time was recorded voting nearly 75 percent which is highest ever after 2003 average voting of 68.18%. This is looking very great sign for our country’s future that public become responsible and awake for selecting the right leader.

Rajasthan Voting ResultThis time polling is done with honesty and peacefully at every place except one or two place.” This time our state set a record voting, “chief electoral officer Ashok Jain said. Results of this polling for 199 of the 200 seats would declare on December 8, and for remaining one seat Churu polling would take place on December 13.

It’s looking very interesting that present chief minister Ashok Gehlot’s home Jodhpur was polled only 70.12 % where as at the former Chief minister Vasundhra raje’s home Jhalawar picked great response with 79.25% voting.

Rajasthan Vidhan Sabha Elections 2013

Leading Districts with recorded voting above 80% are Hanumangarh, Jaisalmer, Sriganganagar and Chittorgarh while Marwar,  Nagaur recorded lowest voting  at 65.88% voters. Hanumangarh was the topped state with 85.40 % voting after this Sriganganagar came on second position with 84.06% .

At some places condition was secured by security forces. They fired in the air because at the time of voting supporters of some influential candidates collapsed in Alwar, Bharatpur and Dausa. In Rajasthan Capital Jaipur the polling closed peacefully with percentage voting of 72.0%. At some places electors mnames were missing from the electoral rolls and malfunctioning problems of EVM’s were also reported at some places. It seems not good because it’s capital of state and voting was low it’s sign was not good for very party. It shows the public dissatisfaction with politicians.