The counting of ballots in rajasthan began at 8 a.m., in a nerve-wracking contest between the congress and the BJP. According to early indications, the Bhartiya Janata party (BJP) is far ahead of the Congress. Since 1993, the state has had a tendency of switching governments every five years. In this situation, the congress party is attempting to maintain power in the face of a rising BJP.

The congress party is relying on social measures even as it battles internal factionalism, whilst the bjp is relying on prime minister Narendra Modi's face to win the vital state. On november 25, the desert state voted for 199 assembly seats. Due to the death of congress candidate Gurmeet Singh Kooner, voting in the Karanpur constituency was postponed. The voting turnout was 75.45 percent, which was somewhat higher than the 74.71 percent recorded in 2018.

According to early indications, the bjp and the congress are involved in a tight battle. rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot is the candidate from Sardarpur, and his former deputy sachin pilot is running from Tonk. Meanwhile, former chief minister Vasundhara Raje is leading from Jhalrapatanm, while her colleague rajyavardhan singh rathore is leading from Jhotwara.


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