After voting in rajasthan on 25th November, all eyes are on the results on 3rd December. Kota division stood

first in terms of voting in the entire state. Voting in Kota was 76.13 percent, which is 1.37 percent more than in

2018. After the elections, candidates have started taking feedback on all the 6 assembly seats of Kota district.

Before the results are announced, speculations are being made about victory and defeat on the basis of

conversations with polling booth agents. At the same time, some candidates and party supporters are also taking

refuge in gods and goddesses.

In Kota, people are also seen discussing elections in their leisure time. The 6 assembly seats of Kota district

include Pipalda, Sangod, Kota North, Kota South, Ladpura and Ramganj Mandi. This time a total of 41

candidates are in the fray from all the 6 assembly seats of Kota, whose political future is decided in 1457 EVM

machines. The result of which will be declared on 3rd December.

Highest number of EVMs used in Ladpura

Among the six assemblies of Kota district, the maximum number of EVMs have been used in Ladpura assembly,

where 267 EVMs have been used. While the lowest quota is in the South, 219 EVM machines have been used

here. Apart from this, 232 EVMs were used in Pipalda Assembly. The future of the candidates is sealed in 245

EVMs in Sangod assembly, 237 in Kota North, 219 in Kota South and 257 EVMs in Ramganjmandi Assembly.

VVPAT used the most in Pipalda


If we talk about VVPAT in Kota, maximum VVPAT was used in Pipalda assembly. 299 VVPATs were used in

Pipalda Assembly. While the lowest quota was in South, voting was done from 219 VVPATs. Apart from this,

245 VVPATs were used in Sangod, 242 in Kota North, 272 in Ladpura and 272 in Ramganjmandi.

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