Accordingly Kota division, which is the stronghold of Bharatiya Janata Party’s senior leader and former Chief Minister
has been achieved only because of the awareness of the district administration, voluntary organizations and the
voters here. Along with this, there are many booths where extra efforts were made to ensure 100 percent voting,
but due to some reason 100 percent voting did not happen here and due to some votes, records kept being made.
One such booth is also in Gokulpura under Pipalda assembly seat, where if 18 more votes had been cast, then 100 percent voting would have taken place at this booth. That means Gokulpura of Pipalda would have registered a record of 100 percent voting. Similarly, Sandapur of Ramganjmandi missed out on making the
record of 100 percent voting due to absence of only 34 votes. Whereas Nayagaon Ahiran of Sangod remained
away from making the record of 100 percent voting by just 41 votes. There has been better voting at booths in
rural areas than in urban areas.
More than 90 percent voting took place at 4 booths of Ramganjmandi
In Ramganjmandi, one of the 6 assemblies of Kota district, there were 4 booths where more than 90 percent
voting took place. 842 out of 924 voters voted at Nalodiya booth of Ramganjmandi Assembly. Here only 82
voters did not vote. 90.55 percent voting was recorded here. Similarly, in Sandapur, 326 out of 360 voters voted.
Had 34 more voters used their franchise here, a record of 100 percent voting would have been created. 91.12
percent voting was recorded here. Similarly, in Ramganjmandi assembly itself, 1071 out of 1183 voters in
Bidmandi created a record of 90.53 percent voting, here 112 voters did not come to vote otherwise 100 percent
voting would have happened here too. Whereas 789 out of 874 voters of Durjanpura area voted, giving the
voting figure of 90.27 percent.