50-50 competition in Rajasthan, the game will be seat-wise only…

Before the 2024 elections, the vote percentage has decreased only twice in Rajasthan. First time in 2004 and second time in 2009. In 2004, there was 3 percent less voting than in 1999. In 2009, the voting percentage had decreased by 1 percent. In 2004, when the vote percentage decreased, the bjp gained 5 seats. In 2009, when there was a decrease of one percent in votes, congress gained 16 seats. This time the scenario is completely complicated. On saturday in Kota, Union home minister amit shah claimed that bjp is winning the elections on all 12 seats.

According to the election Commission, there was an average of 6 percent less voting in all the 12 seats of Rajasthan. There was 5.24 percent less voting in jaipur, 8.42 percent in jaipur Rural, 8.75 percent in Sriganganagar, 5.28 percent in Bikaner, and 2.67 percent less in Churu. Apart from this, there was 9.5 percent less voting in Jhunjhunu, 7.48 percent in Sikar, 7.3 in Alwar, 6.12 in Bharatpur, 5.99 in Dausa and 5.77 percent in Karauli. If we look at the data of 2009, the ruling parties suffered losses in Bikaner, Nagaur, Sikar, and Bharatpur due to low vote percentages. This time, due to fewer votes, congress is hopeful of good results in Nagaur, Churu, Jhunjhunu, and jaipur Rural.

Tamil Nadu: The opposition had done a clean sweep due to a decrease in votes

Voting was held in the first phase on 39 lok sabha seats in tamil Nadu. According to the election Commission, there was 3 percent less voting here compared to last time. This time 69.46 percent voting took place here. In 2019, 72.46 percent of voting took place. Which was 1.72 percent less than 2014. congress and DMK alliance benefited from the decrease in vote percentage in 2019. The alliance won 37 out of 38 seats. elections were held later in one seat, Vellore, where the DMK won. Interestingly, in 2019, DMK was out of power in the state. Presently he is in the state government.

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