Glitches related to voting machines had been reported at several places in the state as voting began at 7 am today. In this glinches, PM Modi cabinet minister Arjun Meghwal has to wait for more than an hour due to EVM malfunction.
After wait for more than an hour Union minister Arjun Ram Meghwal casts his vote at polling booth number 172 in Bikaner. Leader was able to caste vote after An electronic voting machine (EVM) is being replaced at polling booth No. 172 in Bikaner’s Kisamidesar following a technical issue.
Rajasthan CM Vasundhara Raje cast her vote at Jhalrapatan constituency in Jhalawar. Talking to the reporters, Raje said, “from a party worker to a minister, everyone has worked very hard to raise their flag in the state.”
Asked about Sharad Yadav’s comment on her weight, “Raje said, I am extremely shocked and I feel insulted. Congress should watch what they talk. We need to set an example to the younger generations. They shouldn’t have spoken like that.”
Votes will be cast at 51,687 polling booths, 259 of them managed exclusively by women officials and security personnel.
It is a seen as a straight fight between the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Congress for about 130 seats.