Rajasthan Assembly Elections: Voting has started for these people, this facility is being provided for the first time.
Voting will be held for the assembly elections in Rajasthan on November 25, but for voters aged 80 plus or those voters who are unable to walk and cannot go to the polling booth, voting has started from today.
For the first time, the Election Commission has provided the facility of vote from home to the people of the state. This unique facility has started in the capital Jaipur from today. Under this, today polling parties left from different locations for all the assembly constituencies including Malviya Nagar, Hawamahal, Kishanpole of Gulabi Nagar. According to reports, Chief Electoral Officer Praveen Gupta has given this information.
Under this initiative of the Election Commission, 87 year old Indubala cast her first vote from Hawamahal assembly seat in the capital. This type of facility has been started in many districts of the state from today. These districts also include Ajmer, Alwar, Sikar, Jhunjhunu and Bharatpur. Voting for others will be held in the state on November 25.