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Today, in Rajasthan, voting began for 199 areas where people will choose their representatives. It started at 7 am and by 9:30 am, around 9.77% of the eligible voters had cast their votes. Unfortunately, in one area called Karanpur, voting was stopped because one of the candidates, Gurmeet Singh Koonar from the Congress party, passed away.

The election is a big deal for both major parties, the Congress and the BJP. People are deciding who they want to lead their state. The voting will go on until 6 pm, and there are lots of security measures in place to make sure everything happens peacefully.

Over 1,00,000 security people are working to make sure the voting goes smoothly. This includes police officers, home guards, and other security forces. There are some very important people in the running for these positions, like the current Chief Minister, Ashok Gehlot, and other past leaders like Vasundhara Raje and Sachin Pilot.

Although some members who were part of these parties decided to run on their own, there are still about 45 of them who are part of the race. It’s going to be interesting to see who wins. The votes will be counted on December 3rd. In the last election, the Congress won 99 seats while the BJP got 73. Gehlot became the Chief Minister with the support of other smaller parties.

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