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13 Lok Sabha seats to go to polls in Rajasthan in Phase IV on 29th April

Newdelhi:26/4/19:Rajasthan will go to Polls in Phase IV of General Elections on 29th April.Rajasthan has 25 Parliamentary Constituencies (PC), out of which 13PCswill go to Polls in Phase Four on 29 April and 12 PCs will go to Polls in Phase Five on 6th May.

In Phase Four, 115 candidates will be contesting for the 13 Lok Sabha seats.

As per the data made available, 25776993 voters, including13300801males, 12476052 females and 140 third gender voters will cast votes in Phase Four.

28182 Polling stations have been set up in place for smooth conduct of polls in this Phase.

Text Box: Interesting Facts-Phase IV v Total 104 Pink Boothshave been set up in this Phase. v Bhilwara PC has the Minimum number of Candidates, which is 4.v Kota and Jalore have the Maximum number of candidates, which is 15 each.v Barmer-Jaisalmer is the Second largest PC area wise in the countryv Jalore has the least number of voters in the state which is 17,20,026

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