The second phase of elections would be conducted tomorrow, 25 Lakh voters from Rajasthan state will participate
- Second phase of elections for Zila Parishad and Panchayat Samiti.
- More than 25 lakh voters from the state will participate.
- 5 EVM machines will be used for conducting elections
- Timings for elections: 7:30 am to 5: 30 pm.
Jaipur. The voting for the second phase of the election for Zila Parishad and Panchayat Samiti members will be conducted on the 29th of August. The voting process will be initiated from 7:30 am to 5:30 pm, and more than 25 Lakh voters will participate in elections. Voting will be conducted in 6 districts of Rajasthan, and 1680 candidates will try their luck in elections. 10 members have already been selected before the elections.
According to Election Commissioner PS Mehra, in the first phase of elections, more than that 62% of voters have participated in the festival of democracy. He proposed that voters should vote with full enthusiasm while following the covid guideline at the same time.
The destiny for 1680 candidates will be decided,
Election Commissioner also said that the polling would be conducted for the 536 members of 28 Panchayat Samitis and their respective Zila Parishad members of Jaipur, Jodhpur, Bharatpur, Sawai Madhopur, Dausa, and Sirohi Districts. 1680 candidates submitted their applications for 536 members of Panchayat Samitis. For conducting the procedures for elections, 10 thousand and 500 EVM machines will be used, and with the support of 35 thousand personnel election would be conducted. The third phase of the election will be conducted on the 1st of September, and the counting of votes will begin from 4th September.
More than 25 Lakh voters will vote
He also mentions that 25 Lakh 60 thousand and 153 voters would be able to exercise their voting rights through 3459 polling stations. In this second phase, 13 Lakh 51 thousand and 866 male, 12 Lakh 8 thousand and 279 females, and 8 other voters will exercise their rights. Counting of votes will be done on 4th September after all phases is being completed.
Follow Covid Guidelines
Mehra requested voters to follow covid guidelines in the entire election process. He urged all voters to wear masks and sanitize their and also maintaining the decorum of the polling station by waiting patiently for their turn and standing in the marked circles. He also mentions that it is necessary to the voting process and at the time protecting ourselves from corona, and this could be only done if voters, supporters, and other people strictly follow the covid guidelines.
Documents required for voting
He also mentions that voters must bring their electoral photo identity card issued by the Election Commission of India for voting. In the absence of any of these documents, any one of the 12 documents mentioned can use for voting purposes that are being allowed by the Election Commission of India.
Aadhar Card, Passport, Driving License, NREGA Card, Income Tax Identity Card (PAN), Government Identity Card issued to MPs, Members of Legislative Assembly, State or Central Government State Public Limited Company, Health Insurance with photo issued by Ministry of Labour Scheme Smart Card.
Pension documents with photo such as Ex-Servicemen Pension Book, Pension Payment Order, Ex-Serviceman Widow or Dependent Certificate, Old Age or Widow Pension Order (issued before the date of declaration of election schedule), Student Certificate with photo issued by the competent authority (Election Program issued before the date of declaration).
Physical Disability Certificate with photo issued by the competent authority ( issued before the date of declaration of election schedule), Passbook with photo issued by Public Sector Bank, Co-operative Bank or Post Offices (issued before the date of declaration of election schedule).