🗳️ "Rajasthan Election 2023: Live Updates on 200 Assembly Seats Voting"

– Rajasthan saw over 74% voter turnout, expected to rise in final figures.

– Voting concluded on 199 out of 200 assembly seats on Saturday.

– By midnight, voter turnout reached 74.06%, surpassing the previous record of 74.06% in 2018.

According to the Election Commission app, by midnight

– voting percentage was 74.13%, while combining postal ballots and home voting reached 74.96%.

– Historical voting percentages: 2003-67.18%, 2008-66.25%, 2013-75.04%, 2018-74.06%.

– At 11 PM, voter turnout was 73.28%, and it was expected to break previous election records.

– By 10 PM, voter turnout crossed 71%, with expectations of surpassing previous election percentages.

– Former CM Vasundhara Raje expressed confidence in BJP's victory, citing trust in PM Modi's vision.

– Clash reported at a polling center in Bharatpur's Kama constituency involving Congress candidate Jahida Khan's son.

– Official voting time ended at 6 PM, but long queues were observed, with 68.24% voting recorded by 5 PM.

– Highest polling in Rajasthan was 75.69% in 2013, followed by 74.71% in 2018; this election likely to break records.