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Counting tomorrow: Less no. of tables for Kishanpole
Jaipur: The counting of votes will start in the state from 8 am tomorrow. District election officials have completed all preparations to ensure that the counting goes on smoothly. Counting of votes will take place on the same campuses where EVMs have been kept. There will be security cover, tables and rounds have been fixed.
If we look at the vote counting in 19 assembly constituencies of Jaipur district, fewer rounds will be held in Civil Lines in the morning and the least number of tables have been set for Kishanpole assembly seat. There are only nine tables here because in terms of voters, this is the smallest seat in the district. So, it is expected that the result for Kishanpole seat may be declared by 1 pm. Whereas in Jhotwara, there will be 26 rounds. This seat has the highest number of voters in the district. However, by 5 pm the picture of vote counting in Jaipur district will be clear and the results will be released.
Ahead of the counting of votes for 19 assembly seats, the final training of the employees will be held today. During this, about 2,000 officers and employees will be told about the details related to the counting of votes so that they do not face any problem on December 3. Counting of votes will take place in Karmas College and Rajasthan College and tables have been set up for each round. The rooms have been prepared and closed, which will be opened only with the counting of votes. All the preparations are complete and now only the wait remains for the results to be released after the EVMs are opened.