Rajasthan go to polls on ThursdayDecember 3rd, 2008 - 1:16 pm ICT by ANI
Jaipur, Dec .3 (ANI): Rajasthan is all geared up for election. The state is going to polls on Thursday (December 4). Arrangements are in the last phase for Thursdays polling for 200 assembly seats in the state.
Unprecedented security arrangements have been made for the election in wake of the terrorist attack in Mumbai last week.
Over 42, 000 polling booths have been set up for 3, 62, 19,481 eligible voters to exercise their franchise in the state.
The ruling BJP has fielded candidates for 193 seats, while the opposition Congress, has fielded candidates for all the 200 assembly seats. There are also 1023 independent candidates in the fray.
Leader of Opposition in the state Ashok Gehlot looks to replace Chief Minister Vasundhra Rajes regime on issues of corruption and development.
The present Government in Rajasthan is being criticised for the serial bomb blast which shook Jaipur on May 13, 2008. (ANI)
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