Zoom News : Nov 30, 2023, 11:02 PM
Rajasthan Election 2023: According to the exit poll survey in Rajasthan, Bharatiya Janata Party seems to be returning to power after a wait of 5 years, while Congress is facing defeat due to internal fights in the party. It has been said in the exit poll survey that the women of Rajasthan have expressed confidence in Congress while the upper caste and other backward class voters voted in favor of BJP, due to which the party is returning to power.After the elections conducted on 199 seats in the 200-member assembly in the state, the survey has predicted that BJP will get 100 to 110 seats. Whereas Congress seems to be limited to 90 to 100 seats. BJP has got about 42 percent votes in the elections in which upper caste and OBC voters have played an important role.59 percent upper castes vote for BJPAccording to the survey, 59 percent of the upper caste voters in Rajasthan voted in favor of BJP while Congress got only 27 percent votes. As far as women voters are concerned, Congress has been their favorite party. 43 percent of women voters voted in favor of Congress. Whereas 38 percent women voted for BJP. Similarly, if we look at male voters, 46 percent voted for BJP, while 37 percent male voters went in favor of Congress.On the basis of the survey of votes cast on caste basis, it can be said that Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe voters were in support of Congress while Aghadi and OBC voters went with BJP. 47 percent of Scheduled Caste voters and 44 percent of Scheduled Tribe voters voted for Congress. 35 percent votes of Scheduled Castes and 36 percent votes of Scheduled Tribes were cast for BJP.Muslims give 23% votes to BJPSimilarly, among the OBC voters, 46 percent voters went with BJP, while among the upper caste voters, 59 percent votes were in favor of BJP. If we talk about Muslim voters, Congress got 59 percent votes and BJP also got 23 percent votes. BJP has got the votes of youth here. This time voting has been conducted on 199 seats in Rajasthan, the result of which is going to come on 3rd December. Elections on one seat were postponed after the death of a candidate.