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Young voters to play deciding role in elections

DNJAI95135 | 12/7/2018 | Author : Yuvraj Shrimal | WC :431 | Politics & Governance

State of Polls Rajasthan


Young voters in the age group of 18-19, who will use their right for the first time, hold the key of Rajasthan assembly election set to be held on Friday. The desert state has enrolled 20.29 lakh fresh voters that is approximately 4.18 percent of total electorates of 47789815.
The young voters' strength has witnessed a spike of 21 percent compared to the previous election where its strength was at 16.5 lakh.
The strength of young voters is definitely decisive who will form the government in Rajasthan, which is tabbed a semifinal of final Lok Sabha election slated just after six months. In 2013, when BJP swayed away from the election, the margin of votes with Congress was 37 lakhs. The saffron party had scored
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