India has a world record of 64 crore votes

Last Updated on June 4, 2024 9:18 am

In this year’s Lok Sabha elections in India, the country has set the highest voting record in the world. In a press conference, India’s Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Rajeev Kumar said, “642 million voters cast their votes in this year’s Lok Sabha elections, setting a world record.” Among them, 312 million were women voters. The counting of votes for the Lok Sabha elections will begin today. Earlier, Rajeev Kumar gave such news on Monday. NDTV.

Rajeev also said that there is no chance of rigging in the counting of votes. It is a very robust process. There are a total of 1.5 million booths in the country. 30 to 35 lakh polling agents will be outside. Besides, there will be a monitoring team. Besides, there will be officers in the count.

There will also be a system of CC cameras. There can be no mistake. He also said that all the demands made by various parties regarding the counting of votes have been accepted. The CEC said, “We have investigated more than 90 percent of the complaints we received for violating the electoral code of conduct.” Leaders’ relatives have been removed from voting duties. People came forward and voted. 75 people from 23 countries visited India’s many booths. Rajiv said about the election atmosphere in the past, you remember the kind of violence we used to see. But no such incident happened this year. There was no such incident of violence across the country including Jharkhand, Manipur, Tripura, West Bengal, Kashmir.

But this time India achieved world record in voting. He also said that the Election Commission has set a record of confiscating nearly 10,000 crore rupees in this election. This is almost three times the value seized in 2019.

Responding to a question about the post-election situation in West Bengal, Rajeev Kumar said, “We are hopeful and confident that there will be no violence.” But if so, some states will have CRPF keeping that in mind. It also includes West Bengal. We are sure, the state government and CRPF will not allow post-poll violence. In the press conference, he also sought proof of allegations of trying to influence the voting process from the opposition leaders. In the press briefing, he said, more than 68,000 monitoring teams and one and a half million polling and security personnel were engaged in this world’s largest election.

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