Rajasthan: BJP, Congress To Aim At New 19 Lakh Youth Voters This Time

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Rajasthan: BJP, Congress To Aim At New 19 Lakh Youth Voters This Time

| Updated: January 12, 2023 16:35

Political parties in Rajasthan are increasingly concentrating on attracting new voters. All political parties, including the two main ones, the BJP and the Congress, are getting ready to court new and young voters.

In Rajasthan, there are now more than 19 lakh additional voters. However, according to the Election Department, there are more than 4 lakh voters who are over the age of 18. The department predicts that their number may surpass 19 lakhs by the time of the Assembly elections in December.

The BJP has resolved that the party will now concentrate on new voters in a meeting of state officeholders. For this, a different campaign will be started. The BJP may begin its campaign after January 26.

Beginning on January 26, the Congress will launch its “Joining Hands” campaign. Meetings are held at the campaign coordinator district’s level. The Congress will concentrate on young people and new voters to help them feel more connected to themselves.

Political observers think that youth voters have a significant impact on the outcomes at the national level. At the state level, this influence is not very significant. But as of late, its impact has begun to grow.

Political parties have a crucial job to do in this scenario: introduce new voters to themselves.  The vote percentage in Rajasthan’s most recent election did not differ significantly. The newly registered voters may end up being crucial in such a scenario.

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