The people of Jammu Kashmir will soon get a chance to form their own government, what did CEC Rajiv Kumar say about EVM after the results?


For the last 20-22 years, EVM has been showing correct results. It is very reliable, it is neutral in every way and does its job.

Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar, Election Commissioners Gyanesh Kumar and Sukhbir Singh Sandhu paid tribute to Mahatma Gandhi at Rajghat. After which, while talking to the media, Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar said that the election of Jammu and Kashmir is pending, when we went there on March 12, we had indicated that we will do it at the right time… We will give the people there an opportunity to form their own government and choose their representatives as per their wish as soon as possible.

EVMs have been showing correct results for the last 20-22 years. It is very reliable, it has been neutralized in every way and does its job. The Election Commission of India (ECI) said in a statement that the total voter turnout in the Lok Sabha elections 2024 was recorded at 65.79 per cent. Assam recorded the highest voter turnout of 81.56 per cent among the states. Bihar recorded the lowest voter turnout of 56.19 per cent among all states, the Election Commission said. As per standard practice, a detailed statistical report of the number of postal votes and gross voter turnout will be made available on the ECI website after finalizing the details received from the states/UTs. Postal ballots include postal ballots given to service voters, absentee voters (85+, PwD, essential services etc.) and voters on election duty.

Meanwhile, the seventh phase of the Lok Sabha elections saw 63.88 per cent polling. It said 63.88 per cent polling was recorded at polling stations in Phase-7 for 57 pc in the General Elections 2024. According to the poll body, the turnout of male voters was 63.11 per cent while 64.72 per cent female voters cast their votes.

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