A total of over 1.20 crore voters, including 65.78 lakh men and 54.84 lakh women, are eligible to cast their vote in the coming Lok Sabha elections in Haryana.
The figure is less compared to the general elections of 2004, where the number of voters stood at over 1.23 crore in the state. These included over 66.60 lakh men and about 56.60 lakh women.
For the general elections of 2009, as many as 12,835 polling stations will be set up in all the 10 Parliamentary constituencies of the state to enable the people to cast their vote when polling would be held on May 7.
In comparison, 12,574 polling stations were set up in the state for the general elections of 2004.
Sirsa Parliamentary Constituency (SC) has the maximum number of voters at 13,08,567, while Sonipat Parliamentary Constituency has the least number at 10,98,320.
The same constituency has the highest number of male voters at 7,05,542. Sonipat Constituency also has the lowest number of 6,07,290 male voters among all the 10 constituencies in the state.