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Day ends on a hectic note for candidates

With just 24 hours left for the state to go before polls, Lok Sabha candidates of both Congress and Bharatiya Janata Part (BJP) in Rajasthan are busy holding party workers’ meetings and ensuring effective booth management.

jaipur Updated: Apr 16, 2014 23:32 IST
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With just 24 hours left for the state to go before polls, Lok Sabha candidates of both Congress and Bharatiya Janata Part (BJP) in Rajasthan are busy holding party workers’ meetings and ensuring effective booth management.

Since Wednesday morning candidates of various political parties were seen making rounds of their respective parliamentary constituencies, going from door to door in order to maximize their reach. Whereas their core team members kept exchanging calls between workers and community leaders to gather feedbacks and ensure effective booth management.

Congress candidate and union minister Sachin Pilot, who is contesting from Ajmer, too kept himself busy doing the same. “I am hopeful as we have worked hard. We hope that people would come out and vote. Today we are looking at all the nitty-gritty related to the polls from voter lists to booth management,” said Pilot.

On the other hand AAP candidate from Jaipur Dr Virender Singh’s focus was solely on door to door campaigning. “Looking at the response of the people, I am hopeful to win. This being the last day before polls, we are meeting people and campaigning door to door since the morning, while the team members are looking at booth management,” said Singh. Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi will be addressing election rallies in Alwar and Karauli on April 20 in support of party candidates Bhanwar Jitender Singh and Lakhiram Biarwa.