Rajasthan bypolls: Campaigning for Alwar, Ajmer and Mandalgarh seats ends today; voting on 29 January

Campaigning for the 29 January bypolls for the Lok Sabha seats of Alwar and Ajmer, and the Assembly seat of Mandalgarh ended on Saturday

PTI January 27, 2018 22:42:59 IST
Rajasthan bypolls: Campaigning for Alwar, Ajmer and Mandalgarh seats ends today; voting on 29 January

Jaipur: Campaigning for the 29 January bypolls for the Lok Sabha seats of Alwar and Ajmer, and the Assembly seat of Mandalgarh ended on Saturday.

Rajasthan bypolls Campaigning for Alwar Ajmer and Mandalgarh seats ends today voting on 29 January

Representational image. Reuters

Campaigning ended on Saturday evening and voting will take place on 29 January.

All the preparations have been made, Ajmer District Election Officer Gaurav Goyal said.

The ruling BJP and Opposition Congress held public meetings to woo voters in constituencies.

Chief minister Vasundhara Raje conducted road shows in Beegod (Mandalgarh) and Ajmer, while Rajasthan Congress chief Sachin Pilot addressed a gathering in Pushkar.

Pilot, accompanied by several party leaders, also conducted a road show in Ajmer city.

Other leaders from both the parties addressed public meetings in Alwar also.

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