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    Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar announced that over 97 crore voters are eligible to vote in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. He urged everyone to participate in the democratic process by casting their votes.

    The Election Commission is planning to set up 10.5 lakh polling stations across the country for the elections. Kumar, along with new Election Commissioners Gyanesh Kumar and Sukhbir Singh Sandhu, assured that they are fully prepared for the elections.

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    Kumar emphasized that this is a historic opportunity for all citizens to contribute to India’s democracy. He promised that the poll panel will conduct the national election in a manner that reflects positively on the country’s reputation on the global stage. With 97 crore registered voters, 10.5 lakh polling stations, 1.5 crore personnel, and 55 lakh EVMs, the Election Commission is confident in ensuring a fair and impartial election process.

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