The counting of votes polled in 25 parliamentary seats in Rajasthan will take place on Thursday amid tight security. Also Read - Rajasthan Man Dies 5 Days After Getting COVID Vaccine Dose; AEFI Panel Says Death Not Related to Jab

Chief Electoral officer Anand Kumar said the counting of postal ballots, electronically transmitted postal ballots and the votes polled through electronic voting machines (EVMs) will begin at all the 25 centres at 8 am on Thursday. Also Read - Rajasthan Congress MLA Gajendra Singh Shaktawat Dies at 48

He said a triple layered security arrangement has been made to thwart any kind of disruption. Also Read - Fearing Pir Baba's Wrath, Rajasthan Burglars Return Rs 1 Lakh Stolen From Dargah's Donation Box

The official said the latest trends of round-wise counting of all 25 parliamentary seats will be made available on the official website and displayed through LEDs at prominent locations.

Polling for 12 Lok Sabha seats in Rajasthan was held on May 6. Thirteen seats in the state had gone to the polls on April 29.

In the 2014 parliamentary polls, the BJP had swept the state by bagging all the 25 seats.