Rajasthan Urban election results On 13th December 2020

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The election result for Rajasthan Nagar Nigam was declared by the State Election Commission Official on Sunday, 13th December 2020, making Congress win the list.

Party nameWinning seats
Congress620
Independent595
BJP548
BSP7
CPI2
CPI (M)2
RLP1

BJP came third in its position when the independent candidates overcame to the second position all together winning 595 wards/seats.

Among other winners are seven Bahujan Samaj Party leaders, two members each of the Communist Party of India, and the Communist Party of India (Marxist), and one Rashtriya Loktantrik Party candidate.

Voting for 1,775 yards in 50 municipal bodies in 12 districts was held on December 11, and 79.90% of the electorate had showed up to vote.

The Congress leader claimed that the party was set to form its boards in 41 municipal bodies, and the BJP would be able to preside over nine of them.

This Tuesday, Congress emerged victorious in the Jaipur Heritage Municipal Corporation and Jodhpur Municipal Corporation (North). As counting of votes for Jodhpur, Jaipur, and Kota Nagar Nigam elections neared the end, the BJP managed to grab Jodhpur Municipal Corporation (South).

The elections to six municipal corporations of Jaipur, Jodhpur and Kota were held in two phases on October 29 and November 1.

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A total of 2,238 candidates were in the fray for the 560 wards of the six municipal corporations of Jaipur Heritage, Jaipur Greater, Jodhpur North, Jodhpur South, Kota North and Kota South.

First phase:

Jaipur Heritage (100 wards)

Jodhpur North (80 wards)

 Kota North (70 wards).

Second Phase:

Jaipur Greater (150 wards)

Jodhpur South (80 wards)

Kota (80 wards)

As many as 2,622 polling booths were set up for the election. A total of 14.32 lakh voters were eligible to exercise their franchise while 7,249 candidates were in the fray. The notification for the election to the post of chairman in these local bodies will be issued on December 14. The voting for the post of chairman will be held on December 20, while for the vice-chairman post, it will be conducted on December 21.

Earlier this month, the Congress had suffered a setback in the Rajasthan rural body elections. In the Panchayat Samiti, which were conducted in 21 districts of Rajasthan, the BJP won 1,989 seats while the Congress secured 1,852. Of the 636 Zila Parishad (or district council) seats, the saffron party won 353 and the Congress bagged 252. The BJP touted its performance as a symbol of the trust that the poor, labourers and farmers have in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership.

Voting for Panchayat Samiti and Zila Parishads or local bodies in districts and villages was held across 21 districts in four rounds in November and early December.

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The BJP won 14 Zila Parishads or district-level boards while the Congress managed only five, according to Union Minister Prakash Javadekar. As for Panchayat Samitis or block-level boards in villages, the BJP has an edge in 93 of the 222 seats where voting took place. The Congress has 81.

But while the BJP has beaten the Congress, it hasn’t done better than its own performance in 2015. The total number of seats is different in 2020 from 2015; there was no voting this time in 12 districts where the redefining of boundaries has been challenged in court. So, the BJP only appears to have done better. Compared to 2015, there is a three per cent slide in the BJP’s tally. In the Panchayat Samitis, the BJP won 48.4 per cent of the seats in 2015, compared to 45.5 this time. In Zila Parishads, the BJP has won 55 per cent of the seats compared to 58.2 per cent in 2015.

Smaller parties like former BJP leader Hanuman Beniwal’sRashtriyaLoktantrik Party (RLP), a BJP ally, have done well. He is set to be the kingmaker in his area of influence, Nagaur. The Bharatiya Tribal Party (BTP), is winning in Dungarpur, beating both giants, BJP and Congress.

After emerging as the single largest in the recent local body polls, the Congress will be hoping for a repeat performance in Rajasthan’s panchayat samiti and zila parishad elections despite the BJP giving a tough fight.

The polling was held in four phases on November 23, 27, December 1 and 5 to elect a total of 636 zila parishad members and 4371 panchayat samiti members. Today’s results will decide the fate of 1778 candidates for zila parishad elections and 12,663 candidates for panchayat samiti elections.

Ajmer, Banswara, Barmer, Bhilwara, Bikaner, Bundi, Chittorgarh, Churu, Dungarpur, Hanumangarh, Jaisalmer, Jalore, Jhalawar, Jhunjhunu, Nagaur, Pali, Pratapgarh, Rajsamand, Sikar, Tonk and Udaipur went to polls.

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The elections were held as per guidelines related to COVID-19 and arrangements were made to ensure social distancing and use of face masks at the polling centres, according to State Election Commission secretary ShyamRajpurohit.

The first phase voting took place on September 28 in 947-gram panchayats. There were 34.06 lakh voters in the gram panchayats where voting took place in the second phase. In the third phase, polling was held in October 6 and the fourth on October 10.

On November 3, the results of civic polls in Rajasthan were declared. Of the total 560 wards in the six corporations — two each in Jaipur, Jodhpur and Kota — Congress won 261 against BJP’s 242, while 57 were won by others. As a result of this division, the Congress won a clear majority in the newly formed civic bodies of Jodhpur North and Kota North while the BJP won in Jaipur Greater and Jodhpur South. Later, with the help of independents, the Congress formed Boards in Jaipur Heritage and Kota South as well. It also won the four mayoral positions in these municipal corporations.

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Here are the results of the Nagar Nigams that have been declared so far: Jaipur Nagar Nigam election result:

Jaipur Greater Municipal Elections Winning Candidate List:

Ward NumberWinning PartyWinning Candidate
1CongressDhapa Devi
2CongressKesarmal Sharma
3BJPHarishankar Bohra
4BJPRaju Devi
5CongressSantosh
6CongressMahesh Aggrawal
7BJPSantosh Aggrawal
8BJPSuman Gupta
9CongressKishanlal Ajmera
10CongressSajna Devi
11BJPRashmi Saini
12IndependentRanveer Singh Rajawat
13BJPSuresh Saini
14BJPMeenakshi Sharma
15BJPDeepa Mala
16IndependentKamlesh Yadav
17BJPPriyanka Agarwal
18CongressPradeep Tiwari
19BJPBhanwarlalMalakar
20BJPRoop Kanwar
21BJPSuresh Jangid
22BJPDinesh Kanwat
23BJPPrem Devi Sharma
24CongressLadaramDulariya
25CongressNasreen Bano
26CongressRekha
27BJPRam Kishore Prajapat
28BJPMahesh Kumar Sanghi
29BJPGanesh Nathavat
30BJPVirendra Singh
31BJPArchana Sharma
32BJPSusheela Bari
34CongressSantosh Chaudhary
35CongressRam Janaki
36IndependentVikas Bareth
37BJPSukhpreet Bansal
38BJPVinod Choudhary
39IndependentGajendra Shekhawat
40BJPPraveen Yadav
41BJPAkshat Khoonteta
42CongressRadheshyamRaigar
43BJPNishant Sarolia
44BJPRakhi Rathore
45CongressVijendra Saini
46BJPPiyush Kiradu
47CongressRajendra Agrawal
48CongressRam Singh Chaudhry
49BJPAshok Bohra
50BJPGanesh Chowdhry
51BJPHarish Kumar Sharma
52BJPMukesh Sharma
53BJPParas Jain
54BJPArun Kumar Sharma
55CongressHema Singhania
56BJPBharti Lakhanai
57BJPShakti Prakash Yadav
58BJPSeema Gupta
59BJPRavi Kant Upadhyay
60BJPKumkum Sharma
61IndependentJai Vashisht
62BJPManoj Kumar
63CongressShankar
64BJPAbhay Purohit
65CongressHari Om
66CongressDamodar Meena
67BJPDr SaumyaGurjar
68CongressMaya Devi
69CongressJyoti Saini Jyati
70BJPRatan Kanwar
71BJPMoti lal
72BJPMahendra Sharma
73CongressOM prakash
74CongressSubhash Chand
75BJPChhota Devi
76BJPOm Prakash Swami
77BJPGovind Cheepa
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Jaipur Heritage Municipal Elections Winning Candidate List:

WARD NUMBERWinning PartyWinning Candidate
1CongressHanuman Gurjar
2CongressAnjali Brahmbhatt
4BJPPuranmal Saini
5BJPBarkha Devi
6CongressAdbulWaheed
7IndependentJahid Ali
8CongressBhupendra Meena
9IndependentMaujamBano
10BJPSuresh
11BJPNand Kishore Saini
12IndependentEhsaan
13CongressKrishna Sharma
14BJPAnita Jain
15BJPVimal Aggrawal
16IndependentJayda bano
17BJPManaksharma
18BJPVikram Singh
19CongressAsaduddin
20CongressVijendra Tiwari
21CongressUmesh sharma
22BJPSubhash vyas
23CongressManoj Mudgal
24CongressArif khan
25CongressDasarathsingh
26CongressMuneshgurjar
27CongressSunita shekhawat
28BJPDheeraj sharma
29CongressJyoti Chauhan
30BJPRekha rathore
31BJPRajesh kumawat
32BJPRahul sharma
33BJPPoonam sharma
34BJPKamlesh kanwar
35BJPAnshusharma
36BJPJitendra lakhwani
37CongressReshma begum
38CongressMahendradhalet
39CongressAyesha Siddiqui
40IndependentRohit kumar
41CongressSusheeladevi
42CongressNasreen bano
43CongressMohammed Zakaria
44IndependentMahesh chand
45BJPAyub khan
46CongressNaseem bano
47BJPFarid qureshi
48BJPGirrajnahata
49IndependentArvind methi
50CongressLalita Jaiswal
51CongressAmar singhgurjar
52IndependentKusum Yadav
53Congressmd. Shoaib
54CongressSohaidmansoori
55CongressAsma khan
56CongressSavitri
57CongressFiroz khan
58CongressNaresh kumar
59CongressSuneetamawar
60CongressUmar daraj
61BJPShyamsundar Saini
62BJPRitumotiani
63CongressNeeraj aggrawal
64BJPGhyanshamchandlani
65BJPMahesh kalwani
66BJPMahendrapahariya

    Jodhpur North Municipal Elections Winning Candidate List:

WardWinning partyWinning Candidate
1CongressBhagirath Meghwal
2CongressBhanwarlal
3IndependentVishal Sankhla
4BJPDhirendra Kumar
5IndependentAdbul Sattar
6BJPLiladharMeghal
7indepndentAjay joshi
8CongressShaheen Ansari
9CongressYusuf Khan
10BJPMeema Devi
11CongressMehraz Ansari
12BJPAnju Kanwar
13CongressRakesh
14CongressShaukat ali
15CongressNisar ahmed
16CongressShahbuddin
17CongressAkhtar khan
18CongressHassan khan
19Congressmd.aslam
20BJPSangeeta Solanki
21CongressHumeira
22CongressManisha Lodha
23CongressZafran
24CongressNajma
25BJPRakesh Singh Kachwaha
26CongressMehmooda
27CongressNadeem Iqbal
28CongressAbdul javed
29CongressIrfan Abbasi
30IndependentTara Gehlot
31BJPPramila khatik
32CongressJitendra Samariya
33BJPDhanraj Makwana
34CongressShahbaz khan
35CongressKiran Gehlot
36CongressSeema
37CongressVikas Sharma
38CongressVijay Puri
39IndependentMukesh sharma
40CongressBhaironsingh Parihar
41CongressMamata Saakhta
42CongressOm Prakash Bhati
43CongressShobha devda
44CongressDeepa singh
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Jodhpur North Municipal Elections Winning Candidate List:

Ward numberWinning partyWinning candidate
1BJPIndra Rajpurohit
2BJPDalpat Vaishnav
3BJPAshok singh Chauhan
4BJPPurushottam Acharya
5CongressMumtaz bano
6BJPLehradevi
7CongressSarita Bervad
8BJPAjay Singh
9CongressGirdhari
10CongressManju Sharma
11CongressRagini Sharma
12IndependentFateh Raj
13BJPVinita Seth
14BJPSuman Sen
15BJPVikram Singh Pawar
16BJPMahesh parihar
17BJPNarendra fitani
18BJPPayaljanyani
19BJPSunil Smabhavni
20BJPManzoor ali
21BJPNarendra Singh
22Congressrubeena
23CongressPuja pareekha
24BJPAmar lal
25Congresshanifa
26IndependentGhanshyam
27Congressyogesh
28BJPAnil Kumar
29IndependentDeepak Mathur
30BJPSuresh meghwal
31BJPmanju
32BJPSavitri Gurjar
33BJPMeenakshi Kothari
34BJPRewant Singh India
35CongressPriya Vishnoi
36IndependentBasantiMewara
37CongressMumal Prajapati
38BJPSugan Devi Bagrecha
39BJPManisha Gaur
40CongressNaresh Chandra Joshi
41BJPPuja rathi
42CongressPrakash Chandra Jain
43BJPRam Swaroop
44BJPAnil kumar Prajapati
45BJPPradeep beniwal
46CongressMahendra Singh Parihar
47BJPAlka Panwar
48IndependentLalit Kumar Gehlot
49BJPAshok bhati
50CongressKush Gehlot
51CongressRekha Parihar
52CongressPrabhu Singh Rathore
53CongressRakesh
54BJPBhanwar Kanwar

Kota North Municipal Elections Winning Candidate List:

WardWinning PartyWinning Candidate
1BJPRavi meena
2CongressAnup kumar
3CongressJamna bai
4CongressAjay suman
5CongressRafeekahmed
6BJPNand Kishore
7BJPGyanendra singh
8CongressRajendra kumar
9CongressSheetal Prakash
10BJPShivang Kushwaha
11CongressRachna sharma
12CongressFateh bahadur
13CongressManju aggrawal
14BJPDeepak
15BJPSandeep nayak
16CongressGunjan kumar
17CongressLalit kumar
18CongressHemlata
19CongressFaisal baig
20IndependentSunil sharma
21CongressNand Kishore
22BJPPuja suman
23BJPKusum
24CongressDraupadi verma
25BJPNaval singhhada
26BJPPuja
27CongressShabnam qureshi
28CongressNasreen mirza
29CongressSapna Burt
30CongressHukum chand
31BJPSantosh bairva
32CongressNeeraj meena
33CongressHinabano
34IndependentVimal kumar
35IndependentBalvendrasingh
36IndependentRakesh Putra
37CongressAnil suvalka
38IndependentMohammad asim
39CongressFariduddin
40CongressAmarnath
41Congressmd.bashir
42Congressbadrilal
43Congressdushyant
44CongressNisha gautam
45CongressUsha
46CongressHari om suman
47CongressRenu
48CongressMohanlal meghwal

Kota South Municipal Elections Winning Candidate List:

Ward numberWinning PartyWinning Candidate
1BJPDileep arora
2BJPDhirendra Chaudhary
3IndependentAkhtar md.
4CongressPradeep kasana
5CongressJitendra singh
6BJPNitin dharwal
7BJPSonubheel
8BJPHarakchand
9BJPRattan bai
10BJPNaresh sharma
11CongressSuman
12BJPAarti shakyavaal
13CongressPromilasharma
14CongressAnurag sharma
15CongressSumitra
16BJPDhanraj gurjar
17CongressMohan lal
18BJPOm gunjal
19CongressRamdev verma
20CongressKamal kant
21CongressAsma khan
22IndependentSahib
23BJPAishwarya shrangi
24CongressIshrarmd.
25CongressLekhraj yogi
26BJPShanuselar
27BJPRajeev aggrawal
28CongressSaleena
29BJPPratibha Gautam
30CongressKuldeep Prajapati
31BJPPushpa kumari
32BJPBal chand
33CongressYogendra kumar
34CongressRambabu sonirekhagoswami
35CongressPd gupta
36CongressDeepak kumar
37CongressShalini Gautam
38CongressSheela Pathak
39IndependentBhanu Pratap
40IndependentSunil Gautam
41CongressMonika vijay
42BJPRita saluja
43BJPVivek rajvanshi
44BJPSurendra kalvar
45CongressSanjay vishwas
46BJPSudarshan Gautam
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Rajasthan Panchayati Raj Election Results 2020:

Who won?

  • with 1,011 Panchayat Samiti seats over 1,000 seats that of the Congress, a few hours after the counting of votes began in 21 districts of Rajasthan on 1st of December. While polls were held for 4,371 constituencies across the state, as many as 222 samitis have been announced so far on the basis of the results.
  • 287 independent candidates and 48 Rastriya Loktantrik Party (RLP) candidates also won the Panchayat Samiti member seats. Yet, the counting of the votes to elect the members of Panchayat Samitis and Zila Parishads is still underway. In the Zila Parishad election, which was held simultaneously, the ruling Congress in the state has won 10 seats, whereas the BJP got three seats of the total 636.

Who participated?

  • The polling to elect a total of 636 Zila Parishad members and 4,371 Panchayat Samiti members was held in four phases in 21 districts of Ajmer, Banswara, Barmer, Bhilwara, Bikaner, Bundi, Chittorgarh, Churu, Dungarpur, Hanumangarh, Jaisalmer, Jalore, Jhalawar, Jhunjhunu, Nagaur, Pali, Pratapgarh, Rajsamand, Sikar, Tonk and Udaipur.
  • Voting was held for 908 members of 46 panchayat samitis in 21 districts and their respective zila parishad members. In the fourth phase, 52.55 lakh people were eligible to vote and there were 7,346 polling stations, a State Election Commission spokesperson said.
  • Out of 4,371 Panchayati Raj constituencies, the BJP has claimed victory in 1,812 followed by the Congress with 1,695.
  • Meanwhile, Independents won 413 constituencies, Lok Sabha MP Hanuman Beniwal’sRashtriyaLoktantrik Party (RLP) managed to stake claim to 56 constituencies followed by the Communist Party of India (CPI) with 16, the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) with 3 and the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) with 1.
  • He said 63.83 per cent votes were cast in the fourth phase. In the first phase 61.80 per cent voters exercised their franchise, 63.18 in the second phase and 63.80 in the third phase, the spokesperson said.

How did the Voting system take place?

  • About 18,000 electronic voting machines (EVMs) were used, while more than 36,000 security personnel were deployed for smooth conduct of the elections, he said.
  • About 80% of 14.32 lakh voters cast their votes in the elections to 50 municipal bodies in 12 districts of Rajasthan on Friday. The highest turnout at 90.32% was recorded at Nagar in Bharatpur district in the polls for the town’s municipality. 
  • Of the total urban local bodies which went to polls, 43 were municipalities and seven were municipal councils. As many as 7,249 candidates were in the fray for the posts of members in 1,775 wards of the 50 municipal bodies.
  • The voting was conducted peacefully with no untoward incident reported from anywhere. State Election Commissioner P.S. Mehra said COVID-19 guidelines were strictly followed at all polling stations.
  • The result will decide the fate of 1,778 candidates in the Zila Parishad elections and 12,663 candidates in the Panchayat Samiti elections. Elaborate security arrangements have been made for the counting process. The polling was held on November 23 and 27, and December 1 and 5.

Result :-

  • A voter turnout of over 63% was recorded in the fourth and last phase of the election for zila parishad and panchayat samiti members in Rajasthan on Saturday, officials said.
  • The election results will be announced after counting of votes on December 13, while the voting for chairpersons of urban bodies will be held on December 20. The districts which went to polls were Jaipur, Jodhpur, Kota, Bharatpur, Dholpur, Baran, Sriganganagar, Kota, Sawai Madhopur, Sirohi, Karauli and Dausa.
  • Taking aim at Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee (RPCC) chief Govind Singh Dotasra, Satish Poonia said that the ruling party lost in his (Dotasra’s) own home turn. “The public is now disillusioned with the bad governance and anti-public policies of the Congress. This is merely the beginning, neither power nor wealth nor face, this is the welcome result of just one year’s hard work. Therefore, a total of 25 constituencies in Rajasthan will vote in two phases on April 29 and May 6, 2020.

Rajasthan Constituency-wise assembly seats:

  1. Ajmer

The Ajmer Lok Sabha constituency consists of Dudu, Kishangarh, Pushkar, Ajmer North, Ajmer South, Nasirabad, Masuda and Kekri assembly seats. The Dudu and Ajmer South assembly seats are reserved for candidates belonging to scheduled caste category.

PARTYCANDIDATESVOTES*Status
BJPBhagirath Chaudhary8,15,076Won
CongRijuJhunjhunwala3,98,652
BSPDurga Lal Regar13,618
APOIVishram Babu13,041
INDSoniyaRegar4,824
INDMukesh Gena4,652
INDPramod Kumar2,773

2.Alwar

The Alwar constituency is one of the 25 Lok Sabha constituencies in the state of Rajasthan. Alwar Lok Sabha constituency went to polls on May 06 in the fifth phase of 2019 general election. The poll results will be released on May 23.

PARTYCANDIDATESVOTES*Status
BJPBalak Nath7,60,201Won
CongBhanwar Jitendra Singh4,30,230
BSPImran Khan56,649
PSPLAnoop Kumar Meghwal3,444
INDPawan Kumar Jain2,533
INDMadan Lal1,991
APOIAmit Jangir1,601
INDAnand Kumar Sain1,303
INDTilak Raj Munjal903
INDAdvocate Amit Kumar Gupta808
PVRCGulab Singh626

3.Barmer

              A total of 25 constituencies in Rajasthan will vote in two phases-April 29 and May 6.

PARTYCANDIDATESVOTES*Status
BJPKailash Choudhary8,46,526Won
CongManvendra Singh5,22,718
BMUPRamesh Kumar16,699
INDHaneef8,070
INDMula Ram3,517
INDPopatlal3,360
INDBheraramJakhar2,385

4.Bharatpur

The 17th Lok Sabha Election 2019 in the Bharatpur constituency of Rajasthan was held in the fifth phase on May 6, 2019.

PARTYCANDIDATESVOTES*Status
BJPRanjeetaKoli7,07,992Won
CongAbhijeet Kumar Jatav3,89,593
BSPSuraj Pradhan Jatav31,615
APOIMangal Ram Godra5,715
INDSunil2,236
INDPurushottam Baba1,897
INDTejveer Singh1,098
INDGhanshyam Singh Yadav1,013

*Provisional Data

5.Bhilwara

The 2019 General Election for Bhilwara constituency was held in the fourth phase. There are 8 assembly segments in Bhilwara Lok Sabha constituency. These include Asind, Mandal, Sahara, Bhilwara, Shahpura, Jahazpur, Mandalgarh and Hindoli.

PARTYCANDIDATESVOTES*Status
BJPSubhash Chandra Baheria9,38,160Won
CongRam Pal Sharma3,26,160
BSPShivlalGurjar15,627
RTRPPawan Kumar Sharma13,148

6.Bhilwara

The 2019 General Election for Bhilwara constituency was held in the fourth phase. There are 8 assembly segments in Bhilwara Lok Sabha constituency. These include Asind, Mandal, Sahara, Bhilwara, Shahpura, Jahazpur, Mandalgarh and Hindoli.

PARTYCANDIDATESVOTES*Status
BJPSubhash Chandra Baheria9,38,160Won
CongRam Pal Sharma3,26,160
BSPShivlalGurjar15,627
RTRPPawan Kumar Sharma13,148

7.Churu

Churu Lok Sabha constituency went to polls on May 6 in the fifth phase of 2019 General Election. The poll results will be released on May 23.

PARTYCANDIDATESVOTES*Status
BJPRahul Kaswan7,92,999Won
CongRafique Mandelia4,58,597 
CPMBalwanPoonia25,090 
BSPHari Singh16,116 
INDSheela Shekhawat6,526 
INDSukhadevMeghwal4,582 
INDKumbha Ram Meena3,507 
INDBishanaram3,326 
APOISatyapal Bauddh3,080 
BRPDGomati DharampalKataria1,621 
INDDararam Nayak1,573 
INDAslam1,427 

8.Dausa

The 17th Lok Sabha Election 2019 in the Dausa constituency of Rajasthan was held in the fifth phase on May 6, 2019.

PARTYCANDIDATESVOTES*Status
BJPJaskaur Meena5,48,733Won
CongSavita Meena4,70,289 
BSPDwarka Prasad Maheshwara13,414 
NPSFChandra Prakash Meena5,798 
APOIRamphool Meena4,999 
INDMaliram Nayaka3,002 
INDRadheyShyam Meena2,624 
INDAnju Dhanka2,426 
INDBharti Meena2,034 
INDBimla Devi Meena1,190 
PPIDRinku Kumar Meena931 

9.Ganganagar

Ganganagar Lok Sabha constituency went to polls on May 6 in the fifth phase of 2019 General Election. The poll results will be released on May 23.

PARTYCANDIDATESVOTES*Status
BJPNihal Chand8,97,177Won
CongBharat Ram Meghwal76000 
CPIRavtaram18,309 
BSPLunarama11,579 
INDDr Balkrishan Panwar6,878 
INDSatish Kumar4,120 
INDBhajan Singh Gharoo3,414 
INDTitara Singh2,726 
INDNaresh Kumar1,820 

10.Jaipur

The Jaipur constituency is one of the 25 Lok Sabha constituencies in the state of Rajasthan. Jaipur Lok Sabha constituency went to polls on May 6 in the fifth phase of 2019 general election. The poll results will be released on May 23.

PARTYCANDIDATESVOTES*Status
BJPRam Charan Bohra9,24,065Won
CongJyoti Khandelwal4,93,439 
BSPUmraoSalodia7,867 
INDYogesh Sharma3,356 
SUCICKuldeep Singh2,623 
INDRam Charan Joshi2,187 
INDRam Janki Swami2,058 
PPIDRam Sahay Meena Kalky1,820 
INDYakub Khan1,630 
INDRamlalDhanaka1,536 
INDVinay Kumar Varma1,522 
INDManoj Kumar Joshi1,496 
INDShobhal Singh1,348 
APOIKailash Chand Jagarwal884 
INDBabita Wadhwani672 
SBPSanjay Garg508 
RJSPBhanwar Lal Joshi506 
INDHaripalBairwa440 
INDPrashant Saini384 
INDKamal Bhargav358 
RSVKPP Trilok Tiwari349 
INDPankaj Patel327 
INDSharad Chand Jain254 
INDVirad Singla253 

11.Jaipur Rural

The Jaipur Rural constituency is one of the 25 Lok Sabha constituencies in the state of Rajasthan. Jaipur Rural Lok Sabha constituency went to polls on May 06 in the fifth phase of 2019 general election. The poll results will be released on May 23.

PARTYCANDIDATESVOTES*Status
BJPRajyavardhan Rathore8,20,132Won
CongKrishna Poonia4,26,961
BSPVirender Singh Bidhuri7,976
INDVinod Sharma4,146
APOIRajendra Kumar3,800
INDRamsinghKasana1,834
BRPDRam Niwas NenawatMeghawal1,259
INDBanwari Lal Meena1,234 
INDRamsinghKasana1,834

12.Jalore

The Jaloreloksabha constituency consists of Ahore, Jalore, Bhinmal, Sanchore, Raniwara, Sirohi, Pindwara Abu and Reodar assembly seats. The Jalore, Pindwara Abu and Reodar seats are reserved for candidates belonging to scheduled caste category.

PARTYCANDIDATESVOTES*Status
BJPDevaji Patel7,72,833Won
CongRatan Devasi5,11,723
INDLukaram13,485
RRPKaluram12,284
INDLakharam Choudhary6,333
APOIRamprasad Jatav3,879
INDMohanlal3,466
BMUPBhanwerlal3,344
INDBheraramBarar (meghwal)3,321
INDDinesh Singh3,248
SSVijay Shree2,908
INDBhavaram2,527
INDNimbaram2,016
INDKapoora Ram Meena1,314
INDKheta Ram1,224

13.Jhalawar-Baran

Jhalwar-Baran Lok Sabha constituency, one of the total 25 Lok Sabha segments in Rajasthan state, goes to the polls in the fourth phase of general elections 2019 on April 29.

PARTYCANDIDATESVOTES*Status
BJPDushyant Singh8,87,400Won
CongPramod Sharma4,33,472
BSPBadree Lal13,338
INDHarish Kumar Dhakar7,422
INDMohammad Nasir5,107
INDAbdul Qayyum Siddiqui3,344
INDPrince Meena2,705

14.Jhunjhunu

Jhunjhunu Lok Sabha constituency went to polls on May 6 in the fifth phase of 2019 general election. The poll results will be released on May 23.

PARTYCANDIDATESVOTES*Status
BJPNarendra Kumar7,38,163Won
CongSharwanKumarGokal Ram4,35,616
INDSharwanKumarHukma Ram5,582
BMUPAjay Pal4,267
INDMohdYunus1,438
INDBhim Singh1,238
RTRPDr Tejpal Katewa803
RMGPKrishan Kumar Jangir798
INDBaldev Prasad Saini728
INDKailash Karwasara678
INDMahant Akash Giri617
INDGuru Gokul Chand Rashtrawadi502

15.Jodhpur

1934194 voters have been registered in this constituency this time. The voting will be held at 1993 polling stations. Jodhpur loksabha constituency consists of Phalodi, Lohawat, Shergarh, Sardarpura, Jodhpur, Soorsagar, Luni and Pokaran assembly seats.

PARTYCANDIDATESVOTES*Status
BJPGajendra Shekhawat7,88,888Won
CongVaibhav Gehlot5,14,448
BSPMukul Chaudhary11,703
BTPAmar Singh Kalundha7,263
INDVishekVishnoi4,521
INDShambhu Ram3,052
INDModa Ram Meghwal1,519
INDAnil Joya Meghwal1,327
INDTasleem933
INDChand Mohammad901

16.Karauli-Dholpur

The 17th Lok Sabha Election 2019 in the Karauli-Dholpur constituency of Rajasthan was held in the fifth phase on May 6, 2019.

PARTYCANDIDATESVOTES*Status
BJPManoj Rajoria5,26,443Won
CongSanjay Kumar4,28,761
BSPRamkumar25,718
APOIJeet Ram Bairwa7,020
PRPVijay Babu2,783 

17.Kota

Kota Lok Sabha constituency, one of the total 25 Lok Sabha segments in Rajasthan state, goes to the polls in the fourth phase of general elections 2019 on April 29.

PARTYCANDIDATESVOTES*Status
BJPOm Birla8,00,051Won
CongRamnarain Meena5,20,374
BSPHarish Kumar Lahri9,985
INDHergovind Meena4,511
INDEngineer Praveen Khandelwal4,097
INDSunil Madan3,036
INDSatish Bhardwaj2,464
INDKeshari Lal1,678
RKSPChandra Prakash1,488
SSBhim Singh Kuntal1,308
INDAbdul Asiph1,251
MCPIURajendra Prasad Singor1,161
BKPCaptain Somesh Bhatnagar1,154
PSSShobha Ram Nirmal996
AVPMahesh Kumar Raniwal891

18.Nagaur

The 17th Lok Sabha Election 2019 in the Nagaur constituency of Rajasthan was held in the fifth phase on May 6, 2019.

PARTYCANDIDATESVOTES*Status
RLPHanuman Beniwal6,60,051Won
CongDr Jyoti Mirdha4,78,791
INDSaroj Prajapat12,785
INDSohanaram Rathi10,210
RPOPHanumanram7,486
INDRavindra Singh Shekhawat7,115
INDDharmi Chand3,168
INDRam Chandra2,585
INDShiv Narayan2,403
INDC A Rastra Putra Hindu1,543
INDPrem Raj1,354
INDMadanlal1,312
INDDharmendra1,272

19.Pali

A total of 2146572 voters will exercise their franchise from the Pali constituency this time. The voting will be held at 2236 polling stations. The Pali Lok Sabha constituency consists of Sojat, Pali, Marwar Junction, Bali, Sumerpur, Osian, Bhopalgarh and Bilara assembly seats. The Sojat, Bhopalgarh and Bilara seats are reserved for candidates belonging to scheduled caste category.

PARTYCANDIDATESVOTES*Status
BJPP P Chaudhary9,00,149Won
CongBadriramJakhar4,18,552
SSKanhaiyalal Vaishnav7,745
APOIRamprasad Jatav6,244
INDHemant Kumar Singhvi5,139
IICRDr RamlalMohbarsha2,569
INDJagdish Chandra2,337
PSSLaxman Kumar1,884
INDShiv Narayan2,403
INDC A Rastra Putra Hindu1,543
INDPrem Raj1,354
INDMadanlal1,312
INDDharmendra1,272

20.Rajsamand

The 2019 General Election for Rajsamand seat in Rajasthan was held in the fourth phase.There are 8 assembly segments in the Rajsamand Lok Sabha Constituency. These include Beawar, Merta, Degana, Jaitaran, Bhim, Kumbhalgarh, Rajsamand and Nathdwara.

PARTYCANDIDATESVOTES*Status
BJPDiya Kumari8,63,039Won
CongDevkinandan (kaka)3,11,123
BSPChenaram15,955 
APOIChandra Prakash Tanwar12,887
INDRakesh Samdolav10,339
INDBhanwer Lal Mali5,923
INDBhanwar Lal Kumawat2,438
IPGPMishriKathat2,371
INDNeeru Ram Kapri1,550
INDJitendra Kumar Khatik1,549

21.Sikar

The Sikar constituency is one of the 25 Lok Sabha constituencies in the state of Rajasthan. Sikar Lok Sabha constituency went to polls on May 6 in the fifth phase of 2019 general election. The poll results will be released on May 23.

PARTYCANDIDATESVOTES*Status
BJPSumedhanandSaraswati7,72,104Won
CongSubhash Maharia4,74,948
CPMAmraram31,462
BJSTPVijendra Kumar12,416
INDBhagirath Singh KharrteBhadhadar8,034
BSPSita Devi6,831
INDBhagwan Sahay3,555
INDAjaypal3,355
INDVikas Kumar2,319
DSPDShivbhagwanSardiwal1,862
INDBansilalKataria1,462
INDAnkur Sharma805

22.Tonk-Sawai Madhopur

The Tonk-Sawai Madhopur Lok Sabha constituency consists of Gangapur, Bamanwas, Sawai Madhopur, Khandar, Malpura, Niwai, Tonk and Deoli-Uniara assembly seats. The Bamanwas, Khandar and Niwai seats are reserved for candidates belonging to scheduled caste and scheduled tribe category.

PARTYCANDIDATESVOTES*Status
BJPSukhbir Singh Jaunapuria6,44,319Won
CongNamonarayan5,33,028
BSPLaxmi Kant Bairwa23,301
IPGPGanesh Meena7,167
APOINaresh Kumar Atal5,382
INDPrem Lata Banshiwal4,795
SSMukesh Kumar4,600
RKPBajrang Lal Meena1,892

23.Udaipur

The Udaipur constituency will go to polls on April 29. In the fourth phase of general election 2019, Udaipur is among 13 other constituencies in the State to witness voting. Rest of the constituencies in Rajasthan will vote on May 6 in the fifth phase.

PARTYCANDIDATESVOTES*Status
BJPArjunlal Meena8,71,548Won
CongRaghuvir Singh Meena4,33,634
BTPBirdhi Lal Chhanwal51,643
CPIGhanshyam Singh Tawar18,386
BSPKesulal Meena16,318
CPIMLRKika Mina13,099
APOIHarji Lal Meena11,855
STBPShankerlal5,690
BMUPParbhulal Meena4,166