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Elections in Rajasthan (RJ) - 2014 Results

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SP triumphs in UP, Congress wins in Rajasthan, BJP stuns Bengal
September 16, 2014 03:49 PM
The Congress and the Samajwadi Party, which suffered a rout in the general elections, bounced back Tuesday in the assembly bypolls in Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh. For the first time in 15 years, the BJP will now have its lawmaker in the West Bengal assembly. In Gujarat, the BJP romped home in Vadodara Lok Sabha seat that was vacated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi after he also won from Varanasi parliamentary constituency. The Maninagar assembly seat, which Modi once represented, too saw a BJP victory. But, the Congress wrested three seats from the BJP, which retained six seats. In Andhra Pradesh, the ruling Telugu Desam Party (TDP) retained Nandigama assembly seat, while the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) too retained Medak Lok Sabha seat in neighbouring Telangana. Source: IANS
Congress wins 3 out of 4 assembly seats in Rajasthan
September 16, 2014 11:40 AM
Congress won Nasirabad, Weir and Surajgarh seats in Rajasthan, whereas BJP had to contend with the lone seat of Kota South.  
BJP leads in three of Rajasthan's four assembly seats
September 16, 2014 09:52 AM
Early trends on Tuesday show BJP leading in three of the four assembly seats where bypolls were held in the desert state of Rajasthan.  BJP was leading in Weir, Nasirabad and Kota South constituency while the Congress candidate was leading in Surajgarh assembly constituency. The byelections were necessitated as BJP legislators Sanwar Lal Jat from Nasirabad, Om Birla from Kota South, Santosh Ahlawat from Surajgarh, and Bahadur Singh Koli from Weir got elected to the Lok Sabha. Over 65.25 percent of 8.95 lakh voters had cast their votes in these four constituencies in the polling held Sep 13. Source: IANS
BJP leads in three of Rajasthan's four assembly seats
September 16, 2014 09:46 AM
 Early trends Tuesday show BJP leading in three of the four assembly seats where bypolls were held in the desert state of Rajasthan. BJP was leading in Weir, Nasirabad and Kota South constituency while the Congress candidate was leading in Surajgarh assembly constituency. Source: IANS
Polling picks up in Rajasthan
September 13, 2014 02:51 PM
Voting picked up by Saturday afternoon in the by-polls for four Rajasthan assembly constituencies. "The polling has been peaceful so far and as per tentative information, over 41.20 percent of the 8.95 lakh electors had cast their votes till 1 p.m.," an election department official told IANS. The maximum polling of over 45 percent was reported from Surajgarh and the minimum of over 36 percent from Kota south till 1 p.m. Source: IANS

Rajasthan Bye Elections 2014

Constituencystatuscandidate namepartyVotes
Kota South WinnerSandeep Sharma BJP 84233
Nasirabad WinnerRamnarayan INC 66648
Surajgarh WinnerSharwan Kumar INC 70527
Weir WinnerBhajanlal INC 77305

Rajasthan (RJ) Bye Elections 2014

The by-polls to the four assembly constituencies of Rajasthan are scheduled to be held on August 21. The four constituencies where polling will take place are Nasirabad, Weir, Kota (South) and Surajgarh Assembly constituencies.

The seats were left vacant after the election of the sitting MLAs, Sanwar Lal Jat from Nasirabad, Om Birla from Kota (South), Santosh Ahlawat from Surajgarh and Bahadur Singh Koli from Weir to the Lok Sabha.

Rajasthan Lok Sabha Election Summary 2014

BJP was victorious at the Lok Sabha level in Rajasthan and bagged all the seats of the state. It was a sweeping victory for the party which defeated its opponent Indian National Congress (INC).
The "land of the kings", Rajasthan is the largest state in India. The state has a political status in the country with many leading political parties which focus on grabbing the seats. The state is presently headed by its Chief Minister Vasundhara Scindia Raje who governs the state under the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The last Lok Sabha elections held in the year 2009 was won by the Indian National Congress (INC) but the 2013 Assembly polls changed the political scenario of the state as BJP won the polls who also expected to win maximum number of seats in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls too. The parties campaigned hard in the state by conducting rallies and roadshows by major leaders. The elections were held in two different in the state and fair amount of voter turnout was reported. According to the exit and the opinion polls, BJP was predicted to bag maximum number of seats followed by INC. But, BJP managed to bag the entire lot of Lok Sabha seats in the state.

The 5,000 years old historic state of Rajasthan is also called the 'land of kings'. Rajasthan is the largest state in India, with an area of 342,239 square kilometers. Jaipur- The 'Pink City' the capital of Rajasthan. There are 33 districts and 25 parliamentary constituencies in Rajasthan, of which four are reserved for candidates from Schedule Caste and three for schedule Tribes.

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Quick facts for Rajasthan Elections 2014 About Rajasthan Elections Political Parties in Rajasthan
The regional parties in Rajasthan State Legislative Assembly of Rajasthan List of Chief Ministers of Rajasthan
List of Governors of Rajasthan Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Rajasthan Party Wise Lok Sabha Election Results 2014
Latest News And Update PCs and ACs Elections Results of Rajasthan Rajya Sabha Members from Rajasthan
Cabinet Ministers of Rajasthan Bye Elections for Assembly Constituencies

Quick facts for Rajasthan Elections 2014

Parliamentary Constituencies
Assembly Constituencies 200
Ruling PartyBharatiya Janata Party
Opposition PartyIndian NationalCongress
Chief MinisterVasundhara Scindia Raje
GovernorKalyan Singh
Chief Electoral OfficerAshok Jain
AddressOffice of Chief Electoral Officer, Secretariat, Jaipur

About Rajasthan Elections

The 5,000 years old historic state of Rajasthan is also called the 'land of kings'. With an area of 342,239 square kilometers, Rajasthan is the largest state in India. The famous Thar Desert, also called the Great Indian Desert is situated in this state. The 'Pink City' Jaipur is its capital. Rajasthan has a vibrant political history. It was the site of the oldest Indus Valley Civilization and was a significant part of the ancient Mauryan Empire before a number of Rajput clans took independent control of various parts of the land till 1200 AD. Some parts of Rajasthan such as Ranthambore and Ajmer came under Mughal control from the beginning of the 13th century. It was only during Akbar's reign that he was successful in politically uniting the whole of Rajasthan as a province.

After the decline of the Mughal domination in 1707 AD, parts of Rajasthan were captured by the Maratha confederacy. The British concluded treaties of alliance with the different clans of Rajputs in 1817-18, when they ruled over India. Thus, Rajasthan which was now called Rajputana, came under British domination. When India got its independence in 1947, Rajputana was a loose heterogeneous conglomeration of different political entities. It consisted of 19 princely states, 2 chieftainships of Lava and Kushalgarh, a British administered province of Ajmer-Merwara and some areas outside its boundaries. The integration process of what we presently know as Rajasthan was done in 7 stages, from March 1948 to November 1956.

Today, Rajasthan consists of 33 districts. The first elected Chief Minister of Rajasthan was Heera Lal Shastri of the Indian National Congress. The first Governor of Rajasthan was Gurmukh Nihal Singh. The present Chief Minister of this state is Vasundhara Raje of the Bharatiya Janata Party.See Rajasthan Assembly Election 2013 Results

Results of the Rajasthan Assembly elections were declared on December 8. The ruling Congress government with Ashok Gehlot as the Chief Minister was rooted out of power by the BJP, which registered significant victory in the state. Out of the 199 Assembly constituencies which went to polls on December 1, the BJP bagged 162 seats, while the Congress managed to win a mere 21 seats. Other political parties got a total of 16 seats. In 2008, in comparison, the Congress had won 96 assembly seats whereas the BJP had won only 78 seats. Vasundhara Raje, BJP's Chief Ministerial candidate in Rajasthan, won in the Jhalrapatan constituency from where she contested. She will become the next Chief Minister of Rajasthan. The Congress regime in the state was suffering a strong anti-incumbency wave owing to the corruption and criminal charges against the Congress ministers of the state as well as in the Centre. This success of the BJP in the state is being attributed to BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi's campaigning which attracted a large number of voters.

Political Parties in Rajasthan

Every election, the two dominant political parties in Rajasthan are the Indian National Congress (INC) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The two prominent leaders who have been the most important in the politics of Rajasthan are Bhairon Singh Shekhawat of the BJP and Mohan Lal Sukhadia of the INC. There are 25 Parliamentary constituencies in Rajasthan.
  • INC - Indian National Congress
  • BJP - Bharatiya Janata Party
  • CPIM - Communist Party of India, Marxist
  • BSP - Bahujan Samaj Party
  • CPI - Communist Party of India
  • NCP - Nationalist Congress Party

The regional parties in Rajasthan are:

  • INLD - Indian National Lok Dal
  • JD(U) - Janata Dal (United)
  • JD(S) - Janata Dal (Secular)
  • RLD - Rashtriya Lok Dal
  • AIFB - All India Forward Bloc
  • CPI (ML) (L) - Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) (Liberation)
  • SP - Samajwadi Party
  • SHS - Shivsens
  • Lok Jan Shakti Party
  • Rajasthan Samajik Naya Manch

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State Legislative Assembly of Rajasthan

Rajasthan has a unicameral legislature. The Rajasthan Vidhan Sabha or the Legislative Assembly is situated in the capital city of Jaipur. It was first formed in March 1952. There is a total of 200 Assembly constituencies in Rajasthan which is represented by 200 MLAs or Members of Parliament. Out of the 200 seats, 143 are general seats, 33 seats are reserved for the Scheduled Caste category and 24 for the Scheduled Tribes category. There are a number of seats reserved for women. The term of the Legislative Assembly is 5 years, if it is not dissolved sooner. Periodic elections are held to elect members of the Vidhan Sabha. There are three sessions of the Rajasthan Legislative Assembly - budget, winter and monsoon. The Governor is the Nominal Head of the state, nominated by the President of India. The Chief Minister is the head of the government, vested with real executive powers. The CM is also the Leader of the House. The present Speaker of the Vidhan Sabha is Deependra Singh Shekhawat. Ramnarain Meena is the present Deputy Speaker. The current Legislative Assembly, which is the 13th Assembly of the Rajasthan Vidhan Sabha, was elected in 2009.

List of Chief Ministers of Rajasthan

Sr.no.Chief Ministers NameFromToParty Name
1Vasundhara Raje Scindia Dec 13, 2013PresentBJP
2Ashok Gehlot Dec 12, 2008Dec 13, 2013INC
3Vasundhara Raje Scindia Dec 8, 2003Dec 11, 2008BJP
4Ashok Gehlot Dec 1, 1998Dec 8, 2003INC
5Bhairon Singh Shekhawat Dec 4, 1993Nov 29, 1998BJP
6President's ruleDec 15, 1992Dec 4, 1993 
7Bhairon Singh Shekhawat Mar 4, 1990Dec 15, 1992BJP
8Hari Dev Joshi Dec 4, 1989Mar 4, 1990INC
9Shiv Charan Mathur Jan 20, 1988Dec 4, 1989INC
10Hari Dev Joshi Mar 10, 1985Jan 20, 1988INC
11Hira Lal Devpura Feb 23, 1985Mar 10, 1985INC
12Shiv Charan Mathur Jul 14, 1981Feb 23, 1985INC
13Jagannath Pahadia Jun 6, 1980Jul 13, 1981INC
14Bhairon Singh Shekhawat Jun 22, 1977Feb 16, 1980JP
15President's ruleApr 29, 1977Jun 22, 1977 
16Hari Dev Joshi Aug 11, 1973Apr 29, 1977INC
17Barkatullah Khan Jul 9, 1971Aug 11, 1973INC
18Mohan Lal Sukhadia Apr 26, 1967Jul 9, 1971INC
19President's ruleMar 13, 1967Apr 26, 1967 
20Mohan Lal Sukhadia Mar 12, 1962Mar 13, 1967INC
21Mohan Lal Sukhadia Apr 11, 1957Mar 11, 1962INC
22Mohan Lal Sukhadia Nov 13, 1954Apr 11, 1957INC
23Jai Narayan Vyas Nov 1, 1952Nov 12, 1954INC
24Tika Ram Paliwal Mar 3, 1952Oct 31, 1952INC
25Jai Narayan Vyas Apr 26, 1951Mar 3, 1952INC
26C S Venkatachari Jan 6, 1951Apr 25, 1951INC
27Heera Lal Shastri Apr 7, 1949Jan 5, 1951INC

List of Governors of Rajasthan

Sr.no.Governors NameFromTo
1Kalyan SinghAugust 26, 2014Present
2Margaret AlvaApril 28, 2012August 26, 2014
3Shivraj Patil (additional charge)April 26, 2010April 28, 2012
4Prabha RauDecember 2, 2009April 26, 2010
5S. K. SinghSeptember 6, 2007December 1, 2009
6Akhlaqur Rahman Kidwai (additional charge)June 21, 2007September 6, 2007
7Pratibha PatilNovember 8, 2004June 21, 2007
8T. V. Rajeswar (additional charge)November 1, 2004November 8, 2004
9Madan Lal KhuranaJanuary 14, 2004November 1, 2004
10Kailashpati Mishra (additional charge)September 22, 2003January 14, 2004
11Nirmal Chandra JainMay 14, 2003September 22, 2003
12Anshuman SinghJanuary 16, 1999May 14, 2003
13Navrang Lal Tibrewal (acting)May 25, 1998January 16, 1999
14Darbara SinghMay 1, 1998May 24, 1998
15Bali Ram BhagatJune 30, 1993May 1, 1998
16Dhanik Lal Mandal (additional charge)May 31, 1993June 30, 1993
17Marri Chenna ReddyFebruary 5, 1992May 31, 1993
18Swarup Singh (acting)August 26, 1991February 5, 1992
19Debi Prasad ChattopadhyayaFebruary 14, 1990August 26, 1991
20Milap Chand Jain (acting)February 3, 1990February 14, 1990
21Sukhdev PrasadFebruary 20, 1988February 3, 1990
22Vasantrao PatilNovember 20, 1985October 15, 1987
23Om Prakash MehraMarch 6, 1982January 4, 1985
24K.D. Sharma (acting)August 8, 1981March 6, 1982
25Raghukul TilakMay 17, 1977August 8, 1981
26Vedpal Tyagi (acting)February 15, 1977May 11, 1977
27Sardar Jogendra SinghJuly 1, 1972February 15, 1977
28Sardar Hukam SinghApril 16, 1967July 1, 1972
29SampurnanandApril 16, 1962April 16, 1967
30Gurumukh Nihal SinghNovember 1, 1956April 16, 1962

Cabinet Ministers of Rajasthan

MinistriesName of Minsiter
Chief Minister, finance minister& State Motor GarageSmt. Vasundhara Raje
Rural Development and Panchayati Raj, Disaster Management & Relief Sh. Gulab Chand Kataria
Medical and Health, Ayurveda, Medical and Health Services (ESI), Parliamentary AffairsSh. Rajendra Singh Rathore
Education (Primary, Secondary and Higher Education), Sanskrit Education, Technical Education Sh. Kali Charan Saraf
Water Resources, Indira Gandhi Canal Project, Public Health Engineering, Ground Water, Command Area Development and Water Utilization Sh. Sanwar Lal Jat
Agriculture (Including Agricultural Marketing), Department of Animal Husbandry, Fisheries, DairySh. Prabhu Lal Saini
Energy Department Sh. Gajendra Singh
Public Works DepartmentSh. Yunus khan
Tribal Area DevelopmentSh. NandLal Meena

Rajya Sabha Members from Rajasthan

Shri Anand SharmaIndian National Congress 05/07/2010 to 04/07/2016Shri Ashk Ali TakIndian National Congress 05/07/2010 to 04/07/2016
Shri Narendra BudaniaIndian National Congress 04/04/2012 to 03/04/2018Shri Ram Narain Dudi Bharatiya Janata Party 10/04/2014 to 09/04/2020
Shri Vijay Goel Bharatiya Janata Party 10/04/2014 to 09/04/2020Shri Ram Jethmalani Independent & Others 05/07/2010 to 04/07/2016
Shri Narayan Lal Panchariya Bharatiya Janata Party 10/04/2014 to 09/04/2020Shri V.P. Singh Badnore Bharatiya Janata Party 05/07/2010 to 04/07/2016
Dr. Abhishek Manu SinghviIndian National Congress03/04/2012 to 02/04/2018Shri Bhupender YadavBharatiya Janata Party04/04/2012 to 03/04/2018

Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Rajasthan

The Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Rajasthan is Ashok Jain, appointed in 2010. He is an IAS officer from the 1981 Rajasthan cadre and has degrees in Electronics Communication and Project Management. He is based in Jaipur and is a native of Rajasthan..

Bye Elections for Assembly Constituencies

S.No.Event Date
1Issue of Notification20th August, 2014 (Wednesday)
2Last Date of Making Nominations27th August, 2014 (Wednesday)
3Scrutiny of Nominations28th August, 2014 (Thursday)
4Last Date of Withdrawal of Candidatures30th August, 2014 (Saturday)
5Date of Poll13th September, 2014 (Saturday)
6Counting of Votes16th September, 2014 (Tuesday)
7Date before which election shall be completed19th September, 2014 (Friday)

Rajasthan Lok Sabha Election Results 2014 - Party wise

Shown below are the number of seats won by BJP, INC, AAP and others in Rajasthan Lok Sabha Elections 2014.

Rajasthan 2014 Party Wise Results
Below shown is the result for all important candidates for Rajasthan Lok Sabha Elections 2014.
Sachin Pilot
INC constituency:Ajmer
Votes so far: 465891
Jaswant Singh
IND constituency:Barmer?
Votes so far: 401286
C.P Joshi
INC constituency:Jaipur Rural
Votes so far: 300034

Shown below is the list of winner/runnerup candidates of all parliamentary constituencies ofRajasthan with their party name and symbol along with the votes secured by each candidate.

Alwar WinnerChand Nath
Runner upBhanwar Jitendra Singh
Bhilwara WinnerSubhash Baheria
Runner upAshok Chandna
Jaipur Rural WinnerRajyavardhan Singh Rathore
Runner upC.P Joshi
Chittorgarh WinnerChandra Prakash Joshi
Runner upDr. Girija Vyas
Jhunjhunu Winner Santosh Ahlawat
Runner up Rajbala Ola
Udaipur WinnerArjunlal Meena
Runner upRaghuvir Singh
Bikaner WinnerArjun Ram Meghwal
Runner upEr. Shankar Pannu
Barmer WinnerCol. Sona Ram
Runner upJaswant Singh
Pali WinnerP P Choudhary
Runner upMunni
Ajmer WinnerSanwar Lal Jat
Runner upSachin Pilot
Dausa WinnerHarish Chandra Meena
Runner upDr. Kirodi Lal *
Bharatpur WinnerBahadur Singh
Runner upDr.Suresh Jatav
Kota WinnerOm Birla
Runner upIjyaraj Singh
Jaipur WinnerRamcharan Bohara
Runner upDr. Mahesh Joshi
Rajsamand WinnerHari Om Singh Rathore
Runner upGopal Singh Shekhawat
Sikar WinnerSumedha Nand Saraswati
Runner Up-----------
Banswara WinnerManshankar Ninama
Runner up Resham Malviya
Churu WinnerRahul Kaswan
Runner upAbhinesh Maharshi
Jalore WinnerDevji Patel
Runner upAnjana Udai Lal
Ganganagar WinnerNihalchand Meghwal
Runner upMaster Bhanwarlal Meghwal
Jodhpur WinnerGajendrasingh Shekhawat
Runner up Chandresh Kumari
Nagaur WinnerChhotu Ram Chaudhary
Runner up Jyoti Mirdha
Tonk-Sawai Madhopur WinnerSukhbir Singh Jaunapuria
Runner upMohammed Azharuddin
Karauli-Dholpur WinnerManoj Rajoria
Runner upLakkhiram
Jhalawar-Baran WinnerDushyant Singh
Runner upPramod Bhaya

Last Updated on September 23, 2014

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