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Legislative Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) of India

Upcoming Assembly Elections in India
Madhya Pradesh Assembly 2018Chhattisgarh Assembly 2018
Telangana Assembly 2018Rajasthan Assembly 2018
Mizoram Assembly 2018

About Legislative Assembly

A legislative assembly or Vidhan Sabha is a legislative body in a state of India. It is the lower house of a state legislature (The legislative council is the upper house in those states which have bicameral legislature). The Vidhan Sabha is the assembly comprising the members elected directly by the people of the state through adult electoral suffrage. Through the elections to the legislative assembly, the state’s Chief Minister, his Council of Ministers and rest of the MLAs are elected.

There is no uniform number of seats allocated to state assemblies; it differs from state to state. The number of seats for a particular assembly is fixed and decided by the Election Commission of India on the basis of the population of the respective states. For instance, the legislative assembly of Uttar Pradesh has the highest number of assembly seats with 404 because the state's population is also the highest amongst all the Indian states. Similarly, the legislative assembly of Sikkim has merely 32 seats owing to its small population.

Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Elections, 2018

5 legislative states (Vidhan Sabha) are going to poll in late 2018. In the West, Assembly Elections are to be held in Rajasthan. It will be a tough fight between incumbent BJP and Congress who are campaigning hard to ensure victory in the state. In the South, Telangana goes for snap polls after KCR dissolved the assembly. In Madhya Pradesh Assembly Elections congress will look for an opportunity to come back in power after 2 decades of BJP rule, this is a crucial state for BJP and their performance in this state will reflect the mood of the nation for the Upcoming General Elections (Lok Sabha) in 2019. The other two states going to poll will be Chhattisgarh and Mizoram towards the end of November.

*The elections were held in 222 Assembly constituencies. Elections in RR Nagar constituency has been deferred to May 28, while the elections in Jayanagar constituency have been postponed due to death of BJP MLA and contestant B N Vijaykumar. The dates for Jayanagar polls will be updated as EC notification.

Qualification for Membership of the Vidhan Sabha

A person seeking membership of the Vidhan Sabha must possess the following qualifications:
1. He must be a citizen of India.
2. He must not be less than 25 years of age.
3. He must have a sound mind.
4. He must not have any criminal record declared by a competent court.
5. He must not be bankrupt.
6. He should be a voter from any constituency of the concerned state.

Presiding Officers in Vidhan Sabha

The Speaker is responsible for conducting all the meetings of the Vidhan Sabha. The Deputy Speaker presides over the house when the Speaker is absent. The Speaker manages the debates and discussions in the Vidhan Sabha and takes a neutral judgment. Both the Speaker and the Deputy Speaker are elected by the majority vote of the members of the Assembly.

Legislative Powers of Vidhan Sabha

In the legislative sphere, both the Houses have been given equal powers by the Constitution. Law making is the prime responsibility and function of the assembly.

Exclusive Powers of Vidhan Sabha

  • A motion of no confidence can only be initiated in the Vidhan Sabha.
  • In the case of money bill, the Vidhan Sabha is the sole authority.
  • In ordinary bills, the decision of the Vidhan Sabha is final.
  • By a majority of two-thirds, the Vidhan Sabha can ask the President to create or dissolve the Vidhan Parishad.
  • It has the powers to make laws on every subject in the state list and concurrent list.
  • The members of the legislative assembly play a role in electing the President of India. The elected members of the legislative assemblies and the Parliament elect the President.

List Showing the Number of Assembly Constituencies in Each State

StateNo. of Assembly ConstituenciesRuling Party
Andhra Pradesh175Telugu Desam Party
Arunachal Pradesh60Bharatiya Janata Party
Assam126Bharatiya Janata Party
Bihar243Janata Dal (United)
Chhattisgarh90Bharatiya Janata Party
Delhi70Aam Aadmi Party
Goa40Bharatiya Janata Party
Gujarat182Bharatiya Janata Party
Haryana90Bharatiya Janata Party
Himachal Pradesh68Bharatiya Janata Party
Jammu and Kashmir87PDP - BJP alliance
Jharkhand81Bharatiya Janata Party
Karnataka224Janata Dal(Secular)
Kerala140Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Madhya Pradesh230Bharatiya Janata Party
Maharashtra289Bharatiya Janata Party
Manipur60Bharatiya Janata Party
Meghalaya60National People's Party
Mizoram40Indian National Congress
Nagaland60Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party
Orissa147Biju Janata Dal
Punjab117Indian National Congress
Pondicherry30Indian National Congress
Rajasthan200Bharatiya Janata Party
Sikkim32Sikkim Democratic Front
Tamil Nadu234All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
Telangana119Telangana Rashtra Samithi
Tripura60Bharatiya Janata Party
Uttarakhand70Bhartiya Janta Party
Uttar pradesh403Bharatiya Janata Party
West Bengal294All India Trinamool Congress

Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Elections, 2017

A number of state legislative assemblies are set to complete their tenure and go to polls in 2017. In the north, assembly elections are to be held in Punjab, Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh. The Congress and Aam Aadmi Party are campaigning hard to wrest Punjab from the ruling SAD-BJP alliance. In Uttarakhand, it promises to be a close fight between the BJP and Congress. The Uttar Pradesh assembly elections are deemed as mini- Lok Sabha elections. As the largest state in India in terms of population, it returns the highest number of MPs in the Lok Sabha. Elections in this state are going to be an interesting four-cornered contest among the BJP, Congress, Samajwadi and Bahujan Samaj Party. The other three states going to polls would be Goa in the south-west, Manipur in the northeast and Gujarat towards the end of the year.

Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Elections, 2016

Assembly elections were held in May 2016 in the four states of Assam, West Bengal, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and the union territory Puducherry. The BJP emerged victorious in the frontier state of Assam ending the Congress' 15-year-long tenure in the state. Led by Mamata Banerjee, ruling party Trinamool Congress returned to power in West Bengal. Down south, AIADMK matriarch Jayalalithaa also withstood anti-incumbency and inflicted defeat on rival DMK to become the state's chief minister for a record sixth term. In Kerala, the main opposition LDF clinched victory while the Congress won in Puducherry.

State Assembly Elections 2015 in India

Delhi Assembly Election 2015

The 2015 elections to the legislative assembly of Delhi were historic. The elections had taken place after a year of political turmoil in the national capital, in which the Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) created history by registering a resounding victory. The AAP won an unbelievable 67 of the 70 assembly seats, while the rest three went to the BJP. The INC was uprooted to extinction. Arvind Kejriwal, the AAP Chief, became the Chief Minister of the national capital for a second time.

Delhi Assembly Election Results 2015

State Assembly Elections 2014 in India

Maharashtra Assembly Election 2014

Maharashtra is situated in the western part of India. It is the second most populated state of the country comprising more than 110 million people. The capital of Maharashtra, Mumbai, is also the financial capital of India. The state covers an area of 1,18,809 square miles. Like the other states in the country, Maharashtra has a parliamentary system of governance. The state legislature consists of two houses: the Vidhan Parishad (Legislative Council) and the Vidhan Sabha (Legislative Assembly). The state is divided into 288 constituencies.

The first assembly elections were held in 1960 in Maharashtra in which Indian National Congress (INC) emerged victorious. The number of constituencies at that time were 264, out of which 33 were reserved for the Scheduled Castes and 14 for the Scheduled Tribes. However, during the third assembly elections in 1967, the constituencies were increased to 270. At present, out of the 288 constituencies, 29 are reserved for the Scheduled Castes and 25 for the Scheduled Tribes. In 2009 elections, Congress-NCP coalition was the winner. Congress bagged 82 assembly seats and NCP won 62 seats. BJP managed to get only 46 seats as against 54 in 2004 assembly elections.

The state assembly elections, 2014 were held on 15 October as the term of 12th Assembly was ending on 7 December 2014. The Bharatiya Janata Party came out with an impressive performance bagging 122 out of 288 seats. The Shiva Sena, which bagged 63 seats, was the second best party. The Indian National Congress (INC) and the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) had to settle for 42 and 41 seats respectively.

After much reluctance and differences, the two largest parties - BJP and Shiva Sena - reconciled and formed a coalition government in the state. Following the coming together of BJP and Shiva Sena, BJP's Devendra Fadnavis was sworn in as the chief minister of the state on 31 October 2014. Fadnavis is the first BJP chief minister of Maharashtra.

Maharashtra Assembly Election Results 2014
Haryana Assembly Elections 2014

The Chief Minister is the de facto head of the state, who has all the executive and administrative powers. The state has a unicameral legislature and the Legislative Assembly comprises 90 members. The state sends five members to the Rajya Sabha, the upper house of the parliament, and 10 to the Lok Sabha, the lower house.

Haryana has been a battleground for the Indian National Lok Dal party and the Indian National Congress (INC). In the 2009 assembly elections INC was victorious and Bhupinder Singh Hooda was elected as the Chief Minister for a second term.

The 2014 elections for the legislative assembly of Haryana were held on 15 October. The polling took place in a single phase simultaneously in all the 90 assembly constituencies. The elections witnessed a record electorate turnout of 76.54 %. The fate of a total of 1,351 candidates was decided by the state's electorate.16,244 polling booths were set up across the state. The verdict of the people was announced on 19 October by the Election Commission of India.

The Indian National Congress could win only 15 seats. In the 2009 elections it had won 40 seats and had formed a coalition government. The Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) captured 19 seats; 12 less than what it had got in 2009.

The rest of parties and independent candidates could not account for much as the three major parties had grabbed the bulk of the seats. However, the incumbent Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda won the Garhi Sampla-Kiloli assembly seat with 80,693 votes.

BJP's victory in the state resulted in the appointment of Haryana's first BJP Chief Minister - Manohar Lal Khattar. Khattar, who won the Karnal constituency, bagged 82,485 votes. He defeated Jai Prakash Gupta of INLD by a huge margin of 63,773 votes. Gupta could manage only 18,712 votes.

Other BJP contenders for the CM's chair were BJP's Haryana state president Ram Bilas Sharma, BJP Kisan Cell leader O.P. Dhankar, spokesperson Bhimanyu and MLA Anil Vij. However, Manohar Lal Khattar was appointed as the CM of the state. Manohar Lal Khattar was sworn-in as the Chief Minister of Haryana on 26 October 2014.

Haryana Assembly Election Results 2014
Jammu and Kashmir Assembly Elections 2014

Jammu and Kashmir, situated in the Himalayan mountains, shares international border with China in the east and north. The state comprises three regions namely, Jammu, the Kashmir valley and Ladakh. Srinagar is the summer capital, and Jammu is the winter capital. Under the constitution of Jammu and Kashmir, the governor is the head of state, and is appointed by the President of India. He is assisted by the Chief Minister and a council of ministers. The legislature consists of two houses: the Legislative Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) and the smaller Legislative Council (Vidhan Parishad). Jammu, Kashmir valley and Ladakh regions sends 37, 46 and 4 members respectively to the Legislative Assembly.

The assembly elections for 2014 in Jammu and Kashmir were held in five phases starting on 25 November and ending on 20 December. The results were announced on 23 December. The PDP got 28 seats. The BJP emerged as the second largest party in the state winning 25 seats. Omar Abdullah led JKNC bagged 15 seats while the INC settled for only 12.

The two biggest parties in the elections, PDP and BJP were in talks of joining hands and forming a coalition government but failed to reach an agreement. Consequently, Governor's Rule was imposed in the state on 9 January 2015.

Jammu & Kashmir Assembly Election Results 2014

Jharkhand Assembly Election Results 2014

Bahujan Samaj Party1
Bharatiya Janata Party37
Indian National Congress6
AJSU Party5
Jharkhand Mukti Morcha19
Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (Prajatantrik)8
Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) (Liberation)1
Jai Bharat Samanta Party1
Jharkhand Party1
Marxist Co-Ordination1
Navjawan Sangharsh Morcha1

Andhra Pradesh Assembly Election Results 2014

S. NoAC NameNameParty NameMargin Votes
1Achanta Satyanarayana Pithani TDP 3920
2Addanki Ravi Kumar Gottipati YSRCP 4235
3Badvel Thiriveedi. Jayaramulu . YSRCP 9502
4Banaganapalle Janardhana Reddy B.C. TDP 17341
5Chandragiri Chevireddy Bhaskar Reddy YSRCP 4518
6Cheepurupalli Kimidi Mrunalini W/O Kimidi Ganapathi Rao TDP 20842
7Darsi Raghava Rao Sidda TDP 1374
8Denduluru Chinthamaneni Prabhakar TDP 17746
9Eluru Badeti Kota Ramarao (Bujji) TDP 24603
10Etcherla Kalavenkatarao Kimidi TDP 4741

Arunachal Pradesh Assembly Election Results 2014

S. NoAC NameNameParty NameMargin Votes
1Along East Jarkar Gamlin INC 932
2Along West Tumke Bagra BJP 2586
3Bameng Kumar Waii INC 1859
4Basar Sri Gojen Gadi INC 1799
5Changlang South Phosum Khimhum INC 1994
6ChayangTajo Karya Bagang INC 415
7Dambuk Smt Gum Tayeng INC 1189
8Daporijo Dikto Yekar INC 37
9Hayuliang Kalikho Pul INC 5770
10Itanagar Techi Kaso INC 4841

Assam Assembly Election Results 2011

S. NoAC NameNameParty NameVotes
1RatabariKripanatd MallahINC33043
2PatharkandiMonilal GowalaINC44986
3Karimganj NorthKamalakhya Dey PurkayasthaINC45027
4Karimganj SouthSiddeque AhmedINC45395
5BadarpurJamal Uddin AhmedINC35869
6HailakandiAbdul Muhib MazumderINC33038
7KatlicheraGautam RoyINC65435
8AlgapurSahidul Alam ChoudhuryAGP57167
9SilcharSushmita DevINC60978
10SonaiAnamul HaqueINC63611

Bihar Assembly Election Results 2010

S. NoAC NameNameParty NameVotes
1BagahaPrabhat Ranjan SinghJD(U)67510
2BettiahRenu DeviBJP42010
3ChanpatiaChandra Mohan RaiBJP44835
4LauriyaVinay BihariIND38381
5NarkatiaganjSatish Chandra DubeyBJP45022
6NautanManorma PrasadJD(U)40894
7RamnagarBhagirathi DeviBJP51993
8RaxaulDr. Ajay Kumar SinghBJP48686
9SiktaDilip VarmaIND49229
10Valmiki NagarRajesh SinghJD(U)42289

Chhattisgarh Assembly Election Results 2013

S. NoAC NameNameParty NameVotes
1AmbikapurTs Baba INC84668
2BaikunthpurBhaiyalal Rawade BJP45471
3Bharatpur-SonhatChampa Devi Pawle BJP42968
4BhatgaonParas Nath Rajwade INC67339
5JashpurRajsharan Bhagat BJP79419
6KunkuriRohit Kumar Sahu BJP76593
7LailungaSuniti Satyanand Rathia BJP75093
8LundraChintamani Maharaj INC64771
9ManendragarhShyam Bihari Jaiswal BJP32613
10PathalgaonShivshankar Painkra BJP71485

Delhi Assembly Election Results 2013

S. NoAC NameNameParty NameVotes
1Adarsh NagarRam Kishan SinghalBJP36985
2BadliDevender YadavINC54372
3BallimaranHaroon YusufINC32105
4BawanaGugan SinghBJP68407
5BurariSanjeev JhaAAP60164
6Chandni ChowkParlad Singh SawhneyINC26335
7Hari NagarJagdeep SinghAAP38912
8Karol BaghVishesh RaviAAP35818
9KirariAnil JhaBJP72283
10MadipurGirish SoniAAP36393

Goa Assembly Election Results 2012

S. NoAC NameNameParty NameVotes
1AldonaTiclo Glenn J V A E SouzaBJP11315
2BicholimNaresh Rajaram SawalIND8331
3CalanguteMichael Vincent LoboBJP9891
4CumbarjuaPandurang A. MadkaikarINC9556
5DabolimMauvin Heliodoro GodinhoINC7468
6MandremLaxmikant ParsekarBJP11955
7MapusaFrancis D'SouzaBJP14955
8MarcaimRamkrishna Alias Sudin DhavalikarMAG14952
9MayemAnant ShetBJP12054
10MormugaoMilind Sagun NaikBJP7419

Gujarat Assembly Election Results 2012

S. NoAC NameNameParty NameVotes
1AbdasaChhabilbhai Naranbhai Patel INC60704
2AnjarAhir Vasanbhai Gopalbhai BJP64789
3BecharajiRajanikant Omabhai PatelBJP68447
4BhujDr.Nimaben Aacharya BJP69174
5ChanasmaDilipkumar Virajibhai. Thakor BJP83462
6DantaKharadi Kantibhai Kalabhai INC73751
7DeesaLiladharbhai Khodaji Vaghela BJP66294
8DeodarKeshaji Shivaji Chauhan BJP76265
9DhaneraJoitabhai Kasnabhai PatelINC87460
10GandhidhamMaheshwari Ramesh Vachchhraj BJP72988

Haryana Assembly Election Results 2009

S. NoAC NameNameParty NameVotes
1Ambala Cantt.Anil VijBJP49219
2Ambala CityVenod SharmaINC69435
3AssandhPt. Zile Ram ChochraHJCBL20266
4GanaurKuldeep SharmaINC42180
5GharaundaNarender SangwanINLD35256
6GuhlaPhool SinghINLD37016
7IndriAshok KashyapINLD36886
8IsranaKrishan Lal PanwarINLD43905
9JagadhriAkram KhanBSP39868
10KaithalRandeep Singh SurjewalaINC59889

Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election Results 2012

S. NoAC NameNameParty NameVotes
1BaijnathKishori LalINC21878
2BharmourThakur Singh BharmouriINC24751
3BhattiyatBikram Singh JaryalBJP18098
4ChambaB. K. ChauhanBJP19714
5ChurahHans RajBJP24978
6DalhousieAsha KumariINC25541
7DehraRavinder SinghBJP24463
8DharamshalaSudhir SharmaINC21241
9FatehpurSujan Singh PathaniaINC18662
10IndoraManohar DhimanIND21424

Jharkhand Assembly Election Results 2009

S. NoAC NameNameParty NameVotes
1BarhaitHemlal MurmuJMM40621
2BarkathaAmit Kumar YadavBJP39485
3BorioLobin HembramJMM37586
4DeogharSuresh PaswanRJD49602
5DumkaHemant SorenJMM35129
6GoddaSanjay Prasad YadavRJD43502
7JamaSita SorenJMM38550
8JamtaraBishnu Prasad BhaiyaJMM62795
9JarmundiHarinarayan RayIND33512
10KodarmaAnnapurna DeviRJD46922

Karnataka Assembly Election Results 2013

S. NoAC NameNameParty NameVotes
1ArabhaviBalachandra Laxmanrao JarkiholiBJP99283
2AthaniLaxman Sangappa SavadiBJP74299
3BailhongalDr.Vishwanathairanagouda PatilKJP40709
4Belgaum DakshinSambhaji Lakshman PatilIND54426
5Belgaum RuralSanjay B PatilBJP38322
6Belgaum UttarFairoz Nuruddin SaithINC45125
7Chikkodi-SadalgaPrakash Babanna HukkeriINC102237
8GokakJarkiholi Ramesh LaxmanraoINC79175
9HukkeriUmesh Vishwanath KaltiBJP81810
10KagwadBharamgoud Alagoud KageBJP41784

Kerala Assembly Election Results 2011

S. NoAC NameNameParty NameVotes
2DharmadamK.K. NarayananCPM72354
3IrikkurK. C. JosephINC68503
4KalliasseriT.V. RajeshCPM73190
5KalpettaM.V SreyamskumarSJD67018
7KannurA.P AbdullakuttyINC55427
9KuthuparambaK.P.Mohanan SJD57164

Madhya Pradesh Assembly Election Results 2013

S. NoAC NameNameParty NameVotes
1AmbahSatyaprakash BSP49574
2AterSatyadev Katare INC45592
3BhindNarendra Singh Kushwah BJP51170
4DimaniBalveer Singh Dandotiya BSP44718
5GohadLal Singh Arya BJP51711
6GwaliorJai Bhan Singh Pawaiya BJP74769
7Gwalior EastMaya Singh BJP59824
8Gwalior RuralBharat Singh Kushwah BJP47944
9Gwalior SouthNarayan Singh Kushwah BJP68627
10JouraSubedar Singh BJP42421

Maharashtra Assembly Election Results 2009

S. NoAC NameNameParty NameVotes
1AkkalkuwaPadvi Adv K. C.INC52273
2ChopdaJagdishchandra Ramesh Walvi (Jagdishbhau)NCP69636
3Dhule CityAnil Anna GoteLKSGM59576
4Dhule RuralProf.Shard PatilSHS100562
5NandurbarGavit Vijaykumar KrushnaraoNCP99323
6NawapurGavit Sharad KrushnaraoSP75719
7SakriBhoyeYogendra ReshamaINC57542
8ShahadaValvi Padmakar VijaysingINC51222
9ShirpurKashiram Vechan PawaraINC92088
10SindkhedaRawal Jaikumarbhau JitendrasinhBJP85656

Manipur Assembly Election Results 2012

S. NoAC NameNameParty NameVotes
1AndroThounaojam ShyamkumarAITC16989
2HeingangN. BirenINC11872
3KeiraoKaram Thamarjit SinghMSCP8865
4KeishamthongL. Ibomcha SinghNCP9795
5KhundrakpamThokchom Lokeshwar SinghINC9182
6KhuraiDr. Ng. Bijoy SinghINC11618
7KshetrigaoMd. Amin ShahINC7981
8LamlaiKshetrimayum Biren SinghINC9923
9SagolbandRajkumar Imo SinghMSCP9150
10SingjameiIrengbam Hemochandra SinghINC7975

Meghalaya Assembly Election Results 2013

S. NoAC NameNameParty NameVotes
1AmlaremStephanson MukhimIND8297
2East ShillongMazel Ampareen LyngdohINC10103
3JirangLamboklang MylliemNESDP10336
4JowaiRoytre Christopher LalooINC9496
5KhliehriatJustine DkharIND10807
6MawhatiJulias Kitbok DorphangIND8246
7MawlaiEmbhahlang SyiemliehUDP14029
8MawryngknengDavid A. NongrumIND6200
9MowkaiawRobinus SyngkonIND7064
10MylliemRonnie V. LyngdohINC8072

Nagaland Assembly Election Results 2013

S. NoAC NameNameParty NameVotes
5ChazoubaChotisuh SazoNPF14104
6Dimapur-ITovihoto AyemiNPF6952
7Dimapur-IIS.I JamirINC14151
8Ghaspani-IN.Jacob ZhimomiIND26287
9ImpurDr. Imtiwapang AierINC6122

Odisha Assembly Election Results 2014

S. NoAC NameNameParty NameVotes
1Anandapur Mayadhar Jena BJD 82520
2Angul Rajanikanta Singh BJD 72379
3Balasore Jiban Pradip Das BJD 47615
4Baliguda Rajib Patra BJD 37606
5Chikiti Smt.Usha Devi BJD 74849
6Chilika Bibhutibhusan Harichandan BJP 69433
7Deogarh Nitesh Gangadeb BJP 89636
8Dhamnagar Muktikanta Mandal BJD 71538
9Ekamra-Bhubaneswar Ashok Chandra Panda BJD 66376
10G. Udayagiri Jacob Pradhan INC 48958

Pondicherry Assembly Election Results 2011

S. NoAC NameNameParty NameVotes
2EmbalamP. RajaveluAINRC12933
3Indira NagarN. RangasamyAINRC20685
4KadirgamamN. RangasamyAINRC16323
5KalapetP.M.L. Kalyana SundaramAINRC14132
6Kamaraj NagarV. VaithilingamINC12570
7LawspetM. VaithianathanAINRC10189
9MangalamC. DjeacoumarINC14052
10MannadipetT.P.R. SelvamAINRC12412

Punjab Assembly Election Results 2012

S. NoAC NameNameParty NameVotes
1AjnalaBonny Amarpal Singh AjnalaSAD55864
2Amritsar CentralOm Parkash SoniINC47357
3Amritsar EastNavjot Kaur SidhuBJP33406
4Amritsar NorthAnil JoshiBJP62374
5Amritsar WestRaj KumarINC45762
6BatalaAshwani SekhriINC66806
7BhoaSeema KumariBJP50503
8Dera Baba NanakSukhjinder SinghINC66294
9Dina NagarAruna ChaudharyINC65993
10Fatehgarh ChurianTripat Rajinder Singh BajwaINC56176

Rajasthan Assembly Election Results 2013

S. NoAC NameNameParty NameVotes
1AnupgarhShimla Bawri BJP51145
2BhadraSanjeev Kumar BJP65040
3Bikaner EastSiddhi Kumari BJP77839
4Bikaner WestGopal Krishan BJP65129
5ChuruRajender Singh RathoreBJP80100
6DungargarhKishana Ram BJP78278
7GanganagarKamini Jindal NUZP77860
8HanumangarhRampratap BJP88387
9KaranpurSurender Pal Singh BJP70147
10KhajuwalaVishwanath BJP61833

Last Updated on March 25, 2020

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