Rajasthan Constituency Wise 2013 Winning Candidates List
|Candidate Name||Party||Constituency Name|
|Ashok Parnami||BJP||Adarsh Nagar|
|Shankar Singh Rajpurohit||BJP||Ahore|
|Vasudev Devnani||BJP||Ajmer North|
|Anita Bhadel||BJP||Ajmer South|
|Banwari Lal Singhal||BJP||Alwar Urban|
|Prabhu Lal Saini||BJP||Anta|
|Ram Lal Gurjar||BJP||Asind|
|Gopi Chand Meena||BJP||Aspur|
|Mahendra Jeet Singh Malviya||Congress||Bagidora|
|Mrs Alka Singh||BJP||Bandikui|
|Gautam Kumar||BJP||Bari Sadri|
|Anju Devi Dhanka||IND||Bassi|
|Vitthal Shankar Avasthi||BJP||Bhilwara|
|Hari Singh Rawat||BJP||Bhim|
|Siddhi Kumari||BJP||Bikaner East|
|Gopal Krishan||BJP||Bikaner West|
|Tarun Rai Kaga||BJP||Chohtan|
|Arun Chaturvedi||BJP||Civil Lines|
|Narayan Singh||Congress||Danta Ramgarh|
|Shankar Lal Sharma||BJP||Dausa|
|Banwari Lal Kushwah||BSP||Dholpur|
|Pratap Lal Bheel||BJP||Gogunda|
|Ladu Ram||BJP||Gudha Malani|
|Surendra Pareek||BJP||Hawa Mahal|
|Jagdish Narayan Meena||BJP||Jamwa Ramgarh|
|Dr Manju Baghmaar||BJP||Jayal|
|Rajpal Singh Sekhawat||BJP||Jhotwara|
|Brijendra Singh Ola||Congress||Jhunjhunu|
|Surender Pal Singh||BJP||Karanpur|
|Baboo Lal Verma||BJP||Keshoraipatan|
|Jitendra Kumar Gothwal||BJP||Khandar|
|Nana Lal Ahari||BJP||Kherwara|
|Mohan Lal||BJP||Kishan Pole|
|Ramhet Singh||BJP||Kishangarh Bas|
|Prahlad Gunjal||BJP||Kota North|
|Om Birla||BJP||Kota South|
|Rajendra Singh Yadav||Congress||Kotputli|
|Surendra Singh Rathore||BJP||Kumbhalgarh|
|Bhawani Singh Rajawat||BJP||Ladpura|
|Kirori Lal Meena||NPP||Lalsot|
|Kanwar Lal||BJP||Manohar Thana|
|Kesaram Choudhary||BJP||Marwar Junction|
|Sushil Kanwar Palara||BJP||Masuda|
|Dali Chand Dangi||BJP||Mavli|
|Dharam Pal Choudhary||BJP||Mundawar|
|Habibur Rahman Ashrafi Lamba||BJP||Nagaur|
|Dr Rajkumar Sharma||IND||Nawalgarh|
|Prem Singh||BJP||Neema Ka Thana|
|Heera Lal Raiger||BJP||Niwai|
|Rameshwar Lal Dudi||Congress||Nokha|
|Bhera Ram Choudhary||BJP||Osian|
|Pabba Ram Bishnoi||BJP||Phalodi|
|Vidya Shankar Nandwana||BJP||Pipalda|
|Suresh Singh Rawat||BJP||Pushkar|
|Chandra Kanta Meghwal||BJP||Ramganj Mandi|
|Narayan Singh Dewal||BJP||Raniwara|
|Dr Balu Ram Chaudhary||BJP||Sahara|
|Diya Kumari||BJP||Sawai Madhopur|
|Rao Rajendra Singh||BJP||Shahpura|
|Kailash Chandra Meghwal||BJP||Shahpura|
|Ratan Lal Jaldhari||BJP||Sikar|
|Jhabar Singh Kharra||BJP||Srimadhopur|
|Rajender Singh Bhadu||BJP||Suratgarh|
|Hem Singh Bhadana||BJP||Thanagazi|
|Gulab Chand Kataria||BJP||Udaipur|
|Phool Singh Meena||BJP||Udaipur Rural|
|M Randhir Singh||IND||Vallabhnagar|
|Narpat Singh Rajvi||BJP||Vidhyadhar Nagar|
|Dr Phoolchand Bhinda||BJP||Viratnagar|
BJP wins by landslide majority in Rajasthan
The counting is over in Rajasthan, and the verdict is heavily against the Congress. BJP has swept the state with 162 seats out of the total 199. The Congress has received 21, a heavy loss of 74 seats. The other parties have won a total of 16 seats altogether. All in all, the 2013 election was a lesson for the Congress that complacency is never an option, no matter how well placed you are.
Results for Churu Constituency of Rajasthan was declared on 16th December 2013 where Rajendra Rathore (BJP candidate) won against Hazi Maqbool, MLA of Congress with a margin of 23,375 votes. The polling took place on 13th December 2013 and concluded with a 78.55% voters turnout.
Welcome Vasundhara Raje, the new chief minister of Rajasthan
Fielding Vasundhara Raje was the wisest thing the BJP did in Rajasthan. Of course things make more sense in retrospect, but it must be admitted that nobody had imagined the scale at which the sweep would take place. Of the 1999 seats, the ruling Congress party will likely manage only 24, which is nothing less than a disgrace. The BJP already has 126, and is expected to hit 160, which is about as dominating as it gets in India's elections.
Gehlot too is stumped at the results. In a statement earlier, he confessed that he was at a loss to understand as to what went wrong. Perhaps the Congress should admit that the time has come when the people of India have started looking at performance rather than lineage or tall promises.
BJP all set to sweep Rajasthan
The people have spoken against the incumbent government in Rajasthan, and the effect is disastrous. According to the trends of vote-counting, the Congress party is set to lose 60 seats compared with last elections. With this, it will also be dethroned and will have to sit in the opposition for the next term.
As of latest updates, Vasundhara Raje is leading in the Jhalarapatan constituency by a margin over 3,900 votes. A small respite for the Congress will be Ashok Gehlot, who is leading in the Sardarpura constituency by about 4,600 votes.
The BJP party workers have already started celebrating, confident of their performance. One of the workers was quoted saying, "We are confident that the party will come to power with clear majority and it will be a thumping victory."
Meanwhile, there are other smaller players in the state as well, with the BSP leading on two seats so far.
BJP likely to be clear winner in Rajasthan
As the vote counting progresses, the picture in Rajasthan is fast becoming clear. If the Congress was complacent and didn't think Vasundhara Raje was a formidable opponent, it will have plenty of time to analyze in retrospect. We have a preview of some 175 seats out of the total 199, which shows that the BJP is leading on a whopping 129 seats. The Congress is staring a possible wipeout, leading only at 25 seats.
For the Congress this is nothing less than a nightmare. The party was expecting that a populist budget and the development work done in the state would enable it to give a tough fight to the BJP, but clearly the public opinion is not with the Congress. Jaipur and surrounding areas are turning out to be a landslide win for the BJP, and it's very likely that the final results will show the Congress getting wiped off.
The Rajasthan election results 2013 for the 200-seat State Assembly are expected to be announced on December 8, 2013. The counting will take place on this day and results announced thereafter. While the Indian National Congress (INC) has dominated the state almost all these years, BJP is expected to gain considerably from the anti-incumbency and NaMo factors.
The 24th assembly election for Rajasthan held on December 1, 2013 witnessed 75.2% polling as compared to 66.39 % in 2008 assembly elections.
As per the exit polls, it is estimated that the Congress will get 48 seats while the BJP will win 130 seats in Rajasthan.
The days of the Congress in Rajasthan might just be over
Elections in India are usually usually unpredictable and knotty. But the way the state of Rajasthan looks right now, the Congress might be looking at heavy losses in the 2013 assembly elections. In fact, most of the exit polls are predicting a thumping victory for the BJP, saying that the saffron party will win about 125 of the 200 seats in the state. On the same note, the Congress is expected to fall from 96 seats to about 60 seats.
Why is the Congress losing ground in Rajasthan?
There are several reasons why the Congress might get wiped out from the state. First is the agenda of development. Even though the party announced a highly populist budget well in advance of the elections, its implementation remains a pipe dream. Consider the provision of free medicines, which is rendered ineffective by the severely understaffed hospitals. Perhaps there is some truth in the opposition's allegations that the Congress's efforts are all talk and no show.
Further, for a state like Rajasthan, minorities play a large role. Here too the Congress hasn't been able to deliver, with communal violence showing no signs of abating. To top it all, Vasundhara Raje is doing a great job capitalizing on a weak and fragmented Congress, and is fast emerging as the leader of choice.
As the future of Rajasthan unfolds, we bring to you latest updates and analysis from this important state of India.
The 24th assembly election for Rajasthan was held on 1 December 2013 and witnessed 75.2% polling across 47,000 election booths. This was a significant increase from last year, when 66.39 % people cast their vote in the state.
The BJP is expected to state a major comeback in Rajasthan this time. As per the exit polls, it is estimated that the Congress will get 48 seats while the BJP will win 130 seats in Rajasthan. The two major reasons for this are the influence carved by Vasundhara Raje - who is seen as a capable leader-and the unmistakable Modi wave that has gripped the entire nation.
Major parties and their predictions
The battle to win the polls is between the Congress leader Ashok Gehlot, the BJP leader Vasundhara Raje, the Meena community leader Kirori Lal Meena, and the Gujjar leader Prahlad Gunjal. Of these, however, only the BJP and the Congress can hope to come to majority alone. Here's what the leaders feel:
- BJP: The BJP chief ministerial candidate Vasundhara Raje is sure that the party will overthrow the current government in Rajasthan. She has said, "Everyone was waiting for this opportunity to get rid of Congress. I am sure people will vote for development."
- Congress: The CM of Rajasthan, Ashok Gehlot, was also confident of a win and dismissed the Modi wave in the following words: "Congress will win by a massive majority, there is no competition with BJP. There is no Narendra Modi factor here."
The Rajasthan election result 2013 for the 200-seat state assembly is expected to be announced on 8 December 2013 by the Election Commission of India. While the Indian National Congress (INC) has dominated the state all these years, the BJP is expected to gain considerably from the anti-incumbency and NaMo factors.