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Jamwa Ramgarh (Rajasthan) Assembly Election Results

Jamwa Ramgarh Assembly Election Results

YearA. C. No.ConstituencyCategoryWinnerSexParty
195153Jamwa RamgarhGENMan SinghMRRP
195723Jamwa Ramgarh(SC)Ram LalMINC
1957Bye PollJamwa RamgarhGENDoongersi DassMIND
196230Jamwa Ramgarh(SC)Dunga RamMSWA
196748Jamwa RamgarhGENN. LalMSWA
197248Jamwa RamgarhGENSahadeoMINC
197754Jamwa RamgarhGENRameshawar MJNP
198054Jamwa RamgarhGENVaid Bhairu Lal BhardwajMINC(I)
198554Jamwa RamgarhGENVaidhya Bhairon Lal Bhardwaj MINC
199054Jamwa RamgarhGENRameshwar MBJP
199554Jamwa RamgarhGENRam Rai Sharma MBJP
199854Jamwa RamgarhGENRam Chandra MINC
200354Jamwa RamgarhGENRam Chandra MINC
200848Jamwa Ramgarh(ST)Shri Gopal MeenaMINC
201348Jamwa Ramgarh(ST)Jagdish Narayan Meena MBJP

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Last Updated on : January 29, 2014



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