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Kumbhalgarh (Rajasthan) Assembly Election Results



Kumbhalgarh Assembly Election Results



YearA. C. No.ConstituencyCategoryWinnerSexParty
1951106KumbhalgarhGENVijai SinghMBJS
195778KumbhalgarhGENManoharMINC
1962114KumbhalgarhGENGovind SinghMSWA
1967136KumbhalgarhGENHeeralalMINC
1972136KumbhalgarhGENHeera Lal DevpuraMINC
1977149KumbhalgarhGENGovind Singh Shaktawat MJNP
1980149KumbhalgarhGENHeera Lal DeopuraMINC(I)
1985149KumbhalgarhGENHeera Lal Deopura MINC
1990149KumbhalgarhGENHeera Lal Deopura MINC
1995149KumbhalgarhGENSurendra Singh Rathore MBJP
1998149KumbhalgarhGENHeera Lal Devpura MINC
2003149KumbhalgarhGENSurendra Singh Rathore MBJP
2008174KumbhalgarhGENShri Ganesh Singh ParmarMINC
2013174KumbhalgarhGENSurendra Singh Rathore MBJP


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