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Mahuwa (Rajasthan) Assembly Election Results



Mahuwa Assembly Election Results



YearA. C. No.ConstituencyCategoryWinnerSexParty
19516MahwaGENTikaram PaliwalMINC
195741Mahwa(ST)Tika Ram PaliwalMINC
1957Bye PollMahwaGENGopi SahaiMINC
196255MahwaGENShiv RamMJS
196778MahwaGENS. SinghMINC
197278MahwaGENVishamber DayalMIND
197787MahwaGENUmrao Singh MJNP
198087MahwaGENHari SinghMINC(I)
198587MahwaGENKirodi Lal MBJP
199087MahwaGENHari Singh MINC
199587MahwaGENHari Singh MINC
199887MahwaGENHari Singh MINC
200387MahwaGENHarigyan Singh MBJP
200886MahwaGENSmt Golma DeviFIND
201386MahwaGENOmprakash MBJP


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Last Updated on : January 29, 2014

     


     

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