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Neem-Ka-Thana (Rajasthan) Assembly Election Results



Neem-Ka-Thana Assembly Election Results



YearA. C. No.ConstituencyCategoryWinnerSexParty
195713Neem Ka Thana(SC)Narayan LalMINC
1957Bye PollNeem Ka ThanaGENGyan ChandMINC
196215Neem Ka ThanaGENChhotuMINC
196733Neem Ka ThanaGENM. LalMINC
197233Neem Ka ThanaGENMala RamMBJS
197737Neem Ka ThanaGENSurya Narain MJNP
198037Neem Ka ThanaGENMohan Lal Modi MIND
198537Neem Ka ThanaGENPhool Chand MBJP
199037Neem Ka ThanaGENPhool Chand Bhagtwar MBJP
199537Neem Ka ThanaGENMohan Lal Modi MINC
199837Neem Ka ThanaGENMohan Lal Modi MINC
200337Neem Ka ThanaGENPrem Singh Bajor MBJP
200838Neem Ka ThanaGENShri Rame KhandelwalMINC
201338Neem ka ThanaGENPrem Singh MBJP


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Last Updated on : January 29, 2014

     


     

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