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Pipalda (Rajasthan) Assembly Election Results



Pipalda Assembly Election Results



YearA. C. No.ConstituencyCategoryWinnerSexParty
1951121PipaldaGENTej Raj SinghMRRP
195751Pipalda(ST)Rikhab ChandMINC
1957Bye PollPipaldaGENRam NarayanMBJS
196279Pipalda(ST)Laxmi ChandMJS
196799PipaldaGENM. SinghMBJS
197299PipaldaGENGopi LalMINC
1977110Pipalda(SC)Hira Lal Arya MJNP
1980110Pipalda(SC)Hira Lal AryaMBJP
1985110Pipalda(SC)Heera Lal Arya MBJP
1990110Pipalda(SC)Hira Lal Arya MBJP
1995110Pipalda(SC)Ram Gopal Bairwa MINC
1998110Pipalda(SC)Ram Gopal Bairwa MINC
2003110Pipalda(SC)Prabhu Lal MBJP
2008187PipaldaGENShri Premchand NagarMINC
2013187PipaldaGENVidya Shankar Nandwana MBJP


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Last Updated on : January 29, 2014

     


     

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