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Raniwara (Rajasthan) Assembly Election Results



Raniwara Assembly Election Results



YearA. C. No.ConstituencyCategoryWinnerSexParty
1957102RaniwaraGENMangal SinghMRRP
1962135RaniwaraGENBhag RajMINC
1967157RaniwaraGEND. SinghMSWA
1972157RaniwaraGENBhagraj ChoudharyMINC
1977171RaniwaraGENRatana Ram MINC
1980171RaniwaraGENRatna RamMINC(I)
1985171RaniwaraGENArjun Singh Deora MIND
1990171RaniwaraGENRatna Ram Choudhary MINC
1995171RaniwaraGENArjun Singh Deora MBJP
1998171RaniwaraGENRatna Ram Choudhary MINC
2003171RaniwaraGENArjun Singh Deora MBJP
2008145RaniwaraGENShri Ratan Desai Urf DewasiMINC
2013145RaniwaraGENNarayan Singh Dewal MBJP


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Last Updated on : January 29, 2014

     


     

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