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Ratangarh (Rajasthan) Assembly Election Results

Ratangarh Assembly Election Results

YearA. C. No.ConstituencyCategoryWinnerSexParty
1951134RatangarhGENMahadev Prashad N. PanditMIND
1962167RatangarhGENMohan LalMIND
197718RatangarhGENJagdish Chandra MJNP
198018RatangarhGENJaidev PrasadMINC(I)
198518RatangarhGENHari Shankar Bhabhra MBJP
199018RatangarhGENHari Shankar MBJP
199518RatangarhGENHari Shankar Bhabhara MBJP
199818RatangarhGENJaidev Prasad Indoria MINC
200318RatangarhGENRaj Kumar Rinwa MIND
200823RatangarhGENShri Raj Kumar RinwaMBJP
201323RatangarhGENRajkumar Rinwa MBJP

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