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Shahpura(SC) (Rajasthan) Assembly Election Results



Shahpura(SC) Assembly Election Results



YearA. C. No.ConstituencyCategoryWinnerSexParty
195782Shahpura(SC)KanaMINC
1957Bye PollShahpuraGENRam PrasadMINC
1962121Shahpura(SC)KanaMINC
1967143Shahpura(SC)BhuraMINC
1972143Shahpura(SC)BhuraMINC
1977156Shahpura(SC)Bhairu MJNP
1980156Shahpura(SC)Debi LalMINC(I)
1985156Shahpura(SC)Debi Lal MINC
1990156Shahpura(SC)Bharu Lal Bairwa MBJP
1995156Shahpura(SC)Kailash Meghawal MBJP
1998156Shahpura(SC)Devi Lal Bairwa MINC
2003156Shahpura(SC)Ramratan Bairwa MBJP
200842ShahpuraGENShri Rao Rajendra SinghMBJP
2008181Shahpura(SC)Shri Mahaveer Prasad JingarMINC
201342ShahpuraGENRao Rajendra Singh MBJP
2013181Shahpura(SC)Kailash Chandra Meghwal MBJP


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Last Updated on : January 29, 2014

     


     

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