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Sujangarh (Rajasthan) Assembly Election Results



Sujangarh Assembly Election Results



YearA. C. No.ConstituencyCategoryWinnerSexParty
1951135SujangarhGENPratap SinghMIND
1957129SujangarhGENShanno DeviFIND
1962168SujangarhGENPhool ChandMINC
196715SujangarhGENL. ChandMBJS
197215SujangarhGENPhool ChandMINC
197717Sujangarh(SC)Rawat Ram MJNP
198017Sujangarh(SC)Bhanwar LalMIND
198517Sujangarh(SC)Chuni Lal Meghwal MBJP
199017Sujangarh(SC)Bhanwar Lal MINC
199517Sujangarh(SC)Rameshwar Lal Bhati MBJP
199817Sujangarh(SC)Master Bhanwar Lal MINC
200317Sujangarh(SC)Khema Ram Meghwal MBJP
200824Sujangarh(SC)Shri Master Bhanwarlal MeghwalMINC
201324Sujangarh(SC)Khemaram MBJP


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