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Tonk-Sawai Madhopur Parliamentary Constituency Map and Election Results



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General Election Candidate List 2019
PartyConstituencyCandidate Name
BJPTonk-Sawai MadhopurShri Sukhbir Singh Jaunapuria
INCTonk-Sawai MadhopurNamo Narain Meena


Tonk Sawai Madhopur General Election Result 2014

CandidateParty ABBRVotes
Sukhbir Singh JaunapuriaBharatiya Janata PartyBJP548,179
Mohammed AzharuddinIndian National CongressINC412,868
Jagmohan MeenaNational Peoples PartyNPEP14,600
MakkhanIndependentIND10,515
SureshBahujan Samaj PartyBSP10,392
Babulal JangidIndependentIND7,195
Chandan Lal MeenaIndependentIND6,522
Ram ParkashIndependentIND6,177
Govind PrasadIndependentIND3,125
MukeshAam Aadmi PartyAAP2,665
Varis AliAwami Aamjan PartyAWAP2,361
Dinesh SainiJai Maha Bharath PartyJMBP2,205
DineshAll India Trinamool CongressAITC2,147
Kori LalIndependentIND1,924
Kamal Kumar DhobiIndependentIND1,723
Sampatti Bai Alias Sunita VermaIndependentIND1,611
Siya RamIndependentIND1,104
Hari RamIndependentIND1,045
Ram HansNaya Daur PartyNADP867
Ramesh ChandLok DalLKD751
Bhar SinghSocialist Party (India)SP(I)701
Bajarang LalRashtriya Ahinsa ManchRAM699
None of the AboveNone of the AboveNOTA3,664


Tonk-Sawai Madhopur Parliamentary Constituency Election 2014 Dates

  • Issue of Notification: 29 Mar (Saturday)
  • Last Date for filing Nominations:5 April (Saturday)
  • Scrutiny of Nominations: 7 April (Monday)
  • Last date for withdrawal of Candidature: 9 April (Wednesday)
  • Polling Date:24 April (Thursday)
  • Counting of Votes:16 May (Friday)
  • Date before which the election shall be Completed:28 May (Wednesday)

List of Winning MP and Runner up from 2009 to till date from Tonk-Sawai Madhopur Lok Sabha Constituency


YearState NamePC CodePC NamePC TypeWinnerSexPartyTotal VoteRunner UpSEXPARTYTotal Vote
2009Rajasthan12Tonk-Sawai MadhopurGENNamo Narain MeenaMINC375572Kirori Singh BainslaMBJP375255
2014Rajasthan12Tonk-Sawai MadhopurGENSukhbir Singh JaunapuriaMBJP548,179Mohammed AzharuddinMINC412,868


Assembly Constituencies in Tonk-Sawai Madhopur Parliamentary Constituency
GangapurBamanwas (ST)Sawai Madhopur
Khandar (SC)MalpuraNiwai (SC)
TonkDeoli Uniara


  Parliamentary Constituencies in Rajasthan  
PC No.PC NamePC No.PC Name
1Ganganagar14Nagaur
2Bikaner15Pali
3Churu16Jodhpur
4Jhunjhunu17Barmer
5Sikar18Jalore
6Jaipur Rural19Udaipur
7Jaipur20Banswara
8Alwar21Chittorgarh
9Bharatpur22Rajsamand
10Karauli-Dholpur23Bhilwara
11Dausa24Kota
12Tonk-Sawai Madhopur25Jhalawar-Baran
13Ajmer 




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