2019 Indian general election in Rajasthan

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25 seats
Turnout66.34% (Increase3.23%)
  First party Second party Third party
 
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Party BJP INC RLP
Alliance NDA UPA NDA
Last election 25 0 New
Seats won 24 0 1
Seat change Decrease 1 Steady Increase 1
Percentage 59.07% 34.24% 2.04%
Swing Increase 2.89% Increase 3.61% Increase 2.04%

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The 2019 Indian general election were held in Rajasthan in two phases- 29 April and 6 May 2019 to constitute the 17th Lok Sabha.[1]

Results

Name of Party Vote Share Alliance vote share Change Seats won Changes
Bharatiya Janata Party (NDA) 59.07% 61.13% +3.57 24 Decrease1
Rashtriya Loktantrik Party (NDA) 2.06% New 1 Increase1
Indian National Congress 34.59% 34.59% +1.6 0 Steady

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No Constituency Turnout[3] Winner Party Votes Runner Up Party Votes Margin
1 Ganganagar (SC) 74.77 Increase Nihalchand BJP 8,97,177 Bharat Ram Meghwal INC 4,90,199 4,06,978
2 Bikaner (SC) 59.43 Increase Arjun Ram Meghwal BJP 6,57,743 Madan Gopal Meghwal INC 3,93,662 2,64,081
3 Churu 65.90 Increase Rahul Kaswan BJP 7,92,999 Rafique Mandelia INC 4,58,597 3,34,402
4 Jhunjhunu 62.11 Increase Narendra Kumar BJP 7,38,163 Sharwan Kumar INC 4,35,616 3,02,547
5 Sikar 65.18 Increase Sumedhanand Saraswati BJP 7,72,104 Subhash Maharia INC 4,74,948 2,97,156
6 Jaipur Rural 65.54 Increase Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore BJP 8,20,132 Krishna Poonia INC 4,26,961 3,93,161
7 Jaipur 68.48 Increase Ramcharan Bohara BJP 9,24,065 Jyoti Khandelwal INC 4,93,439 4,30,626
8 Alwar 67.17 Increase Mahant Balaknath Yadav BJP 7,60,201 Bhanwar Jitendra Singh INC 4,60,230 3,29,971
9 Bharatpur (SC) 59.11 Increase Ranjeeta Koli BJP 7,07,992 Abhijeet Kumar Jatav INC 3,89,593 3,18,399
10 Karauli–Dholpur (SC) 55.18 Increase Manoj Rajoria BJP 5,26,443 Sanjay Kumar Jatav INC 4,28,761 97,682
11 Dausa (ST) 61.50 Increase Jaskaur Meena BJP 5,48,733 Savita Meena INC 4,70,289 78,444
12 Tonk–Sawai Madhopur 63.44 Increase Sukhbir Singh Jaunapuria BJP 6,44,319 Namo Narain Meena INC 5,33,028 1,11,291
13 Ajmer 67.32 Decrease Bhagirath Choudhary BJP 8,15,076 Riju Jhunjhunwala INC 3,98,652 4,16,424
14 Nagaur 62.32 Increase Hanuman Beniwal RLP 6,60,051 Jyoti Mirdha INC 4,78,791 1,81,260
15 Pali 62.98 Increase P P Chaudhary BJP 9,00,149 Badri Ram Jakhar INC 4,18,552 4,81,597
16 Jodhpur 68.89 Increase Gajendra Singh Shekhawat BJP 7,88,888 Vaibhav Gehlot INC 5,14,448 2,74,440
17 Barmer 73.30 Increase Kailash Choudhary BJP 8,46,526 Manvendra Singh INC 5,22,718 3,23,808
18 Jalore 65.74 Increase Devaji Patel BJP 7,72,833 Ratan Dewasi INC 5,11,723 2,61,110
19 Udaipur (ST) 70.32 Increase Arjunlal Meena BJP 8,71,458 Raghuveer Meena INC 4,33,631 4,37,914
20 Banswara (ST) 72.90 Increase Kanak Mal Katara BJP 7,11,709 Tarachand Bhagora INC 4,06,245 3,05,464
21 Chittorgarh 72.39 Increase Chandra Prakash Joshi BJP 9,82,492 Gopal Singh Shekhawat INC 4,06,695 5,76,247
22 Rajsamand 64.87 Increase Diya Kumari BJP 8,63,039 Devkinandan Gurjar INC 3,11,123 5,51,916
23 Bhilwara 65.64 Increase Subhash Chandra Baheria BJP 9,36,065 Ram Pal Sharma INC 3,25,145 6,11,460
24 Kota 70.22 Increase Om Birla BJP 8,00,051 Ramnarayan Meena INC 5,20,374 2,79,677
25 Jhalawar–Baran 71.96 Increase Dushyant Singh BJP 8,87,400 Pramod Sharma INC 4,33,472 4,53,928

Assembly segments wise lead of parties

Party Assembly segments Position in Assembly (as of 2018 election)
BJP 176 73
INC 16 100
RLP 7 3
BTP 1 2
Total 200

Candidates

No Constituency Poll Date Candidates
NDA

  BJP (24)   RLP (1)

INC
1 Ganganagar (SC) 6 May 2019 Nihal Chand Chauhan   BJP Bharat Ram Meghwal   INC
2 Bikaner (SC) 6 May 2019 Arjun Ram Meghwal   BJP Madangopal Meghwal   INC
3 Churu 6 May 2019 Rahul Kaswan   BJP Rafique Mandelia   INC
4 Jhunjhunu 6 May 2019 Narendra Khinchal   BJP Shrawan Kumar   INC
5 Sikar 6 May 2019 Sumedhanand Saraswati   BJP Subhash Maharia   INC
6 Jaipur Rural 6 May 2019 Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore   BJP Krishna Poonia   INC
7 Jaipur 6 May 2019 Ramcharan Bohra   BJP Jyoti Khandelwal   INC
8 Alwar 6 May 2019 Mahant Balaknath   BJP Jitendra Singh   INC
9 Bharatpur (SC) 6 May 2019 Ranjeeta Kohli   BJP Abhijit Kumar Jatav   INC
10 Karauli–Dholpur (SC) 6 May 2019 Manoj Rajuriya   BJP Sanjay Kumar Jatav   INC
11 Dausa (ST) 6 May 2019 Jaskaur Meena   BJP Savita Meena   INC
12 Tonk–Sawai Madhopur 29 April 2019 Sukhbir Singh Jaunapuria   BJP Namo Narain Meena   INC
13 Ajmer 29 April 2019 Bhagirath Chaudhary   BJP Rijju Jhunjhunuwala   INC
14 Nagaur 6 May 2019 Hanuman Beniwal   RLP Dr. Jyoti Mirdha   INC
15 Pali 29 April 2019 P. P. Chaudhary   BJP Badri Ram Jakhar   INC
16 Jodhpur 29 April 2019 Gajendra Singh Shekhawat   BJP Vaibhav Gehlot   INC
17 Barmer 29 April 2019 Kailash Choudhary   BJP Manvendra Singh   INC
18 Jalore 29 April 2019 Devji Mansinghram Patel   BJP Ratan Dewasi   INC
19 Udaipur (ST) 29 April 2019 Arjunlal Meena   BJP Raghuveer Meena   INC
20 Banswara (ST) 29 April 2019 Kanak Mal Katara   BJP Tarachand Bhagora   INC
21 Chittorgarh 29 April 2019 Chandra Prakash Joshi   BJP Gopal Singh Idwa   INC
22 Rajsamand 29 April 2019 Diya Kumari   BJP Devkinandan Gurjar   INC
23 Bhilwara 29 April 2019 Subhash Chandra Baheria   BJP Rampal Sharma   INC
24 Kota 29 April 2019 Om Birla   BJP Ramnarayan Meena   INC
25 Jhalawar–Baran 29 April 2019 Dushyant Singh   BJP Pramod Sharma   INC

References

  1. ^ Singh, Vijaita (1 September 2018). "General election will be held in 2019 as per schedule, says Rajnath Singh". The Hindu. ISSN 0971-751X. Retrieved 4 January 2019.
  2. ^ "33. Constituency wise detailed result". Electoral Commission of India. Electoral Commission of India. Retrieved 18 December 2021.
  3. ^ Final voter turnout of Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the Lok Sabha Elections 2019, The Election Commission of India (20 April 2019, updated 4 May 2019)