Rajasthan Assembly Election 2013

by Nitu Maurya

For more information, please visit www.empoweringIndia.org

MLAs 2013: There were 2087 candidates contesting the Rajasthan Assembly election 2013 for 199 seats. Among the newly elected MLAs, BJP has 162, INC has 21, BSP has 3, NNP has 4, and NUZP has 2 and 7 are independent.

Electoral Performance: The average voter turnout percentage in Rajasthan 2013 Assembly Election is 74.38%. In 2008 election, it was 66.25%.

In 2013 Assembly election, BJP won the largest number of 162 seats with 45.04% of the vote share. INC won 21 seats with 32.98% of the vote share. BSP won 3 seats with 3.38% of the vote share. IND won 7 seat with 8.24% of the vote share and 2 seats won by other parties with 10.36% of the vote share.

In 2008 Assembly election, INC had won the largest number of 96 seats with 36.82% of the vote share. BJP had won 78 seats with 34.27% of the vote share. BSP won 6 seats with 7.60% of the vote share, IND won 14 seats with 14.96% of vote share and 6 seats won by other parties with 6.35% of the vote share.

Table: 1

Party

Assembly Election, 2013

Assembly Election, 2008

Seats Won

Party Votes%

Seats Won

Party Votes%

BJP

162

45.04

78

34.27

INC

21

32.98

96

36.82

BSP

3

3.38

6

7.60

IND

7

8.24

14

14.96

Other

6

10.36

6

6.35

Total

199

100

200

100

Source: www.empoweringIndia.org

In 2013 Assembly election, Ghanshyam Tiwari (BJP) from Sanganer constituency won the election with largest vote margin (65,350). While, Naveen Pilania (NPP) from Amber constituency won with the lowest vote margin (329).

In 2008 Assembly election, Mahendra Jeet Singh (INC) from Bagidora constituency won the election with largest vote margin (44,689). On the other hand, Kalyan Singh Chounhan (BJP) from Nathdwara constituency won the election with lowest vote margin (1).

In 2003 and 2008 Rajasthan Assembly elections, 55 constituencies, reelected representatives of the same party. Of the 55, BJP had retained 31 constituencies, INC had kept their hold on 21 constituencies and 1 constituency had kept by CPI (M), JD (U) and IND respectively. In 2008 and 2013 Rajasthan Assembly elections 71 Constituencies retained by parties (BJP-65, INC-6, IND-1) and 30 Constituencies retained by parties (BJP-29, INC-1) in 2003, 2008 and 2013 election (See Table 4).

Average assets of MLAs: The average asset per MLA in the Rajasthan 2013 Assembly Elections is Rs. 5.81 Crores. Among the parties, the average asset per MLA (162 MLAs) for BJP is Rs.4.17 Crores, for INC (21 MLAs) it is Rs 9.41 Crores, for BSP (3 MLAs) Rs.12.06 Crores, for NPP (4 MLAs) it is Rs.4.53 Crores, for NUZP (2 MLAs) it is Rs.98.71 Crores and for IND (7 MLAs) it is Rs.4.39 Crores.

Table:2

Comparison of Average Assets of MLAs in Assembly Elections 2008 and 2013

Party

Number of MLAs, 2008

Average Assets, 2008

Number of MLAs, 2013

Average Assets, 2013

Average% Increase in Assets

BJP

78

2.02 Crore

162

4.17 Crore

106%

BSP

6

1.76 Crore

3

12.06 Crore

585%

INC

96

3.44 Crore

21

9.41 Crore

174%

Source: www.empoweringIndia.org

The average asset of 67 re-elected MLAs in 2013 election is Rs 3.89 Crores. The average assets of these 67 MLAs in 2008 were Rs. 1.69 Crores. Among the parties, average increase in the assets of 58 re-elected MLAs of BJP between 2008 (1 crore) to 2013(4 crore) election is 130%, 144% increase in 6 re-elected MLAs of INC between 2008 (1 crore) to 2013 (2 crore) and 118% increase in 3 re-elected MLA of IND.

Table: 3

Average asset increase of re-elected MLAs

Party

Number of re-elected MLAs

Average Assets

Average% Increase in Assets

2013

2008

BJP

58

4,18,81,556

1,82,39,555

130%

INC

6

2,85,48,560

1,16,90,733

144%

IND

3

33,95,274

15,59,219

118%

Source: www.empoweringIndia.org

MLAs not declared PAN details: In Rajasthan 2013 Assembly election 9 out 199 (5%) have not declared their PAN details. Among the parties, 7 (4%) MLAs of BJP and 2 (10%) MLAs of INC have not declared their PAN details.

Among the MLAs in 2008, 45 out of 200 (23%) MLAs had not declared their PAN details in Rajasthan Assembly. Among parties, 16 (21%) MLAs of BJP, 19 (20%) MLAs of INC, 5 (36%) Independent (IND) MLAs, and 1 MLAs of JD (U) and SP respectively had not declared their PAN details.

MLAs with Criminal Cases: In the Rajasthan 2013 Assembly Elections, 36 of the 199 (18%) MLAs have acknowledged criminal cases. Among parties, 28 (17%) MLAs of BJP, 5 (24%) MLAs of INC, 2 (29%) MLAs of IND and 1 (25%) MLA from NNP has acknowledged criminal cases.

Among the MLAs in 2008, 30 out of 200 (15%) had acknowledged criminal cases. Among parties, 15 (16%) MLAs of INC, 5 (6%) MLAs of BJP, 3 (50%) MLAs of BSP and 1 (33%) MLA of CPM had acknowledged criminal cases.

Graduate MLAs: In the 2013 Assembly Elections, 43 out 199 (22%) MLAs are graduates. Among parties, 34 (21%) MLAs of BJP, 5 (24%) MLAs INC and 3 (43%) MLAs of IND are graduates.

Among the MLAs in 2008, 36 out of 200 (18%) MLAs were graduates. Among parties, 13 (17%) MLAs of BJP, 20 (21%) MLAs of INC and 2 Independent MLAs were graduates.

Young MLAs (35 years and below): In the 2013 Assembly Elections, 16 out of 199 (8%) MLAs are young. Among parties, 11 (7%) MLAs of BJP, 2 (10%) MLAs of INC, 1 (33%) MLA of and BSP and 2 MLAs of NUZP are young. Among the winners of 2008, 33 out of 200 (17%) MLAs were in the 35 year age group.

Women MLAs: Out of 199 MLAs, 28 (14%) are women in the 2013 Assembly Elections. Among parties, 22 (14%) MLAs of BJP, 1 (5%) MLA of INC, 1 (14%) of IND, 2 (50%) MLAs of NNP and 2 MLAs of NUZP are women.

Among the winners of 2008 election, 28 out of 200 (14%) were women. Among the parties, 13 (17%) MLAs of BJP, 13 (14%) MLAs of INC and 2 (14%) MLAs of IND were women.

Party Abbreviations: INC – Indian National Congress, BJP – Bhartiya Janata Party, BSP – Bahujan Samaj Party, CPI (M) – Communist Party of India (Marxist), JD (U) – Janata Dal (United), NNP- National People’s Party, NUZP- National Unionist Zamindara Party (NUZP), IND – Independent

Author: Ms Nitu Maurya is a research fellow at Liberty Institute, New Delhi.

Table: 4

Constituency

Rajasthan 2003 & 2008 Assembly Election

Rajasthan 2008 & 2013 Assembly Election

Rajasthan 2003, 2008 & 2013 Assembly Election

55 Constituencies retained by parties (BJP-31, INC-21, CPI (M)-1,IND-1, JD(U)-1)

71 Constituencies retained by parties (BJP-65, INC-6, IND-1)

30 Constituencies retained by parties (BJP-29, INC-1)

BJP

INC

BJP

INC

BJP

INC

Adarsh Nagar

X

Ahore

Ajmer North

X

X

X

Ajmer South

X

X

X

Alwar Rural

X

Alwar Urban

X

Amber

X

Anta

Anupgarh

Asind

X

Aspur

X

Bagidora

X

Bagru

Bali

X

X

X

Bamanwas

Bandikui

Bansur

Banswara

Baran Atru

Bari

Bari Sadri

Barmer

X

Baseri

X

Bassi

*

Bayana

X

X

X

Baytoo

Beawar

X

X

X

Begun

Behror

X

Bhadra

*

Bharatpur

X

Bhilwara

X

Bhim

X

X

X

Bhinmal

X

Bhopalgarh

X

Bikaner East

X

Bikaner West

X

Bilara

X

X

X

Bundi

X

Chaksu

X

Chhabra

Chittorgarh

Chohtan

Chomu

Chorasi

Churu

Civil Lines

Dag

Danta Ramgarh

Dausa

Deedwana

Deeg-Kumher

Degana

X

Deoli-Uniara

Dhariawad

Dhod

**

Dholpur

Dudu

Dungargarh

X

Dungarpur

X

Fatehpur

X

Ganganagar

X

Gangapur

Garhi

Ghatol

Gogunda

X

Gudha Malani

X

Hanumangarh

X

Hawa Mahal

Hindaun

Hindoli

Jahazpur

X

Jaisalmer

X

X

X

Jaitaran

Jalore

Jamwa Ramgarh

X

Jayal

Jhadol

Jhalrapatan

X

X

X

Jhotwara

X

Jhunjhunu

X

Jodhpur

X

X

X

Kaman

Kapasan

Karanpur

Karauli

Kathumar

X

Kekri

Keshoraipatan

Khajuwala

X

X

X

Khandar

X

Khandela

X

Khanpur

X

X

X

Kherwara

Khetri

Khinwsar

Kishanganj

Kishangarh

Kishangarh Bas

X

X

X

Kishan Pole

X

Kolayat

Kota North

Kota South

X

Kotputli

Kumbhalgarh

Kushalgarh

***

Lachhmangarh

X

Ladnun

Ladpura

X

X

X

Lalsot

Lohawat

X

X

X

Luni

X

Lunkaransar

X

Mahuwa

Makrana

Malpura

Malviya Nagar

X

Mandal

Mandalgarh

X

Mandawa

X

Manohar Thana

Marwar Junction

X

X

X

Masuda

Mavli

Merta

X

X

X

Mundawar

Nadbai

X

Nagar

X

Nagaur

X

X

X

Nasirabad

X

Nathdwara

X

Nawalgarh

Nawan

Neema Ka Thana

Nimbahera

Niwai

Nohar

X

Nokha

Osian

Pachpadra

Pali

X

X

X

Parbatsar

X

X

X

Phalodi

Phulera

X

X

X

Pilani

X

Pilibanga

Pindwara Abu

Pipalda

Pokaran

Pratapgarh

X

X

X

Pushkar

X

Raisinghnagar

Rajakhera

Rajgarh- Laxmangarh

Rajsamand

X

X

X

Ramganj Mandi

X

X

X

Ramgarh

X

Raniwara

Ratangarh

X

Reodar

X

X

X

Sadulpur

Sadulshahar

X

Sagwara

Sahara

X

Salumber

Sanchore

Sanganer

X

X

X

Sangaria

Sangod

Sapotra

Sardarpura

X

X

X

Sardarshahar

Sawai Madhopur

Shahpura

X

X

X

Shahpura

Sheo

Shergarh

X

X

X

Sikar

Sikrai

Sirohi

X

Siwana

X

Sojat

X

X

X

Soorsagar

X

Srimadhopur

Sujangarh

Sumerpur

Surajgarh

Suratgarh

Taranagar

X

Thanagazi

X

Tijara

X

Todabhim

Tonk

Udaipur

X

Udaipur Rural

Udaipurwati

Vallabhnagar

Vidhyadhar Nagar

X

Viratnagar

X

Weir

X

Source: www.empoweringIndia.org,

Note: * – IND, ** – CPM, ***- JD (U)

                                      Chart 1:

Note: Due to non-availability of 2012-13 economic growth data, we put 2013 assembly election vote% data in 2011-12 year.

Chart 2: Vote Percentage

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Rajasthan Assembly Election 2013 : Study and Analysis

Nitu Maurya

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Since the early 1990s, Rajasthan has turned in to a stable two party state, with the ruling party not getting reelected for two successive terms. Will history repeat itself in 2013? Last time in 2008, the difference in vote percentage between INC and BJP was just 2.5%, across the state. Which means that if just 3 out every 100 people change their mind, the result may change quite decisively. The strength of both the parties are also reflected in the fact that between 2003 and 2008 assembly elections, BJP had retained 31 seats, and the INC 21.

There are 2087 candidates contesting the Rajasthan Assembly election 2013 for 200 seats. Among 2087 total candidates, 199 candidates are belonging to BJP, 190 candidates belonging to BSP, 199 candidates belonging to INC, 37 candidates belonging to CPM and 11 candidates belonging to IND.

The Tally in 2008 Assembly election

Party

Total Candidates 2194

Yote Share (Turn Out 67%)

Total seats 200

BJP

193

34.27%

78

INC

200

36.82%

96

BSP

199

7.60%

6

Other parties

579

6.35%

6

IND

1023

14.96%

14

Source: www.empoweringIndia.org

Votes Polled: In 2008 Assembly election, Mahendra Jeet Singh (INC) from Bagidora constituency won the election with largest vote margin (44,689). On the other hand, Kalyan Singh Chounhan (BJP) from Nathdwara constituency won the election with lowest vote margin (1).

In 2003 Assembly election, Jeewaram Choudhary (BJP) from Sanchore consutitency won the election with largest vote margin (44,595). On the other hand, Suresh Meena (BSP) from Karauli constituency won the election with lowest vote margin (155).

In 2003 and 2008 assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh, 55 constituencies, reelected representatives of the same party. BJP had retained 31 out of 55 constituencies, INC had kept their hold on 21 constituencies and 1 constituency had kept by CPI (M), JD (U) and IND respectively (See Table 1).

Average assets of candidates: In Rajasthan Assembly election 2013, the average asset per candidate for BJP (199 candidates) is Rs.4.36 Crores, for INC (199 candidates) is Rs.4.79 Crores, for BSP (190 candidates) is Rs.93.43 Lakhs and for NPEPT (2 candidates) is Rs.2.13 Crores.

Average Asset per candidate (2194 candidates) in 2008 Rajasthan Assembly Elections was Rs. 72.67 lakhs. Among major parties, the average asset per candidate (200 candidates) of INC was Rs 2.19 Crores, for BJP was 1.91 Crores (193 candidates), for BSP was 87.24 Lakhs (199 candidates), and for NCP was Rs 38.57 lakhs (35 candidates).

Average Asset per MLA in 2008 Rajasthan Assembly Elections was Rs. 2.06 crores. Among major parties, the average asset per MLA for INC was 2.02 Crore (96 MLAs), for BJP was 1.76 Crore (78 MLAs), for BSP was 3.44 crore (6 MLAs) and for CPM was 8.49 lakhs (3 MLAs).

Candidates not declared PAN details: In Rajasthan Assembly election 2013, 9 out of 199 (5%) candidates of BJP, 11 out of 199 (6%) candidates of INC, 44 out of 190 (23%) candidates of BSP,  19 out of 56 (34%) candidates of SP and 18 out of 37 (49%) candidates of CPM have not declared their PAN details.

1268 out of 2194 (58%) candidates had not declared their PAN details in the Rajasthan 2008 Assembly Elections. Among parties, 50 out of 193 (26%) candidates of BJP, 42 out of 200 (21%) candidates of INC, 95 out of 199 (48%) candidates of BSP and 43 out of 60 (72%) candidates of SP had not declared their PAN details.

45 out of 200 (23%) MLAs had not declared their PAN details in the 2008 Rajasthan Assembly Elections. Among parties, 16 out of 78 (21%) MLAs of BJP, 19 out of 96 (20%) MLAs of INC, 5 out of 14 (36%) MLAs of IND and 1 MLAs of JD (U) and SP respectively had not declared their PAN details.

Candidates with Criminal Cases:  In Rajasthan Assembly election 2013, 28 out of 199 (14%) candidates of INC, 31 out of 199 (16%) candidates of BJP, 26 out of 190 (14%) candidates from BSP and 15 out of 37 (41%) candidates of CPM have acknowledged criminal cases.

In the Rajasthan 2008 Assembly Elections, INC had 28 out of 200 (14 %), BJP had 18 out of 193 (10 %) , BSP had 31 out of 199 (16 %), SP had 7 out of 60 (12 %), and CPM had 17 out of 32 (53 %) candidates acknowledged criminal cases.

30 out of 200 (15%) had MLAs acknowledged criminal cases. Among parties, 15 out of 96 (16%) MLAs of INC, 5 out of 78 (6%) MLAs of BJP, 3 out of 6 (50%) MLAs of BSP and 1 out of 3 (33%) MLA of CPM had acknowledged criminal cases.

Graduate Candidates: In Rajasthan Assembly election 2013, 44 out of 199 (22%) candidates of BJP, 41 out of 199 (21%) candidates of INC, 27 out of 190 (14%) candidates of BSP and 8 out of 37 (22%) candidates of CPM are graduate.

In the Rajasthan 2008 Assembly Elections, 310 out of 2194 (14%) candidates were graduate. Among parties, 36 out of 193 (19%) candidates of BJP, 37 out of 200 (19%) candidates of INC, 34 out 199 (17%) candidates of BSP, 6 out 37 (16%) candidates of CPM and 136 candidates of IND were graduate.

36 out of 200 (18%) MLAs were graduate in the Rajasthan 2008 Assembly Elections. Among parties, 13 out 78 (17%) MLAs of BJP, 20 out of 96 (21%) MLAs of INC and 2 MLAs of IND were graduate.

Young Candidates (35 years and below): In Rajasthan Assembly election 2013, 12 out of 199 (6%) candidates of BJP, 9 out of 199 (5%) candidates of INC, 39 out 190 (21%) candidates of BSP, 7 out of 37 (19%) candidates of CPM, 16 out of 56 (29%) candidates of SP and 6 out of 11 (55%) candidates of IND are young.

In the Rajasthan 2008 Assembly Elections, 298 out of 2194 (14%) candidates were young. Among parties, 8 out of 193 (4%) candidates of BJP, 14 out of 200 (7%) candidates of INC, 36 out of 199 (18%) candidates of BSP and 139 candidates of IND were young. 33 out of 200 (17%) MLAs were young in the Rajasthan 2008 Assembly Elections.

Contesting Women: In Rajasthan Assembly election 2013, 26 out of 199 (13%) candidates of BJP, 23 out of 199 (12%) candidates of INC and 9 out of 190 (5%) candidates of BSP are women.

In the Rajasthan 2008 Assembly Elections, 111 out 2194 (5%) candidates were women. Among the parties, 29 out of 193 (15%) candidates of BJP, 21 out of 200 (11%) candidates of INC and 33 candidates of IND were women.

28 out of 200 (14%) were women MLAs in Rajasthan 2008 Assembly Elections. Among parties, 13 out of 78 (17%) MLAs of BJP, 13 out of 96 (14%) MLAs of INC and 2 out of 14 (14%) MLAs of IND were women.

Party Abbreviations: INC – Indian National Congress, BJP – Bhartiya Janata Party, BSP- Bahujan Samaj Party, SP- Samajwadi Party, CPI (M)-  Communist Party of India (Marxist), JD (U)- Janata Dal (United), IND- Independent

Table: 1

Rajasthan Assembly Elections 2003 and 2008

55 Constituencies retained by parties (BJP-31, INC-21, CPI (M)-1,IND-1, JD(U)-1)

Dt_name

Ac_number

Ac_name

Party

Party

Name of the Constituencies retained by parties

Ganganagar

1

Sadulshahar

INC

INC

Sadulshahar

Ganganagar

2

Ganganagar

BJP

BJP

3

Karanpur

IND

BJP

4

Suratgarh

INC

BJP

5

Raisinghnagar

INC

BJP

6

Anupgarh

CPI (M)

Hanumangarh

7

Sangaria

INC

BJP

Hanumangarh

Bhadra

8

Hanumangarh

INC

INC

9

Pilibanga

INC

IND

10

Nohar

BJP

INLD

11

Bhadra

IND

IND

Bikaner

12

Khajuwala

BJP

BJP

Khajuwala

Lunkaransar

Dungargarh

13

Bikaner West

BJP

14

Bikaner East

BJP

INC

15

Kolayat

BJP

RSNM

16

Lunkaransar

INC

INC

17

Dungargarh

INC

INC

18

Nokha

IND

BJP

Churu

19

Sadulpur

BJP

INC

20

Taranagar

BJP

INC

21

Sardarshahar

BJP

INC

22

Churu

INC

BJP

23

Ratangarh

BJP

IND

24

Sujangarh

INC

BJP

Jhunjhunu

25

Pilani

BJP

INC

Mandawa

26

Surajgarh

INC

BJP

27

Jhunjhunu

INC

BJP

28

Mandawa

INC

INC

29

Nawalgarh

BSP

IND

30

Udaipurwati

BSP

31

Khetri

INC

BJP

Sikar

32

Fatehpur

INC

INC

Fatehpur

Dhod

33

Lachhmangarh

INC

BJP

34

Dhod

CPI (M)

CPI (M)

35

Sikar

INC

BJP

36

Danta Ramgarh

CPI (M)

INC

37

Khandela

BJP

INC

38

Neema Ka Thana

INC

BJP

39

Srimadhopur

INC

IND

Jaipur

40

Kotputli

LSWP

IND

Shahpura

Phulera

Amber

Jamwa Ramgarh

Sanganer

41

Viratnagar

BJP

42

Shahpura

BJP

BJP

43

Chomu

INC

BJP

44

Phulera

BJP

BJP

45

Dudu

INC

INC

46

Jhotwara

BJP

47

Amber

INC

INC

48

Jamwa Ramgarh

INC

INC

49

Hawa Mahal

INC

BJP

50

Vidhyadhar Nagar

BJP

51

Civil Lines

INC

52

Kishan Pole

INC

IND

53

Adarsh Nagar

BJP

54

Malviya Nagar

BJP

55

Sanganer

BJP

BJP

56

Bagru

INC

57

Bassi

IND

BJP

58

Chaksu

BJP

Alwar

59

Tijara

INC

INC

Tijara

Kishangarh Bas

Alwar Rural

60

Kishangarh Bas

BJP

BJP

61

Mundawar

INC

BJP

62

Behror

BJP

INC

63

Bansur

BJP

INC

64

Thanagazi

BJP

IND

65

Alwar Rural

INC

INC

66

Alwar Urban

BJP

67

Ramgarh

BJP

INC

68

Rajgarh- Laxmangarh

SP

BJP

69

Kathumar

BJP

INC

Bharatpur

70

Kaman

INC

BJP

Bayana

71

Nagar

BJP

INC

72

Deeg-Kumher

BJP

INLD

73

Bharatpur

BJP

INLD

74

Nadbai

BJP

IND

75

Weir

BJP

INC

76

Bayana

BJP

BJP

Dholpur

77

Baseri

BJP

78

Bari

BSP

INC

79

Dholpur

BJP

INC

80

Rajakhera

BJP

INC

Karauli

81

Todabhim

IND

BJP

82

Hindaun

INC

INLD

83

Karauli

BJP

BSP

84

Sapotra

BSP

BJP

Dausa

85

Bandikui

IND

BSP

86

Mahuwa

IND

BJP

87

Sikrai

INC

BJP

88

Dausa

BSP

BJP

89

Lalsot

IND

BJP

Sawai Madhopur

90

Gangapur

BSP

INC

Khandar

91

Bamanwas

INC

IND

92

Sawai Madhopur

INC

BJP

93

Khandar

INC

INC

Tonk

94

Malpura

IND

BJP

95

Niwai

INC

BJP

96

Tonk

INC

BJP

97

Deoli-Uniara

INC

Ajmer

98

Kishangarh

BJP

Pushkar

Ajmer North

Ajmer South

Nasirabad

Beawar

99

Pushkar

INC

INC

100

Ajmer North

BJP

BJP

101

Ajmer South

BJP

BJP

102

Nasirabad

INC

INC

103

Beawar

BJP

BJP

104

Masuda

IND

BJP

105

Kekri

INC

BJP

Nagaur

106

Ladnun

IND

BJP

Nagaur

Merta

Parbatsar

107

Deedwana

INC

BJP

108

Jayal

INC

BJP

109

Nagaur

BJP

BJP

110

Khinwsar

BJP

111

Merta

BJP

BJP

112

Degana

BJP

INC

113

Makrana

INC

BJP

114

Parbatsar

BJP

BJP

115

Nawan

INC

BJP

Pali

116

Jaitaran

IND

BJP

Sojat

Pali

Marwar Junction

Bali

117

Sojat

BJP

BJP

118

Pali

BJP

BJP

119

Marwar Junction

BJP

BJP

120

Bali

BJP

BJP

121

Sumerpur

NCP

BJP

Jodhpur

122

Phalodi

INC

BJP

Lohawat

Shergarh

Sardarpura

Jodhpur

Luni

Bilara

123

Lohawat

BJP

BJP

124

Shergarh

BJP

BJP

125

Osian

INC

BJP

126

Bhopalgarh

BJP

INC

127

Sardarpura

INC

INC

128

Jodhpur

BJP

BJP

129

Soorsagar

BJP

130

Luni

INC

INC

131

Bilara

BJP

BJP

Jaisalmer

132

Jaisalmer

BJP

BJP

Jaisalmer

133

Pokaran

INC

Barmer

134

Sheo

INC

BJP

Gudha Malani

135

Barmer

INC

BJP

136

Baytoo

INC

137

Pachpadra

INC

BJP

138

Siwana

BJP

IND

139

Gudha Malani

INC

INC

Jalore

140

Chohtan

INC

BJP

141

Ahore

INC

BJP

142

Jalore

INC

BJP

143

Bhinmal

BJP

INC

144

Sanchore

IND

BJP

145

Raniwara

INC

BJP

Sirohi

146

Sirohi

BJP

INC

Reodar

147

Pindwara Abu

INC

BJP

148

Reodar

BJP

BJP

Udaipur

149

Gogunda

INC

INC

Gogunda

150

Jhadol

BJP

151

Kherwara

INC

BJP

152

Udaipur Rural

INC

BJP

153

Udaipur

BJP

BJP

154

Mavli

INC

BJP

155

Vallabhnagar

INC

BJP

156

Salumber

INC

BJP

157

Dhariawad

INC

Dungarpur

158

Dungarpur

INC

INC

Dungarpur

Aspur

159

Aspur

INC

INC

160

Sagwara

INC

BJP

161

Chorasi

INC

BJP

Banswara

162

Ghatol

IND

BJP

Kushalgarh

163

Garhi

INC

164

Banswara

INC

BJP

165

Bagidora

INC

JD(U)

166

Kushalgarh

JD(U)

JD(U)

Chittorgarh

167

Kapasan

INC

BJP

Pratapgarh

168

Begun

INC

BJP

169

Chittorgarh

INC

BJP

170

Nimbahera

INC

BJP

171

Bari Sadri

INC

172

Pratapgarh

BJP

BJP

Rajsamand

173

Bhim

BJP

BJP

Bhim

Rajsamand

174

Kumbhalgarh

INC

BJP

175

Rajsamand

BJP

BJP

176

Nathdwara

BJP

INC

Bhilwara

177

Asind

BJP

IND

Sahara

Jahazpur

Mandalgarh

178

Mandal

INC

BJP

179

Sahara

INC

INC

180

Bhilwara

BJP

BJP

181

Shahpura

INC

182

Jahazpur

BJP

BJP

183

Mandalgarh

INC

INC

Bundi

184

Hindoli

BJP

INC

185

Keshoraipatan

INC

BJP

186

Bundi

BJP

INC

Kota

187

Pipalda

INC

BJP

Ladpura

Ramganj Mandi

188

Sangod

INC

189

Kota North

INC

BJP

190

Kota South

BJP

191

Ladpura

BJP

BJP

192

Ramganj Mandi

BJP

BJP

Baran

193

Anta

INC

194

Kishanganj

INC

BJP

195

Baran Atru

INC

IND

196

Chhabra

INC

BJP

Jhalawar

197

Dag

INC

BJP

Jhalrapatan

Khanpur

198

Jhalrapatan

BJP

BJP

199

Khanpur

BJP

BJP

200

Manohar Thana

INC

BJP

Source: www.EmpoweringIndia.org

Note: The blank party column shows that some 2008 Constituencies names do not match with 2003 Constituencies names, because of delimitation.

Nitu Maurya is a research fellow at Liberty Institute, New Delhi.

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