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Rajasthan

Rajasthan is the largest state of India area wise (after the division of Madhya Pradesh into two states i.e. Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh) with an area of 342239 sq km. Principal languages spoken in the state are Hindi and Rajasthani. It has international borders with Pakistan on west. The state has shown a significant progress in the last decade on issues like industrial development, poverty eradication and literacy program. It has 25 Parliamentary Constituencies and traditionally a key battle ground of INC and BJP.

Capital : Jaipur

No of Parliamentary Constituencies: 25

No of Assembly Constituencies: 200

 

Rajasthan State Assembly Election Results 2008

 

Parliamentary Constituencies

S. No. Constituency Name
1 Ganganagar
2 Bikaner
3 Churu
4 Jhunjhunu
5 Sikar
6 Jaipur Rural
7 Jaipur
8 Alwar
9 Bharatpur
10 Karauli-Dholpur
11 Dausa
12 Tonk-Sawai Madhopur
13 Ajmer
14 Nagaur
15 Pali
16 Jodhpur
17 Barmer
18 Jalore
19 Udaipur
20 Banswara
21 Chittorgarh
22 Rajsamand
23 Bhilwara
24 Kota
25 Jhalawar-Baran

Constituency Map

 

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Results General Election
2009

State : Rajasthan

Name of
the Party
Seats
Contested
Seats
Won
National Parties
BSP 24 0
BJP 25 4
CPI 2 0
CPI(M) 3 0
INC 25 20
NCP 0 0
RJD 0 0
Total
National
Parties
79 24
State Parties : None
Unrecognized
Parties
81 0
IND 186 1
Total 346 25

 

State Assembly Elections 2008
Party
Contested
Won
 
INC 200 96
BJP 193 78
BSP 199 6
CPM 34 3
IND 1023 14
others 545 3
TOTAL 2194 200

* Percentage of votes for the AC

**Others consist of Independents and all
other parties who contested in the
elections

 

RULING PARTY
INC

Chief Minister

Mr. Ashok Gehlot

Govt. of Rajasthan
State Chief Electoral Officer

 

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