The countdown for the assembly elections to be held in Rajasthan on 25th November has started. Elections are to be held here on 25th November. All political parties are engaged whole-heartedly in this. Everyone is claiming their victory. While the Bharatiya Janata Party is claiming to return to power, the Congress is boasting of changing history by registering its second consecutive victory.
A total of 1,875 candidates are in the fray for the elections to be held on 200 assembly seats. In the 2018 assembly elections, Congress won 99 seats and formed the government with the help of BSP. At the same time, BJP was reduced to 73 seats from 163 seats as compared to 2013. In the last election, there were many candidates who won by less than 1 thousand votes.
1. Asind Assembly Constituency
BJP’s Jabbar Singh Sankhla, who contested from Asind constituency, won by a margin of 154 votes (margin percentage – 0.1 percent).
2. Marwar Junction
Independent candidate Khushveer Singh had won this seat by a margin of 251 votes (margin percentage – 0.2 percent).
3. Pilibanga Constituency
Bharatiya Janata Party’s Dharmendra Kumar had won the Pilibanga seat by a margin of 278 votes (margin percentage – 0.1 percent).
4. Bundi Constituency
In 2018, BJP’s Ashok Dogra had won the Bundi assembly seat by a margin of 713 votes (margin percentage – 0.3 percent).
5. Fatehpur Constituency
Hakam Ali Khan of Congress, who contested this seat, won by a margin of 860 votes (margin percentage – 0.5 percent).
6. Pokaran Constituency
Shale Mohammad of Congress, who contested from this seat, won by a margin of 872 votes (margin percentage – 0.5 percent).
7. Dantaramgarh Constituency
From this assembly seat, Congress’s Virendra Singh had won over his opponent by a margin of 872 votes (margin percentage – 0.5 percent).
8. Khetri Constituency
Congress’s Jitendra Singh had won from Khetri assembly seat by a slight margin of 957 votes (margin percentage – 0.6 percent).
9. Siwana Constituency
Hamir Singh Bhayal of Bharatiya Janata Party had won the Siwana seat by a margin of 957 votes (margin percentage – 0.6 percent).