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Rajasthan Assembly Election Result 2018 Live Vote Counting Updates

Rajasthan Assembly Election Result 2018 Live Vote Counting Updates: Rajasthan Assembly Election was held on 7 December 2018 in 199 constituencies with the beginning from 8 am to 5 pm. The election for Rajasthan Assembly took place on more than 51,000 polling stations. According to the Indian Election Commission, the vote tally of Rajasthan legislative assembly will be declared on 11 December 2018 along with 4 other states such as Mizoram, Telangana, Madhya Pradesh, and Chhattisgarh. Rajasthan Exit Polls 2018

Rajasthan Assembly Election Result 2018

The main competitors in Rajasthan Assembly Election 2018 are BJP and Congress, other than that Aam Aadmi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party are also competing in the Rajasthan Assembly Election.

On Friday evening, the exit polls of Rajasthan Assembly Election brought the certain amount of initial relief in the Congress camp which boosted up the energy of Congress party. If the prediction of exit polls gets true, then the congress is likely to win and rule the Rajasthan with the announcement of the results of Rajasthan Assembly Election on 11th December 2018.

Rajasthan Election 2018 Live Vote Counting Update

It clearly indicates the winning of congress party in Rajasthan by clear margin. The exit poll report by India Today- Axis, Times Now- CNX, and other news surveys also indicate the winning of Congress in Rajasthan through its prediction.

Rajasthan Assembly Election Results December 11, 2018

Party Win Change*
Cong 0 0
BJP 0 0
Others 0 0
Awaited 0 0

Rajasthan Elections 2018 Results

*Map showing Rajasthan Assembly election results 2018.

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Rajasthan Assembly Election 2013 Party Wise Results (200 Seats)

State Win Second Win Others Win
Rajasthan BJP 163 INC 21 Others 16

BJPINCOthers8%81.5%

Party Seats
BJP 163
INC 21
Others 16

2013 Result

BJPINCOthers39.5%51%

Party Seats
BJP 79
INC 102
Others 19

2008 Result

Rajasthan Constituency Wise 2013 Winning Candidates List

Candidate Name Party Constituency Name
Ashok Parnami BJP Adarsh Nagar
Shankar Singh Rajpurohit BJP Ahore
Vasudev Devnani BJP Ajmer North
Anita Bhadel BJP Ajmer South
Jairam BJP Alwar Rural
Banwari Lal Singhal BJP Alwar Urban
Naveen Pilania NPP Amber
Prabhu Lal Saini BJP Anta
Shimla Bawri BJP Anupgarh
Ram Lal Gurjar BJP Asind
Gopi Chand Meena BJP Aspur
Mahendra Jeet Singh Malviya Congress Bagidora
Kailash Chand BJP Bagru
Pushpendra Singh BJP Bali
Kunji Lal BJP Bamanwas
Mrs Alka Singh BJP Bandikui
Shakuntala Rawat Congress Bansur
Dhansingh BJP Banswara
Ram Pal BJP Baran-Atru
Girraj Singh Congress Bari
Gautam Kumar BJP Bari Sadri
Mewaram Jain Congress Barmer
Rani Silotia BJP Baseri
Anju Devi Dhanka IND Bassi
Bachchu Singh BJP Bayana
Kailash Choudhary BJP Baytoo
Shankar Singh BJP Beawar
Suresh BJP Begun
Jaswant Singh BJP Behror
Sanjeev Kumar BJP Bhadra
Vijay Kumar BJP Bharatpur
Vitthal Shankar Avasthi BJP Bhilwara
Hari Singh Rawat BJP Bhim
Poora Ram BJP Bhinmal
Kamasa BJP Bhopalgarh
Siddhi Kumari BJP Bikaner East
Gopal Krishan BJP Bikaner West
Arjunlal BJP Bilara
Ashok Dogra BJP Bundi
Laxminarain BJP Chaksu
Pratap Singh BJP Chhabra
Chandra Bhan BJP Chittorgarh
Tarun Rai Kaga BJP Chohtan
Ramlal Sharma BJP Chomu
Sushil BJP Chorasi
Rajendra Rathore BJP Churu
Arun Chaturvedi BJP Civil Lines
Ram Chandra BJP Dag
Narayan Singh Congress Danta Ramgarh
Shankar Lal Sharma BJP Dausa
Yunus Khan BJP Deedwana
Vishvendra Singh Congress Deeg-Kumher
Ajay Singh BJP Degana
Rajendra BJP Deoli-Uniara
Gotam Lal BJP Dhariawad
Gordhan BJP Dhod
Banwari Lal Kushwah BSP Dholpur
Premchand BJP Dudu
Kishana Ram BJP Dungargarh
Devendra Katara BJP Dungarpur
Nand Kishor IND Fatehpur
Kamini Jindal NUZP Ganganagar
Man Singh BJP Gangapur
Jeetmal Khant BJP Garhi
Navneet Lal BJP Ghatol
Pratap Lal Bheel BJP Gogunda
Ladu Ram BJP Gudha Malani
Rampratap BJP Hanumangarh
Surendra Pareek BJP Hawa Mahal
Rajkumari BJP Hindaun
Ashok Congress Hindoli
Dhiraj Gurjar Congress Jahazpur
Chhotu Singh BJP Jaisalmer
Surendra Goyal BJP Jaitaran
Amrita Solanki BJP Jalore
Jagdish Narayan Meena BJP Jamwa Ramgarh
Dr Manju Baghmaar BJP Jayal
Heeralal Congress Jhadol
Vasundhara Raje BJP Jhalrapatan
Rajpal Singh Sekhawat BJP Jhotwara
Brijendra Singh Ola Congress Jhunjhunu
Kailash Bhanshali BJP Jodhpur
Jagat Singh BJP Kaman
Arjun Lal BJP Kapasan
Surender Pal Singh BJP Karanpur
Darshan Singh Congress Karauli
Mangal Ram BJP Kathumar
Shatrughan Gautam BJP Kekri
Baboo Lal Verma BJP Keshoraipatan
Vishwanath BJP Khajuwala
Jitendra Kumar Gothwal BJP Khandar
Banshidhar BJP Khandela
Narendra Nagar BJP Khanpur
Nana Lal Ahari BJP Kherwara
Pooranmal Saini BSP Khetri
Hanuman Beniwal IND Khinwsar
Mohan Lal BJP Kishan Pole
Lalit Kumar BJP Kishanganj
Bhagirath Choudhary BJP Kishangarh
Ramhet Singh BJP Kishangarh Bas
Bhanwar Singh Congress Kolayat
Prahlad Gunjal BJP Kota North
Om Birla BJP Kota South
Rajendra Singh Yadav Congress Kotputli
Surendra Singh Rathore BJP Kumbhalgarh
Bhima BJP Kushalgarh
Govind Singh Congress Lachhmangarh
Manohar Singh BJP Ladnun
Bhawani Singh Rajawat BJP Ladpura
Kirori Lal Meena NPP Lalsot
Gajendra Singh BJP Lohawat
Jogaram Patel BJP Luni
Manik Chand IND Lunkaransar
Omprakash BJP Mahuwa
Shreeram Bhincher BJP Makrana
Kanhiya Lal BJP Malpura
Kalicharan BJP Malviya Nagar
Kalu Lal BJP Mandal
Kirtikumari BJP Mandalgarh
Narendra Kumar IND Mandawa
Kanwar Lal BJP Manohar Thana
Kesaram Choudhary BJP Marwar Junction
Sushil Kanwar Palara BJP Masuda
Dali Chand Dangi BJP Mavli
Sukharam BJP Merta
Dharam Pal Choudhary BJP Mundawar
Krishnendra Kaur BJP Nadbai
Anita BJP Nagar
Habibur Rahman Ashrafi Lamba BJP Nagaur
Sanwar Lal BJP Nasirabad
Kalyansingh Chouhan BJP Nathdwara
Dr Rajkumar Sharma IND Nawalgarh
Vijay Singh BJP Nawan
Prem Singh BJP Neema Ka Thana
Shrichand Kriplani BJP Nimbahera
Heera Lal Raiger BJP Niwai
Abhishek BJP Nohar
Rameshwar Lal Dudi Congress Nokha
Bhera Ram Choudhary BJP Osian
Amra Ram BJP Pachpadra
Gyanchand Parakh BJP Pali
Man Singh BJP Parbatsar
Pabba Ram Bishnoi BJP Phalodi
Nirmal Kumawat BJP Phulera
Sunderlal BJP Pilani
Dropati BJP Pilibanga
Samaram BJP Pindwara Abu
Vidya Shankar Nandwana BJP Pipalda
Shaitan Singh BJP Pokaran
Nandlal BJP Pratapgarh
Suresh Singh Rawat BJP Pushkar
Sona Devi NUZP Raisinghnagar
Pradhyumn Singh Congress Rajakhera
Golma NPP Rajgarh-Laxmangarh
Kiran Maheshwari BJP Rajsamand
Chandra Kanta Meghwal BJP Ramganj Mandi
Gyandev Ahuja BJP Ramgarh
Narayan Singh Dewal BJP Raniwara
Rajkumar Rinwa BJP Ratangarh
Jagasi Ram BJP Reodar
Manoj Kumar BSP Sadulpur
Gurjant Singh BJP Sadulshahar
Anita Katara BJP Sagwara
Dr Balu Ram Chaudhary BJP Sahara
Amrit Lal BJP Salumber
Sukhram Congress Sanchore
Ghanshyam Tiwari BJP Sanganer
Krishan Kadva BJP Sangaria
Heeralal Nagar BJP Sangod
Ramesh Congress Sapotra
Ashok Gehlot Congress Sardarpura
Bhanwar Lal Congress Sardarshahar
Diya Kumari BJP Sawai Madhopur
Rao Rajendra Singh BJP Shahpura
Kailash Chandra Meghwal BJP Shahpura
Manvendra Singh BJP Sheo
Babu Singh BJP Shergarh
Ratan Lal Jaldhari BJP Sikar
Geeta Verma NPP Sikrai
Otaram BJP Sirohi
Hameersingh Bhayal BJP Siwana
Sanjana Agari BJP Sojat
Suryakanta Vyas BJP Soorsagar
Jhabar Singh Kharra BJP Srimadhopur
Khemaram BJP Sujangarh
Madan Rathore BJP Sumerpur
Santosh Ahlawat BJP Surajgarh
Rajender Singh Bhadu BJP Suratgarh
Jainarayan BJP Taranagar
Hem Singh Bhadana BJP Thanagazi
Maman Singh BJP Tijara
Ghanshyam Congress Todabhim
Ajit Singh BJP Tonk
Gulab Chand Kataria BJP Udaipur
Phool Singh Meena BJP Udaipur Rural
Shubhkaran BJP Udaipurwati
M Randhir Singh IND Vallabhnagar
Narpat Singh Rajvi BJP Vidhyadhar Nagar
Dr Phoolchand Bhinda BJP Viratnagar
Bahadur Singh BJP Weir

According to the poll result, BJP gets 85 seats while Congress gets 105 seats and wins with a clear Margin. However, there is a alight difference in exit polls result by various news surveys such as India Today- Axis indicated Congress winning with 119-141 seats while BJP at 55-702 seats. Time Now- CNX shows Congress at 105 seats and BJP at 85.

Rajasthan Assembly Election is important for all the parties especially to BJP and Congress because it sends 25 Members of Parliament to Lok Sabha. It will be a big loss for one of them if they lose in Rajasthan Assembly Election. On the other hand, BJP has high margin of Members of Parliament of Lok Sabha in comparison to Congress where BJP currently has 23 MPs while Congress just has 2 MPs.

The Indian National Congress has kept 2 candidates for the post of Chief Minister. The 2 candidates are Ashok Gehlot and Sachin Pilot. Meanwhile, Vasundhara Raje, the current Chief Minister of Rajasthan has again stood up for the CM’s job from BJP.

Earlier, Vasundhara Raje became the CM of Rajasthan in 2003 by defeating Congress with 120 seats while at that time Congress won merely 56 seats. She was again elected for the CM in 2013 elections by defeating INC with 85 seats while Congress won 75 seats in 2013 elections.

According to the prediction from News Surveys and exit polls, it indicate the winning of congress but it is to see what Election commission announces on 11 December 2018 and which government will form in Rajasthan.