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Rajasthan Election Result 2023: Constituency-wise full list of BJP, Congress, BSP and RLP winners

Rajasthan Election 2023 Winners: CM Ashok Gehlot, former CM Vasundhara Raje, Sachin Pilot, Kirodi Lal Meena, Baba Balaknath Yogi, Diya Kumari, Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, Hanuman Beniwal, Govind Singh Dotasra and Shanti Kumar Dhariwal registered victories from their respective seats.

Written By: Varun Sharma @Poldip Jaipur Updated on: December 05, 2023 16:48 IST
Rajasthan Election Results 2023 winners list
Image Source : INDIA TV Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and former Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje.

Rajasthan Election 2023 Winners​: The counting of votes for the Assembly Elections in Rajasthan finally concluded on December 3 (Sunday) with the victory of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the state. The party won 115 seats in the state with a vote share of 41.69 per cent. The ruling Congress party was reduced to 69 seats with a vote share of 39.53 per cent. The Bahujan Samaj Party won 2 seats with a vote share of 1.82 per cent. The Hanuman Beniwal-led Rashtriya Loktantrik Party (RLP) won a single seat in the state with a vote share of 2.39 per cent. Election Coverage 

Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot (Congress) from Sardarpura, former CM Vasundhara Raje (BJP) from Jhalrapatan, Sachin Pilot (Congress) from Tonk, Kirodi Lal Meena (BJP) from Sawai Madhopur, Baba Balaknath Yogi (BJP) from Tijara, Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore (BJP) from Jhotwara, Govind Singh Dotasara (Congress) from Lachhmangarh, Diya Kumari (BJP) from Vidhyadhar Nagar, Brijendra Singh Ola (Congress) from Jhunjhunu and Shanti Kumar Dhariwal (Congress) from Kota North are some of the key winners. 

The counting in three other states including Telangana, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh also took place along with Rajasthan. The BJP registered victories in Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh while the Congress won Telangana. In Mizoram, the counting was held on December 4 (Monday). The Assembly Elections in these five states were held between November 7 and November 30. Rajasthan has 200 seats in the Assembly.

In Rajasthan, the two major political parties are the Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The other two major parties in the state are the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) of Mayawati and the Rashtriya Loktantrik Party (RLP), which is led by Hanuman Beniwal. Following its victory in the 2018 Rajasthan Assembly Elections, Ashok Gehlot led the Congress to form the government. In the state, the BJP secured 73 seats.

Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot (Congress), former Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia (BJP), former Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot (Congress), Kirodi Lal Meena (BJP), Rajendra Singh Rathore (BJP), Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore (BJP), Satish Poonia (BJP), CP Joshi (Congress), Diya Kumari (BJP) and Govind Singh Dotasra (Congress) are some of the key candidates in Rajasthan.  

Here is the complete list of constituency-wise winners in Rajasthan:

Rajasthan Assembly Election Winners 2023

Constituency Number Constituency Name Winning Candidate and Party Margin
1. Sadulshahar

Gurveer Singh Brar (BJP)

15,460
2. Ganganagar Jaydeep Bihani (BJP) 29,779
3. Karanpur The polling adjourned due to the death of a candidate. -
4. Suratgarh Dungarram Gedar (Congress) 50,459
5. Raisingh Nagar Sohan Lal Nayak (Congress) 14,025
6. Anupgarh Shimla Devi (Congress) 37,881
7. Sangaria Abhimanyu Poonia (Congress) 42,010
8. Hanumangarh Ganeshraj Bansal (Independent) 9,698
9. Pilibanga Vinod Kumar Gothwal (Congress) 55,273
10. Nohar Amit Chachan (Congress) 895
11. Bhadra Sanjeev Kumar (BJP) 1,132
12. Khajuwala Dr Vishwanath Meghwal (BJP) 17,374
13. Bikaner West Jethanand Vyas (BJP) 20,194
14. Bikaner East Siddhi Kumari (BJP) 19,303
15. Kolayat Anshuman Singh Bhati (BJP) 32,933
16. Lunkaransar Sumit Godara (BJP) 8,869
17. Dungargarh Tarachand Saraswat (BJP) 8,125
18. Nokha Sushila Rameshwar Dudi (Congress) 8,149
19. Sadulpur Manoj Kumar (BSP) 2,574
20. Taranagar Narendra Budania (Congress) 10,345
21. Sardarshahar Anil Kumar Sharma (Congress) 22,332
22. Churu Harlal Saharan (BJP) 6,874
23. Ratangarh Poosaram Godara (Congress) 29,663
24. Sujangarh Manoj Kumar Meghwal (Congress) 2,453
25. Pilani Pitram Singh Kala (Congress) 14,845
26. Surajgarh Sharwan Kumar (Congress) 37,414
27. Jhunjhunu Brijendra Singh Ola (Congress)  28,863
28. Mandawa Kumari Rita Chaudhary (Congress) 18,717
29. Nawalgarh Vikram Singh Jakhal (BJP) 23,180
30. Udaipurwati Bhagawana Ram Saini (Congress) 416
31. Khetri Dharampal Gurjar (BJP) 9,114
32. Fatehpur Hakam Ali Khan (Congress) 25,993
33. Lachhmangarh Govind Singh Dotasra (Congress)  18,970
34. Dhod Gordhan Verma (BJP) 13,378
35. Sikar Rajendra Pareek (Congress) 30,038
36. Danta Ramgarh Virendra Singh (Congress)  7,997
37. Khandela Subhash Meel (BJP) 42,639
38. Neem Ka Thana Suresh Modi (Congress) 33,090
39. Srimadhopur Jhabar Singh Kharra (BJP) 14,459
40. Kotputli Hansraj Patel (BJP) 321
41. Viratnagar Kuldeep Dhankad (BJP) 17,589
42. Shahpura Manish Yadav (Congress) 64,908
43. Chomu Dr Shikha Meel Barala (Congress) 5,695
44. Phulera Vidhyadhar Singh (Congress)  26,898 
45. Dudu Dr Prem Chand Bairwa (BJP) 35,743
46. Jhotwara Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore (BJP) 50,167
47. Amber Prashant Sharma (Congress) 9,092
48. Jamwa Ramgarh Mahendra Pal Meena (BJP) 38,427
49. Hawa Mahal Balmukundacharya (BJP) 974 
50. Vidhyadhar Nagar Diya Kumari (BJP) 71,368
51. Civil Lines Gopal Sharma (BJP) 28,329
52. Kishan Pole Amin Kagzi (Congress) 7,056
53. Adarsh Nagar Rafeek Khan (Congress) 14,073
54. Malviya Nagar Kalicharan Saraf (BJP)  35,494
55. Sanganer Bhajanlal Sharma (BJP) 48,081
56. Bagru Kailash Chand Verma (BJP) 45,250
57. Bassi Laxman Meena (Congress)  6,314
58. Chaksu Ramavatar Bairwa (BJP) 49,380
59. Tijara Mahant Balaknath Yogi (BJP) 6,173
60. Kishangarh Bas Deepchand Khairiya (Congress) 10,496
61. Mundawar Lalit Yadav (Congress) 35,624
62. Behror Dr Jaswant Singh Yadav (BJP) 17,223
63. Bansur Devi Singh Shekhawat (BJP) 7,420
64. Thanagazi Kanti Prasad Meena (Congress) 1,939
65. Alwar Rural Tikaram Jully (Congress) 27,333
66.  Alwar Urban Sanjay Sharma (BJP) 9,087
67. Ramgarh Zubair Khan (Congress) 19,696
68. Rajgarh Laxmangarh Mangelal Meena (Congress) 22,567
69. Kathumar Ramesh Khinchi (BJP) 409
70. Kaman Nauksham Chaudhary (BJP) 13,906
71. Nagar Jawahar Singh Bedham (BJP) 1,531
72. Deeg-Kumher Dr Shailesh Singh (BJP) 7,895
73. Bharatpur Dr Subhash Garg (RLD) 5,387
 74.  Nadbai Jagat Singh (BJP) 15,767
 75.  Weir Bahadur Singh (BJP) 6,972
 76.  Bayana Dr Ritu Banawat (Independent) 40,642
 77.  Baseri Sanjay Kumar Jatav (Congress) 27,110
78. Bari Jaswant Singh Gurjar (BSP) 27,424
79. Dholpur Shobharani Kushwah (Congress) 16,789
80. Rajakhera Rohit Bohra (Congress) 15,557
81. Todabhim Ghanshyam Mahar (Congress) 28,861
82. Hindaun Anita Jatav (Congress) 38,276
83. Karauli Darshan Singh Gurjar s(BJP) 2,183
84. Sapotra Hansraj Meena (BJP) 43,834
85. Bandikui Bhagchand Tankda (BJP) 12,380
86. Mahuwa Rajendra Meena (BJP) 7,917
87. Sikrai Vikram Bansiwal (BJP) 9,428
88. Dausa Murari Lal Meena (Congress) 31,204
89. Lalsot Rambilas Meena (BJP) 47,068
90. Gangapur Ramkesh Meena (Congress) 19,268
91. Bamanwas Indra Meena (Congress) 7,865
92. Sawai Madhopur Kirodi Lal Meena (BJP) 22,510
93. Khandar Jitendra Kumar Gothwal (BJP) 14,015
94. Malpura Kanhaiyalal Choudhary (BJP) 16,189
95. Niwai Ram Sahay Varma Regar (BJP) 12,941
96. Tonk Sachin Pilot (Congress) 29,475
97. Deoli-Uniara Harish Chandra Meena (Congress) 19,175
98. Kishangarh Vikash Choudhary (Congress) 3,620
99. Pushkar Suresh Singh Rawat (BJP) 13,869
100. Ajmer North Vasudev Devnani (BJP) 4,644
101. Ajmer South Anita Bhadel (BJP) 4,446
102. Nasirabad Ramswaroop Lamba (BJP) 1,135
103. Beawar Shankersingh Rawat (BJP) 8,878
104. Masuda Virendra Singh (BJP) 26,716
105. Kekri Shatrughan Gautam (BJP) 7,542
106. Ladnun Mukesh Kumar Bhakar (Congress) 15,954
107. Deedwana Yoonus Khan (Independent) 2,392
108. Jayal Dr Manju Baghmar (BJP) 1,565
109. Nagaur Harendra Mirdha (Congress) 14,620
110. Khinwsar Hanuman Beniwal (RLP) 2,059
111. Merta Laxman Ram Meghwal (BJP) 17,515
112. Degana Ajay Singh (BJP) 7,755
113. Makrana Zakir Hussain Gesawat (Congress) 29,314
114. Parbatsar Ramniwas Gawriya (Congress) 10,316
115. Nawan Vijay Singh (BJP) 23,948
116. Jaitaran Avinash Gehlot (BJP) 13,526
117. Sojat Shobha Chauhan (BJP) 31,772
118. Pali Bheem Raj Bhati (Congress) 7,888
119. Marwar Junction Kesaram Choudhary (BJP) 33,021
120. Bali Pushpendra Singh (BJP) 10,493
121. Sumerpur Joraram Kumawat (BJP) 27,382
122. Phalodi Pabba Ram Bishnoi (BJP) 10,784
123. Lohawat Gajendra Singh Khimsar (BJP) 10,549
124. Shergarh Babu Singh Rathore (BJP) 25,044
125. Osian Bhera Ram Choudhary (BJP) 2,807
126. Bhopalgarh Geeta Barwar (Congress) 24,298
127. Sardarpura Ashok Gehlot (Congress) 26,396
128. Jodhpur Atul Bhansali (BJP) 13,525
129. Soorsagar Devendra Joshi (BJP) 38,759
130. Luni Jogaram Patel (BJP) 24,678
131. Bilara Arjun Lal Garg (BJP) 10,424
132. Jaisalmer Chhotusingh Bhati (BJP) 18,687
133. Pokaran Mahant Pratap Puri (BJP) 35,427
134. Sheo Ravindra Singh Bhati (Independent) 3,950
135. Barmer Dr Priyanka Chowdhary (Independent) 13,337
136. Baytu Harish Chaudhary (Congress) 910
137. Pachpadra Arun Choudhary (BJP) 2,529
138. Siwana Hameer Singh Bhayal (BJP) 11,807
139. Gudhmalani Krishan Kumar KK Vishnoi (BJP) 15,217
140. Chohtan Adu Ram Meghwal (BJP) 1,428
141. Ahore Chhagan Singh Rajpurohit (BJP) 11,215
142. Jalore Jogeshwar Garg (BJP) 19,536
143. Bhinmal Samarjit Singh (Congress) 1,027
144. Sanchore Jiva Ram Choudhary (Independent) 4,671
145. Raniwara Ratan Devasi (Congress) 22,362
146. Sirohi Ota Ram Dewasi (BJP) 35,805
147. Pindwara Abu Samaram Garasiya (BJP) 13,094
148. Reodar Motiram Koli (Congress) 3,564
149. Gogunda Pratap Lal Bheel (BJP) 3,665
150. Jhadol Babulal Kharadi (BJP) 6,488
151. Kherwara Dr Dayaram Parmar (Congress) 17,244
152. Udaipur Rural Phool Singh Meena (BJP) 27,345
153. Udaipur Tarachand Jain (BJP) 32,771
154. Mavli Pushkar Lal Dangi (Congress) 1,567
155. Vallabh Nagar Udailal Dangi (BJP) 20,060
156. Salumber Amritlal Meena (BJP) 14,691
157. Dhariyawad Thavar Chand (Bharat Adivasi Party) 6,691
158. Dungarpur Ganesh Ghogra (Congress) 19,053
159. Aspur Umesh Meena (Bharat Adivasi Party) 28,940
160. Sagwara Shankarlal Decha (BJP) 11,999
161. Chorasi Rajkumar Roat (Bharat Adivasi Party) 69,166
162. Ghatol Nanalal Ninama (Congress) 3,691
163. Garhi Kailash Chandra Meena (BJP) 15,107
164. Banswara Arjun Singh Bamaniya (Congress) 1,400
165. Bagidora Mahendra Jeet Singh Malviya (Congress) 41,355
166. Kushalgarh Ramila Khadiya (Congress) 9,804
167. Kapasan Arjun Lal Jingar (BJP) 21,344
168. Begun Dr Suresh Dhakar (BJP) 50,661
169. Chittorgarh Chandrabhan Singh Chouhan (Independent) 6,823
170. Nimbahera Shrichand Kriplani (BJP) 3,845
171. Bari Sadri Gautam Kumar (BJP) 11,832
172. Pratapgarh Hemant Meena (BJP) 25,109
173. Bhim Harisingh Rawat (BJP) 31,768
174. Kumbhalgarh Surendra Singh Rathore (BJP) 22,060
175. Rajsamand Deepti Kiran Maheshwari (BJP) 31,962
176. Nathdwara Vishvaraj Singh Mewar (BJP) 7,504
177. Asind Jabbar Singh Sankhala (BJP) 1,526
178. Mandal Udai Lal Bhadana (BJP) 35,878
179. Sahara Ladu Lal Pitliya (BJP) 62,519
180. Bhilwara Ashok Kumar Kothari (Independent) 10,778
181. Shahpura Lalaram Bairwa (BJP) 59,298
182. Jahazpur Gopichand Meena (BJP) 580
183. Mandalgarh Gopal Lal Sharma (BJP) 8,194
184. Hindoli Ashok Chandna (Congress) 45,004
185. Keshoraipatan Chunnilal CL Premi Bairwa (Congress) 17,087
186. Bundi Harimohan Sharma (Congress) 18,814
187. Pipalda Chetan Patel Kolana (Congress) 21,005
188. Sangod Heeralal Nagar (BJP) 25,586
189. Kota North Shanti Kumar Dhariwal (Congress) 2,486
190. Kota South Sandeep Sharma (BJP) 11,962
191. Ladpura Kalpana Devi (BJP) 25,522
192. Ramganj Mandi Madan Dilawar (BJP) 18,422
193. Anta Kanwarlal Meena (BJP) 5,861
194. Kishanganj Lalit Meena (BJP) 22,281
195. Baran-Atru Radheshyam Bairwa (BJP) 19,754
196. Chhabra Pratap Singh Singhvi (BJP) 5,108
197. Dag Kaluram Meghwal (BJP) 22,261
198. Jhalrapatan Vasundhara Raje (BJP) 53,193
199. Khanpur Suresh Gurjar (Congress) 8,425
200. Manohar Thana Govind Prasad (BJP) 24,865
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