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Election Schedule for Maharashtra, Haryana Jharkhand may be announced soon.

Election Schedule for Maharashtra, Haryana and Jharkhand may be announced soon.


The election schedule of Maharashtra and Haryana is likely to be announced in the next few days. Top sources in the Election Commission (EC) said that the announcement could begin in the next two to three days.

Elections for the three-state assemblies Maharashtra, Haryana and Jharkhand are due before the end of the year. Notification of Haryana and Maharashtra elections will come first. The Jharkhand Legislative Assembly will go to elections later and may be involved in several phases due to the threat of Left-Wing Extremism and deployment of forces.

 

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 Sources said that the entire process of voting and counting in Maharashtra and Haryana may be done before Diwali.

The final round of review for the elections to the two-state assemblies of the BJP-ruled states is underway. The EC has held several rounds of meetings with state institutions and home ministry officials on security assessment and deployment of paramilitary forces during elections.

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EC teams recently took a review visit to Maharashtra for evaluation. Election Commissioner Ashok Lavasa visited Haryana about 10 days ago. In both states, the Special Summary Poll Amendment exercise is completed. The Election Commission in July directed the chief secretaries and chief executive officers of both states. The Election Commission is to finalize the list of officials of both the states, which may be directly associated with election duties.

Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh By-Elections 2019: Congress Announced Candidates

Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh By-Elections 2019 Candidate List


 BJP By-Elections Candidate List 2019

S. No. State No. & Name of Constituency Name of Candidate  
1. Chhattisgarh 88 - Dantewada (ST) Smt. Ojasvi Mandavi  
 
2. Kerala 93 – Pala Shri Hari. N  
 
3. Tripura 14 - Badharghat (SC) Smt. Mimi Majumder  
 
4. Uttar Pradesh 228 – Hamirpur Shri Yuvraj Singh  
 

 

 

Congress By-Elections Candidate List 2019 

 

 

S. No. State No. & Name of Constituency Name of Candidate
1 Uttar Pradesh 7 Gangoh Shri Nauman Masood
2 Uttar Pradesh 175 Lucknow Cantt Shri Dilpreet Singh
3 Uttar Pradesh 237 Manikpur Smt. Ranjana Pandey
4 Uttar Pradesh 248 Pratapgarh Shri Neeraj Tripathi
5 Uttar Pradesh 269 Zaidpur Shri Tanuj Punia

 

New Delhi: The Congress on Tuesday announced candidates for ensuing by-elections to the Legislative Assembly of Uttar Pradesh.

Congress president Sonia Gandhi has approved the names of five candidates for Uttar Pradesh and one candidate for Chhattisgarh's Dantewada Assembly seat bypoll, the party said.

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The Congress has fielded Devi Karma as its candidate from Dantewada-(ST) constituency of Chhattisgarh. The BJP declared Ojasvi Mandavi, the wife of BJP leader Bheema Mandavi who lost his life in a Naxal attack, as its candidate from Dantewada seat.

In Uttar Pradesh, Congress announced candidate names, Nauman Masood from Gangoh, Dilpreet Singh from Lucknow Cantt, Ranjana Pandey from Manikpur, Neeraj Tripathi from Pratapgarh and Tanuj Punia from Zaidpur.

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Tanuj Punia, the son of senior party leader PL Punia, had earlier contested the 2019 Lok Sabha polls from Barabanki parliamentary seat, losing to BJP candidate Upendra Rawat.

The by-election for Dantewada Assembly seat in Chhattisgarh will be held on September 23. The dates for by-elections in Uttar Pradesh hasn't been announced by the Election Commission. Last month, Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi indicated that the party should go it "all alone" and not enter into any alliance. "Priyanka Gandhi asked the party leaders to prepare accordingly as the party is planning to go all alone in the bypolls," a party leader had said.

 

BJP discusses Assembly Elections 2019, enrol members

BJP discusses Assembly Elections 2019, enrol members

New Delhi: On Sunday, BJP discussed the forthcoming Assembly elections in four states (Haryana, Maharashtra, Jharkhand & Delhi) in which during the nationwide membership drive, Haryanvi folk singer Sapna Chaudhary was seen joining the party here.

BJP’s Executive President J.P. Nadda held a meeting with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) officials and discussed the Assembly elections in Jharkhand, Haryana and Maharashtra where elections are due this year and at the beginning of next year in Delhi.

The meeting lasted for over three hours.

The meeting was supposed to be addressed by Union Home Minister and BJP President Amit Shah. "But he could not attend due to prior appointments," a party leader said. The BJP claims it has over 11 crore members and is one of the world's biggest political parties.

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Earlier in the day, after months of flip flop, Sapna Chaudhary joined the BJP here in the presence of former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, General Secretary Ram Lal, Delhi in-charge Shyam Jaju and Delhi city unit chief Manoj Tiwari.

Chaudhary was the first person to join the BJP as part of the BJP's membership campaign.

She did extensively campaigned in Delhi during the Lok Sabha elections. In March, there was speculation that she had joined the Congress. But she denied this.

 

Elections in Maharashtra & Haryana may be held in November

Elections in Maharashtra & Haryana may be held in November

Preparations for the assembly elections in Maharashtra and Haryana have started and the sources of the Election Commission (EC) said that assembly elections in Maharashtra and Haryana are likely to be in November.

EC has written to the Chief Secretary and Chief Electoral Officer of Maharashtra and Haryana and sent out a list of instructions. EC asked them to ensure that before 31st October 2019 all government officers directly connected to the elections should not complete three years in their district in last four years or would be completing three years on or before October 31, 2019.

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By 31st October 2019, the Commission is preparing itself for the assembly elections in the month of November, keeping in mind the timing of posting officers who will be involved in election duty. Chief election officers in Maharashtra and Haryana have been asked to start preparations for the elections. The term of current State Legislative Assemblies of Haryana and Maharashtra ends on November 2 and November 9, respectively.

The ruling Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) became as the single largest party in Maharashtra after it won 122 seats in the 288-member assembly in last elections. BJP sources said this time BJP and Shiv Sena would contest 135 seats each and give the remaining 18 seats to smaller allies.

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In the last assembly election held in 2014 in Maharashtra, Congress had bagged only two seats and NCP had won 4. While BJP won 48 seats in the 90-seat assembly in the last assembly elections in Haryana state held in 2014.

Both Maharashtra and Haryana are ruled by BJP and the party is now looking at increasing its margins in both states, after the massive success hold in Lok Sabha elections.

 

Party time for many politicians to avoid tax

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Hyderabad: Data from Election Commission of India revealed that the number of recognised and registered but unrecognised political parties have increased twofold during election years, in the last decade. There are more than 2,000 political parties in India. A majority of them were registered in the election years 2014 and 2016, however over 31 per cent of them did not contest. Data indicates that not even a third of these parties participated in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. It looks like political parties are registered to take advantage of tax benefits rather than to contest elections.

The data released by the EC shows that one unrecognised party was registered in 2014, 10 in 2016 and two in 2018 from the two Telugu-speaking states. Out of these 13 unrecognised parties, the office address of three (All Indian Party — Assam gardens, Visakhapatnam, All India Sadguna Party, Chittoor, Anna YSR Congress Party, Kadapa, have been registered in Andhra Pradesh and the rest have their party office in Hyderabad-Secunderabad. Some of these parties with offices in Hyderabad are: Mahajana Socialist Party, Balamrai Rasool-Pura, Andhra Nadu Party, Masab Tank, Bahujan Republican Party, Ramnagar, Bharatiya Seva Dal, Somasunderam Street, Secunderabad, Jai Telangana Party Srinagar, Hyderabad, Telangana Praja Party, Chudi Bazaar Dargah, Satyayug Party, Mekala Mandi Road, Bholakpur, National Citizens Party - Maruti Tower, Kukatpally.

D. Rakesh Reddy, founder of Factly (the public information portal) says that the parties registered in Telangana state and Andhra Pradesh are all unrecognised. “The only benefit they enjoy is tax exemption. Donations to these parties are 100 per cent tax-free, however, the parties have to submit an audit report to the EC defining their income (donations) and expenditure.”

It is alleged that political parties are floated before elections to launder black money. For example, if unaccounted cash of Rs 1 lakh is to be donated, one can create names of contributors and below Rs 2,000 can be donated in form of cash. The party founders can show expenses in the name of public meetings.
"Other facilities like government providing support in the form of land at discounted prices for a party office and other perks are only for recognised parties, added Dr Reddy.

This correspondent spoke to members of two unrecognised parties. Baldhir Singh, the founder of Bharatiya Seva, a party registered in 2014, explained why they did not contest in 2014 elections.

“Candidates failed to spend for election thus no contestant announced by the party came forward to fight elections, thus BSD did not participate,” he said.


Jai Simha, the founder of the National Citizens’ Party registered with the EC in 2016, said, “The party candidates will contest in 2018 Assembly elections from a few constituencies in Secunderabad.”

 

SOURCE: Deccan Chronicle

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    1 P. Kannan Indian National Congress 07-Oct-09 06-Oct-15

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    Haryana Political Parties

    Name

    Abbreviation

    Symbol

    Foundation Year

    Current leader(s)

    Haryana Janhit Congress(BL)

    HJC(BL)

    Tractor

    2007

    Kuldeep Bishnoi

    Indian National Lok Dal

    INLD

    Spectacles

     1999

     OM Prakash Chautala

    Haryana Nayay Party

    HNP      

    Haryana Republican Party

    HRP      

    Haryana State Akali Dal

    HSAD      

    Manav Samaj Seva Party

    MSSP      

    Samajik Ekta Party

    SEP      

     List of Haryana assembly Constituency

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    Assembly Constituency Name

    Const. No. Constituency Const. No. Constituency
    1 Kalka 46 Ellenabad
    2 Panchkula 47 Adampur
    3 Naraingarh 48 Uklana (SC)
    4 Ambala Cantt. 49 Narnaund
    5 Ambala City 50 Hansi
    6 Mulana (SC) 51 Barwala
    7 Sadhaura (SC) 52 Hisar
    8 Jagadhri 53 Nalwa
    9 Yamunanagar 54 Loharu
    10 Radaur 55 Badhra
    11 Ladwa 56 Dadri
    12 Shahbad (SC) 57 Bhiwani
    13 Thanesar 58 Tosham
    14 Pehowa 59 Bawani Khera (SC)
    15 Guhla (SC) 60 Meham
    16 Kalayat 61 Garhi Sampla-Kiloi
    17 Kaithal 62 Rohtak
    18 Pundri 63 Kalanaur (SC)
    19 Nilokheri (SC) 64 Bahadurgarh
    20 Indri 65 Badli
    21 Karnal 66 Jhajjar (SC)
    22 Gharaunda 67 Beri
    23 Assandh 68 Ateli
    24 Panipat Rural 69 Mahendragarh
    25 Panipat City 70 Narnaul
    26 Israna (SC) 71 Nangal chaudhry
    27 Samalkha 72 Bawal (SC)
    28 Ganaur 73 Kosli
    29 Rai 74 Rewari
    30 Kharkhauda (SC) 75 Pataudi (SC)
    31 Sonipat 76 Badshahpur
    32 Gohana 77 Gurgaon
    33 Baroda 78 Sohna
    34 Julana 79 Nuh
    35 Safidon 80 Ferozepur Jhirka
    36 Jind 81 Punahana
    37 Uchana kalan 82 Hathin
    38 Narwana (SC) 83 Hodal (SC)
    39 Tohana 84 Palwal
    40 Fatehabad 85 Prithla
    41 Ratia (SC) 86 Faridabad NIT
    42 Kalawali (SC) 87 Badkhal
    43 Dabwali 88 Ballabhgarh
    44 Rania 89 Faridabad
    45 Sirsa 90 Tigaon

    List of Chief Ministers of Haryana
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    Kandhamal Parliamentary Constituency bye electtion Result  2014

    Year

    Party

    status

    Candidate Name

    votes

    2014

    BJD

    Winner

    Pratyusha Rajeshwari Singh

    477529

    Odisha (Orissa) Political Parties

    S.No.

    Name

    Symbol

    Year of Foundation

    Current leader(s)

    1

    Biju Janata dal

    conch

    1997

    Naveen Patnaik

    Other Political Parties

    1. Aama Odisha Party
    2. Biju Sena
    3. Gana Abhiyan Orissa
    4. Nikhil Utkal Adivasi Congress
    5. Odisha Communist Party
    6. Odisha Gana Parishad
    7. Odisha Jan Morcha
    8. Samata Kranti Dal
    9. Samruddha Odisha
    10. Utkal Bharat

    List of Odisha (Orissa) assembly Constituency

    The following is the list of Vidhan sabha Constituencies of Odisha and the Elected Members

    Assembly Constituency Name

    AC. No AC Name AC. No AC Name
    1 Padampur 75 Nabarangpur
    2 Bijepur 76 Dabugam
    3 Bargarh 77 Lanjigarh
    4 Attabira 78 Junagarh
    5 Bhatli 79 Dharmgarh
    6 Brajarajnagar 80 Bhawanipatna
    7 Jharsuguda 81 Narla
    8 Talsara 82 Baliguda
    9 Sundargarh 83 G. Udayagiri
    10 Biramitrapur 84 Phulbani
    11 Raghunathpali 85 Kantamal
    12 Rourkela 86 Boudh
    13 Rajgangapur 87 Baramba
    14 Bonai 88 Banki
    15 Kuchinda 89 Athagarh
    16 Rengali 90 Barabati-Cuttack
    17 Sambalpur 91 Choudwar-Cuttack
    18 Rairakhol 92 Niali
    19 Deogarh 93 Cuttack Sadar
    20 Telkoi 94 Salipur
    21 Ghasipura 95 Mahanga
    22 Anandapur 96 Patkura
    23 Patna 97 Kendrapara
    24 Keonjhar 98 Aul
    25 Champua 99 Rajanagar
    26 Jashipur 100 Mahakalapada
    27 Saraskana 101 Paradeep
    28 Rairangpur 102 Tirtol
    29 Bangriposi 103 Balikuda-Ersama
    30 Karanjia 104 Jagatsinghpur
    31 Udala 105 Kakatpur
    32 Badasahi 106 Nimapara
    33 Baripada 107 Puri
    34 Morada 108 Bramhagiri
    35 Jaleswar 109 Satyabadi
    36 Bhograi 110 Pipili
    37 Basta 111 Jayadev
    38 Balasore 112 Bhubaneswar Central (Madhya)
    39 Remuna 113 Bhubaneswar North (Uttar)
    40 Nilgiri 114 Ekamra-Bhubaneswar
    41 Soro 115 Jatani
    42 Simulia 116 Begunia
    43 Bhandaripokhari 117 Khurda
    44 Bhadrak 118 Chilika
    45 Basudevpur 119 Ranpur
    46 Dhamnagar 120 Khandapada
    47 Chandabali 121 Daspalla
    48 Binjharpur 122 Nayagarh
    49 Bari 123 Bhanjanagar
    50 Barchana 124 Polasara
    51 Dharmasala 125 Kabisuryangar
    52 Jajpur 126 Khalikote
    53 Korei 127 Chhatrapur
    54 Sukinda 128 Aska
    55 Dhenkanal 129 Surada
    56 Hindol 130 Sanakhemundi
    57 Kamakhyanagar 131 Hinjili
    58 Parjanga 132 Gopalpur
    59 Pallahara 133 Berhampur
    60 Talcher 134 Digapahandi
    61 Angul 135 Chikiti
    62 Chhendipada 136 Mohana
    63 Athamallik 137 Paralakhemundi
    64 Birmaharajpur 138 Gunupur
    65 Sonepur 139 Bissam cuttack
    66 Loisingha 140 Rayagada
    67 Patnagarh 141 Laxmipur
    68 Bolangir 142 Kotpad
    69 Titlagarh 143 Jeypore
    70 Kantabanji 144 Koraput
    71 Nuapada 145 Pottangi
    72 Khariar 146 Malkangiri
    73 Umarkote 147 Chitrakonda
    74 Jharigam    

    List of Chief Ministers of Odisha
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    Jammu Kashmir Political Parties

    Name

    Abbreviation

    Symbol

    Foundation

    Current leader(s)

    Jammu & Kashmir National Conference

    JKNC

    Plough

    1932

    Omar Abdullah

    Jammu & Kashmir National Panthers Party

    JKNPP

    Bicycle

    1982

    Bhim Singh

    Jammu and Kashmir People's Democratic Party

    JKPDP

    Ink Pot & Pen

    1998

    Mufti Mohammed Sayeed

    Other Delhi Political parties

    All Jammu and Kashmir Patriotic Peoples Front Democratic Janata Dal (Jammu and Kashmir)
    Jamaat-e-Islami Kashmir Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Freedom Party
    Praja Parishad Jammu and Kashmir Mallah Insaf Party

    List of Jammu Kashmir assembly Constituency

    The Legislative Assembly of Jammu and Kashmir (also known as the Jammu and Kashmir Vidhan Sabha) is the lower house of the bicameral legislature of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, which is known as the Jammu and Kashmir State Legislature. It has 87 members.

    Assembly Constituency Name

    A.C No. AC_Name A.C No. AC_Name A.C No. AC_Name
    1 Karnah 30 Charari Sharief 59 Gool Arnas
    2 Kupwara 31 Tral 60 Udhampur
    3 Lolab 32 Pampore 61 Chanani
    4 Handwara 33 Pulwama 62 Ramnagar
    5 Langate 34 Rajpora 63 Bani
    6 Uri 35 Wachi 64 Basohli
    7 Rafiabad 36 Shopian 65 Kathua
    8 Sopore 37 Noorabad 66 Billawar
    9 Gurez 38 Kulgam 67 Hiranagar
    10 Bandipora 39 Homeshalibugh 68 Samba
    11 Sonawari 40 Anantnag 69 Vijaypur
    12 Sangrama 41 Devsar 70 Nagrota
    13 Baramulla 42 Dooru 71 Gandhinagar
    14 Gulmarg 43 Kokernag 72 Jammu East
    15 Pattan 44 Shangus 73 Jammu West
    16 Kangan 45 Bijbehara 74 Bishnah
    17 Ganderbal 46 Pahalgam 75 R.S. Pura
    18 Hazratbal 47 Nobra 76 Suchetgarh
    19 Zadibal 48 Leh 77 Marh
    20 Idgah 49 Kargil 78 Raipur Domana
    21 Khanyar 50 Zanskar 79 Akhnoor
    22 Habbakadal 51 Kishtwar 80 Chhamb
    23 Amirakadal 52 Inderwal 81 Nowshera
    24 Sonawar 53 Doda 82 Darhal
    25 Batamaloo 54 Bhaderwah 83 Rajouri
    26 Chadoora 55 Ramban 84 Kalakote
    27 Badgam 56 Banihal 85 Surankote
    28 Beerwah 57 Gulabgarh 86 Mendhar
    29 Khansahib 58 Reasi 87 Poonch Haveli

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    Rajasthan Assembly By Poll 2014

    State

    Seats

    Party

    Rajasthan

    (4/4)

    BJP (1)

    Cong (3)

     

     Rajasthan Political Parties

    S.No.

    Name

    Symbol

    Year of

    Current leader(s)

    1

    Bharatiya Janata Party

    Lotus

    1980

    Amit Shah

    2

    Indian National Congress

    Hand

    1885

    Sonia Gandhi

    3

    Communist Party of India (Marxist)

    Hammer, Sickle and Star

    1964

    Prakash Karat

    4

    Communist Party of India

    Ears of Corn and Sickle

    1925

    Suravaram Sudhakar Reddy

    5

    Bahujan Samaj Party

    Elephant

    1984

    Mayawati

    6

    Nationalist Congress Party

    Clock

    1999

    Sharad Pawar

    Other Political Parties

    1. Kisan Janata Sanyukta Party
    2. National Unionist Zamindara Party
    3. Rajasthan Vikas Party

    List of Rajasthan assembly Constituency

    Following is the list of the constituencies of the Rajasthan Vidhan Sabha since the delimitation of legislative assembly constituencies in 2008. At present, 34 constituencies are reserved for the candidates belonging to the Scheduled castes and 25 are reserved for the candidates belonging to the Scheduled tribes:

    Assembly Constituency Name

    AC No AC Name District LK Cons AC No AC Name District LK Cons
    1 Sadulshahar Ganganagar Ganganagar 101 Ajmer South Ajmer Ajmer
    2 Ganganagar Ganganagar Ganganagar 102 Nasirabad Ajmer Ajmer
    3 Karanpur Ganganagar Ganganagar 103 Beawar Ajmer Rajsamand
    4 Suratgarh Ganganagar Ganganagar 104 Masuda Ajmer Ajmer
    5 Raisinghnagar Ganganagar Ganganagar 105 Kekri Ajmer Ajmer
    6 Anupgarh Ganganagar Bikaner 106 Ladnun Nagaur Nagaur
    7 Sangaria Hanumangarh Ganganagar 107 Deedwana Nagaur Nagaur
    8 Hanumangarh Hanumangarh Ganganagar 108 Jayal Nagaur Nagaur
    9 Pilibanga Hanumangarh Ganganagar 109 Nagaur Nagaur Nagaur
    10 Nohar Hanumangarh Churu 110 Khinvsar Nagaur Nagaur
    11 Bhadra Hanumangarh Churu 111 Merta Nagaur Rajsamand
    12 Khajuwala Bikaner Bikaner 112 Degana Nagaur Rajsamand
    13 Bikaner West Bikaner Bikaner 113 Makrana Nagaur Nagaur
    14 Bikaner East Bikaner Bikaner 114 Parbatsar Nagaur Nagaur
    15 Kolayat Bikaner Bikaner 115 Nawan Nagaur Nagaur
    16 Lunkaransar Bikaner Bikaner 116 Jaitaran Pali Rajsamand
    17 Dungargarh Bikaner Bikaner 117 Sojat Pali Pali
    18 Nokha Bikaner Bikaner 118 Pali Pali Pali
    19 Sadulpur Churu Churu 119 Marwar Junction Pali Pali
    20 Taranagar Churu Churu 120 Bali Pali Pali
    21 Sardarshahar Churu Churu 121 Sumerpur Pali Pali
    22 Churu Churu Churu 122 Phalodi Jodhpur Jodhpur
    23 Ratangarh Churu Churu 123 Lohawat Jodhpur Jodhpur
    24 Sujangarh Churu Churu 124 Shergarh Jodhpur Jodhpur
    25 Pilani Jhunjhunu Jhunjhunu 125 Osian Jodhpur Pali
    26 Surajgarh Jhunjhunu Jhunjhunu 126 Bhopalgarh Jodhpur Pali
    27 Jhunjhunu Jhunjhunu Jhunjhunu 127 Sardarpura Jodhpur Jodhpur
    28 Mandawa Jhunjhunu Jhunjhunu 128 Jodhpur Jodhpur Jodhpur
    29 Nawalgarh Jhunjhunu Jhunjhunu 129 Soorsagar Jodhpur Jodhpur
    30 Udaipurwati Jhunjhunu Jhunjhunu 130 Luni Jodhpur Jodhpur
    31 Khetri Jhunjhunu Jhunjhunu 131 Bilara Jodhpur Pali
    32 Fatehpur Sikar Jhunjhunu 132 Jaisalmer Jaisalmer Barmer
    33 Lachhmangarh Sikar Sikar 133 Pokaran Jaisalmer Jodhpur
    34 Dhod Sikar Sikar 134 Sheo Barmer Barmer
    35 Sikar Sikar Sikar 135 Barmer Barmer Barmer
    36 Danta Ramgarh Sikar Sikar 136 Baytoo Barmer Barmer
    37 Khandela Sikar Sikar 137 Pachpadra Barmer Barmer
    38 Neem Ka Thana Sikar Sikar 138 Siwana Barmer Barmer
    39 Sri Madhopur Sikar Sikar 139 Gudha Malani Barmer Barmer
    40 Kotputli Jaipur Jaipur Rural 140 Chohtan Barmer Barmer
    41 Viratnagar Jaipur Jaipur Rural 141 Ahore Jalore Jalore
    42 Shahpura Jaipur Jaipur Rural 142 Jalore Jalore Jalore
    43 Chomu Jaipur Sikar 143 Bhinmal Jalore Jalore
    44 Phulera Jaipur Jaipur Rural 144 Sanchore Jalore Jalore
    45 Dudu Jaipur Ajmer 145 Raniwara Jalore Jalore
    46 Jhotwara Jaipur Jaipur Rural 146 Sirohi Sirohi Jalore
    47 Amber Jaipur Jaipur Rural 147 Pindwara–Abu Sirohi Jalore
    48 Jamwa Ramgarh Jaipur Jaipur Rural 148 Reodar Sirohi Jalore
    49 Hawa Mahal Jaipur Jaipur 149 Gogunda Udaipur Udaipur
    50 Vidhyadhar Nagar Jaipur Jaipur 150 Jhadol Udaipur Udaipur
    51 Civil Lines Jaipur Jaipur 151 Kherwara Udaipur Udaipur
    52 Kishan Pole Jaipur Jaipur 152 Udaipur Rural Udaipur Udaipur
    53 Adarsh Nagar Jaipur Jaipur 153 Udaipur Udaipur Udaipur
    54 Malviya Nagar Jaipur Jaipur 154 Mavli Udaipur Chittorgarh
    55 Sanganer Jaipur Jaipur 155 Vallabhnagar Udaipur Chittorgarh
    56 Bagru Jaipur Jaipur 156 Salumber Udaipur Udaipur
    57 Bassi Jaipur Dausa 157 Dhariawad Pratapgarh Udaipur
    58 Chaksu Jaipur Dausa 158 Dungarpur Dungarpur Banswara
    59 Tijara Alwar Alwar 159 Aspur Dungarpur Udaipur
    60 Kishangarh Bas Alwar Alwar 160 Sagwara Dungarpur Banswara
    61 Mundawar Alwar Alwar 161 Chorasi Banswara Banswara
    62 Behror Alwar Alwar 162 Ghatol Banswara Banswara
    63 Bansur Alwar Jaipur Rural 163 Garhi Banswara Banswara
    64 Thanagazi Alwar Dausa 164 Banswara Banswara Banswara
    65 Alwar Rural Alwar Alwar 165 Bagidora Banswara Banswara
    66 Alwar Urban Alwar Alwar 166 Kushalgarh Banswara Banswara
    67 Ramgarh Alwar Alwar 167 Kapasan Chittorgarh Chittorgarh
    68 Rajgarh–Laxmangarh Alwar Alwar 168 Begun Chittorgarh Chittorgarh
    69 Kathumar Alwar Bharatpur 169 Chittorgarh Chittorgarh Chittorgarh
    70 Kaman Bharatpur Bharatpur 170 Nimbahera Chittorgarh Chittorgarh
    71 Nagar Bharatpur Bharatpur 171 Bari Sadri Chittorgarh Chittorgarh
    72 Deeg–Khumer Bharatpur Bharatpur 172 Pratapgarh Pratapgarh Chittorgarh
    73 Bharatpur Bharatpur Bharatpur 173 Bhim Rajsamand Rajsamand
    74 Nadbai Bharatpur Bharatpur 174 Kumbhalgarh Rajsamand Rajsamand
    75 Weir Bharatpur Bharatpur 175 Rajsamand Rajsamand Rajsamand
    76 Bayana Bharatpur Bharatpur 176 Nathdwara Rajsamand Rajsamand
    77 Baseri Dholpur Karauli–Dholpur 177 Asind Bhilwara Bhilwara
    78 Bari Dholpur Karauli–Dholpur 178 Mandal Bhilwara Bhilwara
    79 Dholpur Dholpur Karauli–Dholpur 179 Sahara Bhilwara Bhilwara
    80 Rajakhera Dholpur Karauli–Dholpur 180 Bhilwara Bhilwara Bhilwara
    81 Todabhim Karauli Karauli–Dholpur 181 Shahpura Bhilwara Bhilwara
    82 Hindaun Karauli Karauli–Dholpur 182 Jahazpur Bhilwara Bhilwara
    83 Karauli Karauli Karauli–Dholpur 183 Mandalgarh Bhilwara Bhilwara
    84 Sapotra Karauli Karauli–Dholpur 184 Hindoli Bundi Bhilwara
    85 Bandikui Dausa Dausa 185 Keshoraipatan Bundi Kota
    86 Mahuwa Dausa Dausa 186 Bundi Bundi Kota
    87 Sikrai Dausa Dausa 187 Pipalda Kota Kota
    88 Dausa Dausa Dausa 188 Sangod Kota Kota
    89 Lalsot Dausa Dausa 189 Kota North Kota Kota
    90 Gangapur Sawai Madhopur Tonk-Sawai Madhopur 190 Kota South Kota Kota
    91 Bamanwas Sawai Madhopur Tonk-Sawai Madhopur 191 Ladpura Kota Kota
    92 Sawai Madhopur Sawai Madhopur Tonk-Sawai Madhopur 192 Ramganj Mandi Kota Kota
    93 Khandar Sawai Madhopur Tonk-Sawai Madhopur 193 Anta Baran Jhalawar-Baran
    94 Malpura Tonk Tonk-Sawai Madhopur 194 Kishanganj Baran Jhalawar-Baran
    95 Niwai Tonk Tonk-Sawai Madhopur 195 Baran–Atru Baran Jhalawar-Baran
    96 Tonk Tonk Tonk-Sawai Madhopur 196 Chhabra Baran Jhalawar-Baran
    97 Deoli–Uniara Tonk Tonk-Sawai Madhopur 197 Dag Jhalawar Jhalawar-Baran
    98 Kishangarh Ajmer Ajmer 198 Jhalarapatan Jhalawar Jhalawar-Baran
    99 Pushkar Ajmer Ajmer 199 Khanpur Jhalawar Jhalawar-Baran
    100 Ajmer North Ajmer Ajmer 200 Manohar Thana Jhalawar Jhalawar-Baran

    List of Chief Ministers of Rajasthan
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    Constituency

    status

    candidate name

    party

    Votes

    Antagarh

    Winner

    Bhoj Raj Nag

    BJP

    63616

    Chhattisgarh Political Parties

    S.No.

    Name

    Symbol

    Year of Foundation

    Current leader(s)

    1

    Bharatiya Janata Party

    Lotus

    1980

    Amit Shah

    2

    Indian National Congress

    Hand

    1885

    Sonia Gandhi

    5

    Bahujan Samaj Party

    Elephant

    1984

    Mayawati

    List of Chhattisgarh assembly Constituency

    The Following are the list of Constituencies in the Legislative Assembly of Chhattisgarh:

    Assembly Constituency Name

    AC. No. AC Name AC. No. AC Name
    1  Manendragarh (ST) 46  Bhatapara
    2  Baikunthpur 47  Baloda Bazar
    3  Premnagar (ST) 48  Palari (SC)
    4  Rajpur (ST) 49  Kasdol
    5  Pal (ST) 50  Bhatgaon (SC)
    6  Samri (ST) 51  Rajim
    7  Lundra (ST) 52  Bindranawagarh (ST)
    8  Pilkha (ST) 53  Saraipali
    9  Ambikapur (ST) 54  Basna
    10  Sitapur (ST) 55  Khallari
    11  Bagicha (ST) 56  Mahasamund
    12  Jashpur (ST) 57  Sihawa (ST)
    13  Tapkara (ST) 58  Kurud
    14  Pathalgaon (ST) 59  Dhamtari
    15  Dharamjaigarh (ST) 60  Bhanupratappur (ST)
    16  Lailunga (ST) 61  Kanker (ST)
    17  Raigarh 62  Narayanpur (ST)
    18  Kharsia 63  Keshkal (ST)
    19  Saria 64  Kondagaon (ST)
    20  Rampur,chhattisgarh (ST) 65  Bhanpuri (ST)
    21  Korba 66  Jagdalpur (ST)
    22  Katghora 67  Keshlur (ST)
    23  Tanakhar (ST) 68  Chitrakot (ST)
    24  Marwahi (ST) 69  Dantewada (ST)
    25  Kota 70  Konta (ST)
    26  Lormi 71  Bijapur (ST)
    27  Mungeli (SC) 72  Maro (SC)
    28  Jarhagaon (SC) 73  Bemetara
    29  Takhatpur 74  Saja
    30  Bilaspur 75  Dhamdha
    31  Bilha 76  Durg
    32  Masturi (SC) 77  Bhilai Nagar (Constituency)
    33  Sipat 78  Patan
    34  Akaltara 79  Gunderdehi
    35  Pamgarh 80  Khertha
    36  Champa 81  Balod
    37  Sakti 82  Dondi Lohara (ST)
    38  Jaijaipur (SC) 83  Chowki (ST)
    39  Chandrapur 84  Khujji
    40  Raipur Town 85  Dongargaon
    41  Raipur Rural 86  Rajnandgaon
    42  Abhanpur 87  Dongargarh (SC)
    43  Mandirhasod 88  Khairagarh
    44  Arang (SC) 89  Birendranagar
    45  Dharsiwa 90  Kawardha

    List of Chief Ministers of Chhattisgarh
    The Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh is the chief executive of the central Indian state of Chhattisgarh. As per the Constitution of India, the Governor of Chhattisgarh is a state's de jure head, but de facto executive authority rests with the chief minister. Following elections to the Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly, the state's governor usually invites the party (or coalition) with a majority of seats to form the government. The governor appoints the chief minister, whose council of ministers are collectively responsible to the assembly. Given that he has the confidence of the assembly, the chief minister's term is for five years and is subject to no term limits. Click here for Complete list of Chhattisgarh CM

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