Rajasthan Assembly Election 2023]
What is Article 243K?
Like all other State Election Commissions, Rajasthan Election Commission was formed as per Article 243K of the Constitution. Under Article 243K and 243ZA of the Constitution of India, superintendence, direction and control of preparation of electoral rolls for the conduct of all elections to Panchayat Raj bodies and Municipal bodies in the State shall be vested in a State Election Commission consisting of a State Election Commissioner to be appointed by the Governor.
Why do we need an Election Commission?
The Election Commission runs and oversees every election in the country as the guardian body starting from the announcement of dates to the results. It sends its team to the state prior to announcing the election date to review the situation, to take into consideration if there is any exam etc as educational institutions are used in the mammoth election process. It ensures that every election is held in a free and fair manner. It issues a Model Code of conduct. The commission issued the Code of Conduct for the first time in 1971 for the 5th Lok Sabha elections and has revised it from time to time. It lays down guidelines for the conduct of political parties and candidates during an election period.
Stay Tuned: Rajasthan Election Results 2023 LIVE Updates
Ashok Gehlot said if the Congress had not selected a chief minister for this long, then BJP would have “shouted a lot”.
The Rajasthan elections witnessed the BJP come back to power with 115 seats. The Congress was voted out as the grand old party could win just 69 seats
Election Results 2023: According to the election commission's latest trends, BJP was leading in three out of four states
Rajasthan election results 2023: Vasundhara Raje won from Jhalrapatan, a constituency which she has represented since 2003, by a margin of over 51,000 votes.
Rajasthan election result: The BJP is leading on 113 seats against Congress' tally of 71 as per Election Commission of India.
Sachin Pilot wins by a margin of 29,475, garnering a total of 1,05,812 votes
Rajasthan Assembly Election Results 2023: Check out the full list of Congress winning candidates
Rajasthan Assembly Election Results 2023: Check out the full list of BJP winning candidates
“We were working towards helping the party win and that is what this win means. These numbers are initial. This lead will keep growing,” Joshi said.
Election results: The BJP is also leading in Madhya Pradesh. In Chhattisgarh, the gap between the BJP and the Congress is narrow.
Rajasthan Assembly Election Results 2023: Full list of winners constituency wise and seat wise
Rajasthan election results 2023: List of winners from Rajasthan assembly seats of Ladnun, Deedwana, Jayal, Nagaur, Khinwsar, Makrana, Parbatsar and Nawan.
Winners list for Bhilwara area - Asind, Mandal, Sahara, Bhilwara, Shahpura, Jahazpur, Mandalgarh, Hindoli on December 3, 2023.
Winners list for Alwar area seats of Tijara, Kishangarh Bas, Mundawar, Behror, Alwar Rural, Alwar Urban, Ramgarh, Rajgarh-Laxmangarh.
List of winners for Rajasthan assembly seats of Beawar, Merta, Degana, Jaitaran, Bhim, Kumbhalgarh, Rajsamand, Nathdwara.
List of winners for Rajasthan assembly seats of Hawa Mahal, Vidhyadhar Nagar, Civil Lines, Kishanpole, Adarsh Nagar, Malviya Nagar, Sanganer and Bagru.
Rajasthan election results 2023: List of winners from from Bassi, Chaksu, Thanagazi, Bandikui, Mahuwa, Sikrai, Dausa, Lalsot seats.
LIVE counting updates for Rajasthan assembly seats of Mavli, Vallabnagar, Kapasan, Begun, Chittorgarh, Nimbahera, Bari Sadri, Pratapgarh on December 3, 2023.
LIVE counting updates for Rajasthan assembly seats of Kotputli, Viratnagar, Shahpura, Phulera, Jhotwara, Amber, Jamwa Ramgarh, Bansur seats on Dec 3, 2023.
List of winners from Rajasthan assembly seats of Lachmangarh, Dhod, Sikar, Dantaramgarh, Khandela, Neem ka thana, Srimadhopur and Chomu seats
List of winners from Rajasthan assembly seats of Dungarpur, Sagwara, Chorasi, Ghatol, Garhi, Banswara, Bagidora and Khushalgarh seats on December 3, 2023
LIVE counting updates for Rajasthan assembly seats of Sojat (SC), Pali, Marwar Junction, Bali, Sumerpur, Osian, Bhopalgarh (SC), Bilara (SC) on December 3, 2023
LIVE counting updates for Raj assembly seats for Gogunda, Jhadol, Kherwara, Udaipur Rural, Udaipur, Salumber, Dhariwad, Aspur seats on December 3, 2023.
LIVE counting updates for Raj assembly seats for the Pilani, Surajgarh, Jhunjhunu, Mandawa, Nawalgarh, Udaipurwati, Khetri and Fatehpur, on December 3, 2023
LIVE counting updates for Rajasthan assembly seats of Nohar, Bhadra, Sadulpur, Taranagar, Sardarshahar, Churu, Ratangarh and Sujangarh, on December 3, 2023
LIVE counting updates for Rajasthan assembly seats of Ahore, Jalore, Bhinmal, Sanchore, Raniwara, Sirohi, Pindwara Abu, Reodar seats on December 3, 2023
LIVE counting updates for Rajasthan assembly seats of Jodhpur, Phalodi, Lohawat, Shergarh, Sardarpura, Soorsagar, Luni and Pokaran on December 3, 2023
Rajasthan Assembly Election 2023 FAQ
- What is the importance of nota?
"NOTA" stands for "None of the Above." In Rajasthan Assembly Election 2023, Nota will allow voters to indicate that they do not support any of the listed candidates or choices.
- What is the tenure of the Rajasthan Assembly?
The tenure of the Rajasthan Assembly will end on January 24, 2024. In 2018, the election was held in December in which the Congress formed the government.
- Which is the ruling party in Rajasthan?
Congress is the ruling party in Rajasthan 2023. Ashok Gehlot is the chief minister of Rajasthan 2023.
- How many members are elected in Parliament from Rajasthan?
25 members to Lok Sabha and 10 to Rajya Sabha are elected in Parliament from Rajasthan.
- How many Parliament seats are there in Rajasthan?
There are 35 Parliament seats in Rajasthan.
- What is the full form of Encore?
Enabling Communications in Real-time Environment in the full form of Encore. It is a system developed by the Election Commission to manage the election process. Candidate nomination, scrutiny, election counting, booth app are the multiple modules of Encore. Encore application was launched in 2019. Election Commission officers have to log in the system at various stages of their election work.
- Who decides the model code of conduct?
The Election Commission decides the model code of conduct
- What are the state-level parties in Rajasthan?
Apart from the Congress and the BJP, there are CPM, Samajwadi Pary, CPI, Janata Dal, Aam Aadmi Party, Bahujan Samaj Party, Rashtriya Loktantrik Party, Bharatiya Tribal Party, Rashtriya Lok Dal etc
- What is the last election result of the Rajasthan?
In the last result of the Rajasthan election, the Indian National Congress became the single largest party with 100 seats, short of the majority by 1 seat. The Bharatiya Janata Party won 73 seats, much lower compared to the previous election in which it won an absolute majority of 163 seats. The Indian National Congress formed the government.