BJP heading for big win in Rajasthan

Opposition BJP was on the course of victory in Rajasthan by leading in 126


out of 199 seats while Congress was ahead in 24 seats.

According to latest trends, National People's Party candidates were leading in six seats while Independents were leading in five seats.

Candidates of other parties were leading in 3 seats. BSP candidates on two seats.

BJP state president Vasundhara Raje was leading from her home constituency of Jhalarapatan in Jhalawar district by a margin of 3,923 votes against her nearest rival of Congress Meenakshi Chandrawat.

National People's Party Convenor and Lok Sabha Kirori Lal Meena is leading by a margin of 1,675 in Lalsot constituency against Congress and BJP candidates.

Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot was leading in his Sardarpura constituency of Jodhpur district by a margin of 4,619 votes against his BJP rival Shambhu Singh Khetasar.

Congress' Zahida Khan was leading by a margin of 5,342 votes over her nearest rival of BJP Kunwar Jagat Singh, son of Natwar Singh, from Kaman constituency of Bharatpur district.

Congress' ministers Mahendra Jeet Singh, Hemaram Choudhary, and Brij Kishore Sharma were leading in Bagidora, Gudhamalani, and Hawamahal Constituencies respectively against their BJP rivals.

Sitting BJP MLAs Devi Singh Bhati (Kolayat), Siddhi Kumari (Bikaner east), Gyan chand Parakh (Pali), Kesaram Chaudhary (Marwar Junction), Kiran Maheshwari (Rajsamand), Sanjana Agari (Sojat) are among the BJP candidates who are leading.

Those who are trailing are ministers Shanti Dhariwal (Kota North), Bina Kak (Sumerpur) Ameen Khan (Sheo), Vinod Kumar (Hanumangarh), Parliamentary Secretary Dilip Chaudhary (Jaitaran). Dhariwal is trailing by a margin of 1105 votes whereas forest minister Bina Kak is behind by 2714 votes.

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