LIVE Jhunjhunu Lok Sabha Results

Jhunjhunu Lok Sabha constituency went to polls on May 6 in the fifth phase of 2019 general election. The poll results will be released on May 23.

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 Santosh Ahlawat

2014 Santosh Ahlawat

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Narendra Kumar

2019 Narendra Kumar

  • Narendra KumarBJP

About Jhunjhunu

The Jhunjhunu Lok Sabha constituency consists of eight assembly segments. These are Surajgarh, Mandawa, Nawalgarh, Udaipurwati, Jhunjhunu, Khetri and Fatehpur. While this Lok Sabha seat is reserved for scheduled caste category, Pilani assembly is the only reserved for candidates belonging to scheduled caste category.

In Lok Sabha Elections 2019, the key contestants are BJP Narendra Kumar, INC candidate Sharwan Kumar.

The Jhunjhunu constituency is one of the 25 Lok Sabha constituencies in the state of Rajasthan.

Jhunjhunu Lok Sabha constituency went to polls on May 6 in the fifth phase of 2019 general election. The poll results will be released on May 23.

BJP candidate Santosh Ahlawat is the sitting parliamentarian from the seat. He is the member of the standing committee on Human Resource Development. He is also the member of the committee on the welfare of other backward classes.

In 2014 he had defeated INC fielded Raj Bala Ola with an overall margin of 2,33,835 votes.

In 2014 General elections, the polling percentage was 59.42%. The total voters in 2014 were 10,06,465

BJP's Santosh Ahlawat received 4,88,182 votes and INC candidate Raj Bola Ola received 2,54,347 votes.

A total of twelve candidates are in fray for the seat this time, among which are six independent candidates.

In 2009, INC's candidate defeated BJP candidate Dr Dasrath Singh Shekhawat with an overall margin of 65,332 votes.

From 2004 to 2014 Sis Ram Ola was the winner during the elections.

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