Alwar Urban Legislative Assembly Seat
The election atmosphere is rapidly developing in Rajasthan. Political parties have also started election campaigns at their respective levels. Voting will be held in Rajasthan next month on 25th November. There are 11 assembly seats under Alwar district in which 3 seats (2 SC and 1 ST seat) are reserved. Out of 11 seats, Congress won 7 seats while BJP had to be content with only 2 seats. BJP had won the Alwar city seat of the district. While BJP has fielded its previous candidate and MLA Sanjay Sharma for this election, Congress has not yet decided the name of its candidate.
How many voters, how much population
In the 2018 elections, 17 candidates tried their luck on the Alwar City Assembly seat, but the main contest here was between BJP’s Sanjay Sharma and Congress’s Shweta Saini. Sanjay Sharma got 85,041 votes while Shweta Saina got 63,033 votes. Sanjay Sharma won this election by a margin of 22,008 votes.
In the then elections, the total number of voters in Alwar city seat was 2,48,814 in which the number of male voters was 1,31,223 and the number of female voters was 1,17,582. A total of 1,65,967 (67.1%) voters cast their votes. 1,081 (0.4%) votes were cast in favor of NOTA.
How was the political history?
If we talk about the political history of Alwar city seat, it is a general category seat. Presently BJP is in control here. Whereas in the 2008 elections, Banwari Lal Singhal of BJP won by defeating Narendra Sharma of Congress. After 5 years, in the 2013 elections, Banwari Lal Singhal won for the second consecutive time and defeated Narendra Sharma. Sanjay Sharma won the 2018 elections by scoring a hat-trick for BJP.
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In this assembly seat, about 18 percent voters are from SC caste and 5 percent voters come from ST community. Apart from these, voters of 3 percent Muslim population play an important role in the elections here. Bahujan Samaj Party has been presenting its own challenge because of the SC caste voters.