Anupgarh Legislative Assembly Seat
On one hand, the ruling Congress in Rajasthan is trying to return to power, while the Bharatiya Janata Party is also making every possible plan to return to power after 5 years. In Sriganganagar district, which is called the “Food Basket of Rajasthan”, there is political turmoil in the state regarding the voting to be held on 25th November. There are 6 assembly seats under the district, out of which 3 seats including Anupgarh are held by the Bharatiya Janata Party. Apart from Raisinghnagar in the district, Anupgarh seat is also reserved for Scheduled Caste.
How many voters, how much population
Talking about the election results of Anupgarh seat in the 2018 assembly elections, there was a contest between 7 candidates. BJP candidate Santosh got 79,383 votes in the election while Congress’s Kuldeep Indora got 58,259 votes. In the elections, independent candidate Shimla Devi Nayak got 21,666 votes and stood third. Santosh won the election by a margin of 21,124 votes.
In the then elections, there were a total of 2,19,323 voters in Anupgarh assembly seat, in which the number of male voters was 1,16,279 and the number of female voters was 1,03,044. A total of 1,80,314 (83.6%) voters cast their votes. 3,009 (1.4%) voters cast their votes in favor of NOTA.
How was the political history?
If we talk about the political history of Anupgarh assembly seat, the history of this seat is not very old. This seat came into existence in 2008, but since then Congress has not been able to win even once in the 3 elections held till now. In such a situation, his eyes are set on opening an account here.
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Pawan Duggal of Communist Party of India (M) had won the Anupgarh assembly seat reserved for Scheduled Caste in the 2008 elections. Pawan Duggal had defeated Kuldeep Indora of Congress. Whereas BJP’s Shimla Bawri had won in the 2013 elections. BJP achieved its second consecutive victory in the 2018 elections. For this he defeated Kuldeep Indora of Congress.