Kishanganj Assembly Seat
The election campaign for the assembly elections in Rajasthan is rapidly gaining momentum. Political tours of top leaders associated with the ruling Congress and BJP have started. There are 4 assembly seats under Baran district of the state, out of which 3 seats are held by Congress and one seat is with BJP. Kishanganj assembly seat reserved for the Scheduled Tribes of the district is occupied by Congress.
How many voters, how much population
Talking about the 2018 elections, Congress’s Nirmala Sahariya had won the Kishanganj assembly seat. Nirmala Sahariya got 87,765 votes while BJP’s Lalit Meena got 73,629 votes. Nirmala won by a margin of 14,136 (8.5%) votes.
In the then elections, there were a total of 2,07,564 voters in Kishanganj assembly seat, in which the number of male voters was 1,07,233 and the number of female voters was 1,00,331. Of these, a total of 1,66,916 (81.9%) voters cast their votes. 3,034 (1.5%) votes came in favor of NOTA.
How was the political history?
If we talk about the political history of Kishanganj assembly seat reserved for Scheduled Tribes, it has not been held by any single party. In the elections from 1990 till now, Congress has won thrice and BJP has won twice. Twice the independent candidate has won from here.
Read this also – BJP had won Chittorgarh seat, now Congress is ready to counterattack.
BJP had won here for the first time in the 1990 elections, but it had to wait a long time for its second victory here. He got his second victory in 2013. In 1993, independent candidate Hira Lal Sahariya had won. Hira Lal Sahariya, who contested on Congress ticket in 1998, won for the second time.
Read this also – There was tough competition on Begun seat twice in the last 3 elections, who will win this time?
In 2003, independent candidate Hemraj Meena won from here. Whereas in the 2008 elections, Nirmala Sahariya of Congress won. Nirmala had defeated MLA Hemraj Meena. BJP’s Lalit Meena won in the 2013 elections. In the 2018 elections, it was won by Nirmala of Congress.