Rajasthan Assembly Elections 2023 Results LIVE: BJP Women Workers Dance At Party Office In Jaipur As Saffron Party Leads On 115 Seats

Rajasthan Assembly Elections 2023 Results LIVE: BJP Women Workers Dance At Party Office In Jaipur As Saffron Party Leads On 115 Seats

With the counting of votes underway, the question arises: Will Rajasthan maintain its 25-year-old tradition of no consecutive victories, or is a shift imminent in the state's political dynamics?

Rahul MUpdated: Sunday, December 03, 2023, 12:06 PM IST
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The fate of Rajasthan's 200-member state assembly was unveiled on Sunday (Dec 3), with this outcome potentially setting the stage for the 2024 Lok Sabha Polls. Interestingly, no party has registered consecutive wins in Rajasthan elections since 1998. The power dynamics in Jaipur have consistently shifted between the BJP and the Congress, making this election a pivotal moment. All eyes have been set this year on Congress, to see whether this tradition breaks.

The BJP was seen leading in the desert state, an indicator of state's electoral tradition of changing party in power every five years.

Check How Political Heavyweights In Rajasthan Are Performing LIVE Here:

- BJP's poll in-charge for Rajasthan Pralhad Joshi says results show people accept PM Modi's guarantee of delivering on guarantees.

-BJP workers dance and celebrate at the party office in Jaipur as the party continues its lead in the state. As per official EC trends, BJP - 115 and Congress.

- Celebrations outside BJP Jaipur office. Workers beat drums, dance as the saffron party leads on 98 seats out of 199 assembly seats in desert state.

- The vote share difference between the BJP and Congress in Rajasthan is below 1%, as per early trends.

- 'Jadugar ka jadoo khatam ho gaya hai,' says Union minister and BJP leader Gajendra Singh Shekhawat as BJP leads in Rajasthan.

Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore is seen trailing in the Jhotwara constituency after leading during the initial trends.

What do the latest trends from Rajasthan say at 10:00 am:

CP Joshi (BJP): Trailing

Ashok Gehlot (Cong): Leading

Vasundhara Raje (BJP): Leading

Sachin Pilot (Congress): Leading

Hanuman Beniwal (RLP): Leading

Satish Punia (BJP): Training

Diya Kumari (BJP): Leading

BJP's Vasundhara Raje Scindia is seen leading with over 10,000 votes in the Jhalrapatan constituency.

CM Ashok Gehlot continues to lead in the Sardarpura constituency, as per updates at 9:35 am.

BJP leads on 103 seats, Congress on 84 in initial trends at 9:25 am.

Congress leader Sachin Pilot is seen trailing in the Tonk constituency, according to latest trends at 9:20 am.

According to data from early trends, BJP's Upen Yadav is seen trailing in the Shahpura seat at 9:15 am.

"BJP will win in Rajasthan..." says Col Rajyavardhan Rathore while interacting with media as a strong fight continues between Congress and BJP in the state of Rajasthan, as per early trends.

BJP leader Kirodi Lal Meena is seen leading in the Sawai Madhopur constituency, as per early trends.

BJP is seen leading in 107 seats while Congress leads at 80, according to trends at 9:00 am.

CM Gehlot continues to lead in the Sardarpura constituency as per trends.

Congress leader CP Joshi is seen leading in the Nathdwara constituency as per early trends.

At 8:38 am, BJP's Rajyavardhan Rathore is seen leading in the Jhotwara constituency.

At 8:32 am, Former CM and BJP Vasundhara Raje is seen leading in the Jhalrapatan constituency.

As per early trends, CM Ashok Gehlot and Sachin Pilot lead from the Sardarpura and Tonk constituencies respectively.

Traditional BJP vs Congress War

The political seesaw in Rajasthan has seen power oscillate between the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Indian National Congress. This electoral tug-of-war continues to define the state's political landscape.

With the counting of votes underway, the question arises: Will Rajasthan maintain its 25-year-old tradition of no consecutive victories, or is a shift imminent in the state's political dynamics?

5 Crore Voters To Elect Leaders From 1,875 Candidates

The November 25 polls witnessed a significant electoral exercise, involving 1,875 candidates vying for the support of over 5 crore voters in the 200-member state assembly.

Political Heavyweights

Prominent figures such as incumbent Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, former CM Vasundhara Raje Scindia, Sachin Pilot and Rajyavardhan Rathore are among the key contenders whose political destinies hinge on the outcomes of this crucial assembly election.

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