Dausa (Lok Sabha constituency)

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Dausa Lok Sabha constituency is one of the 25 Lok Sabha (parliamentary) constituencies in Rajasthan state in India.

Assembly segments[edit]

Presently, Dausa Lok Sabha constituency comprises eight Vidhan Sabha (legislative assembly) segments. These are:[1]

SI No. Name
1. Bassi
2. Chaksu
3. Thanagazi
4. Bandikui
5. Mahuwa
6. Sikrai
7. Dausa
8. Lalsot

Members of Parliament[edit]

SI No. Year Name Party
1. 1952 Raj Bahadur Indian National Congress
2. 1957 G D Somani
3. 1962 Prithvi Raj Swatantra Party
4. 1967 Charanjit Rai
5. 1969
(by poll)
Nawal Kishore Sharma Indian National Congress
6. 1971
7. 1977 Nathu Singh Janata Party
8. 1980 Nawal Kishore Sharma Indian National Congress (I)
9. 1984 Rajesh Pilot Indian National Congress
10. 1989 Nathu Singh Bharatiya Janata Party
11. 1991 Rajesh Pilot Indian National Congress
12. 1996
13. 1998
14. 1999 Rama Pilot
15. 2004 Sachin Pilot
16. 2009 Kirodi Lal Meena Independent
17. 2014 Harish Chandra Meena Bharatiya Janata Party
18. 2019 Jaskaur Meena

Election results[edit]

2014 Indian general elections: Dausa
Party Candidate Votes % ±
BJP Harish Chandra Meena 3,15,059 33.84
NPP Dr. Kirodi Lal Meena 2,69,655 28.97
INC Namo Narain Meena 1,81,272 19.47
Independent Shiv Pal Gurjar 82,549 8.87
Independent Bimla Devi Meena 20,037 2.15
Majority 45,404 4.87
Turnout 9,30,492 61.05
BJP gain from Independent Swing
General Election, 2004: Dausa
Party Candidate Votes % ±
INC Sachin Pilot 369,935 15 +1.65
BJP Kartar Singh Bhadana 255,070 35.58 -3.38
INLD Rohitash Kumar Sharma 46,938 6.55
BSP Rakesh Meena 15,437 2.15
Independent Subhash Chandra Sharma 12,004 1.67
RJVP Dhanna Ram 7,672 1.07
Independent Rohitash Kuldeep 3,924 0.55
Independent Ramesh 3,047 0.43
SP Mukarram Ali 2,874 0.40 -0.13
Majority 114,865 16.02 +15.09
Turnout 716,901 49.04 -10.58
INC hold Swing +1.65

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Parliamentary & Assembly Constituencies wise Polling Stations & Electors" (PDF). Chief Electoral Officer, Rajasthan website. Archived from the original (PDF) on 26 July 2011. Retrieved 13 March 2010.

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