OPEN APP

Rajasthan Assembly polls: It is Ashok Gehlot v/s Vasundhara Raje

With 47% of the 40.6-million-strong electorate in ... more

A vendor sells t-shirts and caps with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) logo in Jaipur before the assembly elections. CM Ashok Gehlot is in tough competition with former chief minister and BJP’s chief ministerial candidate Vasundhara Raje in the state. Pradeep Gaur/Mint
1/6A vendor sells t-shirts and caps with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) logo in Jaipur before the assembly elections. CM Ashok Gehlot is in tough competition with former chief minister and BJP’s chief ministerial candidate Vasundhara Raje in the state. Pradeep Gaur/Mint
Rajasthan saw 74.38% polling when the state went to assembly elections on 1st December.  199 assemblies went to the polls while the election in Churu was postponed to December 13 owing to the death of BSP candidate Jagdish Meghwal. PTI
2/6Rajasthan saw 74.38% polling when the state went to assembly elections on 1st December. 199 assemblies went to the polls while the election in Churu was postponed to December 13 owing to the death of BSP candidate Jagdish Meghwal. PTI
Ashok Gehlot during an election campaign in Jodhpur. Gehlot-led Congress government is seeking to return to power. If Congress wins, it will create a record as no party has won back-to-back terms in the desert state in the 20 years since 1993. Pradeep Gaur/Mint
3/6Ashok Gehlot during an election campaign in Jodhpur. Gehlot-led Congress government is seeking to return to power. If Congress wins, it will create a record as no party has won back-to-back terms in the desert state in the 20 years since 1993. Pradeep Gaur/Mint
A file photo of Vasundhara Raje. Raje contested from Jhalarapatan seat in Hadauti district while Gehlot from Sardarpura, his home turf in Jodhpur district. They were both among the 2,087 contesting candidates.
4/6A file photo of Vasundhara Raje. Raje contested from Jhalarapatan seat in Hadauti district while Gehlot from Sardarpura, his home turf in Jodhpur district. They were both among the 2,087 contesting candidates.
The vote share of the Congress in the 2008 assembly elections was 36.82% against the BJP’s 34.27%. In the outgoing 200-member assembly, the Congress has 96 seats and the BJP 78. Pradeep Gaur/Mint
5/6The vote share of the Congress in the 2008 assembly elections was 36.82% against the BJP’s 34.27%. In the outgoing 200-member assembly, the Congress has 96 seats and the BJP 78. Pradeep Gaur/Mint
The Election Commission, on 6 December, announced repolling in seven booths of Rajasthan after some complaints were received on the election day. In the last assembly polls in 2008, re-polling was held in 120 booths. Pradeep Gaur/Mint
6/6The Election Commission, on 6 December, announced repolling in seven booths of Rajasthan after some complaints were received on the election day. In the last assembly polls in 2008, re-polling was held in 120 booths. Pradeep Gaur/Mint
OTHER GALLERIES
×
Edit Profile
My Reads Redeem a Gift Card Logout