Bangla Hunt Desk: In Rajasthan Panchayat Election Samiti and Zila Parishad elections, his government broke the tradition of consequences in his favor. And this time, despite the Congress government in the state, the Bharatiya Janata Party has achieved great success. All the veteran leaders of the Congress have lost party seats in the Assembly constituencies.
BJP has won bumper in 14 out of 21 district elections. And only 5 districts have come in the Congress register. The Indian Tribal Party has also opened its own register in a district. Hanuman Benibal's State Democratic Party won third place in Nagore district. In Baram district, BJP and Congress have won 16 seats each.
On the other hand, BJP has won 1833 seats in the Panchayat Samiti elections. The ruling party Congress won 1813 seats. In the elections held in 21 districts, BJP has won in 13 districts including Pali, Sikar, Churu, Jhunjhunu, Bundi, Azam, Nagaur, Tank, Udaipur, Bhilbara, Jhalabar, Rajsamand, Chittorgarh and Jalor. Out of 222 panchayat associations, BJP has won majority in 93 panchayat societies. Congress has won in 61 Panchayat Samitis. And 42 panchayat associations have been triangulated.
On the other hand, Congress has won in five districts including Hanumangarh, Pratapgarh, Bansbara and Beacon. In Nagaur, known as Hanuman Benibal's fort, the BJP won 20 seats and the Congress 18 seats. And Hanuman Benibal's party managed to win only 9 seats.
Earlier, in 2003 and 2013, when Ashok Gehlot was in power, the Congress had won 70 per cent of the seats in the Zila Parishad and Panchayat Samiti elections. And during the Bashundhara Raj government, the BJP won 80 percent of the seats. But this time the Congress government is facing a huge rate.
The party has lost in the area of all the veteran leaders of the Congress. Incumbent Rajasthan Congress president Govinda Singh Dotasara's constituency in Laksangarh has faced a Congress defeat. Former Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot's constituency Tank, Health Minister Raghu Sharma's constituency Azam, Sports Minister Ashok Chandna's constituency Bundi Cooperatives Minister Udulal Anjana's constituency Chittorgarh have also seen a big drop in the Congress.