Bikaner Constituency, Rajasthan Loksabha Election 1998 Results, MP, Voters, Political Parties Data

Constituency Name: Bikaner

 

RESULT

PARTY

CANDIDATE

VOTES

Winner

INC

BALRAM JAKHAR

560257

Runner up :

BJP

MAHENDRASINGH BHATI

369632

MARGIN :

190625

18.63% of Total Valid Votes )

 

DATES

POLLING

COUNTING

DECLARATION OF RESULT

16-02-1998

02-03-1998

03-03-1998

 

POLLING STATIONS

NUMBER :

2273

AVERAGE ELECTORS PER POLLING STATION : 722

 

VOTES

1. POLLED

1039717

63.32%

of Total Electors)

2. VALID

1023190

3. REJECTED

16206

1.56%

of Total Votes Polled)

4. MISSING

321

5. TENDERED

326

 

ELECTORS WHO VOTED

1. GENERAL

599933

438419

1038352

2.

POSTAL

1350

15

1365

3. TOTAL

601283

438434

1039717

 

ELECTORS

1.

GENERAL

888282

753319

1641601

2.

SERVICE

313

177

490

3.

TOTAL

888595

753496

1642091

 

CANDIDATES

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

1.

NOMINATED

16

1

17

2.

REJECTED

3

0

3

3.

WITHDRAWN

3

0

3

4.

CONTESTED

10

1

11

5.

FORFEITED DEPOSIT

8

1

9

 


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Bikaner Constituency, Rajasthan Loksabha Election 1999 Results, MP, Voters, Political Parties Data

Constituency Name: Bikaner

 

RESULT

PARTY

CANDIDATE

VOTES

Winner

INC

RAMESHWAR LAL DUDI

493638

Runner up :

BJP

RAMPRATAP KASANIA

399129

MARGIN :

94509

10.10% of Total Valid Votes )

 

DATES

POLLING

COUNTING

DECLARATION OF RESULT

05-09-1999

06-10-1999

07-10-1999

 

POLLING STATIONS

NUMBER :

2338

AVERAGE ELECTORS PER POLLING STATION : 754

 

VOTES

1. POLLED

946682

53.71%

of Total Electors)

2. VALID

935738

3. REJECTED

10727

1.13%

of Total Votes Polled)

4. MISSING

217

5. TENDERED

168

 

ELECTORS WHO VOTED

1. GENERAL

578044

367186

945230

2.

POSTAL

1402

50

1452

3. TOTAL

579446

367236

946682

 

ELECTORS

1.

GENERAL

952021

809928

1761949

2.

SERVICE

397

243

640

3.

TOTAL

952418

810171

1762589

 

CANDIDATES

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

1.

NOMINATED

13

0

13

2.

REJECTED

1

0

1

3.

WITHDRAWN

3

0

3

4.

CONTESTED

9

0

9

5.

FORFEITED DEPOSIT

7

0

7

 


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Bikaner Constituency, Rajasthan Loksabha Election 2004 Results, MP, Voters, Political Parties Data

Constituency Name: Bikaner

 

RESULT

PARTY

CANDIDATE

VOTES

Winner

:

BJP

DHARMENDRA

517802

Runner up :

INC

RAMESHWAR LAL

460627

MARGIN

:

57175 ( 5.31% of Total Valid Votes )

 

DATES

POLLING

COUNTING

DECLARATION OF RESULT

05-05-2004

13-05-2004

13-05-2004

 

POLLING STATIONS

NUMBER : 1982

AVERAGE ELECTORS PER POLLING STATION : 959

DATE(s) OF RE-POLL, IF ANY :

NIL

NUMBER OF POLLING STATIONS WHERE RE-POLL WAS ORDERED

NIL

 

VOTES

1. REJECTED VOTES (Postal)

436

2. VOTES NOT RETREIVED FROM EVM

796

3. TOTAL VALID VOTES POLLED

1077364

4. TENDERED VOTES

84

 

VOTERS

1. GENERAL

625876

449183

1075059

2. PROXY

5

3. POSTAL

3532

4. TOTAL

1078596

 

POLLING PERCENTAGE

61.59

50.87

56.75

 

ELECTORS

1. GENERAL

1016242

882929

1899171

2. SERVICE

995

520

1515

3. TOTAL

1017237

883449

1900686

 

CANDIDATES

MEN

WOMEN

TOTAL

1. NOMINATED

14

1

15

2. NOMINATION REJECTED

1

0

1

3. WITHDRAWN

1

0

1

4. CONTESTED

12

1

13

5. FORFEITED DEPOSIT

10

1

11

 


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Bikaner Constituency, Rajasthan Loksabha Election 2009 Results, MP, Voters, Political Parties Data

Constituency Name: Bikaner

 

VII. RESULT

PARTY

CANDIDATE

VOTES

WINNER

BJP

Arjun Ram Meghwal

244537

RUNER-UP

INC

Rewat Ram Panwar

224962

MARGIN

19575

 

VI. DATES

POLLING

COUNTING

DECLARATION OF RESULT

07-May-2009

16-May-2009

16-May-2009

V. POLLING STATIONS

NUMBER

1519

AVERAGE ELECTORS PER POLLING STATION

908

DATE(s) OF RE-POLL, IF ANY :

NIL

NUMBER OF POLLING STATIONS WHERE RE-POLL WAS ORDERED

NIL

IV. VOTES

1. REJECTED VOTES (POSTAL)

80

2. VOTES NOT RETREIVED FROM EVM

0

3. TOTAL VALID VOTES POLLED

569724

4. TENDERED VOTES

7

MEN

WOMEN

TOTAL

1. NOMINATED

10

1

11

2. NOMINATION REJECTED

0

0

0

3. WITHDRAWN

1

0

1

4. CONTESTED

9

1

10

5. FORFEITED DEPOSIT

7

1

8

II.ELECTORS

1. GENERAL

739291

641151

1380442

2. SERVICE

518

243

761

3. TOTAL

739809

641394

1381203

III. VOTERS

1. GENERAL

339391

230196

569587

2. PROXY

0

3. POSTAL

217

4. TOTAL

569804

III(A). POLLING PERCENTAGE

41.25

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Bikaner Constituency, Rajasthan Loksabha Election 2019 Results, MP, Voters, Political Parties Data

Constituency Name: Bikaner

RESULT

PARTY CANDIDATE VOTES
WINNER BHARATIYA JANATA PARTY ARJUN RAM MEGHWAL 657743
RUNER-UP INDIAN NATIONAL CONGRESS MADAN GOPAL MEGHWAL 393662
MARGIN 264081

 

DATES

POLLING COUNTING DECLARATION OF RESULT
2019-05-06 2019-05-23 2019-05-23

 

POLLING STATIONS

NUMBER 1829 AVERAGE ELECTORS PER POLLING STATION 1012
DATE(S) OF RE-POLL, IF ANY: NA
NUMBER OF POLLING STATIONS WHERE RE-POLLS WAS ORDERED

 

VOTES

1. TOTAL VOTES POLLED ON EVM

1095698

2. TOTAL DEDUCTED VOTES FROM EVM(TEST VOTES+VOTES NOT RETRIVED+ NOTA)

13426

3.TOTAL VALID VOTES POLLED ON EVM

1082272

4. POSTAL VOTES COUNTED

4802

5. POSTAL VOTES DEDUCTED (REJECTED POSTAL VOTES + ‘NOTA’)

986

6. VALID POSTAL VOTES

3816

7. TOTAL VALID VOTES POLLED

1086088

8. TEST VOTES POLLED ON EVM

0

9. VOTES POLLED FOR ‘NOTA’ (INCLUDING POSTAL)

13510

10. TENDERED VOTES

27

 

I. CANDIDATES

MEN

WOMAN

THIRD GENDER

TOTAL

1. NOMINATED

12

0

0

12

2. NOMINATION REJECTED

2

0

0

2

3. WITHDRAWN

1

0

0

1

4. CONTESTED

9

0

0

9

5.FORFEITED DEPOSIT

7

0

0

7

II. ELECTORS

MEN

WOMAN

THIRD GENDER

TOTAL

1. GENERAL

976006

873411

16

1849433

2. OVERSEAS

2

0

0

2

3. SERVICE

2114

79

0

2193

4. TOTAL

978122

873490

16

1851628

III. VOTERS

MEN

WOMAN

THIRD GENDER

TOTAL

1. GENERAL

613781

481912

5

1095698

2. OVERSEAS

0

0

0

0

3. PROXY

0

4. POSTAL

3900

5. TOTAL

613781

481912

5

1099598

6. VOTES REJECTED DUE

0

TO OTHER REASON

III(A). POLLING PERCENTAGE

59.39

 

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Shri Shopat Singh Makkasar Member of Parliament (MP) from Bikaner (Rajasthan) Biodata

Name of Member: Shri Shopat Singh Makkasar

Political Party: Communist Party of India (Marxist)

Constituency & State: Bikaner (Rajasthan)

Lok Sabha Experience: 9

9th Lok Sabha
Members Bioprofile

MAKKASAR, SHRI SHOPAT SINGH [C.P.I (M)Rajasthan, Bikaner, 1989]:  s. of Ch. Hari Ram; b. at Lakhahakam, Ganganagar District, Rajasthan, December 29, 1929; ed. at Punjab University, Hissar, Matric; m. Pramila Devi, 2 s. and 2 d.; Agriculturist;

Public Offices held:  Sarpanch, Gram Panchayat, Makkasar, Rajasthan, 1955;

Previous Association with Political Parties:  Member, State Committees, CPI, Rajasthan, 1960-64; Secretariat Member, CPI (M), Rajasthan, since 1965;

Previous Membership:  Legislative Assembly, Rajasthan, 1957, 1962, 1977, 1985;

Committee Experience:  Member, Committee on Petitions, Rajasthan Assembly for 13 years; Member, Committee on Official Language, March 23, 1990, Committee on Agriculture, June 7, 1990 and Consultative Committee, Ministry of Agriculture, 1990;

Favourite Pastime and Recreation:  Games and sports;

Travels Abroad:  Visited China for one month in 1986;

Special Interests:  Agriculture;

Sports and Clubs:  Atheletics, Kabbadi, Football, Volleyball;

Other Information:  Imprisonment for 3 months for participation in the Land Auction Movement, 1960, imprisonment under DIR for 1 1/2 months during 1965-66, for 2 months in 1970 and for 1 1/2 years during Emergency; Gen. Secy. Kisan Sabha, Rajasthan for 10 years;

Permanent Address:  Vill. & P.O. Makkasar, Via-Hanumangarh Junction, District Ganganagar, Rajasthan.

 


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Dr.Maharaja Bikaner Karni Singh Member of Parliament (MP) from Bikaner (Rajasthan) Biodata

Name of Member: Dr.Maharaja Bikaner Karni Singh

Political Party: Independents

Constituency & State: Bikaner (Rajasthan)

Lok Sabha Experience: 1,2,3,4,5

 


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Dr.Maharaja Bikaner Karni Singh Member of Parliament (MP) from Bikaner (Rajasthan) Biodata

Name of Member: Dr.Maharaja Bikaner Karni Singh

Political Party: Independents

Constituency & State: Bikaner (Rajasthan)

Lok Sabha Experience: 1,2,3,4,5

Fifth Lok Sabha

Members Bioprofile 

KARNI SINGH, DR., MAHARAJA OF BIKANER, B.A., (Hons.), Ph.D. (Ind.) Rajasthan-Bikaner—1971, Son of His late Highness Maharaja Shri Sadul Singhji Bahadur of Bikaner; b. at Bikaner, April 21, 1924; ed. at St. Stephens College, Delhi and St. Xavier’s College, Bombay; m. Maharani Sushila Kumari, February 25, 1944; 1 s. and 2 d.; Social Worker; Member, (i) All Party Committee on Political Defections, (ii) Punjabi Suba Parliamentary Committee, and (iii) Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Trust; Member, Consultative Committees (i) Planning appointed by the Prime Minister, (ii) Irrigation and Power, (iii) Information and Broadcasting and (iv) Family Planning; Member, First Lok Sabha, 1952-57, Second Lok Sabha, 1957-62, Third Lok Sabha, 1962-67 and Fourth Lok Sabha, 1967-70.

Hobbies.—Photography, painting, social service, golf and clay target shooting.

Favourite pastime and recreation.—Target shooting, golf, tennis, flying and painting.

Accomplishments in letters, art and science.— Ph.D. from Bombay University; interested in painting.

Books published.—”The Relations of House of Bikaner with the Central Powers 1465-1949″.

Sports and Clubs.—Member of (i) Willingdon Sports Club, Bombay, (ii) Cricket Club of India, Bombay, (iii) Bombay Flying Club, Bombay, (iv) Presidency Gold Club, Bombay, (v) Western India Automobile Association, Bombay, (vi) Roshanara Club, Delhi, (vii) Delhi Flying Club, Delhi, (viii) Delhi Gymkhana Club, Delhi, (ix) Delhi Golf Club, Delhi, and (x) Rajputana (Abu) and Sadul Club, Bikaner; represented India in shooting events at (i) Olympics games held in Rome, 1960, Tokyo, 1964 and Mexico, 1968; (ii) World Shooting Championship at Oslo, 1961, Cairo, 1962, Weisbaden, 1966, Bologana, 1967 and San Sebastian, 1969; (iii) First Asian Shooting Championship, Tokyo, 1967 and (iv) Pre-Olympic held in Tokyo, 1963; won Silver Medal for India in Clay Pigeon at Cairo, 1962.

Awards.—Recipient of ‘Arjun Award’ in 1962.

Travels abroad.—Round the world; travelled extensively in Europe, Egypt, U.S.A., Mexico, Japan, Canada and Far East.

Permanent address.— Lallgarh Palace, Bikaner, Rajasthan.

 


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Dr. Bal Ram Jakhar Member of Parliament (MP) from Bikaner (Rajasthan) Biodata

Name of Member: Dr. Bal Ram Jakhar

Political Party: Indian National Congress

Constituency & State: Bikaner (Rajasthan)

Lok Sabha Experience: 7,8,10,12

Biographical Sketch Member of Parliament 12th Lok Sabha


JAKHAR,  DR. BAL RAM
[INDIAN NATIONAL CONGRESS - BIKANER (RAJASTHAN)]


Father's Name             Shri Raja Ram                           

Date of Birth             23 August 1923

Place of Birth            Panjkosi, Distt. Ferozepur (Punjab)               

Marital Status            Married in February 1937

Spouse's Name             Smt. Rameshwari Devi                    

Children                  Three sons and  two daughters

Educational Qualifications  

               B.A.(Hons.) (Sanskrit)
               Educated at Forman Christian College, Lahore (now in
               Pakistan)

Profession         

               Agriculturist and Farmer, Political and Social Worker, 
               Teacher and Educationist

Permanent Address  

               Vill. and P.O. Panjkosi                   
               Distt. Ferozepur-152001                 
               (Punjab)                                

               Tel. (01634) 2133                                                     

Present Address   

               40, Canning Lane,                   
               New Delhi-110001              
     
               Tels. (011) 3384958, 3385207   

Positions Held  

1972-79        Member, Punjab Legislative Assembly (two terms)

1973-77        Deputy  Minister, Co-operation, Irrigation and
               Power, Punjab

1977-79        Leader of the Opposition, Punjab Legislative
               Assembly
       
               Leader, Congress (Indira) Legislature Party

1980           Elected to 7th Lok Sabha

1984           Re-elected to 8th Lok Sabha (2nd term)

1980-89        Speaker, Lok Sabha (two terms)


               Chairman, (i) Business Advisory Committee; 
               (ii) Rules Committee; (iii)General Purposes Committee;
               and (iv) Standing Committee of the Conference of
               Presiding Officers of Legislative Bodies in India

               President, (i) Indian Parliamentary Group; 
               (ii) National Group of Inter-Parliamentary Union; 
               and (iii) India Branch of the Commonwealth
               Parliamentary Association

1990-92        General-Secretary, All India Congress Committee
               (Indira) [A.I.C.C.(I)]

1991-96        Re-elected to 10th Lok Sabha (3rd term)
        
               Union Cabinet Minister, Agriculture

1992 onwards   Member, Congress Working Committee

1998           Re-elected to 12th Lok Sabha (4th term)
                
               Chairman, Committee on Petroleum and Chemicals

1998-99        Member, Committee of Privileges*

               Member, General Purposes Committee

                Member, Consultative Committee, Ministry of Agriculture

Books Published  

(i)"People, Parliament and Administration"; and (ii)"New
Horizons in Agriculture in India"

Literary, Artistic and Scientific Accomplishments  

Contributed several articles on agriculture, irrigation,
power and  cooperation, etc.; conferred (i) D. Sc. (Honorary) 
by Haryana Agriculture University, Hissar; (ii) Vidya
Martand (Honorary) by Gurukul Kangri Vishwavidyalaya;
(iii) Krishi Ratna  Award of W.A.F.M. Trust, New Delhi; and
(iv) India Udyan Pandit Award, 1975

Social and Cultural Activities  

Associated with a number of social, cultural and literary
organisations engaged in constructive activities such as
upliftment of the downtrodden and the weaker sections of the
society, eradication of literacy and rural development, etc.

Special Interests  

Development of agriculture, horticulture and rural areas

Favourite Pastime and Recreation  

Reading, brisk walking and playing chess

Sports and Clubs  

Cricket and volleyball

Countries Visited  

Widely travelled; as Speaker of Lok Sabha, led the Indian
Parliamentary Delegations to about 50 countries, 1980-89;
as Union Minister of Agriculture, also led several Indian
Delegations to various countries, 1991-95

Other Information  

He has the rare honour of having been elected unanimously
twice to the august office of Speaker i.e. firstly of the
Seventh Lok Sabha on 22 January, 1980 and secondly of the
Eighth Lok Sabha on 16 January 1985 and also earned the
rare distinction of being the only Speaker of Lok Sabha in
Independent India to have presided over two successive Lok
Sabhas for their full terms from 22 January 1980 to 18
December, 1989; Chairman, (i) Third World Hindi Conference,
Delhi; (ii) Bharat Krishak Samaj; (iii) Managing Committee,
Jallianwala Bagh National Memorial Trust; and (iv) Inter-
national Fruit and Vegetable Marketing Association, 1995;
Elected Member, (i) Executive Committee, Inter-Parliamentary 
Union (IPU), 1983; (ii) Commonwealth Parliamentary Association 
since 1980; and Member, Planning Commission, 1991-96


Election Result of
Bikaner Lok Sabha Constituency  

Total electorate        16,42,091
Total votes polled      10,39,717

Votes polled in favour of the first four leading candidates

(1) Dr. Bal Ram Jakhar               (I.N.C.) 5,60,257
(2) Shri Mahendrasingh Bhati         (B.J.P.) 3,69,632
(3) Shri Dilip Singh Marwal    	     (B.S.P.)   39,377
(4) Shri Shopat Singh Makkasar 	     [C.P.I.(M)]29,390

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Chaudhry Hari Ram Makkasar Godara Member of Parliament (MP) from Bikaner (Rajasthan) Biodata

Name of Member: Chaudhry Hari Ram Makkasar Godara

Political Party: Janata Party

Constituency & State: Bikaner (Rajasthan)

Lok Sabha Experience: 6

6th Lok Sabha
Members Bioprofile

GODARA, CHAUDHARY HARI RAM MAKKASAR, Janata, (Rajasthan—Bikaner—1977):  s. of Chaudhary Talchha Ram and adopted s. of Chaudhary, Hukma Ram Pura Ram; b. at Daulat Pura Village, Ganganagar District, Ashvini Sudi 14, Samvat 1967; m. Smt. Bakhtawari Devi, Baisakhi Sudi 3, 1982; 4 s. and 5 d.; Agriculturist; led an agitation for securing land to the landless kisans in Sangeria Tehsil in 1970; was Tehsil Pradhan, Hanumangarh, Sangeria, Sadulsahar and Tibi, Ganganagar, District for 6 years; Chairman, (i) Vikas Bank, Hanumangarh 1958—64, and (ii) Swarn Committee, Hanumangarh, 1962; presently Member, Committee on Subordinate Legislation.

Social activities:  Running 50 schools in various villages; acquired 3000 acres of land from the people for Gramothan Vidyapeeth, Sangaria; served the people during Famine in Rajasthan; collected 4 1/2 maunds of gold from the people of Rajasthan in 1962 and donated it to the nation.

Favourite pastime and recreation:  Prohibition work, anti-dowry work; untouchability; improvement of  progeny of cows, buffaloes, camels and horses.

Special interests:  Uplift of Villages. 

Sports:  Wrestling and kabaddi.

Permanent address:  Makkasar Village and P.O. Ganganagar District, Rajasthan.


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