New Delhi: All the 25 Lok Sabha seats in Rajasthan will vote during the fourth and the fifth phase on April 29 and May 6 respectively. The polls on the fourth phase will be held in 13 constituencies and the polls on the fifth phase will be held in 12 constituencies.

Let us take a look at the key details about Alwar, Bharatpur, Karauli-Dholpur, Dausa, Nagaur constituencies in Rajasthan which will go to polls in the fifth phase of Lok Sabha elections on May 6. The nomination for these seats will be scrutinised on April 20 and the final date of a candidate’s withdrawal is fixed at April 22. Moreover, the deadline for filing the nomination for the respective seats falls on April 18. A notification in this regard was issued on April 10.

Alwar: Voting for the Alwar Lok Sabha constituency will take place in the fifth phase of general elections 2019 on May 6. Currently, the Alwar seat comprises eleven Assembly constituencies namely Tijara, Thanagazi, Kishangarh Bas, Mundawar, Behror, Alwar Rural, Bansure, Kathumar, Alwar Urban, Ramgarh and Rajgarh Laxmangarh. In the 2014 Lok Sabha poll, BJP candidate Mahant Chand Nath had won the Alwar seat.

The seat is unreserved and so far, no party has fielded any candidates. The number of Alwar constituency is 8. Congress candidate Karan Singh Yadav, who won the seat in 2018 bye-election, is the sitting MP from this Lok Sabha constituency.

Bharatpur: Voting for the Bharatpur Lok Sabha constituency will take place in the fifth phase of general elections 2019 on May 6. Currently, the Bharatpur seat comprises eight assembly constituencies namely Kaman, Nagar, Deeg-Kumher, Bharatpur, Nadbai, Weir and Bayana-Rupwas. The constituency number of Bharatpur is 9. This particular seat is reserved under the Scheduled Caste category. In the 2014 Lok Sabha poll, BJP candidate Bahadur Singh Koli had won the Bharatpur seat.

So far, no party has fielded any candidates. Congress candidate Ratan Singh had won the seat in the 2009 elections from this constituency.

Karauli-Dholpur: Voting for the Karauli-Dholpur Lok Sabha constituency will take place in the fifth phase on May 6. Currently, the Karauli-Dholpur seat comprises eight Assembly constituencies namely Hindaun, Todabhim, Karauli, Sapotra, Baseri, Bari, Dholpur and Rajakhera. In the 2014 Lok Sabha poll, BJP candidate Manoj Rajoria had won the Karauli-Dholpur seat.

The seat is reserved for Scheduled Caste category and so far, no party has fielded any candidates. The constituency number of Karauli-Dholpur is 10. Notably, Congress Khiladi Lal Bairwa had won the seat in the 2009 elections.

Dausa: Voting for the Dausa Lok Sabha constituency will take place in the fifth phase of general elections 2019 on May 6. Currently, the Dausa seat comprises eight Assembly constituencies namely Bassi, Chaksu, Thanagazi, Bandikui, Mahuwa, Sikrai, Dausa and Lalsot. The seat is reserved for Scheduled Caste category and so far, no party has fielded any candidates. The constituency number of Dausa is 11.

Nagaur: Voting for the Nagaur Lok Sabha constituency will take place in the fifth phase of general elections 2019 on May 6. Currently, the Nagaur seat comprises eight assembly constituencies namely Ladnun, Deedwana, Jayal, Nagaur, Khinvsar, Makrana, Parbatsar and Nawan. The seat is unreserved and so far, no party has fielded any candidates. The constituency number of Nagaur is 14.

The 25 Lok Sabha constituencies in Rajasthan are Ajmer, Jalore, Alwar, Jhalawar Baran, Banswara (ST), Jhunjhunu, Barmer, Jodhpur, Bharatpur (SC), Karauli Dholpur (SC), Bhilwara, Kota, Bikaner (SC), Nagaur, Chittorgarh, Pali, Churu, Rajsamand, Dausa (ST), Sikar, Ganganagar (SC), Tonk-Sawai Madhopur, Jaipur Rural, Udaipur (ST), Jaipur.

The Lok Sabha voting for the 543 Lok Sabha seats will take place in seven phases starting from April 11 to May 19. The counting of votes will take place on May 23.