Lok Sabha Elections 2019: 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 Ganganagar, Bikaner, Churu, Jhunjhunu, Sikar, Jaipur Rural and Jaipur 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.

Ganganagar:

Voting for the Ganganagar Lok Sabha Constituency will take place in the fifth phase of the General Elections 2019 on May 6. The Ganganagar seat comprises of eight assembly constituencies including Sadulshahar, Sri Ganganagar, Karanpur, Suratgarh, Raisinghnagar, Sangaria, Hanumangarh and Pilibanga.

While the notification for filing the nomination on Ganganagar seat was issued on April 10, the deadline is on April 18. In the 2014 Lok Sabha poll, the BJP’s candidate Meghwal had won the Ganganagar seat. While in 2009 elections, Bharat Ram Meghwal had won the seat on the Congress ticket.

For 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP has fielded Nihalchand Meghwal from Ganganagar constituency. Congress is yet to announce its candidate for the particular seat.

Bikaner:

Voting for the Bikaner Lok Sabha Constituency will take place in the fifth phase of General Elections 2019 on May 6. The Bikaner seat comprises of eight assembly constituencies including Khajuwala, Bikaner West, Bikaner East, Kolayat, Lunkaransar, Dungargarh, Nokha and Anupgarh. While the notification for filing the nomination on Bikaner seat was issued on April 10, the deadline is on April 18.

In the 2014 Lok Sabha poll, the BJP candidate Arjun Ram Meghwal had won the Bikaner seat contesting against Congress candidate Shankar Pannu with a margin of over three lakh votes. Arjun Ram Meghwal had won the seat even in 2009 elections.

The Bikaner seat is reserved for Scheduled Caste category. The constituency number is 2. For 2019, the BJP has fielded Arjun Ram Meghwal from the Bikaner constituency, while the Congress has fielded Madangopal Meghwal. Meanwhile, CPI(M) has fielded Shopat Ram from the particular constituency.

Churu:

Voting for the Churu Lok Sabha Constituency will take place in the fifth phase of General Elections 2019 on May 6. The Churu seat comprises of eight assembly constituencies including Sadulpur, Taranagar, Sardarshahar, Churu, Ratangarh, Sujangarh, Nohar and Bhadra.

While the notification for filing the nomination on Churu seat was issued on April 10, the deadline is on April 18.

In the 2014 Lok Sabha poll, the BJP candidate Rahul Kaswan had won the Churu seat contesting defeating BSP candidate Abhinesh Maharshi with a close margin of nearly three lakh votes. The constituency number of Churu is 3. Till date, there are no candidates contesting for Churu seat.

Jhunjhunu:

Voting for the Jhunjhunu Lok Sabha Constituency will take place in the fifth phase of General Elections 2019 on May 6. The Jhunjhunu seat comprises of seven assembly constituencies including Pilani, Surajgarh, Jhunjhunu, Mandawa, Nawalgarh, Udaipurwati and Khetri. While the notification for filing the nomination on Jhunjhunu seat was issued on April 10, the deadline is on April 18.

In the 2014 Lok Sabha poll, the BJP candidate Santosh Ahlawat had won the Jhunjhunu seat contesting against Congress party’s Raj Bala Ola with a margin of over two lakh votes. The constituency number of Jhunjhunu is 4. Till now, no political party has announced its candidate for Jhunjunu seat.

Sikar:

Voting for the Sikar Lok Sabha Constituency will take place in the fifth phase of General Elections 2019 on May 6. The Sikar seat comprises of eight assembly constituencies including Lachhmangarh, Dhod, Sikar, Danta Ramgarh, Khandela, Neem-Ka-Thana, Sri Madhopur and Chomu. While the notification for filing the nomination on Sikar seat was issued on April 10, the deadline is on April 18.

In the 2014 Lok Sabha poll, the BJP candidate Swami Sumedhanand Saraswati had won the Sikar seat contesting against Congress party’s Pratap Singh Jat with a margin of close to three lakh votes. The constituency number of Sikar is 5.

Jaipur Rural:

Voting for the Jaipur Rural Lok Sabha Constituency will take place in the fifth phase of General Elections 2019 on May 6. The Jaipur Rural seat comprises of eight assembly constituencies including Kotputli, Viratnagar, Shahpura, Phulera, Jhotwara, Amber, Jamwa Ramgarh and Bansur. While the notification for filing the nomination on Jaipur Rural seat was issued on April 10, the deadline is on April 18. In the 2014 Lok Sabha poll, the BJP candidate Rathore had won the Jaipur Rural seat contesting against Congress party’s CP Joshi.

The constituency number of Jaipur Rural is 6. Fror 2019 polls, the BJP has fielded Union Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore from Jaipur Rural seat. Congress is yet to announce its candidate from this constituency.

Jaipur:

Voting for the Jaipur Lok Sabha Constituency will take place in the fifth phase of General Elections 2019 on May 6. The Rewa seat comprises of eight assembly constituencies including Hawa Mahal, Vidhyadhar Nagar, Civil Lines, Kishan Pole, Adarsh Nagar, Malviya Nagar, Sanganer and Bagru. While the notification for filing the nomination on Jaipur seat was issued on April 10, the deadline is on April 18.

In the 2014 Lok Sabha poll, the BJP candidate Ramcharan Bohra had won the Jaipur seat contesting against Congress party’s Mahesh Joshi with a margin of over five lakh votes. The constituency number of Jaipur is 7.

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.