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Pali Election Results 2024 LIVE Updates Highlights: Lok Sabha Winner, Loser, Leadership, Trailing, MP, Margin

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Number of competitors

In the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, there were 13 candidates from the Pali Lok Sabha constituency. In 2019 the number of contestants for this seat was 8, while in 2014 there were 13 candidates and the number was 14 in the 2009 polls.

Candidates in the 2024 competition

The candidates contesting the 2024 Lok Sabha elections from this seat are: 1. Bastiram, Indian People’s Green Party (IPGP); 2. Sangeeta Beniwal, Indian National Congress (INC); 3. Lal Singh Dewasi, Independent (IND); 4. Shrawanram Dewasi, Independent (IND); 5. PP Chaudhary, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP); 6. Kesaram, Independent (IND); 7. Jeevaram Rana, Bharat Adivasi Party (BAP); 8. Deepak Bamniya, Independent (IND); 9. Mukesh Saini, Independent (IND); 10. Bhiyaram, Independent (IND); 11. Hukum Singh, Independent (IND); 12. Anand Kumar Parihar, Independent (IND); 13. Mahendra Regar, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP).

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Demographic profile

The Pali Lok Sabha constituency has an estimated Scheduled Caste population of 20% and an estimated Scheduled Tribe population of 6% as per the latest relevant report of the Delimitation Commission. The estimated literacy rate of the districts in which this constituency falls is 62% as per the Census of India, 2011.

In the Pali Lok Sabha constituency, there were a total of 23,43,232 voters registered on the electoral rolls for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, of which 12,17,299 were male, 11,25,895 female and 38 third gender. In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, there were a total of 21,61,663 registered voters, of which 12,17,299 were male, 10,33,840 female and 18 third gender. In the 2014 elections, 19,02,094 voters were registered in this constituency, of which 9,98,413 were men, 9,03,678 women and 3 of the third gender. In the 2009 polls, the total number of voters was 16,82,713 of which 8,75,476 were male and 8,07,237 were female.

The number of service voters in Palli Lok Sabha constituency was 4,889 in 2019, 3,849 in 2014 and 3,246 in 2009.

The electorate gender ratio or sex ratio (number of female voters per 1000 male voters) in this constituency in 2024 was 925, in 2019 it was 917, 905 in 2014 and 922 in 2009.

Location

The geographical coordinates of the Pali Lok Sabha constituency are: ​​25°45’00.0″N 73°30’00.0″E. Pali shares its borders with five other Lok Sabha constituencies. Other Lok Sabha constituencies adjacent to Pali are: Jodhpur, Nagaur, Jalore, Udapur, Rajsamand. This constituency has an interstate border with: No other state.

Survey data

The Pali Lok Sabha constituency went to polls in Phase 2 of the 2024 Lok Sabha elections on Friday, April 26, 2024. Counting of votes takes place on Tuesday, June 4, 2024.

In the Lok Sabha General Election 2019, this seat went to Phase 4 polling on Monday, April 29, 2019, and the results were declared on Thursday, May 23, 2019.

In the 2014 polls, this constituency voted in phase 1 on Thursday, April 17, 2014, and the results were declared on Friday, May 16, 2014.

In 2009, Pali voted in phase 1 on Thursday, 07 May 2009 and the results were declared on Saturday, 16 May 2009.

Voting attendance

According to data released by the Election Commission of India, in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, the estimated voter turnout in the Pali constituency was 57.19%. In 2019, this seat recorded a turnout of 63%, while it was 58% in 2014 and 43% in 2009. The estimated turnout in 2024 was -5.72% of the turnout in 2019.

Past results

In the 2019 Lok Sabha general election, BJP’s PP Chaudhary won the seat, defeating INC’s Badriram Jakhar by a margin of 4,81,597 votes, which was 35.42% of the total votes cast for seat. BJP had a vote share of 66.11% in 2019 in this seat.

In 2014, BJP’s PP Choudhary emerged victorious in this seat, defeating INC’s Munni Devi Godara by a margin of 3,99,039 votes, which was 36.42% of the total votes polled in the constituency. The BJP secured a vote share of 64.97% in the seat.

In the 2009 Lok Sabha elections, INC’s Badri Ram Jakhar won this seat, defeating BJP’s Pusp Jain by a margin of 1,96,717 votes, which was 27.2% of the total votes polled in the constituency . The INC had a 53.6% vote share in the seat.

The winner’s margin

In the 2019 Lok Sabha general election, BJP’s PP Chaudhary won in this constituency, defeating INC’s Badriram Jakhar by a margin of 4,81,597 votes, which was 35.42% of the total votes cast. In 2014, BJP’s PP Choudhary was the winner in this seat, defeating INC’s Munni Devi Godara by a margin of 3,99,039 votes, which was 36.42% of the total votes polled in the constituency. In the 2009 Lok Sabha elections, INC’s Badri Ram Jakhar won this seat, defeating BJP’s Pusp Jain by a margin of 1,96,717 votes, which was 27.2% of the total votes polled for the seat.

Voteshare winner

In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, BJP’s PP Chaudhary had a vote share of 66.11% in this seat.

In 2014, PP Choudhary of the BJP secured a vote share of 64.97% in this constituency.

In the 2009 Lok Sabha elections, INC’s Badri Ram Jakhar got 53.6% vote share in Pali.

The total electorate

In the Pali Lok Sabha constituency, there were a total of 23,43,232 registered voters in the electoral rolls for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, there were a total of 21,61,663 registered voters. In the 2014 elections, a total of 19,02,094 voters were registered in this constituency. In the 2009 polls, the total number of voters was 16,82,713.

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  • Expansion of the constituency

    According to the latest delimitation documents for 15. Pali Lok Sabha seat, the extension of this constituency covers the following areas of Rajasthan: 117. Sojat (SC): 1. Tehsil Sojat 2. Tehsil Raipur (Partial) – (I) ILRC Raipur excluding PC Bar and PC Deepawas (II) ILRC Pipliya Kalan; 118. Pali: 1. Tehsil Pali (Partial) – (I) Pali Municipal Council 2. Tehsil Rohat; 119. Marwar Junction: 1. Tehsil Marwar Junction 2. Tehsil Desuri (Partial) – (I) ILRC Khiwara (II) ILRC Magar Talav (III) ILRC Rani including Rani Khurd Municipal Council; 120. Bali: 1. Tehsil Bali 2. Tehsil Desuri (Partial) – (I) ILRC Desuri including Sadri Municipal Council (II) ILRC Nadol; 121. Sumerpur: 1. Tehsil Sumerpur 2. Tehsil Pali, excluding Pali Municipal Council area; 125. Osian: 1. Tehsil Osian (Partial) – (I) ILRC Osian (II) ILRC Mathaniya (III) ILRC Tinwari (IV) ILRC Cherai; 126. Bhopalgarh (SC): 1. Tehsil Bhopalgarh 2. Tehsil Jodhpur (Partial) – (I) ILRC Jajiwal Kalan; and 131. Bilara (SC): 1. Tehsil Bilara 2. Tehsil Jodhpur (Partial) – (I) ILRC Bisalpur (II) ILRC Dangiyawas.

    first published: 04 June 2024, 06:51 IST