The Indian National Congress suffered yet another setback in Rajasthan in the Zila and Panchayat elections. While the Congress won 1713 constituencies in both the electoral votes, the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) has won 1833 constituencies, as per the ANI reports.
After late-night counting of votes, the state election commission announced BJP as the leading party with maximum seats. Moreover, while BSP won three, CPIM has won 16, and Hanuman Beniwal’s RLP has won 56 hearts. On top of that, more than 420 independent candidates won Panchayat seats. In Zila Parishads, the BJP has won 326 constituencies, while Congress won 250, CPIM won 2, and independents 18.
After the result’s announcement, BJP state president Satish Poonia expressed his happiness by digging out a hole against the Congress party. He exclaimed, “a sure sign of a farewell to this corrupt government”. in his official statement. Moreover, he welcomed the village people’s faith in the BJP government led by Narendra Modi.
The Poll was held in four stages in Rajasthan in 21 districts from December 1 to December 5.