Jodhpur Lok Sabha Election 2024 Result

Jodhpur Lok Sabha Election 2024 Results

 This article will discuss Jodhpaur’s 2024 Lok Sabha election result. Today, the Election Commission of India finally declared the Lok Sabha election result in Jodhpur for 2024. The election took place on 19 April 2024. As per the results, the (……) party has won by (……) seats. Jodhpur Lok Sabha constituency is one of the 25 Lok Sabha parliamentary constituencies of Rajasthan. Jodhpur had only two major parties to contest the election: the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Indian National Congress (INC). Let’s go through the results of the Jodhpur General Elections,2024. 


Poll event Phase
Notification Date 20 March 28 March
Last Date for filing nomination 27 March 4 April
Scrutiny of nomination 28 March 5 April
Last Date for withdrawal of nomination 30 March 8 April
Date of poll 19 April 26 April
Date of counting of votes/Result 4 June 2024
No. of constituencies 12 13


Result for  Jodhpur Lok Sabha election 2024:

Gajendra Singh Sekhwat was representing Bharatiya Janata Party. At the same time, Karan Singh Uchiyarda was contesting for the Indian National Congress. Based on the outcomes declared by the Election Commission Of India,(…..) won the Jodhpur MP seat with (……) votes.


Major parties in Jodhpur:

In the 2024 Lok Sabha election in Jodhpur, only two major and most powerful parties contested against each other for seats. They are the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Indian National Congress.


Bharatiya Janata Party is a major political party in India. BJP has become the country’s biggest political party for representation in the parliament of India as well as the state legislature. It has been the strongest ruling political party since 2014. Bharatiya Janata Party follows right-wing politics. It has a close ideological and organizational connection with Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), a volunteer parliamentary organization. Its policies are based on Hindu nationalist ideology.



The second most prominent and powerful party is the Indian National Congress. It was founded on 28 December 1885. It happened to be the first modern nationalist movement during the British Empire in Asia and Africa. Specifically, after 1920, it became the principal leader of the Indian independence movement under Mahatma Gandhi’s proper guidance.

Jodhpur Lok Sabha constituencies and candidates:

Two candidates fought against each other on behalf of the parties in the Jodhpur constituency.


Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, the candidate on behalf of the BJP, is a union cabinet minister in the ministry of Jal Shakti. He is also a member of parliament from Bharatiya Janata Party. Jodhpur elected him as a parliament member in the 16th Lok Sabha in 2014. From the Indian National Congress, Karan Singh Uchiyarda was fighting. He is into both agriculture and business.



2024 Jodhpur Lok Sabha Election Results:

Party Candidate Votes % ±%
BJP Gajendra Singh Shekhawat
INC Karan Singh Uchiyarda
NOTA None of the above
Gain from

2019 Jodhpur Lok Sabha election results:

In the 2019 general election in Jodhpur constituency, Gajendra Singh Shekhawat from BJP won by 58.6% votes, whereas Vaibhav Gehlot from INC was left behind by 38.21% and Mukul Chaudhry from Bahujan Samaj Party lost it with 0.87% of votes. The overall voter turnout was 68.89%. Here is an overview of the result.                                                                                                                                                                                                        

Party Candidate Votes % ±%
BJP Gajendra Singh Shekhawat 788,888 58.6 -7.48
INC Vaibhav Gehlot 514,448 38.21 +10.11
BSP Mukul Chaudhary 11,703 0.87 -0.38
NOTA None of the Above 11,688 0.87 -0.53
Margin of victory 2,74,440 20.39 -17.59
Turnout 13,47,933 68.89
BJP hold


The  2024 Lok Sabha elections have come to an end now. The wait is finally over. The (….) party is ready to create a government in India. It has secured (….)seats in the Lok Sabha. India is getting ready to welcome the rising sun of a new era. Soon we are going to witness the oath ceremony of this new government and experience some new changes going to take place in future India. India is getting ready for the new opportunities. There are expectations in everyone’s eyes about the unfulfilled commitments. It will be interesting to see how the new government will be able to resolve these challenges. 

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