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Rajasthan 2018

Election Summary

Total number of constituencies analyzed 200
Total candidates analyzed by NEW 2246
Candidates with declared criminal cases 338(15%)
Candidates with declared serious criminal cases 210(9%)
Crorepati candidates 615(27%)
Candidates who are graduate or above 977 (43%)
Candidates who have not declared PAN 258 (11%)
Total women candidates 184 (8%)
Total candidates who have filed ITR 1253 (56%)
Total winners analyzed by NEW 200
Winners with declared criminal cases 46 (23%)
Winners with declared serious criminal cases 28 (14%)
Crorepati winners 159 (80%)
Winners who are graduate or above 130 (65%)
Winners who have not declared PAN 3 (2%)
Total women winners 24 (12%)
Total winners who have filed ITR 176 (88%)

List of Candidates - SANGARIA:HANUMANGARGH (Comparison Chart of Party Candidates)

SNo CandidateParty Criminal Cases Education Age Total Assets Liabilities
4 Gurdeep Singh   Winner BJP 1 Literate56 Rs 6,67,12,820
~ 6 Crore+
Rs 55,15,593
~ 55 Lacs+
1 Anil Kumar AAP 0 Graduate Professional41 Rs 24,23,000
~ 24 Lacs+
Rs 0
2 Baljinder Singh SAD (Amritsar)(Simranjit Singh Mann) 0 5th Pass46 Rs 8,00,000
~ 8 Lacs+
Rs 4,34,000
~ 4 Lacs+
3 Balvir Singh BSP 0 Graduate Professional60 Rs 1,59,47,867
~ 1 Crore+
Rs 12,00,000
~ 12 Lacs+
5 Radhe Shyam IND 0 Graduate Professional27
6 Rajender Kumar Dalit Kranti Dal 0 Graduate Professional32 Rs 20,000
~ 20 Thou+
Rs 0
7 Rupendra Singh IND 0 Graduate60 Rs 16,000
~ 16 Thou+
Rs 0
8 Shabnam Godara INC 0 12th Pass45 Rs 3,89,00,286
~ 3 Crore+
Rs 1,00,000
~ 1 Lacs+

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