CM Gehlot's magic in Rajasthan civic elections, Congress wins big
CM Gehlot's magic in Rajasthan civic elections, Congress wins big

Jaipur: The results of the Rajasthan Municipal Elections 2019 held on November 16 have arrived today. For these results, BJP, Congress and independent candidates were waiting eagerly since morning. At the same time, in the results, the Congress has made a big victory in 23 bodies. Election results have been declared for all 2105 wards. The Congress has won 961 wards while BJP has won in 737 wards.

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At the same time independents have won in 386 wards. The BSP has won in 16 wards, while the CPI (M) has won in 2 wards. There is an atmosphere of celebration among the party workers after the historic rise of the Congress. The state Congress party continued to celebrate.

Congress leaders celebrated the victory by bursting firecrackers and feeding each other sweets. During this, all Congress leaders and activists including Minister Parasadi Lal, Minister Ramesh Meena, Minister Pratap Singh Khachariwas, Organization General Secretary Mahesh Sharma were present.

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After the victory in the civic elections, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has congratulated everyone on the victory and thanked the people. CM Gehlot has said that the results of the civic elections that have come today are pleasant. After the Zilla Parishad by-election, Panchayati Raj by-election and assembly (Mandawa, Khivansar) by-election, the people of the state gave their support to the public welfare schemes and development works of our government, our commitment to provide sensitive, accountable and transparent governance and good governance. Has been strengthened further. I thank all the voters and congratulate the Congress Party workers, officials and the winning candidates.

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