BJP Candidate Rasa Singh Rawat will contest the 2009 Lok Sabha ElectionsÂ from the Rajsamand Parliamentary Constituency.
Rasa Singh Rawat – Six-time MP and Arya Samaj leader
Rasa Singh Rawat was born on 17 April 1947 and has done B.Ed, LLB and Post Graduatation in Hindi & Sanskrit.
Mr Rawat has served as Member of Parliament for six times. He’s also a prominent Arya Samaj leader. He was a sitting MP in Ajmer, but after delimitation of seats in this elections, he’s moved to Rajsamand.
The Congress has made it easy for him by fielding Gopal Singh Idwa, instead of Girija Vyas as it was once rumoured. Mr. Rawat will consider it simple to secure a victory for himself.
Rajsamand Parliamentary Constituency-Â Combination of Ajmer and Udaipur
Rajsamand seat is formed by combining pieces of Ajmer and Udaipur. This seat doesn’t have any history of elections.
Northern Udaipur and Southern Ajmer (former Lok Sabha areas) were combined here to create the seat andÂ caste equations have changed in both the constituencies, with Rajsamand having a huge number of voters belonging to the Rawat community.
Of the eight assembly segments here, the BJP holds six, the Congress one and an independent one. The BJP vote is about 65,000 more than the Congress vote.