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Twenty one out of 24 BJP candidates leading by over 1 lakh votes in Rajasthan

IndiaTimes Thursday, 23 May 2019
21 out of the 24 BJP candidates are leading by a margin of over one lakh votes, with one having established a lead of more than 4 lakh votes in the trends available so far. The Congress, which won the assembly elections in the state recently, is trailing behind on all the 25 Lok Sabha seats of the northern state.
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