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Rajasthan Assembly Election Quiz: Over 4.7 crore voters, 2,274 candidates; how much do you know about political history of the state

Firstpost Friday, 7 December 2018
As Rajasthan goes for polls on Friday, take this quiz to check how well aware you are with the state and its politics
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News video: Rajasthan Election 2018 : Congress की धर्म-जातिवाद

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BJP president Amit Shah held a presser in Jaipur ahead of the Rajasthan Assembly elections. Amit Shah said, &quot;I am sure we will form government in the state with full majority with Vasundhara ji as the Chief Minister. People in the state have rejected caste and religion based politics of...

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