- Tag results for rajasthan polls
The candidates elected to have fewer assets include youngest MLA Rajkumar Roat, Mukesh Kumar Bhakar and Ramniwas Gawriya.
Going by the state poll results, the BJP could end up with just 11 seats in the next parliamentary elections.
Bharatiya Janata Party won just 12 seats reserved for Scheduled Caste (SC) candidates this time, as against 32 in 2013 polls.
Saleh Mohammad of Congress in Pokhran defeated his rival Mahant Pratap Puri by 872 votes. NOTA got 1,121 votes.
As the Congress neared the majority mark of 100, Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje submitted her resignation to Governor Kalyan Singh.
Independent MLAs Mahadev Khandela, Babu Lal Nagar -- both former ministers, Kanti Prasad and others are in touch with Gehlot, he said.
The chief minister won the Jhalrapatan seat with a margin of 34,980 votes by defeating her nearest rival and Congress leader Manvendra Singh, the son of veteran BJP leader Jaswant Singh.
The former royal, who is usually called Maharani, is expected to win her seat Jhalrapatan with a handsome margin but her party appeared headed for a loss to the Congress on Tuesday.
BJP's Bairia legislator Surendra Singh, who is known for making controversial statements, said the amendments proved to be suicidal for the party.
Congress candidates were ahead of their rivals in 34 constituencies in Rajasthan, a state which has never re-elected a ruling party in recent times, leaving the BJP on the possible winning track in 25
Raje has demanded that the Election Commission take cognisance of Yadav's "insulting" remarks and taken action against him.
Abdul Rafeeq and Patwari Naval Singh were suspended on Friday with immediate effect on grounds of negligence.
Ashok Gehlot on Friday said that his party will win with an absolute majority and form government in the state.
Voters, particularly youngsters, took to platforms like WhatsApp, Twitter and Facebook to post their pictures after exercising their franchise.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Amit Shah took to micro-blogging site Twitter to urge citizens of both the states to exercise their franchise.