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Madhya Pradesh Assembly Election Results

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July 21, 2015 01:55 PM
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June 30, 2015 01:51 PM
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June 30, 2015 09:50 AM
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List of Madhya Pradesh Assembly Constituencies

A.C. No.Assembly Constituency NameA.C. No.Assembly Constituency Name
1Sheopur116Keolari
2Vijaypur117Lakhnadon
3Sabalgarh118Gotegaon
4Joura119Narsingpur
5Sumawali120Tendukheda
6Morena121Gadarwara
7Dimani122Junnardeo
8Ambah123Amarwara
9Ater124Chaurai
10Bhind125Saunsar
11Lahar126Chhindwara
12Mehgaon127Parasia
13Gohad128Pandhurna
14Gwalior South129Multai
15Gwalior East130Amla
16Gwalior Rural131Betul
17Gwalior132Ghoradongri
18Bhitarwar133Bhainsdehi
19Dabra134Timarni
20Sewda135Harda
21Bhander136Seoni
22Datia137Hoshangabad
23Karera138Sohagpur
24Pohari139Pipariya
25Shivpuri140Udaipura
26Pichhore141Bhojpur
27Kolaras142Sanchi
28Bamori143Silwani
29Guna144Vidisha
30Chachoura145Basoda
31Raghogarh146Kurwai
32Ashok Nagar147Sironj
33Chanderi148Shamshabad
34Mungaoli149Berasia
35Bina150Bhopal Uttar
36Khurai151Narela
37Surkhi152Bhopal Dakshin Paschim
38Deori153Bhopal Madhya
39Rehli154Govindpura
40Naryoli155Huzur
41Sagar156Budhni
42Banda157Ashta
43Tikamgarh158Ichhawar
44Jatara159Sehore
45Prithvipur160Narsinghgarh
46Niwari161Biaora
47Khargapur162Rajgarh
48Maharajpur163Khilchipur
49Chandla164Sarangpur
50Rajnagar165Susner
51Chhatarpur166Agar
52Bijawar167Shajapur
53Malhara168Shujalpur
54Pathariya169Kalapipal
55Damoh170Sonkatch
56Jabera171Dewas
57Hatta172Hatpipliya
58Pawai173Khategaon
59Gunnaor174Bagali
60Panna175Mandhata
61Chitrakoot176Harsud
62Raigaon177Khandwa
63Satna178Pandhana
64Nagod179Nepanagar
65Maihar180Burhanpur
66Amarpatan181Bhikangaon
67Rampur Baghelan182Badwah
68Sirmour183Maheshwar
69Semariya184Kasrawad
70Teonthar185Khargone
71Mauganj186Bhagwanpura
72Deotalab187Sendhawa
73Mangawan188Rajpur
74Rewa189Pansemal
75Gurh190Badwani
76Churhat191Alirajpur
77Sidhi192Jobat
78Sihawal193Jhabua
79Chitrangi194Thandla
80Singrauli195Petlawad
81Devsar196Sardarpur
82Dhauhani197Gandhwani
83Beohari198Kukshi
84Jaisinghnagar199Manawar
85Jaitpur200Dharampuri
86Kotma201Dhar
87Anuppur202Badnawar
88Pushprajgarh203Depalpur
89Bandhavgarh204Indore 1
90Manpur205Indore 2
91Barwara206Indore 3
92Vijayraghogarh207Indore 4
93Murwara208Indore 5
94Bahoriband209Dr Ambedkar Nagar Mh
95Patan210Rau
96Bargi211Sanwer
97Jabalpur Purba212Nagada Khachrod
98Jabalpur Uttar213Mahidpur
99Jabalpur Cantt214Tarana
100Jabalpur Paschim215Ghatiya
101Panagar216Ujjain Uttar
102Sihora217Ujjain Dakshin
103Shahpura218Badnagar
104Dindori219Ratlam Rural
105Bichhiya220Ratlam City
106Niwas221Sailana
107Mandla222Jaora
108Baihar223Alot
109Lanji224Mandsour
110Paraswada225Malhargarh
111Balaghat226Suwasra
112Waraseoni 227Garoth
113Katangi228Manasa
114Barghat229Neemuch
115Seoni Malwa230Jawad


About Madhya Pradesh Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Constituencies

The state has a unicameral legislature. The seat of the Vidhan Sabha is located at Bhopal. The Madhya Pradesh assembly elections
were held on November 25, 2013. A total of 2,586 candidates filed their nomination for 230 seats across 51 districts.

There are in total 230 constituencies in the Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha. Out of these, 35 constituencies are reserved for the Schedule Castes and 47 are reserved for the Schedule Tribes. Earlier, the number of constituencies of the Vidhan Sabha was 288 which was later increased to 320. Out of these 43 were reserved for the Scheduled Castes and 75 were reserved for the Scheduled Tribes. In 2000, when Chhattisgarh was carved out of Madhya Pradesh, the number of constituencies of Madhya Pradesh was reduced to 230.

Under the general category, Bhopal Uttar is the Lok Sabha constituency with the largest number of voters (189,210,000) whereas Kotma has the least (123,399).

Under the category of ST, the Lakhnadon constituency holds the largest number of voters (207,719) whereas Sailana has the least number (125,917).

Under the category of SC, the Jabalpur Purba constituency holds the largest number (194,112) whereas Bina has the least (129,814).

230 Constituencies
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148
General
35
Scheduled Caste
47
Scheduled Tribes

Assembly Election Results of Madhya Pradesh

The tables below represent the assembly election results for the state of Madhya Pradesh untill now starting from the most recent year 2014.

PartySeats
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)1
Indian National Congress (INC)0
Others0
Total1
PartySeats
BJP143
INC71
BSP7
BJSH5
IND3
SP1
PartySeats
BJP173
INC38
SP7
GGP3
BSP2
IND2
RSMD2
CPM1
NCP1
JD(U)1
PartySeats
INC172
BJP119
BSP11
IND91
JD1
JP1
RPI1
SP4
AJBP1
GGP1
PartySeats
INC174
BJP128
IND8
JD4
CPI2
KSM1
RPI(K)1
CMM1
CPM1
PartySeats
BJP222
INC56
JD28
IND10
KSM1
CPI3

PartySeats
INC250
BJP58
IND6
JNP5
ICS1
PartySeats
INC246
BJP62
IND8
JNP(JP)2
JNP(SC)1
RPK1
CPI1
PartySeats
JNP230
INC84
IND5
RRP1
PartySeats
INC220
BJS48
IND18
SOP7
CPI3
PartySeats
INC167
BJS78
IND22
SSP10
PSP9
SWA7
JAC 2
CPI1
PartySeats
INC142
JS41
IND39
PSP33
RRP10
SOC14
HMS6
SWA2
CPI1
PartySeats
INC231
IND20
PSP12
BJS10
RRP5
HMS7
CPI2
PartySeats
INC194
IND23
KMPP8
RRP3
SKP2
SP2
Last Updated on July 8, 2015


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