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Madhya Pradesh General (Lok Sabha) Election Results 2014


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February 04, 2015 05:29 PM
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has won most number of seats and has emerged eventual winner in Jabalpur in the Madhya Pradesh civic body elections..... Read More
February 04, 2015 10:29 AM
The results of the Madhya Pradesh civic body are to be announced today. The wards in fray are Bhopal, Indore Jabalpur, Chhindwara, Badonikhurd Nagar..... Read More
April 24, 2014 08:19 AM
Balloting for 10 Lok Sabha seats in Madhya Pradesh and one state assembly seat has begun, officials said. This is the third round of polling in the ..... Read More
April 24, 2014 07:19 AM
Madhya Pradesh will witness its final round of voting today with 10 Lok Sabha constituencies going to the polls. As many as 118 candidates are in th..... Read More
April 17, 2014 06:45 PM
The state of Madhya Pradesh registered an average of 52% voter turnout by 5:00 pm, in the second phase of Lok Sabha elections in the state. The More..... Read More

List of Parliamentary Constituencies in Madhya Pradesh

PC No.PC NamePC No.PC Name
15Balaghat27Khargone (ST)
29Betul (ST)14Mandla (ST)
2Bhind (SC)23Mandsaur
19Bhopal1Morena
16Chhindwara20Rajgarh
7Damoh24Ratlam (ST)
21Dewas (SC)10Rewa
25Dhar (ST)5Sagar
4Guna9Satna
3Gwalior12Shahdol (ST)
17Hoshangabad11Sidhi
26Indore6Tikamgarh (SC)
13Jabalpur22Ujjain (SC)
8Khajuraho 18Vidisha
28Khandwa 

Madhya Pradesh has 29 constituencies, among which four are reserved for SCs and six for STs. Bhind, Tikamgarh, Dewas, and Ujjain are the ones reserved for SCs, while Shahdol, Mandla, Ratlam, Dhar, Khargone, and Betul are for STs.

Madhya Pradesh General Election (Lok Sabha) Results

The tables below represent the general election results for the state of Madhya Pradesh till now starting from the most recent year 2014.
Each table shows the number of Lok sabha seats won by each participating political party in that particular year.

Madhya Pradesh Lok Sabha Election History

Madhya Pradesh currently has 29 Lok Sabha constituencies, of which the BJP holds 16, the Congress holds 12, and the BSP holds one. The INC won the first five General Elections of Madhya Pradesh until the Bharatiya Lok Dal dethroned it in 1977. Following are the details of every General Election held in the state:

  • The first General Election was held in 1951, in which the INC pulled off a sweeping victory by bagging 21 out of the 23 seats. The other two seats were won by independent candidates.
  • In 1952, the INC won another stupendous victory by winning 26 of the 27 available Lok Sabha seats while the Hindu Mahasabha Party won the remaining one seat.
  • The General Election of 1957 was won by the INC for a third consecutive time by a majority of 24 seats out of the total 36. Four seats were won by independent candidates, along with three each by Jan Sangh and Praja Socialist Party, and one each by the Ram Rajya Parishad and the Socialist Party.
  • Madhya Pradesh comprised of 37 Lok Sabha seats in the 1962 General Election, in which the INC won a majority of 24 seats, followed by All India Bhartiya Jan Sangh (BJS) bagging 10 seats. Two seats were bagged by independent contestants and only one was won by the Swatantra Party.
  • In the 1971 General Election, 21 out of the 37 seats were won by the INC. The BJS got 11, the independents won four, and the Samyukta Socialist Party won the remaining one.
  • The General Election of 1977 witnessed the end of a long Congress rule when the Bharatiya Lok Dal won 37 out of the 40 seats while the INC, the Republic Party of India (Khobragade) and an independent candidate won one seat each.
  • In 1980, the INC again regained its dominance by bagging 35 seats, while the Janata Dal won four and one was won by an independent candidate.
  • The General Election of 1984 was singularly won by the INC, which claimed all the 40 Lok Sabha seats of the state.
  • The General Election of 1989 marked the entry of the BJP, who won 27 seats while the INC won only 8 and the Janta Dal and an independent candidate won one seat each.
  • The INC won the 1991 Lok Sabha elections by a majority of 26 seats, while the BJP got 12 of them and the remaining two seats were bagged by BSP and an independent contestant.

  • The 1996 General Election marked the beginning of a continuous BJP rule in Madhya Pradesh and the party won a majority of 27 seats, followed by the INC winning eight, the BSP winning two seats. One seat each was won by the All India Indira Congress (AIIC), the Madhya Pradesh Vikas Congress (MPVC), and an independent candidate.
  • In the 1998 Lok Sabha election, the BJP bagged a total of 30 seats and the remaining 10 were won by the INC.
  • The 1999 General Election again went to the BJP, who won 29 seats while the INC won the 11 remaining Lok Sabha seats of the state.
  • Post 2000, Madhya Pradesh has comprised 29 seats due to the creation of Chhattisgarh. The 2004 election witnessed a strong BJP victory as 24 of the seats were bagged by it and the other four were won by the Congress.
  • The 2009 General Election marked the fifth consecutive victory for the BJP, who won 16 seats, followed by the INC at 12, and the BSP at one seat.
Party NameSeats
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)27
Indian National Congress (INC)2
Total 29
Party NameSeats
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)16
Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP)1
Indian National Congress (INC)12
Total 29
Party NameSeats
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)25
Indian National Congress (INC)4
Total 29
Party NameSeats
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)29
Indian National Congress (INC)11
Total 40
Party NameSeats
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)30
Indian National Congress (INC)10
Total 40
Party NameSeats
All India Indira Congress (Tiwari) (AIIC)(T)1
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)27
Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP)2
Indian National Congress (INC)8
Independent (IND)1
Madhya Pradesh Vikas Congress (MPVC)1
Total 40
Party NameSeats
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)12
Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP)1
Indian National Congress (INC)26
Independent (IND)1
Total 40
Party NameSeats
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)27
Indian National Congress (INC)8
Independent (IND)1
Janta Dal (JD)4
Total 40
Party NameSeats
Indian National Congress (INC)40
Othres0
Total 40
Party NameSeats
Indian National Congress (I)(INC)(I)35
Independent (IND)1
Janta Dal (JNP)4
Total 40
Party NameSeats
Bharatiya Lok Dal (BLD)37
Indian National Congress (INC)1
Independent (IND)1
Republician Party of India (Khobragade) (RPK)1
Total 40
Party NameSeats
All India Bhartiya Jan Sangh (BJS)11
Indian National Congress (INC)21
Independent (IND)4
Samyukta Socialist Party (SSP)1
Total 37
Party NameSeats
All India Bhartiya Jan Sangh (BJS)10
Indian National Congress (INC)24
Independent (IND)2
Swatantra Party (SWA)1
Total 37
Party NameSeats
Indian National Congress (INC)24
Independent (IND)4
Jan Sangh (JS)3
Praja Socialist Party (PSP)3
Ram Rajya Parishad (RRP)1
Socialist Party (SOC)1
Total 36
Party NameSeats
Indian National Congress (INC)26
Hindu Mahasabha (HMS)1
Total 27
Party NameSeats
Indian National Congress (INC)21
Independent (IND)2
Total 23
PCs and ACs Elections Results of Madhya Pradesh
MorenaBhopalDhar STShahdol
Bhind SCRajgarhIndoreJabalpur
GwaliorVidishaKhargone STMandlaST
GunaDewas SCKhandwaBalaghat
SagarUjjain SCBetul STChhindwara
Tikamgarh SCMandsourSatnaHoshangabad
DamohRatlam STRewa 
Khajuraho Sidhi

Lok Sabha Members from Madhya pradesh

The table below shows the List of Winning candidates from all Lok Sabha seats of Madhya pradesh for the year 2014.

Madhya Pradesh Results 2014 - List of Winning Candidates in Lok Sabha Election

ConstituencyStatusCandidate NamePartyVotes
Balaghat Pending--N.A--
Betul Pending--N.A--
Bhind Pending--N.A--
Bhopal Pending--N.A--
Chhindwara Pending--N.A--
Damoh Pending--N.A--
Dewas Pending--N.A--
Dhar Pending--N.A--
Guna Pending--N.A--
Gwalior Pending--N.A--
Hoshangabad Pending--N.A--
Indore Pending--N.A--
Jabalpur Pending--N.A--
Khajuraho Pending--N.A--
Khandwa Pending--N.A--
Khargone Pending--N.A--
Mandla Pending--N.A--
Mandsaur Pending--N.A--
Morena Pending--N.A--
Rajgarh Pending--N.A--
Ratlam Pending--N.A--
Rewa Pending--N.A--
Sagar Pending--N.A--
Satna Pending--N.A--
Shahdol Pending--N.A--
Sidhi Pending--N.A--
Tikamgarh Pending--N.A--
Ujjain Pending--N.A--
Vidisha Pending--N.A--

Last Updated on February 24, 2015


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