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The Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha comprises 91 Members in Legislative Assembly, which include 90 members directly elected from single-seat constituencies and 1 nominated from the Anglo-Indian community. Its term is 5 years, unless sooner dissolved.
The term of the Assembly for Chhattisgarh is expected to dissolve on January 5. The polling was conducted in two phases on 12th November and 20th November 2018.
Chhattisgarh Assembly Elections 2018 saw a decline in voting percentage from 77.40 in 2013 to 76.35 percent in two-phased polls last month.
Results will be declared on 11th of December 2018 and stay tuned for the latest updates on results on Elections.in
Chhattisgarh CM Raman Singh resigns from Chief Ministerial post.
BJP: 15 INC: 68 Others: 7
BJP leading on 15 seats while Congress is leading on 61 seats out of 90 seats in Chhattisgarh.
Raman Singh leading by 1000 votes now.
Raman Singh leading by 150 votes.
Ajit Jogi ahead by 10000 votes in Marwahi Constituency.
Chhattisgarh Vote Share INC- 43.8% BJP 31.9%
Current Trend shows Congress having a huge lead.
INC: 59 BJP: 24 Others: 8
Mahesh Gagda now trailing.
Ajit Jogi of JCC trailing in Marwahi Constituency.
Arun Vora of Congress leading in Durg City Constituency.
Forest Minister Mahesh Gagda of BJP leading in Bijapur.
BJP: 27 Congress: 52 BSP+: 10 Others: 1
Raman Singh gains lead from Karuna Shukla in Rajnandgaon as vote counts reach to
BJP: 23 INC: 58 Others: 7
Congress leading with a huge margin in Chhatisgarh as TS Baba of Congress leads in Ambikapur, Ajit Jogi of JCC+ from Marwahi, and Bhupesh Bhagel of Congress from Patan.
Karuna Shukla of Congress leads from Rajnandgaon as Raman Singh (BJP) trails.
BJP: 20 Congress: 55 Others: 8
BJP 9 Congress 3 JCC+ 1 in Chhattisgarh. Ajit Jogi leading on his own seat.
BJP leading with 4 Congress 1
Congress leading in Bastar district with the First Seat.
Counting of votes begins in Chhattisgarh. We will get you live updates as soon as we get initial trends.
12/10/2018 – 10:56:47 AM
Security tightens in Chhattisgarh as just one day left for the declaration of results. Security Forces deployed in Naxal hit areas. Drones are also being used for surveillance in some areas of the state.
12/10/2018 – 10:49:59 AM
Chhattisgarh CM Raman Singh stated, ” BJP will win the Chhattisgarh Assembly Elections 2018 consecutively for the 4th time with majority and situation of Hung Assembly won’t be created in the state.”
12/08/2018 – 5:00:14 PM
The Chhattisgarh Congress party has filed a petition in Chhatisgarh HC following complaints of EVM tampering. Party also demanded that VVPAT paper slips used in EVMs during the elections also be counted. The High Court will hear the matter on 10th of December 2018, a day before the declaration of results.
12/08/2018 – 4:55:08 PM
3 men claiming to be employed with Reliance Jio, apprehended from a Strong Room in Chhattisgarh’s Jagdalpur. Police said it’s being investigated if they have IDs since it isn’t possible to enter the strong room without IDs.
Chhattisgarh Election Results 2018 – Exit Poll Analysis
|Exit Poll Chhattisgarh (As per NDTV)|
|Republic TV- Jan ki Baat||40-48||37-43||5-6||0-1|
|Times Now- CNX||46||35||7||2|
|Republic TV- C Voter||35-43||40-50||3-7||0|
|ABP News- CSDS||52||35||0||3|
|News X- Neta||43||40||6||1|
|India TV- CNX||42-50||32-38||6-8||1-3|
|News 24- Pace Media||36||50||0||4|
|India Today- Axis My India||21-31||55-65||0||4-8|
Chhattisgarh Election Results 2018 – Post Poll Analysis (Parliament Constituency-Wise)
|Region||Parliamentary Constituency||No. of Seats||BJP||Congress||Others|
|Chhattisgarh North||Surguja, Raigarh, Korba||24||15||7||2|
|Chhattisgarh Central||Janjfir-Champa, Bilaspur, Raipur, Durg||34||18||13||3|
|Chhattisgarh South||Mahasamund, Rajnandgaon, Bastar, Kanker||32||19||13||–|
*5Dots (Elections.in) – Chintamani Poll (+/-5)
12/06/2018- 12:57:09 PM
Chhattisgarh has a 90-seat assembly with a majority mark of 46 and there are three key parties contesting in the state — the incumbent BJP, the Congress and the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) which has struck an alliance with former chief minister Ajit Jogi’s newly-formed party Janata Congress Chhattisgarh (JCC).