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Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha comprises 230 members who are directly elected from single-seat constituencies and one nominated member. The seat of the Vidhan Sabha is at Bhopal, the capital of the state
The tenure of Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly ends on 7 January 2019. Voting took place on 28 November 2018.
Madhya Pradesh Assembly Elections 2018 recorded higher voting percentage 75 percent compared to 72.69 percent in 2013.
Results will be declared on 11th of December 2018 and stay tuned for the latest updates on results on Elections.in
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Current Trend: BJP: 106 INC: 115 Others: 9
Shivraj Chouhan of BJP wins in Bhudni.
Sudesh Rai of BJP wins in Sehore Constituency.
Aarif Akeel of Congress wins in Bhopal North.
Neeraj Vinod Dixit of Congress wins in Maharajpur Constituency of Chhatarpur district.
Congress now leading on 115 seats, BJP on 105 seats, Others on 10.
BJP’s Chetan Kashyap wins from Ratlam City.
Rajesh Shukla of BSP wins in Bijawar Constituency of Madhya Pradesh. First win for BSP in the state.
Shailendra Jain of BJP wins in Sagar Constituency.
Tight Battle between Congress and BJP on 46 seats.
Amar Singh of BJP wins in Chitrangi Constituency.
Ajay Arjun Singh of INC trailing in Churhat by 6000 votes.
Current Trends: BJP: 112 INC+: 108 Others: 10
Aarif Akeel of Congress leading in Bhopal North by 20,000 votes.
Ajay Arjun Singh of INC trailing in Churhat by 2000 votes.
Shivraj Chouhan of BJP leading in Budhni by 20,000 Votes.
Vote Share in MP
INC: 40.9% BJP: 41.8%
Akash Vijaywargiya now leading in Indore-3
Shivraj Singh Chouhan in talks with BSP now.
Both the parties seeking BSP’s support to take the lead.
Current trends as Congress takes the lead back
BJP: 106 INC: 114 Others: 9
BJP reaches majority as trends reach BJP: 116 INC: 107 Others: 7
Paras Jain of BJP who is Minister of Energy and New and Renewable Energy is leading in Ujjain North.
Aarif Akeel of Congress leading in Bhopal North.
Sudarshan Gupta of BJP leading in Indore-1.
Gopi Lal Jatav of BJP leading in Guna Seat.
Mohan Singh Chandel Of Congress leading in Siwni.
Mudit Shejwar of BJP leading in Sanchi
BJP: 104 INC: 115 BSP: 4 Others: 11 as per latest count.
BJP: 89 INC: 105 BSP: 5 Others: 6
Laxman Singh of INC trailing in Chachoda
Ajay Arjun Singh of INC trailing in Churhat
Suresh Pachauri of INC trailing in Bhojpur
Shivraj Chouhan of BJP leading in Budhni as counts reach to
BJP: 97 INC+: 95 Others: 13
Akash Vijaywargiya of BJP now trailing in Indore-3
BJP: 82 INC+: 70 Others: 11
Akash Vijaywargiya of BJP leading in Indore-3
BJP: 21 Congress: 17 Others: 2
Shivraj Chouhan of BJP leads in Budhni.
Suresh Pachauri of Congress leading in Bhojpur Madhya Pradesh.
BJP: 11 Congress: 6
BJP leading with 6 seats while Congress secures 4.
Counting begins in MP. Initial Trends expected soon.
12/11/2018 – 7:58:46 AM
Counting of votes for assembly elections in MP for 230 seats today. Counting to start at 8:00 AM. Initial Trends expected to come by 8:30 AM. Stay tuned for all the live updates.
12/09/2018- 2:41:51 PM
Factionalism in Congress thing of past, says Jyotiraditya Scindia, lauds party’s ‘united front’ against BJP
12/09/2018- 12:56:56 PM
The BJP would definitely win the state assembly elections in Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, the party’s Tamil Nadu president Tamilisai Soundarajan said on Saturday.
12/08/2018- 3:53:43 PM
People of Madhya Pradesh have made up their minds and you will see a decisive verdict: Congress leader Jyotiraditya Madhavrao Scindia.
12/08/2018- 3:12:28 PM
Madhya Pradesh and Chattisgarh have seen 15yrs of BJP rule & a sense of fatigue is very likely even if performance of the govt is good. There are no fireworks in these two states to push for a 4th term but there are no major scams or anger either. So logically these two are 50/50.
12/08/2018- 2:32:54 PM
“Education to children, irrigation to farmers, employment to youth – this is our motto,” said PM Modi in Madhya Pradesh’s Chhatarpur.
12/08/2018- 2:28:02 PM
Kamal Nath asks Congress candidates to be extra vigilant on December 11.
2018-12-05 – 2:13:14 PM
- Madhya Pradesh: Congress appointed general secretary accused of Vyapam Scam, question raised on the verdict.
- Madhya Pradesh Elections 2018: Shivraj Sarkar will take a loan of 800 crores before the election result, Congress raised the questions.
- Madhya Pradesh Elections 2018: Vote Counting will be start through the counting of postal ballot. Voting for the assembly elections was held on November 28 in Madhya Pradesh. This time, more than 75 percent turnout has been done.
- Madhya Pradesh: Election Commission directived to ensure the safety of EVMs.
- In response to Congress complaint of EVM security malfunctioning, describing the threat of tampering with EVM as baseless, the commission said that the CEO has been asked to ensure strict monitoring of the Strong Room.
Madhya Pradesh Assembly Elections 2018
Let’s talk about statistics, there are 230 assembly seats in Madhya Pradesh. In the 2013 assembly elections, BJP got 165 seats, Congress got 58, BSP got 4 and others got 3 seats. Let’s talk about voting percentage, In Madhya Pradesh voting percentage raised up to 72 percent during Modi wave, on the other hand, the number has reached 75 percent in 2018.
If we talk about legend politicians in Madhya Pradesh Assembly Elections, the influence of many legend politicians is at stake. BJP’s Shivraj Singh Chauhan, Kailash Vijayvargiya are in the fray and on the other hand Congress’s Kamal Nath and Jyotiraditya Scindia.
Big Promises in BJP’s Manifesto
- Irrigation system will be increased from 41 lakh hectares to 80 lakh hectares.
- Special fund of 500 crores for the convenience of farmers.
- To change the form of cities, Rs 2 lakh crore will be spend in the next five years.
- Announcements of Smart Village Projects.
- Women power resolution letter issued separately.
- On getting 75 percent marks in the 12th, scooty for schoolgirls.
Big Promises in Congress Manifesto
- Promise for 75 thousand 800 crores debt forgiveness for farmers.
- Discounts on diesel and petrol.
- The electricity bill of farmers will be reduced by 50 percent.
- Women-led self-help groups loans will be forgiven.
- Rs 51000 will be granted for girls’ marriage.
- Free Laptops for all the toppers.