2018 Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly election

Elections to the Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly were held on 28 November 2018 to elect members of the 230 constituencies in Madhya Pradesh. It is believed that the election was a direct political battle between the BJP and the INC. One of the main centre of attraction was the contest between Congress heavy-weight Arun yadav and the then Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan . While the Shivraj Singh Chouhan government had tried to win for consecutive 4th term, the INC had fight for winning the state after 2003. The election led to a hung assembly, with the INC emerging as the single largest party and the BJP winning the popular vote.[2]

2018 Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly election

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All 230 seats in the Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly
116 seats needed for a majority
Opinion polls
Turnout75.63% (Increase 3.56%) [1]
  Majority party Minority party
 
Leader Kamal Nath Shivraj Singh Chouhan
Party INC BJP
Leader since 2018 2005
Leader's seat None None
Last election 58 165
Seats won 114 109
Seat change Increase 56 Decrease 56
Popular vote 15,595,696 15,643,623
Percentage 40.89% 41.02 %
Swing Increase4.60% Decrease3.86%

Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly election 2018.png
Election results (by Constituencies)

CM before election

Shivraj Singh Chouhan
BJP

CM after election

Kamal Nath
INC (Till 23rd March 2020)

Shivraj Singh Chouhan BJP (From 23rd March 2020)

Election map (by Constituencies)

BackgroundEdit

The tenure of Madhya Pradesh[3] Legislative Assembly elected in 2013 ended on 7 January 2019.[4]

ScheduleEdit

Election dates were announced on 6 October 2018 and voting was held on 28 November 2018.

Results were declared on 11 December 2018.

Event Date Day
Date for Nominations 2 Nov 2018 Friday
Last Date for filing Nominations 9 Nov 2018 Friday
Date for scrutiny of nominations 12 Nov 2018 Monday
Last date for withdrawal of candidatures 14 Nov 2018 Wednesday
Date of poll 28 Nov 2018 Wednesday
Date of counting 11 Dec 2018 Tuesday
Date before which the election shall be completed 13 Dec 2018 Thursday

Surveys and pollsEdit

Opinion pollsEdit

The opinion polls show a tough election battle between the BJP and the INC.

Date Polling agency BJP INC Others Lead
9 November 2018 Timesnow - CNX 122 90 18 32
9 November 2018 ABP News- CSDS 116 105 09 11
9 November 2018 Cvoter 107 116 07 9
2 November 2018 ABP News- C Voter Survey 106 118 06 12
25 October 2018 IndiaTV - CNX 128 85 17 43
17 October 2018 ABP News- C Voter 108 122  – 14
10 October 2018 News Nation 111 109 10 2
9 October 2018 Times Now - Chrome DM 108 103 19 5
9 October 2018 Times Now - Warroom Strategies 142 77 11 65
14 August 2018 ABP News- C Voter 106 117 7 11
4 April 2018 IBC24 101 119 10 18
Average as on 9 November 2018 114 106 10 08

Exit pollsEdit

Most exit polls predicted a "tight finish" between the BJP and the INC. According of Poll of Polls, There was a little edge to BJP over INC, however No party got the majority to form the Government.

Polling agency BJP INC Others Lead
CNX– Times Now 126 89 15 37
News 24-Pace Media 103 115 12 12
News Nation 110 107 13 03
C Voter – Republic TV 106 118 06 12
Jan Ki Baat– Republic TV 118 105 07 13
CSDS – ABP News 94 126 10 32
Axis My India – India Today 111 113 06 02
VDPA Associates 135 88 07 47
India News- NETA 106 112 12 06
News 18- Surjit Bhalla 130 90 10 40
Today's Chanakya 103 125 02 22
Poll of Polls 113 108 09 05

ResultsEdit

Seats and vote-shareEdit

The election led to a hung assembly, with the INC emerging as the largest party, with 114 seats, but failing to win a majority.[5] The seat and vote share was as follows -:[6]

Parties and coalitions Popular vote Seats
Votes % ±pp Won +/−
Indian National Congress 1,55,95,696 40.89%  4.60% 114  56
Bharatiya Janata Party 1,56,43,623 41.02%  3.86% 109  56
Bahujan Samaj Party 19,11,642 5%  1.29% 2  2
Samajwadi Party 4,96,025 1.3%  0.1% 1  1
Independents 22,18,230 5.8%  0.42% 4  1
None of the Above 5,42,295 1.4%
Total 3,81,37,528 100.00 230 ±0
Valid votes 3,81,37,528 99.86
Invalid votes 51,706 0.14
Votes cast / turnout 3,81,89,234 75.63
Abstentions 1,23,06,017 24.37
Registered voters 5,04,95,251

Region-wise break upEdit

Region Total seats Bharatiya Janata Party Indian National Congress Independent Bahujan Samaj Party Samajwadi Party
Bagelkhand 22 19 03 00 00 00
Bhopal 25 17 07 01 0 0
Bundelkhand 26 14 10 00 01 01
Gird 34 7 26 00 01 01
Mahakoshal 46 17 28 01 00 00
Malwa 50 24 26 00 00 00
Narmadapuram 11 7 4 00 00 00
Nimar 16 04 10 02 00 00
Total 230 109 114 4 2 1

Constituency-wise resultsEdit

Constituency Constituency No. Winning Candidate Party won Margin Remarks
Sheopur 1 Babu Jandel Indian National Congress 41,710
Vijaypur 2 Sitaram Aadivashi Bharatiya Janata Party 2,840
Sabalgarh 3 Baijnath Kushwah Indian National Congress 8,737
Joura 4 Banavareelal Sharma Indian National Congress 15,173
Sumawali 5 Adal Singh Kansana Indian National Congress 13,313 Resigned during Political turmoil in 2020
Morena 6 Raghuraj Singh Kansana Indian National Congress 20,849 Resigned during Political turmoil in 2020
Dimani 7 Girraj Dandotiya Indian National Congress 18,477 Resigned during Political turmoil in 2020
Ambah 8 Kamlesh Jatav Indian National Congress 7,547 Resigned during Political turmoil in 2020
Ater 9 Arvind Singh Bhadoria Bharatiya Janata Party 4,978
Bhind 10 Sanjeev Singh Bahujan Samaj Party 35,896
Lahar 11 Dr. Govind Singh Indian National Congress 9,073
Mehgaon 12 O. P. S. Bhadoria Indian National Congress 25,814 Resigned during Political turmoil in 2020
Gohad 13 Ranvir Jatav Indian National Congress 23,989 Resigned during Political turmoil in 2020
Gwalior Rural 14 Bharat Singh Kushwah Bharatiya Janata Party 1,517
Gwalior 15 Pradhumn Singh Tomar Indian National Congress 21,044 Resigned during Political turmoil in 2020
Gwalior East 16 Munnalal Goyal Indian National Congress 17,819 Resigned during Political turmoil in 2020
Gwalior South 17 Praveen Pathak Indian National Congress 121
Bhitarwar 18 Lakhan Singh Yadav Indian National Congress 12,130
Dabra 19 Imarti Devi Indian National Congress 57,446 Resigned during Political turmoil in 2020
Sewda 20 Ghanshyam Singh Indian National Congress 33,268
Bhander 21 Raksha Saroniya Indian National Congress 39,896 Resigned during Political turmoil in 2020
Datia 22 Dr. Narottam Mishra Bharatiya Janata Party 2,656
Karera 23 Jasmant Jatave Chitree Indian National Congress 14,824 Resigned during Political turmoil in 2020
Pohari 24 Suresh Rathkheda Dhakad Indian National Congress 7,918 Resigned during Political turmoil in 2020
Shivpuri 25 Yashodhara Raje Scindia Bharatiya Janata Party 28,748
Pichhore 26 K. P. Singh Indian National Congress 2,675
Kolaras 27 Birendra Raghuvanshi Bharatiya Janata Party 720
Bamori 28 Mahendra Singh Sisodia Indian National Congress 27,920 Resigned during Political turmoil in 2020
Guna 29 Gopilal Jatav Bharatiya Janata Party 33,667
Chachoura 30 Lakshman Singh Indian National Congress 9,797
Raghogarh 31 Jaivardhan Singh Indian National Congress 46,697
Ashok Nagar 32 Jajpal Singh Jajji Indian National Congress 9,730 Resigned in Political turmoil in 2020
Chanderi 33 Gopal Singh Chauhan Indian National Congress 4,175
Mungaoli 34 Brajendra Singh Yadav Indian National Congress 2,136 Resigned during Political turmoil in 2020
Bina 35 Mahesh Rai Bharatiya Janata Party 632
Khurai 36 Bhupendra Bhaiya Bharatiya Janata Party 15,295
Surkhi 37 Govind Singh Rajput Indian National Congress 21,418 Resigned during Political turmoil in 2020
Deori 38 Harsh Yadav Indian National Congress 4,304 Resigned during Political turmoil in 2020
Rehli 39 Gopal Bhargava Bharatiya Janata Party 26,888
Naryoli 40 Pradeep Lariya Bharatiya Janata Party 8,900
Sagar 41 Shailendra Jain Bharatiya Janata Party 17,366
Banda 42 Tarbar Singh Indian National Congress 24,164
Tikamgarh 43 Rakesh Giri Bharatiya Janata Party 4,175
Jatara 44 Harishankar Khatik Bharatiya Janata Party 36,715
Prithvipur 45 Brajendra Singh Rathore Indian National Congress 7,620
Niwari 46 Anil Jain Bharatiya Janata Party 8,837
Khargapur 47 Rahul Singh Lodhi Bharatiya Janata Party 11,665
Maharajpur 48 Neeraj Vinod Dixit Indian National Congress 14,005
Chandla 49 Rajesh Kumar Prajapati Bharatiya Janata Party 1,177
Rajnagar 50 Vikram Singh Indian National Congress 732
Chhatarpur 51 Alok Chaturvedi Indian National Congress 3,495
Bijawar 52 Rajesh Kumar Samajwadi Party 36,714
Malhara 53 Kunwar Pradyumna Singh Lodhi Indian National Congress 15,779
Pathariya 54 Rambai Govind Singh Bahujan Samaj Party 2,205
Damoh 55 Rahul Singh Indian National Congress 798
Jabera 56 Dharmendra Bhav Singh Lodhi Bharatiya Janata Party 3,485
Hatta 57 Ramkali Tantuway Bharatiya Janata Party 19,905
Pawai 58 Prahlad Lodhi Bharatiya Janata Party 23,680
Gunnaor 59 Prahlad Lodhi Indian National Congress 1,984
Panna 60 Brijendra Pratap Singh Bharatiya Janata Party 20,708
Chitrakoot 61 Neelanshu Chaturvedi Indian National Congress 10,198
Raigaon 62 Jugul Kishor Bagr Bharatiya Janata Party 17,421
Satna 64 Dabbu Siddharth Sukhlal Kushwaha Indian National Congress 12,558
Nagod 65 Nagendra Singh Bharatiya Janata Party 1,234
Maihar 66 Narayan Tripathi Bharatiya Janata Party 2,984
Amarpatan 67 Ramkhelawan Patel Bharatiya Janata Party 3,747
Rampur-Baghelan 68 Vikram Singh Bharatiya Janata Party 15,687
Sirmour 69 Divyaraj Singh Bharatiya Janata Party 13,401
Semariya 70 K.P. Tripathi Bharatiya Janata Party 7,776
Teonthar 71 Shyam Lal Dwivedi Bharatiya Janata Party 5,343
Mauganj 72 Pradeep Patel Bharatiya Janata Party 11,092
Deotalab 73 Girish Gautam Bharatiya Janata Party 1,080
Rewa 74 Rajendra Shukla Bharatiya Janata Party 18,089
Gurh 75 Nagendra Singh Bharatiya Janata Party 7,828
Churhat 76 Sharadendu Tiwari Bharatiya Janata Party 6,402
Sidhi 77 Kedar Nath Shukla Bharatiya Janata Party 19,986
Sihawal 78 Kamleshwar Patel Indian National Congress 31,506
Chitrangi 79 Amar Singh Bharatiya Janata Party 59,248
Singrauli 80 Ramlallu Vaishya Bharatiya Janata Party 3,726
Devsar 81 Subhash Ram Charitra Bharatiya Janata Party 10,678
Dhauhani 82 Kunwar Singh Tekam Bharatiya Janata Party 3,793
Beohari 83 Sharad Kol Bharatiya Janata Party 32,450
Jaisingnagar 84 Jaisingh Maravi Bharatiya Janata Party 17,267
Jaitpur 85 Manisha Singh Bharatiya Janata Party 4,216
Kotma 86 Suneel Saraf Indian National Congress 11,429
Anuppur 87 Bisahulal Singh Indian National Congress 11,561 Resigned during Political turmoil in 2020
Pushprajgarh 88 Phundelal Singh Marko Indian National Congress 21,401
Bandhavgarh 89 Shivnarayan Singh Bharatiya Janata Party 3,903
Manpur 90 Shivnarayan Singh Bharatiya Janata Party 18,655
Barwara 91 Vijayraghvendra Singh Indian National Congress 21,360
Vijayraghavgarh 92 Sanjay Satyendra Pathak Bharatiya Janata Party 13,738
Murwara 93 Sandip Shree Prasad Jaiswal Bharatiya Janata Party 16,080
Bahoriband 94 Pranay Prabhat Pandey Bharatiya Janata Party 16,435
Patan 95 Ajay Vishnoi Bharatiya Janata Party 26,712
Bargi 96 Sanjay Yadav Indian National Congress 17,563
Jabalpur Purba 97 Lakhan Ghanghoriya Indian National Congress 35,136
Jabalpur Uttar 98 Vinay Saxena Indian National Congress 578
Jabalpur Cantonment 99 Ashok Rohani Bharatiya Janata Party 26,585
Jabalpur Paschim 100 Tarun Bhanot Indian National Congress 18,683
Panagar 101 Sushil Kumar Tiwari Bharatiya Janata Party 41,733
Sihora 102 Nandni Maravi Bharatiya Janata Party 6,823
Shahpura 103 Bhoopendra Maravi Indian National Congress 33,960
Dindori 104 Omkar Singh Markam Indian National Congress 32,050
Bichhiya 105 Narayan Singh Patta Indian National Congress 21,388
Niwas 106 Dr. Ashok Marskole Indian National Congress 28,315
Mandla 107 Deosingh Saiyam Bharatiya Janata Party 12,205
Baihar 108 Sanjay Uikey Indian National Congress 16,480
Lanji 109 Hina Kaware Indian National Congress 18,696
Paraswada 110 Ram Kishor Nano Kawre Bharatiya Janata Party 9,608
Balaghat 111 Gaurishankar Bisen Bharatiya Janata Party 27,654
Waraseoni 112 Pradeep Jaiswal Independent 3,862
Katangi 113 Tamlal Sahare Indian National Congress 11,750
Barghat 114 Arjun Singh Kakodiya Indian National Congress 7,527
Seoni 115 Dinesh Rai Munmun Bharatiya Janata Party 22,008
Keolari 116 Rakesh Pal Singh Bharatiya Janata Party 6,679
Lakhnadon 117 Yogendra Singh Indian National Congress 12,276
Gotegaon 118 N. P. Prajapati Indian National Congress 12,583
Narsingpur 119 Jalam Singh Patel Bharatiya Janata Party 14,903
Tendukheda 120 Sanjay Sharma Indian National Congress 8,643
Gadarwara 121 Suneeta Patel Indian National Congress 15,363
Junnardeo 122 Sunil Uikey Indian National Congress 15,363
Amarwara 123 Kamlesh Pratap Shah Indian National Congress 10,393
Chourai 124 Choudhary Sujeet Mer Singh Indian National Congress 13,004
Saunsar 125 Vijay Revnath Chore Indian National Congress 20,472
Chhindwara 126 Deepak Saxena Indian National Congress 14,547 Sexena resigned for Kamal Nath
Parasia 127 Sohanlal Balmik Indian National Congress 12,734
Pandhurna 128 Nilesh Pusaram Uikey Indian National Congress 21,349
Multai 129 Sukhdev Panse Indian National Congress 17,250
Amla 130 Dr. Yogesh Pandagre Bharatiya Janata Party 19,197
Betul 131 Nilay Vinod Daga Indian National Congress 21,645
Ghoradongri 132 Bramha Bhalavi Indian National Congress 17,927
Bhainsdehi 133 Dharmu Singh Sirsam Indian National Congress 30,880
Timarni 134 Sanjay Shah Bharatiya Janata Party 2,213
Harda 135 Kamal Patel Bharatiya Janata Party 6,667
Seoni-Malwa 136 Premshanker Kunjilal Verma Bharatiya Janata Party 11,604
Hoshangabad 137 Dr. Sitasaran Sharma Bharatiya Janata Party 15,217
Sohagpur 138 Vijaypal Singh Bharatiya Janata Party 11,417
Pipariya 139 Thakurdas Nagwanshi Bharatiya Janata Party 18,130
Udaipura 140 Devendra Singh Patel Indian National Congress 8,001
Bhojpur 141 Surendra Patwa Bharatiya Janata Party 29,486
Sanchi 142 Dr. Prabhuram Choudhary Indian National Congress 10,813 Resigned during Political turmoil in 2020
Silwani 143 Rampal Singh Bharatiya Janata Party 7,072
Vidisha 144 Shashank Bhargav Bharatiya Janata Party 15,454
Basoda 145 Leena Jain Bharatiya Janata Party 10,226
Kurwai 146 Hari Singh Sapre Bharatiya Janata Party 16,695
Sironj 147 Umakant Sharma Bharatiya Janata Party 34,734
Shamshabad 148 Rajshri Singh Bharatiya Janata Party 7,340
Berasia 149 Vishnu Khatri Bharatiya Janata Party 13,779
Bhopal Uttar 150 Arif Aqueel Indian National Congress 34,857
Narela 151 Vishvas Sarang Bharatiya Janata Party 23,151
Bhopal Dakshin-Paschim 152 P. C. Sharma Indian National Congress 6,587
Bhopal Madhya 153 Arif Masood Indian National Congress 14,757
Govindpura 154 Krishna Gaur Bharatiya Janata Party 46,359
Huzur 155 Rameshwar Sharma Bharatiya Janata Party 15,725
Budhni 156 Shivraj Singh Chouhan Bharatiya Janata Party 58,999
Ashta 157 Raghunath Singh Malviya Bharatiya Janata Party 6,044
Ichhawar 158 Karan Singh Verma Bharatiya Janata Party 15,869
Sehore 159 Sudesh Rai Bharatiya Janata Party 20,644
Narsinghgarh 160 Rajyavardhan Singh Bharatiya Janata Party 9,534
Biaora 161 Govardhan Dangi Indian National Congress 826
Rajgarh 162 Bapusingh Tanwar Indian National Congress 31,183
Khilchipur 163 Priyavrat Singh Indian National Congress 29,756
Sarangpur 164 Kunwarji Kothar Bharatiya Janata Party 4,381
Susner 165 Vikaram Singh Rana Independent 27,062
Agar 166 Manohar Untwal Bharatiya Janata Party 2,490 Died in January 2020
Shajapur 167 Hukum Singh Karada Indian National Congress 44,979
Shujalpur 168 Inder Singh Parmar Bharatiya Janata Party 5,623
Kalapipal 169 Kunal Choudhary Indian National Congress 13,699
Sonkatch 170 Sajjan Singh Verma Indian National Congress 9,818
Dewas 171 Gayatri Raje Puar Bharatiya Janata Party 27,987
Hatpipliya 172 Manoj Choudhary Indian National Congress 13,519 Resigned during Political turmoil in 2020
Khategaon 173 Aashish Govind Sharma Bharatiya Janata Party 7,772
Bagli 174 Pahad Singh Kannoje Bharatiya Janata Party 11,843
Mandhata 175 Narayan Patel Indian National Congress 1,236
Harsud 176 Kunwar Vijay Shah Bharatiya Janata Party 18,949
Khandwa 177 Devendra Verma Bharatiya Janata Party 19,137
Pandhana 178 Ram Dangore Bharatiya Janata Party 23,750
Nepanagar 179 Sumitra Devi Kasdekar Indian National Congress 1,264
Burhanpur 180 Thakur Surendra Singh Naval Singh Independent 5,120
Bhikangaon 181 Dr. Dhyansingh Solanki Indian National Congress 27,257
Barwah 182 Sachin Birla Indian National Congress 30,508
Maheshwar 183 Dr. Vijayalaxmi Sadho Indian National Congress 35,836
Kasrawad 184 Sachin Yadav Indian National Congress 5,539
Khargone 185 Ravi Joshi Indian National Congress 9,512
Bhagwanpura 186 Kedar Dawar Independent 9,716
Sendhawa 187 Gyarsilal Rawat Indian National Congress 15,878
Rajpur 188 Bala Bachchan Indian National Congress 932
Pansemal 189 Sushri Kirade Indian National Congress 25,222
Barwani 190 Premsingh Patel Bharatiya Janata Party 39,787
Alirajpur 191 Mukesh Rawat Indian National Congress 21,962
Jobat 192 Kalawati Bhuriya Indian National Congress 2,056
Jhabua 193 Guman Singh Damor Bharatiya Janata Party 10,437 Damor elected to Lok Sabha in 2019
Thandla 194 Veer Singh Bhuriya Indian National Congress 31,151
Petlawad 195 Val Singh Maida Indian National Congress 5,000
Sardarpur 196 Pratap Grewal Indian National Congress 36,205
Gandhwani 197 Umang Singhar Indian National Congress 38,831
Kukshi 198 Surendra Singh Baghel Indian National Congress 62,930
Manawar 199 Dr. Hiralal Alawa Indian National Congress 39,501
Dharampuri 200 Panchilal Meda Indian National Congress 13,972
Dhar 201 Neena Vikram Verma Bharatiya Janata Party 5,718
Badnawar 202 Rajvardhan Singh Dattigaon Indian National Congress 41,506 Resigned during Political turmoil in 2020
Depalpur 203 Vishal Jagdish Patel Indian National Congress 9,044
Indore-1 204 Sanjay Shukla Indian National Congress 8,163
Indore-2 205 Ramesh Mendola Bharatiya Janata Party 71,011
Indore-3 206 Akash Vijayvargiya Bharatiya Janata Party 5,751
Indore-4 207 Malini Gaur Bharatiya Janata Party 43,090
Indore-5 208 Mahendra Hardia Bharatiya Janata Party 1,133
Dr. Ambedkar Nagar-Mhow 209 Usha Thakur Bharatiya Janata Party 7,157
Rau 210 Jitu Patwari Indian National Congress 5,703
Sanwer 211 Tulsi Silawat Indian National Congress 2,945 Resigned during Political turmoil in 2020
Nagda-Khachrod 212 Dilip Gurjar Indian National Congress 5,117
Mahidpur 213 Bahadursingh Chouhan Bharatiya Janata Party 15,220
Tarana 214 Mahesh Parmar Indian National Congress 2,209
Ghatiya 215 Ramlal Malviya Indian National Congress 4,628
Ujjain Uttar 216 Paras Chandra Jain Bharatiya Janata Party 25,724
Ujjain Dakshin 217 Dr. Mohan Yadav Bharatiya Janata Party 18,960
Badnagar 218 Murli Morwal Indian National Congress 5,381
Ratlam Rural 219 Dilip Kumar Makwana Bharatiya Janata Party 5,605
Ratlam City 220 Chetanya Kasyap Bharatiya Janata Party 43,435
Sailana 221 Harsh Gehlot Indian National Congress 28,498
Jaora 222 Rajendra Pandey Indian National Congress 511
Alot 223 Manoj Chawla Indian National Congress 5,448
Mandsour 224 Yashpal Singh Sisodia Bharatiya Janata Party 18,370
Malhargarh 225 Jagdish Dewda Bharatiya Janata Party 11,872
Suwasra 226 Hardeep Singh Dang Indian National Congress 350
Garoth 227 Devilal Dhakad Bharatiya Janata Party 2,108
Manasa 228 Anirudha Maroo Bharatiya Janata Party 25,954
Neemuch 229 Dilip Singh Parihar Bharatiya Janata Party 14,857
Jawad 230 Om Prakash Sakhlecha Bharatiya Janata Party 4,271

By-electionsEdit

S.No Date Constituency MLA before election Party before election Elected MLA Party after election
1 29 April 2019 Chhindwara Deepak Saxena Indian National Congress Kamal Nath Indian National Congress
2 21 October 2019 Jhabua Guman Singh Damor Bharatiya Janata Party Kantilal Bhuria
3 10 November 2020 Morena Raghuraj Singh Kansana Indian National Congress Rakesh Mavai
4 Dimani Girraj Dandotiya Indian National Congress Ravindra Singh Tomar
5 Ambah Kamlesh Jatav Indian National Congress Kamlesh Jatav Bharatiya Janata Party
6 Mehgaon O.P.S. Bhadoria Indian National Congress O.P.S. Bhadoria
7 Gohad Ranvir Jatav Indian National Congress Mevaram Jatav Indian National Congress
8 Gwalior Pradyumn Singh Tomar Indian National Congress Pradyumn Singh Tomar Bharatiya Janata Party
9 Gwalior East Munnalal Goyal Indian National Congress Satish Sikarwar Indian National Congress
10 Dabra Imarti Devi Indian National Congress Suresh Raje
11 Bhander Raksha Santram Saroniya Indian National Congress Raksha Santram Saroniya Bharatiya Janata Party
12 Karera Jasmant Jatav Indian National Congress Pragilal Jatav Indian National Congress
13 Pohari Suresh Dhakad Indian National Congress Suresh Dhakad Bharatiya Janata Party
14 Bamori Mahendra Singh Sisodia Indian National Congress Mahendra Singh Sisodia
15 Ashok Nagar Jajpal Singh Jajji Indian National Congress Jajpal Singh Jajji
16 Mungaoli Brajendra Singh Yadav Indian National Congress Brajendra Singh Yadav
17 Surkhi Govind Singh Rajput Indian National Congress Govind Singh Rajput
18 Anuppur Bisahulal Singh Indian National Congress Bisahulal Singh
19 Sanchi Prabhuram Choudhary Indian National Congress Prabhuram Choudhary
20 Agar Manohar Untwal Bharatiya Janata Party Vipin Wankhede Indian National Congress
21 Hatpipliya Manoj Choudhary Indian National Congress Manoj Choudhary Bharatiya Janata Party
22 Badnawar Rajvardhan Singh Indian National Congress Rajvardhan Singh
23 Sanwer Tulsiram Silawat Indian National Congress Tulsiram Silawat
24 Suwasra Hardeep Singh Dang Indian National Congress Hardeep Singh Dang
25 Joura Banwari Lal Sharma Indian National Congress Subedar Singh Rajodha
26 Malhara Pradyuman Singh Lodhi Indian National Congress Pradyuman Singh Lodhi
27 Nepanagar Sumitra Kasdekar Indian National Congress Sumitra Kasdekar
28 Mandhata Narayan Patel Indian National Congress Narayan Patel
29 Biaora Goverdhan Dangi Indian National Congress Ramchandra Dangi Indian National Congress
30 Sumaoli Adal Singh Kansana Indian National Congress Ajay Singh Kushwaha

Government formationEdit

Counting of votes started on 11 December 2018, results were fluctuating throughout the day. On 12 December 2018 final figure of Result declared. INC became the single largest party with 114 seats. BJP won 109 seats. INC claimed support of Samajwadi Party's 1 MLA, Bahujan Samaj Party's 2 MLA and 4 Independent MLA . Due to no majority Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Chief Minister Of Madhya Pradesh resigned on 12 December 2018. Kamal Nath took oath on 17 December 2018 as new Chief Minister Of Madhya Pradesh and with this, INC came back to the power in State after 15 years. However, after the resignation of 22 sitting MLAs from the INC, Kamal Nath resigned on 20 March 2020 and subsequently Shivraj Singh Chouhan of the BJP returned as the CM again on 23 March 2020.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Madhya Pradesh: Women voted more than men in 44 constituencies". Ramendra Singh. The Times of India. 13 December 2018. Retrieved 13 December 2018.
  2. ^ "MP cliffhanger ends; Congress single-largest party with 114 , BJP gets 109". The Times of India. 12 December 2018. Retrieved 12 December 2018.
  3. ^ "MP Election 2018". Rajasthan Patrika. Retrieved 16 November 2018.
  4. ^ "Terms of the Houses". Election Commission of India. Retrieved 11 May 2018.
  5. ^ https://www.indiatoday.in/elections/story/the-curse-of-4-337-on-shivraj-1408078-2018-12-12
  6. ^ News 18: Madhya Pradesh Election Results

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