Madhya Pradesh Assembly Elections 2018 Results

Madhya Pradesh Assembly Elections 2018 Results 

Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly elections was successfully held on 28th Nov 2018 to elect members of the 230 constituencies.CEO Madhya Pradesh has announced Assembly elections Result Constituency Wise/ District wise Winners Names along with counting. Here we are providing live Madhya Pradesh 2018 assembly election updates.

The BJP has fielded candidates for all 230 seats while the Congress is contesting 229, leaving one seat, Jatara in Tikamgarh district, for the Sharad Yadav-led Loktantrik Janata Dal (LJD).

It is believed that the election will be a direct political battle between the BJP and the INC. While the Shivraj Singh Chouhan government will try to win for consecutive 4th term, the INC will fight for winning the state after 2003. It is also a major battle between senior Congress leader Arun Yadav and the incumbent Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan as they face off each other in Budhni.

The state registered a record 75 per cent voter turnout for the state Assembly polls that was marred by complaints of faulty EVMs.

The BSP has fielded 227 candidates, while the SP is contesting on 52 seats. The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), contesting the Madhya Pradesh elections for the first time, has fielded 208 candidates.

A total of 5,04,95,251 voters including 41,30, 90 females and 1389 third gender will cast their votes.There are 2, 907 candidates are in the fray this election.

Total Seats               230
Main contest     Cong vs BJP
Polling                 Nov 28th 2018
Counting             Dec 11th 2018

Madhya Pradesh Polling Schedule 2018 - Details:
Madhya Pradesh Assembly 2018:
Poll Events Schedule Date Schedule Day
Date of Issue of Gazette Notification 02.11.2018 Friday
Last Date of Nominations 09.11.2018 Friday
Date for Scrutiny of Nominations 12.11.2018 Monday
Last Date for Withdrawal of candidatures 14.11.2018 Wednesday
Date of Poll 28.11.2018 Wednesday
Date of Counting 11.12.2018 Tuesday
Date before which election shall be completed 13.12.2018 Thursday

Madhya Pradesh Assembly Elections 2018 Results:
The current Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly expires on Jan 07, 2019, and therefore election for the new assembly is held on November 28, 2018. The date of the election has been declared by election commision of India. The updated Madhya Pradesh Assembly Election Result 2018 will be declared on December 11, 2018.

Madhya Pradesh Assembly Elections 2018 election results:
Madhya Pradesh Assembly Elections results 2018 Live (Party Wise):

Name of the Party                             Leading Won Total

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), if contested          –
Bharatiya Janata Party                                   –
Indian National Congress                           –
Samajwadi Party                                           –
Bahujan Samaj Party                                        –
Independents                                                   –
Other Parties and Independent Candidates   –

Total 230

Madhya Pradesh Assembly Elections 2018 - Latest List of BJP, Congress, BSP Candidates 2018:

Chhattisgarh Assembly Elections 2018: Heavyweight Candidates
SI. No Name Party Constituency Date of Birth M/F Education Property Criminal record
1 Shivraj Singh Chouhan BJP Budhani 05-Mar-59 M MA 6 Crore More than No criminal case
2 Rakesh Singh BJP Jabalpur 04-Jun-62 M B.Sc. 2.65 Crore 1 Case
3 Nand Singh Chauhan BJP Khandwa 18-Sep-52 M Graduate 4 Crore No criminal case
4 Gopal Bhargava BJP Rehli 01-Jul-52 M Graduate (B.Sc.) and LL.B. 1.1 Crore No criminal case
5 Jayant Kumar Malaiya BJP Damoh 20-Feb-47 M B.com, L.L.B 13.65 Crore No criminal case
6 Gaurishankar Shazwar BJP Sanchi 1 July 1950 M MBBS 3.71  Crore No criminal case
7 Narottam Mishra BJP Datia 15 April 1960 M M.A., Ph.D. 2.96 crores No criminal case
8 Kusum Mahadele BJP Panna 15 August 1943 F B.Sc., L. L.B 2.07 crores No criminal case
9 Kunwar Vijay Shah BJP Harshud 1 November 1962 M M.A. 6.83 crores No criminal case
10 Gaurishankar Chattrabhuja Bisen BJP Balaghat 01-Jan-52 M M.Sc.(Botany) 7.41  crores 1 case
11 Rustam Singh BJP Morena 09-Jul-45 M M.A.,L.L.B 6.47  crores No criminal case
12 Om Prakash Dhurve BJP Shahpura 13-May-64 M B.Sc. 1.20 crores 1 case
13 Umashankar Gupta BJP Bhopal South-West 24-Jun-52 M M.Com 3.33 crores No criminal case
14 Archana Chitnis BJP Burhanpur 20-Apr-64 M M.S, B.Ed., LL.B. 4.07 crores No criminal case
15 Yashodhara Raje Scindia BJP Shivpuri 19-Jun-54 F Intermediate 5.95 crores No criminal case
16 Digvijay Singh Congress 28-Feb-47 M Graduate / BE 39 crores 4 case
17 Kamal Nath Congress Chhindwara 18-Nov-46 M B. Com 206 crores No criminal case
18 Jyotiraditya Madhavrao Scindia Congress Guna city 01-Jan-71 M MBA 33.08 crores No criminal case

About Madhya Pradesh Elections:
Madhya Pradesh is a state in Central India, and is called "Heart of India" due to its geographical location. It was established in the year 1956. The capital city of this state is Bhopal and is also the largest city of Madhya Pradesh. There are 50 districts in this state. The population of this state is more than 72,000,000. The literacy level of Madhya Pradesh is 76.5% which is the 8th in India. The official language of the state is Hindi. 

The current Governor of this state is Ram Naresh Yadav and the Chief Minister is Shivraj Singh Chouhan who is a member of Bharatiya Janata Party. This state is considered as one of the major states regarding the politics and culture of India. Madhya Pradesh sends 40 members to the Indian Parliament. 29 members are elected to the Lok Sabha and 11 members are elected to the Rajya Sabha. The 2 political parties that are dominant in this state are the BJP and the INC. This state has a two-party system. The regional parties of this state have not seen much success in the recent elections. In the state elections of 2008 in November, the BJP had won a majority with 143 seats. It defeated INC which had grabbed on to only 71 seats. The Bahujan Samaj Party had won only 7 seats. See Madhya Pradesh Assembly Election 2013 Results

Results for the 2013 Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections were announced on 8 December 2013. BJP defeated the Congress thrice in a row. The Congress faced a major defeat in the state, winning merely 58 out of the 230 Assembly seats in the Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha. The BJP bagged 165 out of the 230 Assembly constituencies, while the rest 7 were won by other political parties. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan of the BJP registered a hat-trick by having been elected the CM of state for the third consecutive time, thus entering the Narendra Modi league who had registered a similar record in Gujarat. 

The hopes of Congress leaders in the state including Digvijay Singh and Jyotiraditya Scindia, the Chief Ministerial candidate of the Congress in Madhya Pradesh. The election results indicated that the BJP had not been hit by an anti-incumbency wave in Madhya Pradesh (MP). Besides Chouhan’s success in MP was attributed to the then BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s 
campaigning in the state. 

2013 Assembly Election Result:
Party Seats
BJP 165
INC 58
BSP 4
IND 3

Quick facts for Madhya Pradesh Elections:
Parliamentary Constituencies 29
Assembly Constituencies 230
Ruling Party Bharatiya Janata Party
Opposition Party Indian National Congress
Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan
Governor Anandiben Patel
Chief Electoral Officer Ms. Saleena Singh, IAS
Address Madhya Pradesh Nirvachan Sadan, 17- Area Hills, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India

Political Parties of Madhya Pradesh:
BJP - Bhartiya Janta Party BPI - Bolshevik Party of India CPI - Communist party of India
FBL (MG) - F.B. (Marxist group) FBL (RG) - Forward Bloc (Ruikar Group) HMS - Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha
INC - Indian National Congress KMPP - Kisan Mazdoor Praja Party RRP - Akhil Bharatiya Ram Rajya Parishad
SCF - All India Scheduled Caste Federation SP - Socialist Party BLC - Bharatiya Lok Congress
SKP - S.K. Paksha  

List of Chief Ministers of Madhya Pradesh:
S. No. Chief Minister From To Party Name
1 Shivraj Singh Chauhan Dec 12, 2008 Incumbent BJP
2 Shivraj Singh Chauhan Nov 29, 2005 Dec 12, 2008 BJP
3 Babulal Gaur Aug 23, 2004 Nov 29, 2005 BJP
4 Uma Bharti Dec 8, 2003 Aug 23, 2004 BJP
5 Digvijay Singh Dec 1, 1998 Dec 8, 2003 INC
6 Digvijay Singh Dec 7, 1993 Dec 1, 1998 INC
  President's rule Dec 16, 1992 Dec 6, 1993  
7 Sunderlal Patwa Mar 5, 1990 Dec 15, 1992 BJP
8 Shyama Charan Shukla Dec 9, 1989 Mar 4, 1990 INC
9 Motilal Vora Jan 25, 1989 Dec 8, 1989 INC
10 Arjun Singh Feb 14, 1988 Jan 24, 1989 INC
11 Motilal Vora Mar 13, 1985 Feb 13, 1988 INC
12 Arjun Singh Mar 11, 1985 Mar 12, 1985 INC
13 Arjun Singh Jun 8, 1980 Mar 10, 1985 INC
  President's rule Feb 18, 1980 Jun 8, 1980  
14 Sunderlal Patwa Jan 20, 1980 Feb 17, 1980 Janata Party
15 Virendra Kumar Saklecha Jan 18, 1978 Jan 19, 1980 Janata Party
16 Kailash Chandra Joshi Jun 26, 1977 Jan 17, 1978 Janata Party
  President's rule Apr 29, 1977 Jun 25, 1977  
17 Shyama Charan Shukla Dec 23, 1975 Apr 29, 1977 INC
18 Prakash Chandra Sethi Mar 23, 1972 Dec 22, 1975 INC
19 Prakash Chandra Sethi Jan 29, 1972 Mar 22, 1972 INC
20 Shyama Charan Shukla Mar 26, 1969 Jan 28, 1972 INC
21 Raja Nareshchandra Singh Mar 13, 1969 Mar 25, 1969 INC
22 Govind Narayan Singh Jul 30, 1967 Mar 12, 1969 INC
23 Dwarka Prasad Mishra Mar 9, 1967 Jul 29, 1967 INC
24 Dwarka Prasad Mishra Sep 30, 1963 Mar 8, 1967 INC
25 Bhagwantrao Mandloi Mar 12, 1962 Sep 29, 1963 INC
26 Kailash Nath Katju Mar 14, 1957 Mar 11, 1962 INC
27 Kailash Nath Katju Jan 31, 1957 Mar 14, 1957 INC
28 Bhagwantrao Mandloi Jan 1, 1957 Jan 30, 1957 INC
29 Pt. Ravishankar Shukla Nov 1, 1956 Dec 31, 1956 INC

Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Madhya Pradesh:
The Chief Electoral Officer is responsible for the elections and has to ensure that they remain "free and fair". Shri Jaideep Govind is the Chief Electoral Officer of the state of Madhya Pradesh, and was appointed before the 2009 General Elections. Born in 1960, he was brought up in Madhya Pradesh and has a postgraduate degree in Botany as well as Developmental Administration. In October 2013, Govind remarked that democracy has failed in India due to poor voter participation. He further implored that people should understand the power given to them by the Indian Constitution, utilise it while voting and not have a nonchalant attitude that is so prevalent amongst the voters of today. 

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