ABP News live Election Results 2018


ABP News live Election Results 2018 




Telangana 2018 election results
Telangana Elections Results 2018 
Madhya Pradesh Assembly Elections 2018 Results
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Rajasthan
BJP: 72 Congress: 102
Madhya Pradesh
BJP: 111, Cong: 108
Chhattisgarh
BJP: 15, Congress: 66
Vasundhara Raje wins on her seat whereas Cong is still strong in Rajasthan.
Rahul Gandhi to hold PC

Latest Trend in Madhya Pradesh
BJP: 111, Congress 108

Chhattisgarh
BJP 22, Congress 59

MP witnesses change again, Cong leading in 111 seats & BJP in 108

In Rajasthan, recent latest trends suggest Congress leading in 99 seats

Samajwadi Party to give support to Congress in Madhya Pradesh and it is leading on 2 seats
Trends for VIP seats are coming now

Congress candidate and discus throw gold medallist in the 2010 Commonwealth Games Krishna Poonia is leading in the Sadulpur constituency by 646 votes

Madhya Pradesh is stepping towards a humdinger as BJP has reduced the margin to 6 seats. Congress is ahead in 104 seats while Others have 5 seats.

The Congress appeared to be heading for a landslide victory in Chhattisgarh, dealing a major blow to the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). After the first round of voting, Congress candidates were ahead of their rivals in 61 of the 90 seats in the battle for an Assembly where the half-way mark is 46. BJP candidates are ahead in 23 constituencies. While Chief Minister Raman Singh managed to reverse the trend after initially trailing to the Congress, all his cabinet Ministers were way behind their rivals. The alliance of Janta Congress Chhattisgarh of former Chief Minister Ajit Jogi and the Bahujan Samaj Party are leading in seven constituencies. In the outgoing Assembly, the BJP had 49 members and the Congress 39. The BJP has ruled Chhattisgarh since 2003.

Celebration begins by Congress' supporters

Parliament session begins today. PM Modi urges for healthy discussion

Scindia receives warm welcome. says, Congress will get clear majority

Congress ahead in Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan; tight fight in MP, TRS in Telangana

Congress crosses majority mark with 100 seats In BJP ruled state. The BJP is fighting anti-incumbency to retain power in the desert state, which has a tradition of alternating between Congress and BJP every five years.
Madhya Pradesh is stepping towards a humdinger as BJP has reduced the margin to 6 seats. Congress is ahead in 104 seats while Others have 5 seats.
Sambit Patra reacts on coalition in MP. Says, party would decide on it

All trends out in Madhya Pradesh. Hung assembly in Madhya Pradesh as BJP and Congress are neck to neck?

BJP surges ahead in MP

The Congress party has won 48 seats and is leading to form a majority in the state. The grand old party is currently leading 48 against BJP's 32 while the others has gained a lead in seven seats.
Rajasthan chief minister Vasundhara Raje is leading in her constituency Jhalrapatan. Her rival is Manvendra Singh, son of former BJP leader Jaswant Singh. Vasundhara Raje is at 6279 votes while rival Manvendra Singh is at 2024 votes.
Major setback to BJP; Congress leading in Raman Singh's constituency
TRS makes a comeback in Telangana
Celebration outside Ashok Gehlot's house
Kailash Vijayvarghiya's son trails
Congress achieves majority in Chhattisgarh
BJP surges ahead in Madhya Pradesh
People celebrate outside Sachin Pilot's house. Watch the report RIGHT NOW

Cong 71, BJP 49 : Rajasthan
Neck to neck fight in Telangana
BJP 54, Congress 60 : MP
BJP 25, Cong 30 : Chhattisgarh
Congress leads in all five states as of now
Congress ahead in all FIVE STATES

Madhya Pradesh: Shivpuri is an important seat for the Bharatiya Janata Party and Yashodhara Raje is running ahead from this seat.
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Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh: Congress far from majority
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