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India TV-CNX Exit Poll Results 2023: Congress may win Rajasthan, Telangana and Chhattisgarh, BJP to sweep MP

Exit Polls 2023: India TV-CNX conducted Exit Poll surveys to predict which party will remain ahead in five states Assembly elections including Chhattisgarh, Mizoram, Telangana, Rajasthan, and Madhya Pradesh. Take a look at who has an edge region-wise in five states.

Shashwat Bhandari Edited By: Shashwat Bhandari @ShashBhandari New Delhi Updated on: December 02, 2023 17:10 IST
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Image Source : PTI Exit poll results for Chhattisgarh, Mizoram, Telangana, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections

Exit Poll Result 2023: The Congress party is likely to retain power in Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan while BJP is expected to sweep Madhya Pradesh with huge majority, predicted India TV-CNX Exit Poll. In Telangana, the Congress may unseat Chief Minister K Chandraskhar Rao's ruling Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) while Mizoram may witness a hung Assembly, the survey predicted. Assembly elections were held in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Telangana and Mizoram.

Chhattisgarh Exit Poll

In Chhattisgarh, a tough contest is expected between the ruling Congress and BJP. According to India TV-CNX Exit Poll, the Congress may get 46-56 seats, BJP is expected to win 30-40 seats while others are expected to win 3-5 seats. There are a total of 90 Assembly seats in the state.

The exit poll predicts that Bhupesh Baghel is likely to retain power in the state with majority. The survey also predicts that the saffron party will improve its 2018 tally. 

READ: Chhattisgarh Exit Poll 2023: Congress likely to retain power with 46-56 seats, predicts India TV-CNX

Mizoram Exit Poll

In Mizoram which has a total of 40 Assembly seats, Zoramthanga's Mizo National Front (MNF) is expected to emerge as the single-largest party and may win 14-18 seats. The Congress is likely to get 8-10 seats, Zoram People's Movement (ZPM) may win 12-16 while the BJP is predicted to get between 0-2 seats and other parties may not be able to open their accounts. The survey predicts a hung assembly in the state.

READ: Mizoram Exit Poll 2023: Zoramthanga's MNF likely to emerge as single largest party, predicts India TV-CNX

Telangana Exit Poll

In Telangana, the Congress party may upset the ruling K Chandrasekhar Rao's BRS. According to India TV-CNX Exit Poll, the 'Grand Old Party' is likely to win 63-79 seats, BRS may get 31-47, BJP could win 2-4 seats and Asaduddin's AIMIM is likely to win 5-7 seats. There are a total of 119 Assembly seats in Telangana.

READ: Telangana Election Exit Poll 2023: Congress may wrest power from BRS, predicts India TV-CNX survey

Rajasthan Exit Poll 

Rajasthan is likely to see a close contest between the ruling Congress and BJP. According to India TV-CNX Exit Poll, the Congress party may get 94-104 seats while BJP is expected to get 80-90 seats. The 'Grand Old Party' is likely to break the trend in the state (of not voting into power the existing party) and retain it. There are a total of 200 Assembly seats while the election was held on 199.

READ: India TV-CNX Rajasthan Exit Poll Results 2023: Congress likely to break trend, may retain power

Madhya Pradesh Exit Poll

In contrast to the opinion poll surveys, the Exit Poll has predicted huge gains for the BJP in Madhya Pradesh. According to India TV-CNX Exit Poll, the saffron party is likely to retain the state and may win 140-159 seats, the Congress is expected to get restricted between 70-89 and others may get 0-2 seats. Madhya Pradesh has a total of 230 Assembly seats.

READ: MP Exit Poll Result: Shivraj Singh Chouhan may return as CM for 5th term, predicts India TV-CNX

Voting in Mizoram concluded on November 7, Madhya Pradesh on November 17, Chhattisgarh voted in two phases on November 7 and 17, Rajasthan on November 25 and Telangana on November 30 (today). The counting of votes is scheduled for December 3. The outcome in these states, when counting will take place on December 3, will be crucial and determine the mood of the voters ahead of next year's Lok Sabha elections.

Exit Poll Results 2023

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  • 7:58 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    BJP is likely to get 46 per cent vote share in Madhya Pradesh

    According to India TV-CNX Exit Poll, BJP is likely to get 46 per cent vote share in Madhya Pradesh while Congress may get 38 per cent of total votes. 

  • 7:54 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    BJP may sweep Madhya Pradesh with thumping majority, predicts India TV-CNX Exit Poll

    In Madhya Pradesh, the BJP is expected to retain power with a whooping majority and may win between 140-159 seats, while Congress may get restricted to 70-89 seats and others may win just two seats.

  • 7:50 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    In Madhya Pradesh's Mahakaushal region, BJP is likely to win 32 seats

    In Madhya Pradesh's Mahakaushal region, the BJP is likely to win 32 seats, while Congress may get 15. This region has a total of 47 seats. 

  • 7:42 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    BJP is likely to win 14 seats in MP's Chambal region, while Congress may get 20

    According to India TV-CNX Exit Poll, BJP is likely to win 14 seats in the Chambal region, while Congress may get 20 in Madhya Pradesh's Chambal region which has a total of 34 Assembly seats. 

    India Tv - Madhya Pradesh Exit Poll, Chambal

    Image Source : INDIA TVMadhya Pradesh Exit Poll | Chambal

  • 7:40 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    BJP expected to remain ahead in Madhya Pradesh's Nimar region

    According to India TV-CNX Exit Poll, BJP is likely to win 17 seats in Madhya Pradesh's Nimar region, the Congress may get 11 seats. There are a total of 28 Assembly seats in Nimar. 

    India Tv - Madhya Pradesh Exit Poll, Nimar region

    Image Source : INDIA TVMadhya Pradesh Exit Poll | Nimar region

  • 7:29 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    BJP is expected to get 34 seats in Madhya Pradesh's Malwa region

    In the Malwa region of Madhya Pradesh, the BJP is expected to get 34 seats while Congress may win 12 seats. Once again, the others may face a setback in this region. 

    India Tv - Madhya Pradesh Exit Poll | Malwa region

    Image Source : INDIA TVMadhya Pradesh Exit Poll | Malwa region

  • 7:27 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    BJP to make gains in Madhya Pradesh's Bhopal region

    According to India TV-CNX exit poll, in Madhya Pradesh's Bhopal region, the BJP is expected to win 18 seats while Congress may get 6. Others may not be able to open their accounts. The region has a total of 24 seats. 

    India Tv - Madhya Pradesh Exit Poll, Bhopal region

    Image Source : INDIA TVMadhya Pradesh Exit Poll | Bhopal region

  • 7:18 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    BJP won 109 seats in 2018 Assembly Elections in Madhya Pradesh

    BJP seats in the last four Assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh

    • 2018: 109
    • 2013: 165
    • 2008: 143
    • 2003: 173

    BJP vote share in the last four Assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh

    • 2018: 41.02%
    • 2013: 44.88%
    • 2008: 37.64%
    • 2003: 42.50%

    Congress seats in the last four Assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh

    • 2018: 114
    • 2013: 58
    • 2008: 71
    • 2003: 38

    Congress vote share in the last four Assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh

    • 2018: 40.89%
    • 2013: 36.38%
    • 2008: 32.39%
    • 2003: 31.61%
  • 7:17 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    Madhya Pradesh Assembly election result in 2018

    A look at Madhya Pradesh Assembly Election Results 2018 | Total Seats: 230 (Majority: 116)

    • Congress: 114
    • BJP: 109 
    • BSP: 02
    • SP: 01
    • Independents: 04

    Vote Share

    • Congress: 40.89%
    • BJP: 41.02%
    • BSP: 5.01%
    • SP: 1.30%
    • Independents: 5.82%
  • 7:15 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    A look at BJP, Congress seats in last four Assembly elections in Rajasthan

    BJP seats in the last four Assembly elections in Rajasthan

    • 2018: 73
    • 2013: 163
    • 2008: 78
    • 2003: 120

    BJP vote share in the last four Assembly elections in Rajasthan

    • 2018: 38.77%
    • 2013: 45.17%
    • 2008: 34.27%
    • 2003: 39.20%

    Congress seats in the last four Assembly elections in Rajasthan

    • 2018: 100
    • 2013: 21
    • 2008: 96
    • 2003: 56

    Congress vote share in the last four Assembly elections in Rajasthan

    • 2018: 39.30%
    • 2013: 33.07%
    • 2008: 36.82%
    • 2003: 35.65%
  • 7:14 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    Rajasthan Assembly Election Results 2018

    A look at Rajasthan Assembly Election Results 2018 | Total Seats: 200 (Majority: 101)

    Seat Share

    • Congress: 100
    • BJP: 73
    • Independents: 13
    • BSP: 06
    • RLP: 03
    • CPM: 02
    • BTP: 02
    • RLD: 01

    Vote Share

    • Congress: 39.30%
    • BJP: 38.77%
    • BSP: 4.03%
    • RLP: 2.40%
    • CPM: 1.22%
    • BTP: 0.72%
    • RLD: 0.33%
    • Independents: 9.47%

     

  • 7:11 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    Telangana Assembly Election Results 2018

    A look at Telangana Assembly Election Results 2018 | Total Seats: 119 (Majority: 60)

    Seat Share:

    • TRS: 88
    • Congress: 19
    • AIMIM: 07
    • TDP: 02
    • BJP: 01

    Vote Share

    • TRS: 46.87%
    • Congress: 28.43%
    • AIMIM: 2.71%
    • TDP: 3.51%
    • BJP: 6.98%
    • Independents: 3.25%
  • 7:00 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    Congress may retain power in Rajasthan

    Congress is likely to win 94-104 seats in Rajasthan while BJP is expected to get 80-90 seats, predicts India TV-CNX exit poll. The state has a total of 200 Assembly seats. 

    India Tv - Rajasthan Exit Poll

    Image Source : INDIA TVRajasthan Exit Poll

  • 6:59 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    Who is likely to have edge in Rajasthan's Shekhawati region

    According to India TV-CNX exit poll, Congress is expected to win 15 seats in the Shekhawati region while the saffron party may get 8 seats.

  • 6:56 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    A look at which party may have edge in Rajasthan's Mewar region

    According to India TV-CNX exit poll, Congress is likely to win 24 seats in Mewar region of Rajasthan while BJP may get 20 seats. 

    India Tv - Rajasthan Exit Poll, Mewar region

    Image Source : INDIA TVRajasthan Exit Poll | Mewar region

  • 6:51 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    Which party will have an advantage in Rajasthan's Tonk-Kota region

    According to India TV-CNX exit poll, Congress is likely to win 12 seats in Tonk-Kota region, BJP may get 10 seats, and others may win two seats. The region has a total of 24 seats. 

    India Tv - Rajasthan Exit Poll, Tonk-Kota region

    Image Source : INDIA TVRajasthan Exit Poll | Tonk-Kota region

  • 6:43 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    Congress likely to lead in Jaipur-Dholpur region of Rajasthan

    According to India TV-CNX Exit Poll, Congress is likely to win 25 seats in Jaipur-Dholpur region of Rajasthan, BJP may get 20 seats and others may win 3 seats. The region has a total of 48 seats. 
    India Tv - Rajasthan Exit Poll, Jaipur Dholpur region
    Image Source : INDIA TVRajasthan Exit Poll | Jaipur-Dholpur region
     
     
  • 6:38 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    Congress to unseat KCR in Telangana, predicts India TV-CNX exit poll

    The Congress is likely to win 63-79 seats in Telangana, BRS is expected to get 31-47 seats, BJP may win 02-04 seats and AIMIM is likely to win 05-07 seats, according to India TV-CNX exit poll.

    India Tv - Telangana Exit Poll, Exit Poll Results 2023

    Image Source : INDIA TVTelangana Exit Poll

     

  • 6:36 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    What India TV-CNX exit poll predicts for Upper Hyderabad region

    According to India TV-CNX Exit Poll, BRS is expected to win 10 seats, Congress is likely to win 37 seats in Upper Hyderabad region, BJP may get 2 seats. There are a total of 49 Assembly seats in Upper Hyderabad region of Telangana.

  • 6:31 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    Congress likely to make big gains in Lower Telangana

    In the Lower Telangana region, the Congress party is likely to make big gains and may win 25 seats while the ruling BRS is expected to get 17 seats. BJP, AIMIM and other parties may not be able to open their account. 

    India Tv - Telangana Exit Poll, Lower Telangana

    Image Source : INDIA TVTelangana Exit Poll | Lower Telangana

  • 6:27 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    BRS likely to lead in Greater Hyderabad in Telangana, Congress to make gains

    According to India TV-CNX Exit Poll, K Chandrasekhar Rao's (KCR) Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) is likely to win 12 seats in Greater Hyderabad region of Telangana, Congress may get 9 seats. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) may win just one seat.

    Asaduddin Owaisi's AIMIM is likely to win 6 seats in the Greater Hyderabad. 

    India Tv - Telangana Exit Poll, Greater Hyderabad

    Image Source : INDIA TVTelangana Exit Poll | Greater Hyderabad

  • 6:17 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    Mizoram Assembly Election Results 2018

    A look at Mizoram Assembly Election Results 2018 | Total Seats: 40 (Majority: 21)

    Seat Share: 

    • MNF: 27
    • Congress: 04
    • BJP: 01
    • Independents: 08

    Vote Share:

    • MNF: 37.70%
    • Congress: 29.98%
    • BJP: 8.09%
    • Independents: 22.94%
  • 6:03 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    Mizoram likely to witness hung Assembly, MNF expected to emerge single largest party

    In Mizoram, Zoramthanga's Mizo National Front is likely to emerge the single largest party and may win 14-18 seats. The Congress here may get 8-10 seats, ZPM 12-16, BJP 0-2 while others may not be able to open their accounts.

    India Tv - Mizoram Exit Poll, Assembly election exit poll

    Image Source : INDIA TVMizoram Exit Poll

  • 5:57 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    BJP and Congress seats in last four Assembly elections in Chhattisgarh

    BJP seats in the last four Assembly elections in Chhattisgarh

    • 2018: 15
    • 2013: 49
    • 2008: 50
    • 2003: 50

    BJP vote share in the last four Assembly elections in Chhattisgarh:

    • 2018: 32.97%%
    • 2013: 41.04%
    • 2008: 40.33%
    • 2003: 39.26%

    Congress seats in the last four Assembly elections in Chhattisgarh

    • 2018: 68
    • 2013: 39
    • 2008: 38
    • 2003: 37

    Congress vote share in the last four Assembly elections in Chhattisgarh

    • 2018: 43.04%
    • 2013: 40.29%
    • 2008: 38.63%
    • 2003: 36.71%
  • 5:55 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    Vote share predictions in Chhattisgarh

    In Chhattisgarh, BJP is likely to get 41 per cent of the vote share while Congress may get 43 per cent of the total votes.

  • 5:48 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    Congress likely to return to power in Chhattisgarh

    According to India TV-CNX exit poll, BJP is likely to win 30-40 seats in Chhattisgarh while Congress may get 46-56 seats and others are expected to win 3-5 seats.

    The exit poll predicts that Bhupesh Baghel is likely to retain power in the state with majority. 

    India Tv - Chhattisgarh Exit Poll, Exit Poll Results 2023

    Image Source : INDIA TVChhattisgarh Exit Poll

     

     

  • 5:46 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    Congress likely to take lead in Central Chhattisgarh

    According to India TV-CNX Exit Poll, BJP is likely to win 23 seats in Central Chhattisgarh region while Congress may win 37 seats. There are a total of 64 Assembly seats in Central Chhattisgarh.

  • 5:43 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    Congress to lead in Chhattisgarh's Bastar region

    BJP is likely to win 4 seats in Chhattisgarh's South-Bastar region, Congress may get 8. There are a total of 12 Assembly seats in Chhattisgarh's South-Bastar region.

    India Tv - Chhattisgarh Exit Poll, South Bastar region

    Image Source : INDIA TVChhattisgarh Exit Poll | South Bastar region

     

     

  • 5:38 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    BJP likely to lead in Chhattisgarh's North-Sarguja region, may win 8 seats

    According to India TV-CNX exit poll, BJP is likely to win 8 seats in Chhattisgarh's North-Sarguja region, Congress may get 6 seats.

    There are 14 Assembly seats in Chhattisgarh's North-Sarguja region.

    The saffron party is likely to gain 8 seats in the North-Sarguja region.

    India Tv - Chhattisgarh Exit Polls, Exit Poll results 2023

    Image Source : INDIA TVChhattisgarh Exit Poll | North region

  • 5:31 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    Chhattisgarh 2018 Assembly election result

    Chhattisgarh Assembly Election Results 2018 | Total Seats: 90 (Majority: 46)

    Seat Share:

    • Congress: 68
    • BJP: 15
    • JCC: 05
    • BSP: 02

    Vote Share:

    • Congress: 43.04%
    • BJP: 32.97%%
    • JCC: 7.61%
    • BSP: 3.87%
    • Independents: 5.88%
  • 5:27 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    Voting in Telangana taking place today, to end at 6 pm

    In Telangana, the two major political parties are the Congress and the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS). The other two major parties in the state are the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) of Asaduddin Owaisi and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Telangana has 119 seats in the Assembly. In the state, 19 seats are set aside for Scheduled Castes (SCs) and 12 seats are reserved for Scheduled Tribes (STs).

    There are 3,17,17,389 general voters and 15,338 service voters. Therefore, according to electoral rolls, there are 3,17,32,727 electors in total. With 88 seats won in the 2018 Telangana Assembly elections, the BRS (formerly TRS) formed the government led by K Chandrashekar Rao. 19 seats were won by the Congress.

  • 5:03 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    List of constituencies in Rajasthan

    There are 200 Assembly seats in Rajasthan: Sadulshahar, Ganganagar, Karanpur, Suratgarh, Raisingh Nagar, Anupgarh, Sangaria, Hanumangarh, Pilibanga, Nohar, Bhadra, Khajuwala, Bikaner West, Bikaner East, Kolayat, Lunkaransar, Shree Dungargarh, Nokha, Sadulpur, Taranagar, Sardarshahar, Churu, Ratangarh, Sujangarh, Pilani, Surajgarh, Jhunjhunu, Mandawa, Nawalgarh, Udaipurwati, Khetri, Fatehpur, Lachhmangarh, Dhod, Sikar, Danta Ramgarh, Khandela, Neem Ka Thana, Srimadhopur, Kotputli, Viratnagar, Shahpura, Chomu, Phulera, Dudu, Jhotwara, Amber, Jamwa Ramgarh, Hawa Mahal, Vidhyadhar Nagar, Civil Lines, Kishan Pole, Adarsh Nagar, Malviya Nagar, Sanganer, Bagru, Bassi, Chaksu, Tijara, Kishangarh Bas, Mundawar, Behror, Bansur, Thanagazi, Alwar Rural, Alwar Urban, Ramgarh, Rajgarh Laxmangarh, Kathumar, Kaman, Nagar, Deeg-Kumher, Bharatpur, Nadbai, Weir, Bayana, Baseri, Bari, Dholpur, Rajakhera, Todabhim, Hindaun, Karauli, Sapotra, Bandikui, Mahuwa, Sikrai, Dausa, Lalsot, Gangapur, Bamanwas, Sawai Madhopur, Khandar, Malpura, Niwai, Tonk, Deoli-Uniara, Kishangarh, Pushkar, Ajmer North, Ajmer South, Nasirabad, Beawar, Masuda, Kekri, Ladnun, Deedwana, Jayal, Nagaur, Khinwsar, Merta, Degana, Makrana, Parbatsar, Nawan, Jaitaran, Sojat, Pali, Marwar Junction, Bali, Sumerpur, Phalodi, Lohawat, Shergarh, Osian, Bhopalgarh, Sardarpura, Jodhpur, Soorsagar, Luni, Bilara, Jaisalmer, Pokaran, Sheo, Barmer, Baytu, Pachpadra, Siwana, Gudhamalani, Chohtan, Ahore, Jalore, Bhinmal, Sanchore, Raniwara, Sirohi, Pindwara Abu, Reodar, Gogunda, Jhadol, Kherwara, Udaipur Rural, Udaipur, Mavli, Vallabh Nagar, Salumber, Dhariyawad, Dungarpur, Aspur, Sagwara, Chorasi, Ghatol, Garhi, Banswara, Bagidora, Kushalgarh, Kapasan, Begun, Chittorgarh, Nimbahera, Bari Sadri, Pratapgarh, Bhim, Kumbhalgarh, Rajsamand, Nathdwara, Asind, Mandal, Sahara, Bhilwara, Shahpura, Jahazpur, Mandalgarh, Hindoli, Keshoraipatan, Bundi, Pipalda, Sangod, Kota North, Kota South, Ladpura, Ramganj Mandi, Anta, Kishanganj, Baran-Atru, Chhabra, Dag, Jhalrapatan, Khanpur and Manohar Thana.

  • 5:02 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    Key candidates in Rajasthan

    The main candidates in the fray for the upcoming Rajasthan Assembly Election are Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot (Congress) from Sardarpura, Vasundhara Raje Scindia (BJP) from Jhalrapatan, Sachin Pilot (Congress) from Tonk, Hanuman Beniwal (RLP) from Khinwsar, Rajendra Singh Rathore (BJP) from Taranagar, Govind Singh Dotasra (Congress) from Lachhmangarh, Satish Poonia (BJP) from Amber, Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore (BJP) from Jhotwara, Diya Kumari (BJP) from Vidhyadhar Nagar, Vishvendra Singh (Congress) from Deeg-Kumher, Kirodi Lal Meena (BJP) from Sawai Madhopur, Harish Chandra Meena (Congress) from Deoli-Uniara.

  • 5:02 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    Rajasthan voted on November 25

    In Rajasthan, the two major political parties are the Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The other two major parties in the state are the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) of Mayawati and the Rashtriya Loktantrik Party (RLP), which is led by Hanuman Beniwal. Rajasthan has 200 seats in the Assembly. In the state, 34 seats are reserved for Scheduled Castes (SCs) and 25 seats are set aside for Scheduled Tribes (STs).

    There are 1,41,890 service voters and 5,25,38,655 general voters. Thus, 5,26,80,545 electors in total according to electoral rolls. Following its victory in the 2018 Rajasthan Assembly elections, Ashok Gehlot led the Congress to form the government. In the state, the BJP secured 73 seats.

  • 5:00 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    Key constituencies in Madhya Pradesh

    There are 230 Assembly seats in Madhya Pradesh: Sheopur, Vijaypur, Sabalagadh, Jaura, Sumaoli, Morena, Dimani, Ambah, Ater, Bhind, Lahar, Mehgaon, Gohad, Gwalior Rural, Gwalior, Gwalior East, Gwalior South, Bhitarwar, Dabara, Sewda, Bhander, Datia, Karera, Pohari, Shivpuri, Pichhore, Kolaras, Bamori, Guna, Chachoda, Raghogarh, Ashok Nagar, Chanderi, Mungaoli, Bina, Khurai, Surkhi, Deori, Rehli, Naryawali, Sagar, Banda, Tikamgarh, Jatara, Prithivipur, Niwari, Khargapur, Maharajpur, Chandla, Rajnagar, Chhatarpur, Bijawar, Malhara, Pathariya, Damoh, Jabera, Hatta, Pawai, Gunnour, Panna, Chitrakoot, Raigaon, Satna, Nagod, Maihar, Amarpatan, Rampur Baghelan, Sirmour, Semariya, Teonthar, Mauganj, Deotalab, Mangawan, Rewa, Gurh, Churhat, Sidhi, Sihawal, Chitrangi, Singarauli, Devsar, Dhouhani, Beohari, Jaisinghnagar, Jaitpur, Kotama, Anuppur, Pusprajgarh, Bandhavgarh, Manpur, Badwara, Vijayraghavgarh, Mudwara, Bahoriband, Patan, Bargi, Jabalpur East, Jabalpur North, Jabalpur Cantt, Jabalpur West, Panagar, Sihora, Shahpura, Dindori, Bichhiya, Niwas, Mandla, Baihar, Lanji, Paraswada, Balaghat, Waraseoni, Katangi, Barghat, Seoni, Keolari, Lakhanadon, Gotegaon, Narsingpur, Tendukheda, Gadarwara, Junnardeo, Amarwara, Chourai, Sausar, Chhindwara, Parasiya, Pandhurna, Multai, Amla, Betul, Ghodadongri, Bhainsdehi, Timarni, Harda. Seoni Malwa, Hoshangabad, Sohagpur, Pipariya, Udaipura, Bhojpur, Sanchi, Silwani, Vidisha, Basoda, Kurwai, Sironj, Shamshabad, Berasia, Bhopal Uttar, Narela, Bhopal Dakshina-Pashchim, Bhopal Madhya, Govindpura, Huzur, Budhni, Ashta, Ichhawar, Sehore, Narsinghgarh, Biaora, Rajgarh, Khilchipur, Sarangpur, Susner, Agar, Shajapur, Shujalpur, Kalapipal, Sonkatch, Dewas, Hatpipliya, Khategaon, Bagli, Mandhata, Harsud, Khandwa, Pandhana, Nepanagar, Burhanpur, Bhikangaon, Badwaha, Maheshwar, Kasrawad, Khargone, Bhagwanpura, Sendhwa, Rajpur, Pansemal, Barwani, Alirajpur, Jobat, Jhabua, Thandla, Petlawad, Sardarpur, Gandhwani, Kukshi, Manawar, Dharampuri, Dhar, Badnawar, Depalpur, Indore-1, Indore-2, Indore-3, Indore-4, Indore-5, Dr Ambedkar Nagar-Mhow, Rau, Sanwer, Nagda-Khachrod, Mahidpur, Tarana, Ghatiya, Ujjain North, Ujjain South, Badnagar, Ratlam Rural, Ratlam City, Sailana, Jaora, Alote, Mandsaur, Malhargarh, Suwasra, Garoth, Manasa, Neemuch and Jawad.

  • 4:59 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    Key candidates in Madhya Pradesh

    The main candidates in the fray for the upcoming Madhya Pradesh Assembly Election are Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan (BJP) from Budhni, former Chief Minister Kamal Nath (Congress) from Chhindwara, Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar (BJP) from Dimani, former Madhya Pradesh Cabinet Minister Kailash Vijayvargiya (BJP) from Indore-1, state Home Minister Narottam Mishra (BJP) from Datia, Union Minister Prahlad Singh Patel (BJP) from Narsingpur, former Leader of Opposition in the Madhya Pradesh Assembly Ajay Arjun Singh (Congress) from Churhat, former Madhya Pradesh Cabinet Minister Jaivardhan Singh (Congress) from Raghogarh, Lok Sabha member Rakesh Singh (BJP) from Jabalpur West, Leader of Opposition in the Madhya Pradesh Assembly Govind Singh (Congress) from Lahar and former Madhya Pradesh Cabinet Minister Imarti Devi (BJP) from Dabra.

  • 4:58 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    Madhya Pradesh election held on November 17

    In Madhya Pradesh, the two major political parties are the Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The other two major parties in the state are the Samajwadi Party (SP) and the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP). Madhya Pradesh has 230 Assembly seats. In the state, 34 seats are reserved for Scheduled Castes (SCs) and 47 seats are set aside for Scheduled Tribes (STs).

    There are 5,60,60,925 general voters and 75,304 service voters. Thus, 5,61,36,229 electors in total according to electoral rolls. The Congress formed the government under Kamal Nath after winning 114 seats in the 2018 Madhya Pradesh Assembly Elections. Following three straight wins in 2003, 2008, and 2013, the BJP under Shivraj Singh Chouhan secured 109 seats. The Congress government, however, was short-lived as 22 MLAs loyal to senior party leader Jyotiraditya Scindia rebelled against Nath's state leadership.

  • 4:39 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    Key candidates in Chhattisgarh Assembly election

    The main candidates in the fray for the upcoming Chhattisgarh Assembly Election are Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel (Congress) from Patan, former Chief Minister Raman Singh (BJP) from Rajnandgaon, Deputy Chief Minister TS Singh Deo (Congress) from Ambikapur, Durg MP Vijay Baghel (BJP) from Patan, Union Minister Renuka Singh Saruta (BJP) from Bharatpur-Sonhat, former Union Minister Vishnu Deo Sai (BJP) from Kunkuri, Raigarh MP Gomti Sai (BJP) from Pathalgaon, BJP state chief Arun Sao from Lormi, former MP Punnulal Mohale (BJP) from Mungeli, Dharamlal Kaushik (BJP) from Bilha, former Union Minister and Speaker of the outgoing Chhattisgarh Assembly Charan Das Mahant (Congress) from Sakti, former Chhattisgarh Home Minister Brijmohan Agrawal (BJP) from Raipur City South, state Home Minister Tamradhwaj Sahu (Congress) from Durg Gramin, Bastar Lok Sabha MP Deepak Baij (Congress) from Chitrakot and state Cabinet Minister Kawasi Lakhma (Congress) from Konta.

  • 4:38 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    Chhattisgarh voted in two phases on November 7 and 17

    In Chhattisgarh, the two major political parties are the Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The other two major parties in the state are the Janta Congress Chhattisgarh (JCC) and the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), which is led by Mayawati. The state of Chhattisgarh has 90 Assembly seats.

    Here, 10 seats are set aside for Scheduled Castes (SCs) and 29 seats are reserved for Scheduled Tribes (STs). In Chhattisgarh, there are 2,03,60,240 general voters and 19,839 service voters.

    Thus, according to the electoral rolls, there are 2,03,80,079 electors overall. With 68 seats won in the 2018 Chhattisgarh Assembly Elections, the Congress led by Bhupesh Baghel formed the government. The BJP won only 15 seats. Dr Raman Singh's BJP won three straight elections in 2003, 2008, and 2013 in the state.

  • 4:34 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    Mizoram voted on November 7

    The principal political parties in Mizoram are the Mizo National Front (MNF), Indian National Congress (INC), Zoram People's Movement (ZPM), Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), and National People's Party (NPP). Since 2018, Zoramthanga has served as the Chief Minister of Mizoram.

    The MNF formed the government in 2018 after winning 26 seats in the Mizoram Assembly Elections. Eight, five, and one seats were won by the ZPM, the Congress, and the BJP. In Mizoram, out of the 40 Assembly seats, 39 are set aside for Scheduled Tribes (STs).

    The term of the present Mizoram Assembly is from December 18, 2018 to December 17, 2023. In Mizoram, there are 4,973 service voters and 8,51,895 general voters. Thus, 8,56,868 electors in total according to electoral rolls.

  • 4:27 PM (IST) Posted by Shashwat Bhandari

    Exit Poll Results 2023

    India TV-CNX conducted an exit poll to gauge the mood of the voters and predict which party is likely to remain in five states Assembly elections. Stay tuned for all the latest updates. 

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