Madhya Pradesh Assembly Election Latest News & Results

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List of Constituencies

AC No. Constituency AC No. Constituency
1 Sabalagadh 2 Dimani
3 Ambah (SC) 4 Lahar
5 Mehgaon 6 Gohad (SC)
7 Gwalior Rural 8 Gwalior
9 Gwalior South 10 Dabara (SC)
11 Datia 12 Pichhore
13 Chachoda 14 Mungaoli
15 Bina (SC) 16 Deori
17 Naryawali (SC) 18 Prithvipur
19 Niwari 20 Khargapur
21 Maharajpur 22 Pathariya
23 Jabera 24 Pawai
25 Panna 26 Chitrakoot
27 Maihar 28 Amarpatan
29 Mangawan (SC) 30 Gurh
31 Singarouli 32 Dhouhani (ST)
33 Jaitpur (ST) 34 Pusprajgarh (ST)
35 Vijayraghavgarh 36 Jabalpur North
37 Niwas (ST) 38 Mandla (ST)
39 Lanji 40 Gadarwara
41 Chhindwara 42 Parasiya (SC)
43 Multai 44 Betul
45 Ghodadongri (ST) 46 Hoshangabad
47 Sohagpur 48 Sanchi (SC)
49 Kurwai (SC) 50 Sironj
51 Berasia (SC) 52 Bhopal Madhya
53 Budhni 54 Narsinghgarh
55 Sehore 56 Rajgarh
57 Shujalpur 58 Sonkatch (SC)
59 Bagli (ST) 60 Pandhana (ST)
61 Khandwa (SC) 62 Kasrawad
63 Khargone 64 Sendhwa (ST)
65 Jhabua (ST) 66 Manawar (ST)
67 Gandhwani (ST) 68 Indore 1
69 Indore 2 70 Indore 5
71 Vijaypur 72 Sumaoli
73 Morena 74 Ater
75 Sewda 76 Shivpuri
77 Kolaras 78 Guna (SC)
79 Raghogarh 80 Surkhi
81 Rehli 82 Sagar
83 Tikamgarh 84 Jatara (SC)
85 Chandla (SC) 86 Gunnour (SC)
87 Raigaon (SC) 88 Satna
89 Nagod 90 Sirmour
91 Semariya 92 Teonthar
93 Churhat 94 Sidhi
95 Chitrangi (ST) 96 Jaisinghnagar (ST)
97 Anuppur (ST) 98 Manpur (ST)
99 Mudwara 100 Patan
101 Jabalpur East (SC) 102 Jabalpur Cantt
103 Jabalpur West 104 Dindori (ST)
105 Bichhiya (ST) 106 Baihar (ST)
107 Balaghat 108 Katangi
109 Seoni 110 Keolari
111 Amarwara (ST) 112 Junnardeo (ST)
113 Sausar 114 Pandhurna (ST)
115 Amla (SC) 116 Bhainsdehi (ST)
117 Pipariya (SC) 118 Vidisha
119 Bhopal Uttar 120 Narela
121 Govindpura 122 Huzur
123 Ichhawar 124 Biaora
125 Sarangpur (SC) 126 Khilchipur
127 Shajapur 128 Agar (SC)
129 Kalapipal 130 Dewas
131 Harsud (ST) 132 Mandhata
133 Nepanagar (ST) 134 Badwaha
135 Bhagwanpura (ST) 136 Jobat (ST)
137 Sardarpur (ST) 138 Dharampuri (ST)
139 Dhar 140 Depalpur
141 Indore 4
2019 Assembly Elections Updates

The official announcement to be made by Congress president Rahul Gandhi has been postponed. Congress insiders are firm that Kamal Nath will be announced as the next Chief Minister. The announcement could  be delayed till tomorrow as Rahul Gandhi is expected to meet the central observers in Delhi at 10am. He would be apprised of the public sentiment, as well as the views expressed by the legislators-elect.

TV reports citing sources claim there was a consensus within the Congress Legislature Party (CLP) meeting on finalising Kamal Nath as the CM-designate. Jyotiraditya Scindia has reportedly conveyed to the high command that he has no objection to Nath being appointed as the Chief Minister.

The Congress Legislature Party (CLP) has concluded, with Kamal Nath reportedly being finalised as the next Chief Minister. The formal announcement would be made by party president Rahul Gandhi at 9pm.

Congress president Rahul Gandhi is taking inputs from party cadres via the Shakti App on who should be the next Chief Minister. The mobile application is an internal communication platform used by the Congress for communication between leaders and party workers.

A one-line proposal has been passed at the Congress Legislature Party (CLP) meeting in Bhopal. The High Command will take a decision on the Chief Minister face. 

Even as there yet no official announcement on who will be the Chief Minister, reports say the swearing-in ceremony will take place on December 14.

Former MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan is addressing the media. MP BJP chief Rakesh Singh congratulate party workers for working hard during the polls. Shivraj Singh Chouhan thanks the people of MP. "I treated the state as my family and worked for it like a family member," Chouhan says.

Jyotiraditya Scindia, while speaking to a TV news channel, CNN News18, has said that he would be ready to be the MP CM ig=f the High Command gives him that responsibility. 

The Madhya Pradesh Congress will meet at 4 PM today to decide who will be the next Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh. 

The supporters of Jyotiraditya Scindia have gathered outside Kamal Nath's residence and are shouting slogans in favour of Scindia. They say they want Scindia to be made the Chief Minister of MP.

Kamal Nath stakes claim to form government in Madhya Pradesh. The Congress leader has submitted a letter declaring support of 121 MLAs to Governor Anandiben Patel.

Congress leader Kamal Nath has reached Madhya Pradesh Governor Anandiben Patel's residence to stake claim to form the next government in the state.

Shobha Oza, Congress: "At 1 PM,  Kamal Nath will meet former CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan as a courtesy visit. At 4 PM, we have a meeting of party MLAs & AK Antony is coming as the observer and after that, we will have a word with Rahul Ji."

Shivraj Singh Chouhan, after submitting his resignation, said, "Ab main azaad hoon, I am free. I have tendered my resignation to the honourable Governor. The responsibility of defeat is totally mine. I congratulate Kamal Nath ji."

Shivraj Singh Chouhan has resigned as the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh.

As per some reports, while the decision is yet to be announced, Congress has decided to make Kamal Nath the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh. Meanwhile, Shivraj Singh Chouhan has reached the Guv House to resign as CM.

After BSP Supremo Mayawati, SP Chief Akhilesh Yadav has also announced support for the Congress in MP. The SP won 1 seat in the state.

Shivraj Singh Chouhan has conceded defeat and has gone to Madhya Pradesh Governor Anandiben Patel to resign from the post of the Chief Minister. 

At the time of filing this update, the Congress has won 109 seats and maintained lead on 5 more in Madhya Pradesh assembly elections. The BJP bagged 102 seats and was ahead in 7 more constituencies. Madhya Pradesh is most likely to throw a hung assembly.

Congress, again, has secured lead on 114 seats, whereas the BJP continues to be ahead in 109 constituencies. Counting of votes is still underway. A party needs 116 seats to claim a majority in the 230-member Madhya Pradesh assembly.

The Congress has won 87 seats and is leading in 26, taking its tally to 113. The BJP has won 83 seats and is leading in 26, taking its tally to 109. SP has won 1 seat and is leading on 1, taking its tally to 2. BSP is leading on 2 seats.

As per the latest reports, there are still over 25 seats where the margin between leading and trailing party is less than 1,000 votes. Anything can happen.

This is what the numbers as per EC look like right now:

Congress: 79 Seats Won, leading on 34

BJP: 81 Seats Won, leading on 29

SP: 1 Seat Won

IND: 3 Seats Won, Leading on 1

BSP: Leading on 2

In response to Congress's request for appointment to stake claim to form the government, Madhya Pradesh Governor's House replied: "An appointment will be given only after the situation is made clear by the Election Commission."

Congress party has sought an appointment late tonight with the Governor to stake their claims to form the government in Madhya Pradesh. Governor Anandiben Patel has not responded yet.

Congress nominees are ahead of others in 114 seats and the BJP in 109 in the battle for the 230-member Madhya Pradesh assembly.

The Congress is now leading on 113 seats, whereas the BJP is ahead in 110 constituencies in a nail-biting contest in Madhya Pradesh, even as the counting of votes is underway.

According to data provided by the Election Commission, the Congress and BJP are leading on 111 seats each in a nail-biting contest in Madhya Pradesh.

Congress seems to have an upper hand over the BJP in Madhya Pradesh, even as the counting of votes is underway in the state. In a neck-and-neck fight, Congress has secured lead on 114 seats, whereas the BJP was ahead in 108 constituencies. A party needs 116 seats to form the government.

Congress has now secured lead on 115 seats, whereas the BJP is ahead in 106 constituencies. A party needs 116 seats to form the government.

A neck-and-neck fight between the BJP and Congress continues in Madhya Pradesh. The BJP has secured the lead on 114 seats, whereas the Congress is ahead in 106 constituencies.

Congress candidates are leading from 113 seats, while the BJP nominees are ahead in 107 constituencies, according to data provided by the Election Commission. A party need 116 seats to form the government in Madhya Pradesh.

The Congress has gained a lead on 112 seats, whereas the BJP is ahead in 108 constituencies, according to the Election Commission.

A neck-and-neck fight between the BJP and Congress continues in Madhya Pradesh. The BJP has secured lead on 112 seats, whereas the Congress is ahead in 108 constituencies.

According to latest numbers by the Election Commission, the BJP is now leading on 110 seats, whereas the Congress is ahead in 109 constituencies.

According to the Election Commission of India, the Congress has secured the lead on 113 seats, whereas the BJP is ahead in 104 constituencies. A party needs 116 seats to claim majority.

A neck-and-neck contest is witnessed between the BJP and Congress in Madhya Pradesh. Both Congress and BJP are leading on 109 seats each.

According to data available on official website of Election Commission, the Congress has secured a lead on 116 seats, whereas the BJP is ahead in 94 constituencies.

After the Congress secured a lead on 118 out of 230 seats of Madhya Pradesh assembly, BJP leader Kailash Vijayvargiya said that his party made some mistakes in the distribution of tickets. The BJP was ahead in 100 constituencies.

Congress is now leading on 116 seats in Madhya Pradesh, whereas the BJP is ahead in 99 constituencies. A party need 116 seats to form the government in 230-member Madhya Pradesh assembly.

The Congress and BJP are leading on 109 seats each, whereas the BSP has secured a lead on 8 seats.

Madhya Pradesh may see a hung assembly as a neck-and-neck fight between the BJP and Congress is underway in the state. While the Congress is leading on 111 seats, the BJP is close behind with a lead on 108 seats.

Congress and BJP candidates are leading in 109 constituencies each in Madhya Pradesh assembly.

The Congress has maintained its lead on 110 seats, whereas the BJP is close behind with a lead on 102 seats. A party needs 116 seats to form the government in the 230-seat Madhya Pradesh assembly.

The Congress is leading on 102 seats out of 230 seats of Madhya Pradesh assembly, whereas the BJP is close behind with a lead on 96 seats.

As per current trends, the Congress is leading on 82 seats of Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha, whereas the BJP is ahead in 76 constituencies.

The Congress has secured a lead on at least 70 seats of Madhya Pradesh assembly, whereas the BJP is ahead in 62 constituencies.

Congress candidates are leading from 55 out of 230 seats of Madhya Pradesh assembly. The BJP is ahead in 47 constituencies.

The Congress is now leading on 40 seats of Madhya Pradesh assembly, whereas the BJP is ahead in 37 constituencies.

The BJP is leading on 33 seats of Madhya Pradesh assembly, whereas the Congress is close behind with a lead on 30 seats.

The BJP is now leading on 25 seats of Madhya Pradesh assembly, whereas the Congress is ahead in 23 constituencies.

The Congress is leading on 12 seats, while the BJP is ahead in 11 constituencies.

The BJP has secured a lead on 9 seats, whereas the Congress is leading on 7 seats, according to early trends. Counting of votes is underway.

A neck-and-neck battle is being witnessed between the Congress and BJP in Madhya Pradesh assembly elections. The Congress is leading on 7 seats, whereas the BJP is ahead in 5 constituencies.

The BJP is leading on three seats, whereas the Congress is ahead in two constituencies. Counting of votes underway. Stay here for live updates.

Numbers are changing fast. Now the BJP is leading on two seats, whereas the Congress is ahead in one constituency. These are just early trends.

The Congress is leading on two seats even as counting of votes is underway. Postal ballots are being counted.

Counting of votes for Madhya Pradesh assembly elections results 2018 has begun. Postal ballots will be counted before votes sealed in EVMs. Stay here for instant updates.

Will the Congress succeed in breaking BJP's monopoly over power after 15 years? Can BJP beat anti-incumbency? Counting of votes will begin at 8 am. Stay here for live updates.

While the counting of votes will begin at 8 am, EVMs (Electronic Voting Machines) would be taken up for counting at 8:30 am. Counting of postal ballots would continue simultaneously, according to VL Kantha Rao, Madhya Pradesh Chief Electoral Officer.

Counting of votes for the results of Madhya Pradesh assembly elections or MP Vidhan Sabha Chunav will begin at 8 am. A neck-and-neck electoral contest is being witnessed between the ruling BJP and challenger Congress. Stay here for live updates from 8 am onwards.

Madhya Pradesh Past Assembly Election Results

  • 2018 : total : 230, INC : 114, BJP : 109, OTH : 7,
  • 2013 : total : 230, BJP : 165, INC : 58, BSP : 4, IND : 3,
  • 2008 : total : 230, BJP : 173, INC : 38, SP : 7, GGP : 3, OTH:9
  • 2003 : Total : 230, BJP : 173, INC : 38, SP : 7, GGP : 3, OTH:9
  • 1998 : Total : 320, INC : 172, BJP : 119, BSP : 11, IND : 9, OTH:9
  • 1993 : Total : 320, INC : 174, BJP : 117, BSP : 11, IND : 8, OTH:10
  • 1990 : Total : 320, BJP : 220, INC : 56, JD : 28, IND : 10, OTH:6
  • 1985 : Total : 320, INC : 250, BJP : 58, IND : 6, OTH:6
  • 1980 : Total : 320, INC(I) : 246, BJP : 60, IND : 8, OTH:6
  • 1977 : Total : 320, JNP : 230, INC : 84, IND : 5, OTH:1
*Disclaimer: Facts and numbers placed above have been sourced from official election websites. LatestLY does not take responsibility for the same.