Thank you for staying in tune with us for the Lok Sabha Elections 2019 results of all 29 constituencies in Madhya Pradesh. Here are the winners of all 29 constituencies.  

BJP candidate Anil Firojiya won from the Ujjain constituency. He defeated Babulal Malviya from Congress. In Vidisha, BJP candidate Ramakant Bhargava won over Shailendra Ramchandra Patel. 

Dr Virendra Kumar of BJP has won from the Tikamgarh constituency. He defeated Congress candidate Ahirwar Kiran here. 

BJP candidate Rakesh Singh won the seat at Jabalpur constituency. He won against Congress candidate Vivek Krishna Tankha. 

BJP Candidate Rodmal Nagar won from the Rajgarh Constituency. He defeated Congress candidate Mona Sustani by a margin of 431019 votes. 

BJP Candidate Gajendra Patel defeated Congress opponent Dr Govind Subhan Mujalda from the Khargone constituency of the state. 

BJP Candidate Nandkumar Singh Chouhan has won from the Khandwa Constituency beating Congress leader Arun Subhash chandra Yadav. 

BJP candidate V.D. Sharma (Vishnu Datt Sharma) has secured victory from the Khajuraho constituency. He defeated Maharani Kavita Singh Natiraja of Congress by a margin of 492382 votes. 

Shankar Lalwani of BJP has won his seat in the Indore constituency. Lalwani won over his Congress opponent Pankaj Sanghvi. This was an important seat as it remained with Sumitra Mahajan for over 8 years.

Uday Pratap Singh of BJP has won from the Hoshangabad constituency. He was more with almost 70% votes. He was contesting against Shailendra Diwan Chandarbhan Singh of Congress. 


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Bhopal, May 23: The results of Lok Sabha elections held in Madhya Pradesh and other states and union territories in seven phases will be declared today. The counting of votes began at 8 am. The main contesting parties are the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) and Congress. Catch live updates on Lok Sabha election results of Madhya Pradesh and list of winners here. Lok Sabha elections results 2019: Live updates here.

Voting in Madhya Pradesh took place for 29 Lok Sabha constituencies. The elections took place in four phases starting with the first phase on April 29 for six seats. The next voting took place on May 6, May 12 and May 19 respectively. The total number of voters in the state this year was 5,18,67,474. As per the Election Commission, 71 per cent voting was recorded in 2019 general elections (73.54% males and 68.46 females). Madhya Pradesh Exit Poll Results And Predictions For Lok Sabha Elections 2019: BJP Predicted to Win Close to 25 Constituencies, Congress 1-4.

The prominent candidates in the fray for constituencies here are Former Chief Minister and senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh, Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur, Jyotiraditya Scindia, Shankar Lalwani, Nakul Nath who is the son of Chief Minister Kamal Nath.

In the year 2014, Madhya Pradesh belonged to the BJP. The party emerged victorious in 26 out of 29 Lok Sabha constituencies in the last general elections. Stay tuned with us to get instant updates on Madhya Pradesh Lok Sabha elections results and list of winning candidates from BJP, Congress and others.