Ujjain: Malwa-Nimar ready for battle of the ballots

Ujjain: Being the biggest district in Ujjain division in terms of number of assembly constituencies, district comprises of seven constituencies including Ujjain North, Ujjain South, Nagda – Khachrod, Mahidpur, Tarana, Ghatia and Barnagar. Total 14,23,840 voters including 7,27,073 male, 6,95,520 females and 76 third gender voters will cast their votes.

INDORE: Indore district comprises of total nine seats which include five urban namely: Indore 1 to 5 and four rural seats including Mhow, Rau, Depalpur and Sanwer. In 2013, BJP pocketed eight out of nine, while Congress managed victory on just one seat in Rau. This year, total 74,18,320 voters including 12,74,443 male, 11,97,171 female and 180 third gender will cast their votes in nine different constituencies.

DHAR: In term of number of assembly seats, Dhar is the second biggest district in Nimar division as seven assembly seats are here including Dhar, Sardarpur, Gandhwani, Kukshi, Manawar, Dharampuri and Badnawar. In Dhar, total 15,06,311 voters including 7,66,381 male and 7,39,481 female will cast their votes.

Khargone: Khargone district comprises of six assembly seats including Khargone, Bhikangaon, Barwah, Maheshwar, Bhagwanpura and Kasrawad. Total 12,81,471 including 6,55,058 male, 6,26,063 female and 11 third genders voters will cast their votes.

Jhabua: In Jhabua there are three constituencies which are mainly tribal dominated. Total 7,46,998 voters including 3,74,370 male, 3,72,508 females and 16 third gender voters from Jhabua, Thandla and Petlawad constituencies will cast their votes.

BURHANPUR: In Burhanpur, total 5,17,054 voters including 2,65,995 male, 2,50,843 female and 36 third gender voters will cast their votes. Entire district was divided into two constituencies including Burhanpur and Nepanagar.

Barwani: Barwani district divided into four assembly constituencies namely Barwani, Sendhwa, Pansemal and Rajpur. Total 9,21,810 voters including 4,66,007 male, 4,55,679 females and 17 third gender voters will cast their votes.

Alirajpur: In Alirajpur which is divided into two constituencies including Alirajpur and Jobat, total 4,82,563 voters including 2,42,830 male, 2,39,664 females and five third gender voters will cast their votes.

KHANDWA: Khandwa district comprises of four assembly seats including Khandwa, Mandhata, Pandhana and Harsud. Total 8,79,605 voters including 4,56,166 male, 4,23,183 females and 51 third gender voters will cast their votes.

Dewas: Dewas district divided into five constituencies including Dewas, Sonkatch, Hatpipliya, Khategaon and Bagli. Total, 10,71,437 voters including 5,55,030 male, 5,15,086 female and 24 third gender voters will cast their votes.

Ratlam: Ratlam district has total five assembly constituencies including Ratlam City, Ratlam Rural, Sailana, Jaora and Alot. Total 9,78,414 voters including 4,97,193 male, 4,80,765 females and 23 third gender voters will cast their vote.

Mandsaur: Mandsaur district has four assembly constituencies including Mandsaur, Malhargarh, Suwasara and Garoth. Total, 9,47,321 voters including 4,83,524 male, 4,62,775 females and 16 third gender voters will cast their votes.

Neemuch: Neemuch district divided into three assembly constituencies including Neemuch, Manasa and Jawad. Total 5,56,662 voters including 2,86,405 male, 2,69,269 females and seven third gender voters will cast their votes.
Shajapur: Shajapur district divided into the three assembly constituencies including Shajapur, Shujalpur and Kalapipal and total 6,19,568 voters including 3,21,745 male, 2,96,951 females and 13 voters will cast their votes.

Agar: Agar, the youngest district in Madhya Pradesh which was carved out of Shajapur district is divided into two constituencies namely Agar and Susner. Total 4,19,984 voters including 2,17,217 male, 2,02,468 females and 11 third gender voters will cast their votes.

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