Madhya Pradesh Assembly Election Result 2023 LIVE: BJP Marching Towards Massive Victory, Leading In 168 Seats & Congress In 60; PM Modi To Reach Party HQ For Celebration

Madhya Pradesh Assembly Election Result 2023 LIVE: BJP Marching Towards Massive Victory, Leading In 168 Seats & Congress In 60; PM Modi To Reach Party HQ For Celebration

The trends are showing that the BJP is leading in the state and is heading towards a thumping victory. The BJP has crossed the magical majority mark in Madhya Pradesh and is proceeding towards forming its government for the fourth time in the state.

Rahul MUpdated: Sunday, December 03, 2023, 03:55 PM IST
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Shivraj Singh Chouhan | FP Photo

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will reach the BJP Headquarters after the party's excelling performance in the Assembly Elections 2023. BJP is leading on 168 seats and the Congress is gaining a lead on 60 seats in the state. The counting of votes for the recently concluded Madhya Pradesh Assembly Elections 2023 started on Sunday and the trends are in the favour of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The trends are showing that the BJP is leading in the state and is heading towards a thumping victory. The BJP has crossed the magical majority mark in Madhya Pradesh and is proceeding towards forming its government for the fourth time in the state.

Congress leader Kamal Nath is holding a meeting with party members on the trends in Madhya Pradesh. Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan is leading with 13,062 votes in Budhni. Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister reacts after trends show BJP marching towards a thumping victory in the state.

Congress workers dance outside the party office in Delhi ahead of counting of votes for Assembly polls in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Telangana today. While the Election Commission has postponed the counting of votes in Mizoram to December 4 (Monday), results for the other four states will be disclosed today, December 3. Mizoram witnessed voting for 40 Assembly seats on November 7. Chhattisgarh held voting in two phases on November 7 and November 30. The election for the 230 members of the Madhya Pradesh Assembly occurred on November 17. Rajasthan conducted polling for its 199 seats in a single phase on November 25. Similarly, Telangana's voting for 119 seats took place in a single phase on November 30.

Check all the latest election result updates related to Madhya Pradesh below:

At 03:54 PM BJP is leading in Madhya Pradesh in 168 seats and Congress in 60.

At 01:24 PM BJP is leading in 164 seats and the Congress in 63.

At 01:10 PM PM Narendra Modi to arrive at BJP HQ in the evening.

At 12:52 PM State Revenue Minister Govind Singh Rajput is trailing from Surkhi Assembly Constituency in Sagar District by 1,000 votes.

At 12:32 PM Radha Bai congratulates CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan by gifting him flower.

At 12:19 PM Congress candidate Kunal Choudhary loses from the Kalapipal seat.

At 11:46 AM BJP is leading in 161 seats and the Congress is leading in 66 seats.

At 11:03 AM MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan reacts after trends show BJP marching towards thumping victory in the state

At 10:58 AM Jyotiraditya Scindia arrives at MPCM Shivraj Singh Chouhan's residence.

At 10:15 AM Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan leading with 13,062 votes in Budhni.

At 9:58 AM BJP is marching towards a clean sweep. Leading in 152 seats and Congress in 76.

At 9:52 AM BJP leader Prahlad Singh Patel offers prayers at his residence

At 9:32 AM Congress leader Kamal Nath holds a meeting on trends with party members.

At 9:23 AM BJP has crossed the magical majority mark and is leading in 137 seats, while Congress is leading in 88 seats.

At 9:14 AM BJP is leading in 118 seats and Congress is gaining a lead in 89 seats in the state

At 8:58 am -- BJP is leading in 77 seats while Congress in 58 seats

As per data available at 8:49 am:

Yashpal Singh Sisodia ahead in Mandsaur

Tulsiram Silavat ahead from Sanwer

BJP candidate Ganesh Singh trailing in Satna.

Kailash Vijayvargiya from Indore-1, Shivraj Singh & Narendra Singh Tomar are leading in MP

Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan leading from Budhni.

As per data availavle at 8:31 am, Shivraj Singh Chouhan is leading from Budhni & Kamal Nath is ahead in Chhindwara.

According to News18 MP, BJP is leading in 26 seats, Congress on 19

As per News 24 at 8:05 am: Congress is leading in 10 seats while BJP is ahead in 4.

Counting of votes begins for Madhya Pradesh Elections

PM Narendra Modi to arrive at BJP Headquarters in the evening today.

State Revenue Minister Govind Singh Rajput is trailing from Surkhi Assembly Constituency in Sagar District by 1,000 votes.

Radha Bai, who looks after the garden at the CM residence, congratulated Shivraj Singh Chouhan by gifting him a flower.

Congress candidate Kunal Choudhary loses from the Kalapipal seat.

BJP is leading in Madhya Pradesh with 161 seats and Congress is leading in 66 seats.

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan reacts to the trends showing BJP marching towards thumping victory in the state

Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia arrives at the residence of Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan in Bhopal.

Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan is leading from Budhni seat by 13,062 votes in the second round.

BJP marching towards clean sweep. Leads in 152 seats in the state and Congress in 76.

Union Minister and BJP candidate from Narsinghpur, Prahlad Singh Patel offers prayers at his residence

Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia reacts after early trends show BJP forming Government in Madhya Pradesh

Amid the tight security and presence of Collector Dr. Ilayaraja T and representatives of the political parties, the unsealing of strong rooms Indore at the venue of counting Nehru Stadium begin.

Madhya Pradesh Assembly Elections 2023

The Madhya Pradesh legislative assembly, comprising 230 members, underwent voting in a singular phase on November 17, achieving a voter turnout of 77.15%. This turnout marked a slight increase compared to the previous elections in 2018, which recorded a turnout of 75.63%.

The electoral landscape in Madhya Pradesh has been dominated by intense campaigns from both the Congress and the BJP this year. The BJP has maintained a stronghold on the state for nearly two decades, except for a brief two-year period when the Congress briefly assumed power after the 2018 polls.

In 2018, the Congress secured victory in the state's assembly election, breaking the BJP's continuous rule since 2003. However, in March 2020, Jyotiraditya Scindia's departure from the Congress to join the BJP led to the downfall of the Kamal Nath-led Congress government in the state. Consequently, Shivraj Singh Chouhan of the BJP assumed the position of chief minister for the fourth time.

What do Madhya Pradesh Exit Polls predict?

Exit polls from various polling agencies, released on Thursday, presented diverse outcomes, with some indicating a slight advantage for the Congress party, while others foresaw a comprehensive victory for the BJP.

An amalgamated analysis of all exit polls suggests that the BJP is poised to regain power in Madhya Pradesh, anticipating a victory in 124 of the state's 230 seats, while the Congress is predicted to secure 102 seats.

The crucial majority mark in the state is set at 116 seats.

Among the eight exit polls forming the basis of the Poll of Polls, three have anticipated the BJP's triumphant return with a complete sweep. Nevertheless, the Congress might still be in contention, as three other polls have given it a marginal advantage.

List of all winners in Madhya Pradesh Assembly Election Result of 2018 with party and constituency

Constituency, Winner
1, Sheopur, Babu Jandel, INC
2, Vijaypur, Sitaram Aadivashi, BJP
3, Sabalgarh, Baijnath Kushwah, INC
4, Joura, Banavareelal Sharma, INC
5, Sumawali, Adal Singh Kansana, INC
6, Morena, Raghuraj Singh Kansana, INC
7, Dimani, Girraj Dandotiya, INC
8, Ambah (SC), Kamlesh Jatav, INC
9, Ater, Arvind Singh Bhadoria, BJP
10, Bhind, Sanjeev Singh, BSP
11, Lahar, Dr. Govind Singh, INC
12, Mehgaon, O. P. S. Bhadoria, INC
13, Gohad (SC), Ranvir Jatav, INC
14, Gwalior Rural, Bharat Singh Kushwah, BJP
15, Gwalior, Pradhumn Singh Tomar, INC
16, Gwalior East, Munnalal Goyal, INC
17, Gwalior South, Praveen Pathak, INC
18, Bhitarwar, Lakhan Singh Yadav, INC
19, Dabra (SC), Imarti Devi, INC
20, Sewda, Ghanshyam Singh, INC
21, Bhander (SC), Raksha Saroniya, INC
22, Datia, Dr. Narottam Mishra, BJP
23, Karera (SC), Jasmant Jatave Chitree, INC
24, Pohari, Suresh Rathkheda Dhakad, INC
25, Shivpuri, Yashodhara Raje Scindia, BJP
26, Pichhore, K. P. Singh, INC
27, Kolaras, Birendra Raghuvanshi, BJP
28, Bamori, Mahendra Singh Sisodia, INC
29, Guna (SC), Gopilal Jatav, BJP
30, Chachoura, Lakshman Singh, INC
31, Raghogarh, Jaivardhan Singh, INC
32, Ashok Nagar (SC), Jajpal Singh Jajji, INC
33, Chanderi, Gopal Singh Chauhan, INC
34, Mungaoli, Brajendra Singh Yadav, INC
35, Bina (SC), Mahesh Rai, BJP
36, Khurai, Bhupendra Bhaiya, BJP
37, Surkhi, Govind Singh Rajput, INC
38, Deori, Harsh Yadav, INC
39, Rehli, Gopal Bhargava, BJP
40, Naryoli (SC), Pradeep Lariya, BJP
41, Sagar, Shailendra Jain, BJP
42, Banda, Tarbar Singh, INC
43, Tikamgarh, Rakesh Giri, BJP
44, Jatara (SC), Harishankar Khatik, BJP
45, Prithvipur, Brajendra Singh Rathore, INC
46, Niwari, Anil Jain, BJP
47, Khargapur, Rahul Singh Lodhi, BJP
48, Maharajpur, Neeraj Vinod Dixit, INC
49, Chandla (SC), Rajesh Kumar Prajapati, BJP
50, Rajnagar, Vikram Singh, INC
51, Chhatarpur, Alok Chaturvedi, INC
52, Bijawar, Rajesh Shukla, SP
53, Malhara, Kunwar Pradyumna Singh Lodhi, INC
54, Pathariya, Rambai Govind Singh, BSP
55, Damoh, Rahul Singh, INC
56, Jabera, Dharmendra Bhav Singh Lodhi, BJP
57, Hatta (SC), Ramkali Tantuway, BJP
58, Pawai, Prahlad Lodhi, BJP
59, Gunnaor (SC), Shivdayal Bagri, INC
60, Panna, Brijendra Pratap Singh, BJP
61, Chitrakoot, Neelanshu Chaturvedi, INC
62, Raigaon (SC), Jugul Kishor Bagri, BJP
63, Satna, Dabbu Siddharth Sukhlal Kushwaha, INC
64, Nagod, Nagendra Singh, BJP
65, Maihar, Narayan Tripathi, BJP
66, Amarpatan, Ramkhelawan Patel, BJP
67, Rampur-Baghelan, Vikram Singh, BJP
68, Sirmour, Divyaraj Singh, BJP
69, Semariya, K.P. Tripathi, BJP
70, Teonthar, Shyam Lal Dwivedi, BJP
71, Mauganj, Pradeep Patel, BJP
72, Deotalab, Girish Gautam, BJP
73, Mangawan (SC), Panchu Lal Prajapati, BJP
74, Rewa, Rajendra Shukla, BJP
75, Gurh, Nagendra Singh, BJP
76, Churhat, Sharadendu Tiwari, BJP
77, Sidhi, Kedar Nath Shukla, BJP
78, Sihawal, Kamleshwar Patel, INC
79, Chitrangi (ST), Amar Singh, BJP
80, Singrauli, Ramlallu Vaishya, BJP
81, Devsar (SC), Subhash Ram Charitra, BJP
82, Dhauhani (ST), Kunwar Singh Tekam, BJP
83, Beohari (ST), Sharad Kol, BJP
84, Jaisingnagar (ST), Jaisingh Maravi, BJP
85, Jaitpur (ST), Manisha Singh, BJP
86, Kotma, Suneel Saraf, INC
87, Anuppur (ST), Bisahulal Singh, INC
88, Pushprajgarh (ST), Phundelal Singh Marko, INC
89, Bandhavgarh (ST), Shivnarayan Singh, BJP
90, Manpur (ST), Meena Singh, BJP
91, Barwara (ST), Vijayraghvendra Singh, INC
92, Vijayraghavgarh, Sanjay Satyendra Pathak, BJP
93, Murwara, Sandip Shree Prasad Jaiswal, BJP
94, Bahoriband, Pranay Prabhat Pandey, BJP
95, Patan, Ajay Vishnoi, BJP
96, Bargi, Sanjay Yadav, INC
97, Jabalpur East (SC), Lakhan Ghanghoriya, INC
98, Jabalpur North, Vinay Saxena, INC
99, Jabalpur Cantonment, Ashok Rohani, BJP
100, Jabalpur West, Tarun Bhanot, INC
101, Panagar, Sushil Kumar Tiwari, BJP
102, Sihora (ST), Nandni Maravi, BJP
103, Shahpura (ST), Bhoopendra Maravi, INC
104, Dindori (ST), Omkar Singh Markam, INC
105, Bichhiya (ST), Narayan Singh Patta, INC
106, Niwas (ST), Dr. Ashok Marskole, INC
107, Mandla (ST), Deosingh Saiyam, BJP
108, Baihar (ST), Sanjay Uikey, INC
109, Lanji, Hina Kaware, INC
110, Paraswada, Ram Kishor Nano Kawre, BJP
111, Balaghat, Gaurishankar Bisen, BJP
112, Waraseoni, Pradeep Jaiswal, Independent
113, Katangi, Tamlal Sahare, INC
114, Barghat (ST), Arjun Singh Kakodiya, INC
115, Seoni, Dinesh Rai Munmun, BJP
116, Keolari, Rakesh Pal Singh (politician), BJP
117, Lakhnadon (ST), Yogendra Singh, INC
118, Gotegaon (SC), N. P. Prajapati, INC
119, Narsingpur, Jalam Singh Patel, BJP
120, Tendukheda, Sanjay Sharma, INC
121, Gadarwara, Suneeta Patel, INC
122, Junnardeo (ST), Sunil Uikey, INC
123, Amarwara (ST), Kamlesh Pratap Shah, INC
124, Chourai, Choudhary Sujeet Mer Singh, INC
125, Saunsar, Vijay Revnath Chore, INC
126, Chhindwara, Deepak Saxena, INC
127, Parasia (SC), Sohanlal Balmik, INC
128, Pandhurna (ST), Nilesh Pusaram Uikey, INC
129, Multai, Sukhdev Panse, INC
130, Amla (SC), Dr. Yogesh Pandagre, BJP
131, Betul, Nilay Vinod Daga, INC
132, Ghoradongri (ST), Bramha Bhalavi, INC
133, Bhainsdehi (ST), Dharmu Singh Sirsam, INC
134, Timarni (ST), Sanjay Shah, BJP
135, Harda, Kamal Patel, BJP
136, Seoni-Malwa, Premshanker Kunjilal Verma, BJP
137, Hoshangabad, Dr. Sitasaran Sharma, BJP
138, Sohagpur, Vijaypal Singh, BJP
139, Pipariya (SC), Thakurdas Nagwanshi, BJP
140, Udaipura, Devendra Singh Patel, INC
141, Bhojpur, Surendra Patwa, BJP
142, Sanchi (SC), Dr. Prabhuram Choudhary, INC
143, Silwani, Rampal Singh, BJP
144, Vidisha, Shashank Bhargav, INC
145, Basoda, Leena Jain, BJP
146, Kurwai (SC), Hari Singh Sapre, BJP
147, Sironj, Umakant Sharma, BJP
148, Shamshabad, Rajshri Singh, BJP
149, Berasia (SC), Vishnu Khatri, BJP
150, Bhopal Uttar, Arif Aqueel, INC
151, Narela, Vishvas Sarang, BJP
152, Bhopal Dakshin-Paschim, P. C. Sharma, INC
153, Bhopal Madhya, Arif Masood, INC
154, Govindpura, Krishna Gaur, BJP
155, Huzur, Rameshwar Sharma, BJP
156, Budhni, Shivraj Singh Chouhan, BJP
157, Ashta (SC), Raghunath Singh Malviya, BJP
158, Ichhawar, Karan Singh Verma, BJP
159, Sehore, Sudesh Rai, BJP
160, Narsinghgarh, Rajyavardhan Singh, BJP
161, Biaora, Govardhan Dangi, INC
162, Rajgarh, Bapusingh Tanwar, INC
163, Khilchipur, Priyavrat Singh, INC
164, Sarangpur (SC), Kunwarji Kothar, BJP
165, Susner, Vikaram Singh Rana, Independent
166, Agar (SC), Manohar Untwal, BJP
167, Shajapur, Hukum Singh Karada, INC
168, Shujalpur, Inder Singh Parmar, BJP
169, Kalapipal, Kunal Choudhary, INC
170, Sonkatch (SC), Sajjan Singh Verma, INC
171, Dewas, Gayatri Raje Puar, BJP
172, Hatpipliya, Manoj Choudhary, INC
173, Khategaon, Aashish Govind Sharma, BJP
174, Bagli (ST), Pahad Singh Kannoje, BJP
175, Mandhata, Narayan Patel, INC
176, Harsud (ST), Kunwar Vijay Shah, BJP
177, Khandwa (SC), Devendra Verma, BJP
178, Pandhana (ST), Ram Dangore, BJP
179, Nepanagar (ST), Sumitra Devi Kasdekar, INC
180, Burhanpur, Thakur Surendra Singh Naval Singh, Independent
181, Bhikangaon (ST), Dr. Dhyansingh Solanki, INC
182, Barwah, Sachin Birla, INC
183, Maheshwar (SC), Dr. Vijayalaxmi Sadho, INC
184, Kasrawad, Sachin Yadav, INC
185, Khargone, Ravi Joshi, INC
186, Bhagwanpura (ST), Kedar Dawar, Independent
187, Sendhawa (ST), Gyarsilal Rawat, INC
188, Rajpur (ST), Bala Bachchan, INC
189, Pansemal (ST), Sushri Kirade, INC
190, Barwani (ST), Premsingh Patel, BJP
191, Alirajpur (ST), Mukesh Rawat, INC
192, Jobat (ST), Kalawati Bhuriya, INC
193, Jhabua (ST), Guman Singh Damor, BJP
194, Thandla (ST), Veer Singh Bhuriya, INC
195, Petlawad (ST), Val Singh Maida, INC
196, Sardarpur (ST), Pratap Grewal, INC
197, Gandhwani (ST), Umang Singhar, INC
198, Kukshi (ST), Surendra Singh Baghel, INC
199, Manawar (ST), Dr. Hiralal Alawa, INC
200,Dharampuri (ST),Panchilal Meda,INC
201,Dhar,Neena Vikram Verma,BJP
202,Badnawar,Rajvardhan Singh Dattigaon,INC
203,Depalpur,Vishal Jagdish Patel,INC
204,Indore-1,Sanjay Shukla,INC
205,Indore-2,Ramesh Mendola,BJP
206,Indore-3,Akash Vijayvargiya,BJP
207,Indore-4,Malini Gaur,BJP
208,Indore-5,Mahendra Hardia,BJP
209,Dr. Ambedkar Nagar-Mhow,Usha Thakur,BJP
210,Rau,Jitu Patwari,INC
211,Sanwer,Tulsi Silawat,INC
212,Nagda-Khachrod,Dilip Gurjar,INC
213,Mahidpur,Bahadursingh Chouhan,BJP
214,Tarana (SC),Mahesh Parmar,INC
215,Ghatiya (SC),Ramlal Malviya,INC
216,Ujjain North,Paras Chandra Jain,BJP
217,Ujjain South,Dr. Mohan Yadav,BJP
218,Badnagar,Murli Morwal,INC
219,Ratlam Rural (ST),Dilip Kumar Makwana,BJP
220,Ratlam City,Chetanya Kasyap,BJP
221,Sailana (ST),Harsh Gehlot,INC
222,Jaora,Rajendra Pandey,BJP
223,Alot (SC),Manoj Chawla,INC
224,Mandsour,Yashpal Singh Sisodia,BJP
225,Malhargarh (SC),Jagdish Dewda,BJP
226,Suwasra,Hardeep Singh Dang,INC
227,Garoth,Devilal Dhakad,BJP
228,Manasa,Anirudha Maroo,BJP
229,Neemuch,Dilip Singh Parihar,BJP
230,Jawad,Om Prakash Sakhlecha,BJP

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