Counting of votes in 28 assembly constituencies in Madhya Pradesh, where voting was held on November 3, will be held on Tuesday, November 10. Nearly 68% turnout was recorded in 28 seats in Madhya Pradesh where the results will decide the fate of the seven-month-old BJP government.
The stakes are high for the Congress too as it had sitting MLAs in 27 seats out of 28 in the state. Twenty-five of them had resigned early this year and joined the BJP after a rebellion by Jyotiraditya Scindia, leading to the collapse of the Kamal Nath Government.
They are now in the fray as BJP candidates, while in three other seats the by-election was necessitated due to the demise of the sitting legislators.
Exit polls have predicted favourable result for the BJP. According to India Today-Axis My India exit poll, the BJP government in Madhya Pradesh will survive as it projected the party to win 16-18 seats, and Congress is estimated to bag 10-12 of the total 28 seats that went to polls.
Here is the list of seats in Madhya Pradesh where bypolls were held:
Ashok Nagar (SC)
Counting to begin at 8 am
The counting will begin at 8 AM as per the Election Commission's COVID-19 guidelines which restrict the number of people who can be present in the counting halls, officials said, adding extensive measures have been taken to ensure social distancing.
Bihar Assembly Polls 2020 Live Updates
Bhalsingh - 184
Ramkisan Patel – 2671
Sumitra Devi Kasdekar - 4687
Devidas Bandekar - 153
Rajkumar - 63
Sanjay - 42
Tulsi Silawat ahead by 9554 votes
Silawat - 20151
Vikram singh- 277
Silawat's leads by 8238
Vipin Wankhede of Congress ahead of BJP candidate Manoj Uthwal by around 750 votes
BJP - 12472
Congress - 10742
BJP's Manoj Chaudhary ahead by 1730
Tulsi Silawat 15810
Tulsi Silawat ahead of 7026 votes
Second round trend:
Dhar - Badnavar 202
Rajwardhan Singh of BJP ahead by 5238 votes.
On Agar Malwa
Vipin Wankhede of Congress ahead of BJP candidate Manoj Uthwal by 1500 votes
On Sanwer seat
Tulsi Silawat ahead by 5668 votes
Tulsiram Silavat - 11307
Premchand Guddu - 5639
Vikram Singh Gehlot - 163
Shailesh Thagele - 26
Santosh Ratnakar - 15
Subhash Chauhan - 06
Deepak Matholia - 22
Devkaran Chauhan - 17
Nirmal Chauhan - 15
Premchand Guddu Wasiwal - 16
Mahendra Tikalia - 17
Rajesh Malaviya - 36
Shravan Deora - 44
Nota - 131
On Badnawar Seat:
Rajwardhan Singh Dattigaon of BJP is ahead of Congress candidate Kamal Patel by more than 5000 votes.
First round result
Akhand Pratap Singh -999
Pradyuman Singh Lodhi-3128
Ramsia Bharti -2070
Manish Kumar Jain-59
Taj Muhammad Qadri-12
Dayaram Yadav - 12
Digvijay Singh Rajput-12
Pushpendra Singh Thakur-31
Counting of votes in 58 assembly seats across 11 states
BJP candidate Tulsi Ram Silawat - 34589 votes
Congress candidate Premchand Guddu- 21873 votes
After 9th round of vote count, BJP canidate Tulsiram Silawat is leading with 16524 votes.
Nip and tuck affair in Agar
BJP candidate Manoj Untwal - 4593 votes
Congress candidate Vipin Vankhere- 4358 votes
BJP candidate Tulsi Silawat is leading with 20454 votes in 11th round of vote counting.
BJP wins Bamori
Mahendra Singh Sisodiya of BJP registers victory at the Bamori Constituency by 52584 votes.
Bhander Assembly Update:
BJP's Raksha Sironia - 52210
Phool Singh Baraiya of Congress - 51783
BJP now ahead with 427 votes
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has registered victory on 12 seats so far while leading on 7 Assembly seats. The Congress party has emerged victorious on five and is leading on the 4 seats.
BJP candidate Pradhuman Singh Tomar wins from Gwalior
Imarti Devi loses from Dabra
In a major setback for the Jyotiraditya Scindia camp, loyalist Imarti Devi has lost from the Dabra constituency in the Madhya Pradesh by-elections 2020.
BJP grabs Mehgaon
OPS Bhadoria of BJP stood victorious from Mehgaon constituency defeating Congress' Hemant Satyadev Katare by 10,116 votes.
SilaWATT JOLT FOR GUDDU
BJP leader Tulsiram Silawat emerged victorious on the Sanwer constituency defeating Congress' Premchand Guddu