Indore (Madhya Pradesh): BJP has won 25 out of 37 seats in the Indore division. Also, the saffron party has swept all the 9 seats in Indore district including Indore-1, Indore-2, Indore-3, Indore-4, Indore-5, Mhow, Rau, Sanwer and Depalpur.
Every single BJP leader from Indore - Kailash Vijayvargiya, Ramesh Mendola, Golu Shukla, Malini Gaur, Mahendra Hardiya, Usha Thakur, Madhu Verma and Tulsi Silawat have been chosen by the people of Indore.
'Seat Puller' Justifies Nickname
Kailash Vijayvargiya has never lost a single election in his political career. He won again from Indore-1 against the sitting MLA of Congress, Sanjay Shukla.
People of Indore not only showed their love through votes, but also by gathering at the residence of Vijayvargiya to celebrated and congratulate the leader.
Reactions Of Leaders On Trends
The trends sprouted mixed reactions from various political leaders from Indore district. Those from Bhartiya Janta Party, are celebrating and congratulating each other with huge gaiety. Shivraj Singh Chouhan has also flashed the victory sign.
Whereas, the Congress has accepted the defeat and showed belief in democracy.
BJP’s Malini Laxmansingh Gaur, the winner from Indore-4 has praised the magic created by Narendra Modi among the public and the welfare schemes launched by Shivraj Singh Chouhan during his tenure.
“BJP has won! We expected 150 seats in the entire state but the results have surprised us with 160+ seats. Public really blessed us! Credit goes to CM welfare schemes and Modi’s magic. Indore must get a ministerial berth in the new government.”
Former Minister of MP tourism & BJP MLA Usha Thakur who won from Dr. Ambedkar Nagar-Mhow also gave the credits of victory to Chouhan’s Ladli Behna Scheme. “Ladli Behna Yojna has given the biggest blessing to BJP,” she exclaimed.
State Congress chief Kamal Nath accepted the defeat and inability in understanding the voters' point of view.
Congress’s Sanjay Shukla seemed disheartened ever since the trends as most of the time, BJP was leading in 8 seats out of 9. He said, “I have no hopes now! We have lost the elections.”
Former minister Jitu Patwari, on the other hand said, “It is democracy. We will analyse out strengths and weaknesses, take 5 years to work on the same and will fight back in next elections.”
Status Of Madhya Pradesh
Out of 230 seats, BJP has 19 and is leading in 148 constituencies. Whereas, Indian national Congress has won 6 seats and is leading in 56 assembly constituencies. Talking about other parties, Bhartiya Adivasi Party has won 1 seat till now.