Election Commission imposed Model Code of Conduct, afterward scheduling Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha election 2018 date.
On the Saturday evening of October 6th, 2018, Election Commission announced polls dates for Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha election 2018. Afterward, the announcement of Chhattisgarh assembly election polls date. EC imposed Model Code of Conduct in the State for 72 hours. As this tenure of Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly ends on January 05’ 2019.
In the press conference Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) O. P. Rawat announced the schedule of all five states assembly elections. Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Telangana, and Mizoram are five states.
These five states will get new legislative assembly term in the last of the year 2018. The Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan governed by Bhartiya Janta party. Congress is ruling in Mizoram, while TRS in Telangana State.
The Chhattisgarh State also count for unicameral state legislature of India. The Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha or the Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly is becoming one body situated in Raipur. The Raipur is city and capital of the Chhattisgarh State.
Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha has total 91 Members of Legislative Assembly. 90 M.L.A. are elected directly from the single-seat constituencies. The one M.L.A. nominated from the Anglo- Indian Community.
History of Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha
Chhattisgarh is a fabulous and prominent state has a lengthy and vibrant political history in the country. The separation demand of Chhattisgarh State has risen before many decades as early as 1920. However, this demand was put in the Lok Sabha very first time in 1998. INC and BJP support a demand.
The Bhartiya Janta Party was leading as Union Government in 1998 and drafted a new demand bill called Chhattisgarh state in Madhya Pradesh Assembly. The formation based on bisection of Madhya Pradesh state. The Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha was formatted to build on the 16 South-eastern districts of Madhya Pradesh. These 16 southeastern districts people had same Chhattisgarhi Doric as their main Doric too.
Approval of Separate Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha Bill
The proposal was concordantly approved by the Madhya Pradesh Assembly without any interference, afterward making some modifications to the Bill. However, after collapsing of the 12th Lok Sabha, held a fresh general election in 1998. This is the first time when BJP got a chance to govern the country. NDA which stands for National Democratic Alliance. NDA (BJP) after getting the opportunity to lead India from its center. BJP redrafted the bill with a new name. Further which known as Separate Chhattisgarh Bill. The Separate Chhattisgarh Bill was re-again approved concordantly in Madhya Pradesh Assembly. And then it reached to Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. It got the approval from both bodies of Central Governance. And then the separate Bill, created into the Madhya Pradesh Reorganization Act 2000.
Approval of Madhya Pradesh Reorganization Act 2000
MP Reorganization Act 2000 approved by the President of India on 25th August 2000. Since 1st November 2000 Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha created as a new state in India.
Well, in Raipur Chhattisgarh Assembly first session was held. After construction of new Vidhan Bhawan building, Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha shifted to this building. Chhattisgarh assembly calls in for Monsoon, Winter, and Budget sessions.
Numbers of Districts and Political Parties
Afterward, the peaceable formation of Chhattisgarh State. Chattisgarh has become the 26th State of India on November 1st, 2000. On the same day of State separation. Both States’s bodies took charges and responsibilities for the equivalent and lawful governance of the State. Currently, this State is one unit of 27 districts. This State has many seats of prime political parties. Furthermore, it contributes to the National level politics too. However, politics of Chhatisgarh is merely a sector for prime political parties of Nation.
These parties are countable through one hand fingers only. The prime political parties are INC – Indian Congress, BJP- Bhartiya Janta Party and BSP – Bahujan Samaj Party. Current tenure is governing through the BJP. This time too, BJP got a majority in Chattisgarh legislative assembly. So, it is governing the State. However, the last incumbent was INC.
Both BJP and INC play a crucial role in Chhattisgarh politics. Dr. Raman Singh is the current C.M. of the State. However, Ajit Jogi being the first chief minister when the state formatted in 2000. Governor of this State is merely ceremonial head otherwise Chief Minister has entire power of State and its governance.
Know how Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha election 2018 will conduct?
Chhattisgarh is a wonderful state for the living. Even some parts of Chhattisgarh is Naxal affected. Chhattisgarh consists of 90 assembly constituencies. Reservation seats are also included in the 90 assembly constituencies. 10 numbers of seats are reserved for SC, and 29 for the ST. Chhattisgarh has a total number of electors as per draft electoral rolls are 1,81,80422. The final Electoral rolls have published on 27th September 2018. The electoral rolls are 1,85,45,819 now.
Mere 0.25% people will get discount to vote without having Voter id, however, their name should enroll in the list. Chhattisgarh enhances with 10.34% in making Polling stations from the last term and had 21,418 polling stations in 2013-14. But, this time Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha election 2018 will poll through 23,632 polling stations.
Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha election 2018 polls event will accomplish in two phase.
The Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha election 2018 will be held in two phase. The first phase, of elections, will be held in mere 18 assembly constituencies. And the second phase will be held for 72 assembly constituencies.
Detail of First Phase Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha election 2018.
Elections for Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018 scheduled to conduct. The first phase of Chhattisgarh election starts from October 16’ 2018 and shall be accomplished till December 13’ 2018.
This election will accomplish in two phases. First will cover 18 seats of South Chhattisgarh. The first phase will conduct on November 12’ 2018.
The second phase covers the remaining seats of North Chhattisgarh. North Chhattisgarh have total 78 seats. Second Phase voting will take place on November 20’ 2018.
The complete schedule of Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018 is as:
|Gazette Notification Issuing date||16.10.2018|
|Nominations Last Date||23.10.2018|
|Scrutiny of Nominations||24.10.2018|
|Withdrawal of candidatures Last Date||26.10.2018|
|Counting – Result Date||11.12.2018 (TUESDAY)|
The first phase polls will conduct for the Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018 constituencies given below.
Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018
List of Constituency for Phase- I
Total 18 Assembly Constituencies
|Dongagarg (SC)||Antagarh (ST)|
|Rajnand Gaon||Bhanupratap pur (ST)|
|Mohla-Manpur (ST)||Kondagaon (ST)|
|Antagarh (ST)||Naryanpur (ST)|
|Bhanupratap pur (ST)||Bastar (ST)|
|Rajnand Gaon||BIjapur (ST)|
Remaining seats from 1 to 72 assembly constituencies will lock by the second phase of the election.
Detail of Phase-II Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha election 2018.
The second phase of Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018 starts from October 26th. Details are as:
|Gazette Notification Issuing date||26.10.2018|
|Last Date of Nominations||02.11.2018|
|Scrutiny of Nominations||03.11.2018|
|Last Date Withdrawal of candidatures||05.11.2018|
|Counting – Result Date||11.12.2018 (TUESDAY)|
Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018
Constituency for Phase- II
Total 72 Assembly Constituencies
|Samri (ST)||Ramanujganj (ST)|
|Lundra (ST)||Rampur (ST)|
|Lailunga (ST)||Baloda Bazar|
|Sarangarh (SC)||Saraipali (SC)|
|Pali-Tanakhar (ST)||Bilaigarh (SC)|
|Raipur Rural||Bindranawagarh (ST)|
|Raipur City West||Sihawa (ST)|
|Raipur City North||Dhamtari|
|Raipur City South||Sanjari Balod|
|Arang (SC)||Dondi Lohara (ST)|
|Bhilai Nagar||Nawagarh (SC)|
Prime Political Issues of Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018
Maoist Dominance – The first issue is Maoist dominance, which fends development of State. Because Chhattisgarh is Maoist affected State. Thousands of people have to lose their life due to huge violence make by Maoist. Merely 9 districts are safe from Maoist dominance. But, it is a victory point for the government. Now, Raman Singh Government has taken strong and proficient actions with the Maoist threat.
Benefits for backward and tribals – Development of the financially feeble sections is of extreme concern for every party. Parties are promising not to set only primary education center for the tribal and backward cast. However, also making an object to give higher education, for aspiring backward.
Inflation – The Bhartiya Janta Party during its campaign focused on the problem of inflation. Mainly keep their eagle eye, and super hand to dilute sublimate price of Foods and other key substances too.
Chhattisgarh Assembly Elections Result in 2013
The very previous result of Chhattisgarh Assembly election 2013 announced on December 8, 2013. That was being a part of interesting results. The Congress had to lose three states in once. These three states are Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and Delhi, where the Congress suffered a big defeat from BJP.
The Chhattisgarh had two prime players, where BJP got 49 seats. And BJP became incumbent Party for Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha. Congress got 39 seats while 2 remnant seats grabbed by other parties.
The comparison shows from the previous election in 2008. BJP has also faced a shortage of 3 seats, while Congress got benefits of 3 more seats in 2013 to compare 2008. C.M. Raman Singh made a record of a hat-trick for the post of Chief Minister.
More Than 70% Chhattisgarh Voter Have Used Their Rights- Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha First Phase Election 2018
The Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018 has held in two phases. First phase voting held for 18 seat out of 90 seats of Chhattisgarh state. In which 12 seats were reserved for ST and SC’s candidates. Almost 70% of voter turnout locked their votes in the first phase of Chhattisgarh election. 58.55% voter turned out as registered voter till the 5.30 p.m. District wise voting percentage recorded for Kondagaon 63.51%., 62% in Kanker, 58% in Bastar. As well as 70.14 in Kahiragarh, 71% in Donagarh, 72% in the Khujji constituency.
Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha (Assembly) Second phase poll took place on November 20th 2018 increasing with 2%.
The second phase of Chhattisgarh Assembly Election turnout 72% voters. The second phase held for 72 constituencies. Long rows found in many spots of State. Some regions staff had to work for long hours till 8 pm or 9 too due long rows. Due to some technical issues in EVM, the staff had to get voting data till 1 am. At last EC Office predict, the Final Countdown and voting data will avail by Wednesday evening. In 2013, the voting percentage was 77.13%.
EC Subrat Sahu said the polls were started from 8 a.m. and end at 3 pm in Brindanawagarh constituency. Voter groups conveyed through Helicopter in four polling booth of Gariyandabad and Balrampur. Ammamora and Aor were the most moist affected place of Gariyanda bad region, where the poll percentage is 82% and 82.5%. The Dunda polling booth remained till 7:45 p.m. Matrhpurena also remain till 8 p.m. Rajim, Abhanpur and many spot staff had to work long hours due to the high percentage of Farmers.
Rural Exclaimed To Vote In Three Polling Booth
In the polling booth Parvapali of Barindanvavgarh constituency of Gariandbad district. Rural voter didn’t vote, due to not getting a road under the Prime Minister’s scheme. And booth no.217 and 20 didn’t lock any vote of Jhanjgeer Chapa and Bagrel or Karoba districts.
EC Didn’t Discount Anyone In Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018
Station Incharge of Gaurella S.S. Sori, Amit Patle of Pendra Police Station live attached. Due to negligence in discharging their duties. Presiding Officer Surendra Kumar Mandvi and Kamal Kishore Tiwari didn’t work as staff due to the violation.
Prediction Of Two Main Elements Of Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018
C.M. Dr. Raman Singh said; The good percentage of voting in the second phase have expressed the victory of BJP. The Congress has an old habit of allegations of mischief of EVM, they take barrier of EVM at losing.
Anti-incumbency leader T.S. Singh Dev said; Big voting gave a clear sign of changing. And he also claimed that the Congress will make the government with 2/3 majority. It is clear from the absence of paddy in the committees. That the people are relying on the Congress.
Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018 Opinion Poll : ABP News, India TV
The opinion poll for Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018 is fascinating. The Opinion poll taking, the same name to win this time too. That’s not other than Raman Singh. It’s noted the Raman Singh will sit Fourth time on Chief Ministerial seat.
The Chhattisgarh state has two runners, INC and BJP. But, this time Jogi going made suffering for Congress. Mr. Jogi made the alliance with BSP to lead this election. Hereupon, reports predict BJP will win and sweep the election. BJP will increase seat and touch 55 constituencies this time. Congress will have to shorten their list with only 25 candidates. BSP-Jogi alliance may keep 10 members this time.
BSP –JCC Alliance andAgreement: Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018
According to BSP and JCC agreement, BSP will lead in 35 seats only. And JCC will stand on 55 constituencies. The prime issue which can obtain vote is unemployment, drainage, and sanitation. Hereupon, BSP and JCC alliance have successfully done, the Congress is still working out a plan to woo the SC voters.
The voting gap has increased by 5% amid BJP-INC after 15 years, due to the alliance of BSP-JCC. It is presuming that the BSP- JCC alliance strategy will get success and may draw near 10 seats. This is tough for the BJP and the Congress.
The planner and strategy maker of Congress said that; Jogi may do visit and organize rallies to 4 or 5 prime Chattisgarh constituencies out 14 seats. These seats have a huge amount of SC voters. This is believing to big harm for BJP as it has nine out of 10 SC seats. Congress is also bad condition due to the reduction of provincial leadership. So, it would not shine this time too. The shortage will also make an issue in setting dominant challenge against parties.
Why Raman Singh has more chance to win?
Dr. Raman Singh who has been incumbent since 2003, is continuing to re-win in his State. Despite opposition and 3 times anti-incumbency too. He could be sitting on the Chief ministerial seat this time too. As considering Shivraj Singh Chauhan. This time, Raman Singh making more efforts on 29 tribals seats, where BJP didn’t do fine in previous elections.
Have a glance at some other sources.
NDTV Opinion poll said BJP will get 39 seats while Congress will win with 47 and other will bag 4 seats.
ABP News predicted 47 seats for Congress, and BJP will have to see failure this time. Remnant seat will fill by other parties.
News Nation survey report suggests 45 seats for the BJP. And merely 38 for Congress and 07 seats for others political parties.