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MP Vidhan Sabha (Legislative Assembly) Election Result 2018

Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018 poll’s event, start from 2nd November 2018.

This tenure of MP legislative assembly is going to end on 7th January 2019. The two leading contestants playing the huge role in Madhya Pradesh Politics for several years. This tenure is running through Bhartiya Janta Party’s leader Shiv Raj Chauhan.

Madhya Pradesh has 230 seats in the assembly. SCs account for 15.51% of Madhya Pradesh’s population, according to the 2011 census.

STs have an 18.46% share. In the 230-member Madhya Pradesh assembly, 35 seats are reserved for SC candidates and 47 for STs. Madhya Pradesh is considered as heart state of the nation and performs on the mark in terms of Agri-produce and manufacturing sector.

It is expected that the election will be a reigning political battle between the current government Bhartiya Janta Party and with the most sought-after party Indian National Congress.

While the Shivraj Singh Chouhan government will try to win for the consecutive 4th term, the Indian National Congress will fight for winning the state after 2003.

Voting on all seats in Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018 on November 28, which is called the strong state of BJP, Shivraj Singh Chauhan will fight for his fourth term.

The efforts of current Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh are on its full, and a clear example can be seen in terms of “Sambal Yojana” in which hundreds and thousands of pending electricity bills had been waived off. Is that being social service? Or purchasing votes?

Present Status of 7th Legislative Assembly – Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018

Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018 Type – Unicameral

Assembly Term limits – 5 years

Assembly Leadership – Speaker, Deputy Speaker, Chief Minister (Leader of the House)  and Leader of the opposition.

Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018  Structure- Total 231 i.e. 230 Elected and 01 Nominated

EC Demonstrate Schedule For Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018

October 6th, EC scheduled polling date for Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018. In a press conference, Election Commission told about the polls events and their scheduled date. Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018 will conduct in a single phase.

Crucial Schedule For Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018

The Crucial dates start from 12th November 2018 and ending shall be same from other 4 states election on 13th December 2018. The poll events will go through the given dates.

Poll EventsDate
Gazette Notification Date02.11.2018
Nominations End Date09.11.2018
Scrutiny of Nominations12.11.2018
End date for Withdrawal of candidatures14.11.2018
Poll Date28.11.2018
Counting  and Result Date11.12.2018

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MP Vidhan Sabha Election Result 2018 Live Counting

List of MP Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018 Constituencies 

The list of Vidhan Sabha constituencies are given below, where Madhya Pradesh Election 2018 will be conducted:

Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018

List of 320 Assembly Constituencies

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SheopurDhauhaniJagdalpurTimarni
BijeypurDeosarKeslurHarda
SabalgarhSingrauliChitrakoteMultai
JouraBeohariDantewadaMasod
SumawaliUmariaKontaBhainsdehi
MorenaNowrozabadBijapurBetul
DimniJaisinghnagarNarayanpurGhora Dongri
AmbahKotmaMaroAmla
GohadAnuppurBemetaraBudhni
MehgaonSohagpurSajaIchhawar
AttairPushprajgarhDhamdhaAshta
BhindManendragarhDurgSehore
RonBaikunthpurBhilaiGovindpura
LaharPremnagarPatanBhopal South
GwaliorSurajpurGunderdehiBhopal North
Lashkar EastPalKherthaBerasia
Lashkar WestSamriBalodSanchi
MorarLundraDondi LoharaUdaipura
GirdPilkhaChowkiBareli
DabraAmbikapurKhujjiBhojpur
BhanderSitapurDongargaonKurwai
SeondhaBagichaRajnandgaonBasoda
DatiaJashpurDongargarhVidisha
KareraTapkaraKhairagarhShamshabad
PohriPathalgaonBirendranagarSironj
ShivpuriDharamjaigarhKawardhaBiaora
PichhoreLailungaBaiharNarsingarh
KolarasRaigarhLanjiSarangpur
GunaKharsiaKirnapurRajgarh
ChachauraSariaWaraseoniKhilchipur
RaghogarhSarangarhKhairlanjeeShujalpur
ShadoraRampurKatangiGulana
AshoknagarKatghoraBalaghatShajapur
MungaoliTanakharParaswadaAgar
BinaMarwahiNainpurSusner
KhuraiKotaMandlaTarana
BandaLormiBichhiaMahidpur
NaryaoliMungeliBajagKhachrod
SagarJarhagaonDindoriBadnagar
SurkhiTakhatpurShahpuraGhatiya
RehliBilaspurNiwasUjjain North
DeoriBilhaBargiUjjain South
NiwariMasturiPanagarDepalpur
JataraSipatJabalpur CantonmentMhow
KhargapurAkaltaraJabalpur EastIndore-I
TikamgarhPamgarhJabalpur CentralIndore-II
MalehraChampaJabalpur WestIndore-III
BijawarSaktiPatanIndore-IV
ChhatarpurMalkharodaMajholiIndore-V
MaharajpurChandrapurSihoraSawer
ChandlaRaipur TownBahoribandDewas
NohataRaipur RuralMurwaraSonkatch
DamohAbhanpurBadwaraHatpipalya
PathariaMandirhasodVijairaghogarhBagli
HattaArangGadarwaraKhategaon
PannaDharsiwaBohaniHarsud
AmanganjBhataparaNarsimhapurNimarkhedi
PawaiBaloda BazarGotegaonPandhana
MaiharPalariLakhanadonKhandwa
NagodKasdolGhansorNepanagar
RaigaonBhatgaonKeolariShahpur
ChitrakootSaraipaliBarghatBurhanpur
SatnaBasnaSeoniBhikangaon
Rampur BaghelanKhallariJamaiBarwaha
AmarpatanMahasamundChhindwaraMaheshwar
RewaRajimParasiaKasrawad
GurhBindranawagarhDamuaKhargone
MangawanSihawaAmarwaraDhulkot
SirmaurKurudChauraiSendhwa
TeontharDhamtariSausarAnjad
DeotalabBhanupratappurPandhurnaRajpur
MauganjKankerPipariaBarwani
ChurahatKeskalHoshangabadManawar
SidhiKondagaonItarsiDharampuri
GopadbanasBhanpuriSeoni-MalwaDhar
BadnawarJhabuaJaoraSailana
SardarpurPetlawadAlotSitamau
KukshiThandlaManasaMandsaur
AlirajpurRatlam TownGarothNeemuch
JobatRatlam RuralSuwasaraJawad

History of Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha

The historical backdrop of the Madhya Pradesh governing body can be followed back to 1913, as the Central Provinces Legislative Council was shaped on 8 November of this current year.

Afterward, the Government of India Act, 1935 accommodated the chose Central Provinces Legislative Assembly. The first-ever elections to the Central Provinces Legislative Assembly were held in 1937.

After the Independence of India in 1947, the recent territory of Central Provinces and Berar, alongside various royal states converged with the Indian Union, turned into another state, Madhya Pradesh. The number of the authoritative assembly of this state was 184.

The present-day Madhya Pradesh state appeared on 1 November 1956 after the rearrangement of states. It was made by combining the past Madhya Pradesh, Madhya Bharat, Vindhya Pradesh, and Bhopal states.

The qualities of the administrative congregations of Madhya Bharat, Vindhya Pradesh, and Bhopal were 79, 48 and 23 separately. On 1 November 1956, the legislative assemblies of every one of the four past states were additionally converged to frame the rearranged Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha.

The residency of this first Vidhan Sabha was short, and it was dismissed on 5 March 1957.

The First ever elections to the Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha were held in 1957 and the second Vidhan Sabha was established on 1 April 1957. At first, the number of the Vidhan Sabha was 288, which was later improved to 321, including one nominated part.

On 1 November 2000, another state, Chhattisgarh, was cut out of Madhya Pradesh state. Subsequently, the number of the Vidhan Sabha was decreased to 231, including the nominated member. The present house, the fourteenth Vidhan Sabha, was established on 11 December 2013.

Prime facts about the Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha election 2018

Here, I’m mentioning some prime and auxiliary points. You should acknowledge of it, to know about the functionalities of EC for Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018.

  • Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018 has total numbers of 230 assembly constituencies.
  • 35 assembly constituencies reserved for the SC’s candidate.
  • 47 assembly constituencies have reserved for the St’s candidate.
  • 2,62,56,157 male voter will lock the destiny of Candidates.
  • 2,40,76,693 are female voters.1,410 are third gender voters. 59,826 are service persons.
  • To conduct the free fair election, Madhya Pradesh planned 65,341 polling stations for the assembly elections.
  • 17,036 polling stations will assist in conducting the election in the Urban areas.
  • 48,305 polling stations will cover rural people’s vote.
  • The majority to lead next tenure is 116 assembly constituencies.

Issues in Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018 and Major Political Parties Manifesto

In Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018 major national – regional state political parties are:-

BJP – Bharatiya Janata Party

BSP – Bahujan Samaj Party

CPI – Communist Party of India

CPM – Communist Party of India (Marxist)

INC– Indian National Congress

NCP – Nationalist Congress Party

RJD – Rashtriya Janata Dal

SP – Samajwadi Party

AIFB – All India Forward Bloc 10

JD(S) – Janata Dal (Secular)

JD(U) – Janata Dal (United) 13.

JMM – Jharkhand Mukti Morcha 14.

RLD – Rashtriya Lok Dal

SHS – Shivsena

Perhaps for the first time in the Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018  history, the election commission is keeping an eye on the manifesto.

The election commission will keep an eye upon the claims provided by the political parties and look after any kind of misleading or undeniable promises by major rulers or by political parties.

Though there is not any decided punishment on any kind of penalty regarding false manifesto rather than the election commission will just submit a report upon any kind of false claims or misleading promises.

Political parties should avoid making those promises which are likely to violate the terms and fair practices. It is expected that the manifesto also reflects the rationale for promises has broadly kept a check upon financial expenditures of these parties.

In Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha, issues like Vyapam and other government-related issues are always on fire as Indian National Congress opposes BJP backed up by these issues and BJP always tackle these claims by passing up through other entities and the cycle continues.

Madhya Pradesh – MP  Vidhan Sabha Election Result 2013 

mp vidhan sabha election 2018 resultAs B.J.P. won 166 seats in the Madhya Pradesh assembly election 2013 and form a government. Indian National Congress got 57 assembly constituencies. B.S.P. candidates took charge of 4 assembly constituencies whereas Independents 2 seats.

Budhni Legislative Assembly(Vidhan Sabha) Result 2013

Budhni is the home constituency of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan. This seat came to existence in 1957. There were 15 elections in Budhni. In these 15 elections, the BJP has won 6 times and Congress has won 5 times. Congress won the seat for the last time in 1998.

State Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan is the MLA from here since 2006. In the 2013 election, Shivraj Singh Chauhan defeated Congress’s Mahendra Singh Chauhan with more than 84000 votes.

Shivraj won 128730 votes in the elections. While Mahendra Singh Chauhan got 43925 votes. Shivraj Singh Chauhan won the 2008 election too. Shivraj Singh Chauhan got 75828 votes in this election. Congress MP Mahesh Singh Rajput got 34,303 votes.

Even in Madhya Pradesh, which is called the strong state of BJP, Shivraj Singh Chauhan will fight for his fourth term.

Status- Result of Sumawally and Shajapur Vidhan Sabha Election 2013

There will be a triangular contest on the Sumawally assembly seat of Murray district of Madhya Pradesh because no party has ever been able to control this seat. However, this seat is currently in the possession of BJP.

MLA Satyapal Singh is a Sikarwar. In the 2013 elections, he was successful in winning 61557 votes. Here he gave a tough fight to BSP’s Ajab Singh Kushwaha and Kushwaha got him 47481 votes.

There are about 2 lakh voters in the Shajapur assembly seat. Shajapur seat used to be the seat of the Congress. Hukum Singh Karada of Congress has been an MLA for 25 consecutive years here. But now Arun Bhimavad MLA of BJP is here.

He defeated Congress veteran Hukum Singh Karada in the 2013 election. Arun Bhimavad got 76911 votes while Congress’s Hukum Singh got 74973 votes. Hukum Singh Karada of Congress won the 2008 election.

He defeated BJP’s JP Mandlai with more than 9000 votes. Hukum Singh got 68565 votes in this election, while JP Mandloi got 58903 votes.

Ichhavar Legislative Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Result 2013

The Ichhavar Assembly seat is the BJP’s stronghold, though it had lost its defeat in the Vidhan Sabha election 2013. The  Congress candidate Shailendra Ramesh Chandra Patel defeated BJP’s Karan Singh Kanhaiyalal with just 744 votes.

In the other hand Vidhan Sabha election 2008, BJP’s Karan Singh Verma defeated Dr. Balvir Tomar of Congress with over 18,000 votes.  Karan Singh Tomar got 50129 votes, while Dr. Balvir Tomar got 31977 votes.

Bhagwanpura Legislative Assembly(Vidhan Sabha) Result 2013

Bhagwanpura assembly seat is reserved for Scheduled Tribes. The seat is currently occupied by the Congress. Vijay Singh Solanki is the MLA here. There is a total of 2 lakh 30 thousand 780 voters.

The number of tribal communities in Bhagwanpura is highest. Here the tribal voter does the future of the candidates in the election. Here, in the last two elections, if the public won a BJP candidate once, then the next time Congress candidate.

Astha Legislative Assembly(Vidhan Sabha) Result 2013

Astha assembly seat is reserved for Scheduled Castes. This assembly constituency covers 360 villages. This seat is the BJP’s stronghold. In the last 6 elections, BJP has won the seat only. Congress won the seat in 1985 for the last time.

There are about 2 lakh 47 thousand voters here. Currently, BJP is in possession of this seat. Ranjeet Singh Gunvan is the MLA here. In the 2013 election, Ranjit Singh Gunavya defeated Gopal Singh Engineer of Congress with more than 5000 votes.

Ranjit Singh where 84252 Votes were received, while Gopal Singh Engineer got 78748 votes. In the 2008 election, Ranjeet Singh Gunawane also won. He defeated Congress Gopal Singh Engineer of more than 16 thousand votes.

Will Shiv Raj Chauhan Re-Win And Govern Next Tenure?

The survey reports couldn’t find worthy this time for the Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018. The reports show a big difference amid several survey reports. But it is not auxiliary for the little parties and contestants.

Because the survey reports have expressed, one will get a chance from two big parties, to work as incumbency.

There is a big chance to win this tenure through the incumbency party B.J.P.  However, the opponent or anti-incumbency seats will fill through the Indian National Congress.

The recent opinion polls, predict to win B.J.P. by 127 seats. This means it will remain in incumbency afterward Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018.

Indian National Congress will take charge of 97 assembly constituencies of Madhya Pradesh.  The remnant seats will bag through other contestants.  

Probably, vote share will distribute as the given below:

  • 57% will get through Bhartiya Janta Party.
  • 33% will bag through the Indian National Congress.
  • The remnant will distribute in several contestant and small parties.

MP Vidhan Sabha Election Exit Poll Result 2018: India TV, ABP News Nation, IBC 24

mp vidhan sabha election result 2018

Though the battle is very intense this year, the weight of BJP is looking more stable. The previous results and the free electricity provided by representatives and other seat seekers in the state is probably a game changer.

A lot of people appraising CM Shivraj for his Sambal yojana and showing great respect.

But we cannot deny the undeniable efforts by Congress and other parties. Congress has been preparing for 2018 from a while now and it’s looking like they been executing their shots one by one to give maximum impact.

And also, Rafael, Vyapam, and etc. are some names of irreversible strains upon BJP flag which will ultimately affect their position.

The efforts of current Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh are on its full, and a clear example can be seen in terms of “Sambal Yojana” in which hundreds and thousands of pending electricity bills had been waived off.

Is that being social service? Or purchasing votes?

To conclude this, we will say this year is a 50-50 battle as both parties having the approximately equal number of pros and cons to living by.

So, all we can expect is a pure battle of election and moreover “Raajneeti”.

    Updated: December 10, 2018 — 6:12 pm

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