Madhya Pradesh Lok Sabha Election Results: Early trends show BJP ahead on 28 seats

New Delhi, News Nation Bureau | Updated : 23 May 2019, 08:48 PM

The counting of votes for the high-stakes Lok Sabha elections is currently underway, bringing the performance of the ruling Congress in the two states of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh under close scrutiny. The counting of votes will begin at 8 am and the first trends are expected by around 10 am.  

While the Congress is buoyed by the victories in assembly polls in the last year last year, exit polls have predicted a dominance of the saffron party in both the states.

According to News Nation exit poll, the BJP is expected to win 23 of the 29 seats in Madhya Pradesh and seven of the 11 seats in Chhattisgarh. The Congress is likely to win the remaining six and four states in the two states respectively.

Here are the LIVE updates on the counting of votes for the Lok Sabha elections 2019 in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh:

Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh Lok Sabha Election Results 2019 Live Updates:
  May 23, 2019  20:41 (IST)
Constituency Winnner/Leading Party
Balaghat Dr Dhal Singh Bisen BJP
Betul Durga Das Uikey BJP
Bhind Sandhya Ray BJP
Bhopal  Pragya Singh Thakur BJP
Chhindwara Nakul Kamal Nath INC
Damoh Prahlad Singh Patel BJP
Dewas  Mahendra Singh Solanky BJP
Dhar Chattarsingh Darbar BJP
Guna  K P Yadav BJP
Gwalior Vivek Narayan Shejwalkar BJP
Hoshangabad Uday Pratap Singh BJP
Indore Shankar Lalwani BJP
Jabalpur Rakesh Singh BJP
Khajuraho V D Sharma  BJP
Khandwa Nandkumar Singh Chouhan BJP
Khargone Gajendra Umrao Singh Patel BJP
Mandla Faggan Singh Kulaste BJP
Mandsour Sudheer Gupta BJP
Morena Narendra Singh Tomar BJP
Rajgarh Rodmal Nagar BJP
Ratlam Guman Singh Damor BJP
Rewa Janardan Mishra BJP
Sagar Rajbahadur Singh BJP
Satna Ganesh Singh BJP
Shahdol Himadri Singh BJP
Sidhi Riti Pathak BJP
Tikamgarh Dr Virendra Kumar BJP
Ujjain Anil Firojiya BJP
Vidisha Ramakant Bhargava BJP

 

  May 23, 2019  19:07 (IST)

BJP's Anil Firojiya defeats Congress candidate Babulal Malviya in Madhya Pradesh's Ujjain by 3,65,637 votes.

  May 23, 2019  19:01 (IST)

BJP's Gajendra Patel defeats Congress candidate Govind Muzaalda in Madhya Pradesh's Khargone by 2,02,510 votes.

  May 23, 2019  18:58 (IST)

Congress candidate and Kamal Nath's son Nakul Nath defeats BJP's Nathan Shah in Madhya Pradesh's Chhindwara by 37,536 votes.  

  May 23, 2019  16:17 (IST)

BJP's Vishnu Dutt Sharma was leading by 4,29,857 votes over Congress' Kavita Singh in Khajuraho.

  May 23, 2019  16:17 (IST)

In Morena, Union minister Narendra Singh Tomar was leading by 27,849 votes over Congress' Ramniwas Rawat.

  May 23, 2019  16:17 (IST)

In Rajgarh, Congress' Mona Sustani was trailing by 3,97,395 votes against sitting BJP MP Rodmal Nagar.

  May 23, 2019  16:16 (IST)

Adding to the series of setbacks the Congress faced in the Lok Sabha election results, its prominent candidate Jyotiraditya Scindia is set to lose in his traditional Parliamentary constituency Guna against BJP's K P Yadav. 

As per the latest updates by the Election Commission, Scindia had managed to garner 4,11,396 votes against Yadav who got 5,34,438 votes.

  May 23, 2019  10:49 (IST)

Chhattisgarh: BJP - 9, Congress - 2

  May 23, 2019  10:09 (IST)

Early trends show BJP is leading on 28 of the 29 seats in Madhya Pradesh. Congress is leading on 1 seat. 

  May 23, 2019  09:44 (IST)

Sadhvi Pragya Thakur is still leading against Digvijaya Singh in Bhopal. 

  May 23, 2019  09:33 (IST)

Congress candidate Nakul Nath, son of CM Kamal Nath, is ahead of BJP's Nathanshah Kawreti in Chhindwara seat by a margin of 1,520 votes.

  May 23, 2019  09:33 (IST)

BJP's Krishna Pal Singh Yadav is leading by a margin of 1165 votes against Congress' Jyotiraditya Scindia from Guna.

  May 23, 2019  09:33 (IST)

BJP's Pragya Singh Thakur is leading against Congress' Digvijay Singh by a margin of 3,105 votes in Bhopal Lok Sabha seat of Madhya Pradesh, as per initial trends.

  May 23, 2019  09:25 (IST)

Chhattisgarh Lok Sabha Election Results (11 seats): BJP - 6 seats, Congress - 5 seats 

  May 23, 2019  09:13 (IST)

Madhya Pradesh Lok Sabha Election Results 2019 (25/29 seats): BJP+: 22 seats, Congress+: 3 seats

  May 23, 2019  09:04 (IST)

Madhya Pradesh (25/29 seats): Early trends show BJP ahead on 21  seats, Congress on four

  May 23, 2019  08:48 (IST)

Chhattisgarh (8/11 seats): BJP leading on four seats, Congress leading on four seats. 

  May 23, 2019  08:45 (IST)

Madhya Pradesh: Early trends show BJP leading on 11 of the 29 seats while Congress is leading on four seats. 

  May 23, 2019  08:30 (IST)

BJP candidate Sadhvi Pragya is leading from Bhopal against COngress leader Digvijaya Singh. 

  May 23, 2019  08:11 (IST)

The early trends show the NDA leading on 18 seats while the Congress is leading on five seats. These are the counts based on postal ballot counting. 

  May 23, 2019  08:03 (IST)

First trends are expected anytime soon. Over 16 lakh postal ballots which the Election Commission has called a "sheer count" are being counted first.  

  May 23, 2019  07:37 (IST)

The Election Commission is sticking to its plan of counting the paper trail machines slips at the end of counts and not in the beginning as demanded by opposition parties. The Commission is also learnt to have decided to count postal ballots simultaneously with Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) count due to the "sheer size" of the ballots received this time from service voters.

  May 23, 2019  07:17 (IST)

The Election Commission is learnt to have stuck to its plan of counting the paper trail machines slips at the end of counts and not in the beginning as demanded by opposition parties.
The Commission is also learnt to have decided to count postal ballots simultaneously with Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) count due to the "sheer size" of the ballots received this time from service voters.

  May 23, 2019  07:02 (IST)

In the last three Lok Sabha polls since 2004, the BJP won 10 out of 11 seats in Chhattisgarh.

  May 23, 2019  06:58 (IST)

If exit polls are anything to go by, the Congress will fail to capitalise on the gains it made in the 2018 assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. 

  May 23, 2019  06:33 (IST)

The Bhopal Lok Sabha seat saw one of the most keenly watched contest between Congress veteran Digvijay Singh and Hindutva activist and 2008 Malegaon blast case accused Pragya Singh Thakur.

  May 23, 2019  06:33 (IST)

The counting of votes for the 29 Lok Sabha seats in the state will be held from 8 am on Thursday in 292 halls across 51 district headquarters. Given the number of candidates and counting rounds, the first result may start coming in by 10 am. 

  May 23, 2019  06:20 (IST)

EVMs will be brought to the counting tables for counting after the ballot votes.

  May 23, 2019  06:18 (IST)

The counting of votes will begin at 8 am in both the states while the first trends can be expected by 10 am. 

First Published: Wednesday, May 22, 2019 11:10 PM
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