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  • BJP is leading in 21 out of 28 seats, Congress in 6 and BSP in 1 seat.

Counting of votes in the by-elections on 28 assembly seats in 19 districts of the state continues. The picture has been cleared to a great extent. BJP is ahead in 21 seats and Congress in 6 seats, while BSP is ahead in 1 seat (Morena). BJP’s lotus is seen in the trends so far. Chief Minister Shivraj tweeted at 12.45 pm that the public has once again decided to entrust the responsibility of Madhya Pradesh to the BJP for development and public welfare.

Meanwhile, at 1.30 pm, Kamal Nath left the state Congress office after the picture was clear in the trends. The media persons there tried to talk to him. But, he did not talk to anyone. Earlier, when Kamal Nath came to the office, he said that everything would be cleared in an hour. He also went to see Hanuman temple in the morning.

Seeing the defeat of the Congress in the trends, Kamal Nath left the PCC office at around 1.30 pm.

Seeing the defeat of the Congress in the trends, Kamal Nath left the PCC office at around 1.30 pm.

BJP shocked in Morena

BJP has suffered a setback in Morena. BJP is trailing in 4 out of 5 seats of Morena under the influence of Jyotiraditya and Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar. The BSP is also seen hitting the ground in one seat here. BSP candidate Ramprakash Rajouri has taken the lead from Morena seat. In this seat, Congress is second and BJP is third. During the election campaign here, Chief Minister Shivraj said in a rally in the presence of Narendra Singh Tomar that the MP of your region is Narendra Singh Tomar. He sits next to Narendra Modi. Therefore, it is necessary for the BJP candidate to win here. Narendra Singh Tomar rallied here 7 times during the appellation.

Former minister Tulsiram showing sign of Silavat Victory.

Former minister Tulsiram showing sign of Silavat Victory.

2 ministers behind, BJP ahead in 3 seats of Gwalior

Apart from Scindia camp minister Girraj Dandotia, Andal Singh Kanshana is trailing. Former ministers Tulsiram Silavat, Govind Singh Rajput besides ministers Mahendra Singh Sisodia, Pradumn Singh Tomar, Brijendra Singh Yadav, Imarti Devi, Prabhuram Chaudhary, Hardeep Singh Dung, Rajwardhan Singh Dattigaon, Suresh Dhakad, OPS Bhadauria and Bisahulal are leading.

BJP is ahead in all three seats of Gwalior. Former minister Silavat has gone far ahead of Congress candidate Premchand Gooddu from Saver seat. Silavat leads Guddu by more than 12 thousand votes.

Read: Bhaskar’s Madhya Pradesh by-election exit poll

14 seats, where ministers’ fate is at stake:

Seat Competition between Who next
Conveyance Tulsiram Silavat (BJP) and Premchand Guddu (Congress) Tulsiram Silvassa
Happy Govind Singh Rajput (BJP) and Parul Sahu (Congress) Govind Singh Rajput
Gwalior Pradyuman Singh Tomar (BJP) and Sunil Sharma (Congress) Pradyuman Singh Tomar
Puddle Imrati Devi (BJP) and Suresh Raje (Congress) Imrati Devi
Bamori Mahendra Singh Sisodia (BJP) and Kanhaiya Lal (Congress) Mahendra Singh Sisodia
Sumawali Andal Singh Kanshana (BJP) and Ajab Singh Kushwaha (Congress) Ajab Singh Kushwaha
Dimni Girraj Dandotia (BJP) and Ravindra Singh Tomar (Congress) Ravindra Singh Tomar
Badnaar Rajwardhan Singh (BJP) and Kamal Patel (Congress) Rajwardhan Singh
Sanchi Prabhuram Chaudhary (BJP) and Madan Lal Chaudhary (Congress) Prabhuram Chaudhary
Pohri Suresh Dhakad (BJP) and Harivallabh Shukla (Congress) Suresh Dhakad
Anuppur Bisahulal Singh (BJP) and Vishwanath Singh Kunjam (Congress) Bisahulal
Suvasara Hardeep Singh Dung (BJP) and Rakesh Patidar (Congress) Hardeep Singh Dung
Mungavali Brijendra Singh Yadav (BJP) and Kanhai Ram Lodhi (Congress) Brijendra Singh Yadav
Mehgaon OPS Bhadoria (BJP) and Hemant Katare (Congress) OPS Bhadoria
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan feeding sweets to Gopal Bhargava at CM residence after BJP's rise in electoral trends.

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan feeding sweets to Gopal Bhargava at CM residence after BJP’s rise in electoral trends.

Election Updates:

  • Malhara BJP’s Pradyuman Singh Lodhi is ahead. She leads with 1729 votes from Congress candidate Ramsia Bharti.
  • Morena BSP candidate Ramprakash Rajauria is ahead. He leads Congress with Rakesh Mavai by more than 2900 votes. BJP is at number three here. This seat is considered to be under the influence of Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar.
  • Gohad Mewalal Jatav of Congress is ahead. He is ahead of BJP’s Ranvir Jatav by more than 2000 votes.
  • Mandhata BJP’s Narayan Singh Patel is ahead. He has a lead of more than 13000 votes from Uttam Pal Singh of Congress.
  • Of devas Hot peepalya BJP candidate Manoj Chaudhary has gone ahead. She took the lead of 1171 votes from Congress candidate Rajvir Singh Baghel.
  • Morena’s Jaura Pankaj Upadhyay of Congress is ahead in the seat. He took a lead of 1374 votes from BJP’s Subedar Singh.
  • Napnagar BJP candidate Sumitra Devi Kasdekar was leading in 8941 votes. They face Ramkishan Patel of Congress.
  • Of Shivpuri Carrara Pragilal Jatav of Congress is leading from the seat. He is ahead of BJP candidate Jasmant Jatav by 2457 votes.
  • Ambah BJP candidate Kamlesh Jatav is ahead. He has a 1700 lead from Congress candidate Satyaprakash Shakhar.
  • Biaora Congress candidate Ramchandra Dangi is ahead. He has taken the lead of more than 9 thousand votes from BJP candidate Narayan Singh Panwar.
  • Badnaar The minister and BJP candidate Rajwardhan Singh Dattigaon are ahead. He is on the lead of 16 thousand votes from Kamal Singh Patel of Congress.
  • Sanchi BJP candidate Prabhuram Chaudhary is ahead. She has a lead of over 12000 votes from Madanlal Chaudhary of Congress.
  • Puddle BJP candidate and minister Imrati Devi is leading from the seat. She leads 800 votes from Congress’ Suresh Raje.
  • Gwalior BJP candidate Pradyum Singh Tomar is ahead. He is ahead of Sunil Sharma of Congress by more than 2 thousand votes.
  • Gwalior East BJP candidate Munna Lal Goyal is ahead. He has taken a lead of 2 thousand votes from Satish Sikarwar of Congress.
  • Agar BJP’s Manoj Camelwal is ahead. He is ahead of Congress’ Vipin Wankhede. She has a 714 vote lead in 5 rounds.
  • Bhander BJP’s defense is ahead of Ram Sironia. He took the lead from Phool Singh Baraiya of Congress by 1197 votes.
  • Sumawali Congress candidate Ajab Singh Kushwaha is ahead. Here he is pitted against BJP candidate minister Edal Singh Kansana.
  • Of ashoknagar Mungavali BJP candidate Brijendra Singh Yadav is leading from the seat. He is on a lead of over 6 thousand from Kanhai Ram Lodhi of Congress.
  • Ashoknagar seat BJP’s Jajpal Singh Jajji is ahead. He leads with 5000 votes from Congress’s Asha Double.
During the counting of votes, former Chief Minister Kamal Nath reached Hanuman temple in Kamla Park in Bhopal.

During the counting of votes, former Chief Minister Kamal Nath reached Hanuman temple in Kamla Park in Bhopal.

Shivraj’s tweet:

Digvijay’s tweet:

The earliest result is expected to come from Anuppur district. There will be counting in 18 rounds. The results of the most late Gwalior will come. There will be 32 round counting here. Deputy Chief Electoral Officer Pramod Shukla told that this time there will be 14-14 tables in each round to maintain social distancing.

There are 46619 postal ballots in the state. Maximum 3675 are in Mehgaon and 491 are in Karaira. Anuppur has the lowest 18 rounds, so the result here is the first, while the 32-round Gwalior East seat may come later.

Prestige of 12 ministers and 2 former ministers in 28 seats at stake
The fate of 12 ministers and 2 former ministers (Tulsi Silavat and Govind Singh Rajput who have resigned from the post of Shivraj) will also be decided. Experts believe that if the minister faces defeat, his path in the BJP will not be easy. It can also be inferred that earlier Chaudhary Rakesh Singh and Premchand Guddu had to return to the Congress to save the political future.

Number of seats
Shivraj Singh Chauhan: If the BJP gets more than 20 seats, Shivraj’s stature will increase, but Scindia’s interference in power and organization will not give him full freedom to take decisions. If seats are between 10 and 15, then the organization will be under more pressure on Shivraj to take decisions in the government.

Jyotiraditya Scindia: If the BJP gets more than 20 seats in the account, Scindia will once again have a bang in the state politics and can emerge as a big leader in the BJP. If there are between 10 and 15 seats, then there will be less politics in the state and more activity in the center.

Kamal Nath: If the Congress defeats Scindia’s stronghold and gets more than 20 seats, Kamal Nath’s stature will further increase in the Congress. The second aspect is that if they are not able to form a government and only get 10 to 15 seats, the pressure to quit one of the posts of state president and leader of opposition will increase.

‘Government’ at stake: Mathematics of victory
Total Assembly Seats: 230
(One seat has become vacant after the resignation of Congress MLA Rahul Lodhi from Damoh)

  • Now the total number: 229
  • By-election: 28 seats
  • BJP: 107, (9 seats required for majority)
  • Congress: 87 (28 seats needed for majority)

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