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Voting has ended in 28 seats of Madhya Pradesh. 69.68% of the votes were cast in these seats. In 2018, there was 72.93% turnout in these seats i.e. around 3% more than this time. The last time the voting was more, the Congress won 27 of these 28 seats.

Agar Malwa recorded the highest votes of 81.26% in Badnawar and 42.99% in Gwalior East.

Seat Voting in 2020 Voting in 2018
Agar malwa 83.75% 83.11%
Ambah 54.30% 59.32%
Anuppur 73.37% 76.63%
Ashok nagar 76.02% 74.46%
Badnaar 83.20% 86.14%
Bamouri 78.84% 79.63%
Bhander 72.59% 69.55%
Biaora 81.77% 80.78%
Puddle 66.68% 68.64%
Dimni 61.06% 70.34%
Gohad 54.42% 59.33%
Gwalior 56.15% 63.37%
Gwalior East 48.15% 58.18%
Hatpipalya 83.66% 85.57%
Jaura 69.00% 72.30%
Carrara 73.68% 73.62%
Malhara 68.06% 72.13%
Mandhata 73.44% 78.98%
Mehgaon 61.18% 63.82%
Morena 57.80% 63.92%
Mungavali 77.17% 75.02%
Napnagar 75.81% 77.77%
Pohri 76.02% 75.92%
Sanchi 68.87% 75.37%
Conveyance 78.01% 80.97%
Sumawali 63.04% 71.83%
Happy 71.97% 75.77%
Suvasara 82.61% 82.67%
The total 69.68% 72.93%

* 2020 figures are up to 7 pm voting.

By-election highlights
1. Digvijay demanded re-voting

Congress leader Digvijay Singh questioned the EVM voting. He said that repatriation should be done on Sumawali seat. In Sumawali, women have been prevented from casting their votes, so it should be re-voted here. Shivraj Singh said that the Congress has already started playing the role of defeat.

2. Firing in Bhind and Morena
Firing took place at two places in Mehgaon, Bhind. Some people also vandalized EVMs in Liloi village of Mehgaon. The firing incident took place in Kaspura and Khaneta villages of Sumavali assembly seat in Morena district. A woman was shot in it. Two bikes were also lit here. Firing has also taken place at the residence of former MP Babulal Solanki in Jauri village of Morena.

3. Congress candidate’s diary confiscated, transactions worth lakhs in it
Police candidate Pankaj Upadhyay’s diary has been seized by the police from Jaura assembly constituency in Morena district. It is alleged that the diary accounts for millions of rupees of transactions from voters in rural areas. Police seized the diary from a house in Alapur village.

4. Fake voter caught in the evening, BJP-Congress workers clashed
A fake voter was caught at the polling station located at Index College in Sanwer. Congress candidate Premchand Guddu had an argument with the officials. Congress and BJP workers came face-to-face at Talavali Chanda booth in the evening. Congressmen allege that BJP workers were pressurizing voters to vote in their favor.

5. Case including 3 BJP leaders in Bamori, trying to stop voting in Jaura
A case was registered against three people including Guna’s BJP District President Gajendra Sikarwar for walking in Bamori area. In Jaura itself, the Bahubalis tried to stop the voting. There was a debate between BJP and Congress worker in Gwalior. The debate started when both Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar and Congress candidate Satish Sikarwar reached the polling booth at Mall Road to vote.

A voter selfie point has been made at the women's polling booth, so that people can participate in voting on a high scale.

A voter selfie point has been made at the women’s polling booth, so that people can participate in voting on a high scale.

23 ministers have lost in the last two elections
If you look at the record of the last two assembly elections, 23 ministers of the Shivraj government were put home by the public. 10 ministers in the year 2013 and 13 ministers in 2018 could not win the assembly elections. This time 14 ministers are at stake in the election to be held on 3 November 2020. Out of this, the reputation of BJP MP Jyotiraditya Scindia is also at stake, because it has changed the party to BJP only at his behest.

Everyone’s eye on them
Ministers in the pro-Scindia BJP government, Tulsi Silavat, Govind Singh Rajput, Prabhu Ram Chaudhary, Imrati Devi, Pradyuman Singh Tomar, Mahendra Singh Sisodia, Girraj Dandotia, OPS Bhadoria, Suresh Dhakad, Brijendra Singh Yadav, Rajyavardhan Singh Dattigaon, Andal Singh Kansana, Bisahu Lal. Everyone will keep an eye on Singh and Hardeep Singh Dung. However, he has also been in controversy over his statements.

Trying to do the math of votes
The biggest challenge in the path of 25 former MLAs who have gone from Congress to BJP to become MLAs again is to bridge the gap in votes they got more than BJP candidates as Congress candidates. The biggest challenge in this case is against the former MLAs who won by less than 2000 votes. Minister Hardeep Singh Dung’s victory was the smallest among them and he won by 350 votes. After that, Narayan Patel of Mandhata won by 1236 votes and Sumitra Devi of Nepanagar by 1256 votes.

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