Madhya Pradesh bypolls: BJP registers win in 19 out of 28 seats, Congress settles at 9

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Madhya Pradesh bypolls: BJP registers win in 19 out of 28 seats

BJP registered an important victory within the bitterly contested Madhya Pradesh bypolls successful by 19 seats and decimating the Congress that managed to safe simply 9 seats. In keeping with the Election Fee of India, BJP secured a vote share of 49.5 per cent the place Congress received 40.5 per cent votes. Polling was held on November three on 28 seats. By-elections have been necessitated on 28 seats following the resignation of 25 MLAs and the loss of life of three legislators earlier.

In March this 12 months, 22 Congress MLAs resigned from the state Meeting paving the best way for BJP’s Shivraj Singh Chouhan to take over as Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister for the fourth time.

Counting of votes, which started at eight am lastly ended at round three am on Wednesday. 

BJP candidate and Minister Imarti Devi misplaced Dabra constituency to Congress’ Suresh Raje. 

Minister of Water Useful resource Division and BJP candidate Tulsi Silawat defeated Congress’ Premchand Guddu in Sanwer constituency by a report margin of 53,264 votes.

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan mentioned that that is the victory of the folks of Madhya Pradesh.

“That is the victory of improvement! That is victory of religion! That is the victory of social justice! That is the victory of democracy! That is the victory of the folks of Madhya Pradesh! The folks gave their blessings to BJP and expressed confidence in us. I pledge that there might be no let something impression the welfare of the state,”   

Prime Minister Narendra Modi mentioned that BJP emerged because the unparalleled alternative of the folks within the state. 

“Powered by the progressive agenda of the Authorities below Shivraj Singh Chouhan and the hardwork of BJP Madhya Pradesh, our Social gathering has emerged because the unparalleled alternative of the folks. I thank the folks of MP for blessing BJP within the by-polls held throughout the state. Their affection is invaluable,” he tweeted. 

Senior Congress chief Digvijaya Singh alleged that “selective tampering” of EVMs was the explanation behind his get together’s defeat. 

“EVMs usually are not tamper-proof, and selective tampering is completed. There are seats that we might haven’t misplaced in any circumstance however we did by hundreds of votes. We are going to maintain a gathering tomorrow and analyse the outcomes,” he mentioned.

Conceding defeat, former Chief Minister Kamal Nath  mentioned he accepted the folks’s mandate: “We settle for the mandate. We made each effort to achieve out to voters. I additionally thank all voters who participated within the by-elections,” former Chief Minister Kamal Nath tweeted in Hindi.

(With inputs from ANI)

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