2018 Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly election

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All 230 seats in the Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly
116 seats needed for a majority
Opinion polls
Turnout75.63% (Increase 3.56%) [1]
  Majority party Minority party Third party
 
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Leader Kamal Nath Shivraj Singh Chouhan Mayawati
Party INC BJP BSP
Leader since 2018 2005 2003
Leader's seat Did not contest Budhni Did Not Contest
Last election 58 165 4
Seats won 114 109 2
Seat change Increase 56 Decrease 56 Decrease 2
Popular vote 1,55,95,696 1,56,43,623 19,11,642
Percentage 40.89% 41.02 % 5.01%
Swing Increase4.60% Decrease3.86% Decrease 1.2%

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Election results (by Constituencies)

CM before election

Shivraj Singh Chouhan
BJP

CM after election

Kamal Nath
INC (Till 23 March 2020)

Shivraj Singh Chouhan BJP (From 23 March 2020)

Elections to the Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly were held on 28 November 2018 to elect members of the 230 constituencies in Madhya Pradesh. It is believed that the election was a direct political battle between the BJP and the INC. One of the main centers of attraction was the contest between Congress heavy-weight Arun Yadav and the then Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. While the Shivraj Singh Chouhan government had tried to win for consecutive 4th term, the INC fought for winning the state after 2003. The election led to a hung assembly, with the INC emerging as the single largest party and the BJP winning the popular vote.[2]

Election map (by Constituencies)
Election map (by Constituencies)

Background

The tenure of Madhya Pradesh[3] Legislative Assembly elected in 2013 ended on 7 January 2019.[4]

Schedule

Election dates were announced on 6 October 2018 and voting was held on 28 November 2018.

Results were declared on 11 December 2018.

Event Date Day
Date for Nominations 2 Nov 2018 Friday
Last Date for filing Nominations 9 Nov 2018 Friday
Date for scrutiny of nominations 12 Nov 2018 Monday
Last date for withdrawal of candidatures 14 Nov 2018 Wednesday
Date of poll 28 Nov 2018 Wednesday
Date of counting 11 Dec 2018 Tuesday
Date before which the election shall be completed 13 Dec 2018 Thursday

Surveys and polls

Opinion polls

The opinion polls show a tough election battle between the BJP and the INC.

Date Polling agency BJP INC Others Lead
9 November 2018 Timesnow - CNX 122 90 18 32
9 November 2018 ABP News- CSDS 116 105 09 11
9 November 2018 Cvoter 107 116 07 9
2 November 2018 ABP News- C Voter Survey 106 118 06 12
25 October 2018 IndiaTV - CNX 128 85 17 43
17 October 2018 ABP News- C Voter 108 122  – 14
10 October 2018 News Nation 111 109 10 2
9 October 2018 Times Now - Chrome DM 108 103 19 5
9 October 2018 Times Now - Warroom Strategies 142 77 11 65
14 August 2018 ABP News- C Voter 106 117 7 11
4 April 2018 IBC24 101 119 10 18
Average as on 9 November 2018 114 106 10 08

Exit polls

Most exit polls predicted a "tight finish" between the BJP and the INC. According to Poll of Polls, There was a little edge to BJP over INC, however, No party got the majority to form the Government.

Polling agency BJP INC Others Lead
CNX– Times Now 126 89 15 37
News 24-Pace Media 103 115 12 12
News Nation 110 107 13 03
C Voter – Republic TV 106 118 06 12
Jan Ki Baat– Republic TV 118 105 07 13
CSDS – ABP News 94 126 10 32
Axis My India – India Today 111 113 06 02
VDPA Associates 135 88 07 47
India News- NETA 106 112 12 06
News 18- Surjit Bhalla 130 90 10 40
Today's Chanakya 103 125 02 22
Poll of Polls 113 108 09 05

Results

Seats and vote-share

The election led to a hung assembly, with the INC emerging as the largest party, with 114 seats, but failing to win a majority.[5] The seat and vote share was as follows -:[6]

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Parties and coalitions Popular vote Seats
Votes % ±pp Won +/−
Indian National Congress 15,595,696 40.89% Increase4.60% 114 Increase56
Bharatiya Janata Party 15,643,623 41.02% Decrease3.86% 109 Decrease56
Bahujan Samaj Party 1,911,642 5% Decrease1.29% 2 Decrease2
Samajwadi Party 496,025 1.3% Increase0.1% 1 Increase1
Independents 2,218,230 5.8% Increase0.42% 4 Increase1
None of the Above 542,295 1.4%
Total 38,137,528 100.00 230 ±0
Valid votes 38,137,528 99.86
Invalid votes 51,706 0.14
Votes cast / turnout 38,189,234 75.63
Abstentions 12,306,017 24.37
Registered voters 50,495,251

Region-wise break up

Region Total seats BJP INC IND BSP SP
Bagelkhand 22 19 3 0 0 0
Bhopal 25 17 7 1 0 0
Bundelkhand 26 14 10 0 1 1
Gird 34 7 26 0 1 0
Mahakoshal 46 17 28 1 0 0
Malwa 50 24 26 0 0 0
Narmadapuram 11 7 4 0 0 0
Nimar 16 4 10 2 0 0
Total 230 109 114 4 2 1

Division-wise results

Division Total seats BJP INC IND BSP SP
Chambal 13 2 10 0 1 0
Gwalior 21 5 16 0 0 0
Sagar 26 14 10 0 1 1
Rewa 22 19 3 0 0 0
Shahdol 8 5 3 0 0 0
Jabalpur 38 13 24 1 0 0
Narmadapuram 11 7 4 0 0 0
Bhopal 25 17 8 0 0 0
Ujjain 29 16 12 1 0 0
Indore 37 11 24 2 0 0
Total 230 109 114 4 2 1


Constituency-wise results

# Constituency Winner Runner-up Margin Remarks
Candidate Party Votes Candidate Party Votes
Sheopur District
1 Sheopur Babu Jandel INC 98,580 Durga Lal Vijay BJP 56,870 41,710
2 Vijaypur Sitaram Aadivashi BJP 63,331 Ramniwas Rawat INC 60,491 2,840
Morena District
3 Sabalgarh Baijnath Kushwah INC 54,606 Lal Singh Kewat BSP 45,869 8,737
4 Joura Banavareelal Sharma INC 56,187 Maneeram Dhakad BSP 41,014 15,173
5 Sumawali Adal Singh Kansana INC 65,455 Ajab Singh Kushwah BJP 52,142 13,313 Resigned in 2020
6 Morena Raghuraj Singh Kansana INC 68,965 Rustam Singh BJP 48,116 20,849 Resigned in 2020
7 Dimani Girraj Dandotiya INC 69,597 Shiv Mangal Singh Tomar BJP 51,120 18,477 Resigned in 2020
8 Ambah (SC) Kamlesh Jatav INC 37,343 Neha Kinnar Independent 29,796 7,547 Resigned in 2020
Bhind District
9 Ater Arvind Singh Bhadoria BJP 58,928 Hemant Satyadev Katare INC 53,950 4,978
10 Bhind Sanjeev Singh BSP 69,107 Chaudhary Rakesh Singh Chaturvedi BJP 33,211 35,896
11 Lahar Dr. Govind Singh INC 62,113 Rasal Singh BJP 53,040 9,073
12 Mehgaon O. P. S. Bhadoria INC 61,560 Rakesh Shukla BJP 35,746 25,814 Resigned in 2020
13 Gohad (SC) Ranvir Jatav INC 62,981 Lalsingh Arya BJP 38,992 23,989 Resigned in 2020
Gwalior District
14 Gwalior Rural Bharat Singh Kushwah BJP 51,033 Sahab Singh Gujjar BSP 49,516 1,517
15 Gwalior Pradhumn Singh Tomar INC 92,055 Jaibhan Singh Pawaiya BJP 71,011 21,044 Resigned in 2020
16 Gwalior East Munnalal Goyal INC 90,133 Satish Singh Sikarwar BJP 72,314 17,819 Resigned in 2020
17 Gwalior South Praveen Pathak INC 56,369 Narayan Singh Kushwah BJP 56,248 121
18 Bhitarwar Lakhan Singh Yadav INC 66,439 Anoop Mishra BJP 54,309 12,130
19 Dabra (SC) Imarti Devi INC 90,598 Kaptan Singh Sehsari BJP 33,152 57,446 Resigned in 2020
Datia District
20 Sewda Ghanshyam Singh INC 64,810 Radhelal Baghel BJP 31,542 33,268
21 Bhander (SC) Raksha Saroniya INC 73,578 Rajni Prajapati BJP 33,682 39,896 Resigned in 2020
22 Datia Dr. Narottam Mishra BJP 72,209 Bharti Rajendra INC 69,553 2,656
Shivpuri District
23 Karera (SC) Jasmant Jatave Chitree INC 64,201 Rajkumar Omprakash Khatik BJP 49,377 14,824 Resigned in 2020
24 Pohari Suresh Rathkheda Dhakad INC 60,654 Kailash Kushwah BSP 52,736 7,918 Resigned in 2020
25 Shivpuri Yashodhara Raje Scindia BJP 84,570 Siddarth Ladha INC 55,822 28,748
26 Pichhore K. P. Singh INC 91,463 Preetam Lodhi BJP 88,788 2,675
27 Kolaras Birendra Raghuvanshi BJP 72,450 Mahendra Singh Yadav INC 71,730 720
Guna District
28 Bamori Mahendra Singh Sisodia INC 64,598 Brijmohan Singh BJP 36,678 27,920 Resigned in 2020
29 Guna (SC) Gopilal Jatav BJP 84,149 Chandra Prakash Ahirwar INC 50,482 33,667
30 Chachoura Lakshman Singh INC 81,908 Mamta Meena BJP 72,111 9,797
31 Raghogarh Jaivardhan Singh INC 98,268 Bhupendra Singh Raghuvanshi BJP 51,571 46,697
Ashoknagar District
32 Ashok Nagar (SC) Jajpal Singh Jajji INC 65,750 Ladduram Kori BJP 56,020 9,730 Resigned in 2020
33 Chanderi Gopal Singh Chauhan INC 45,106 Bhupendra Dwivedi BJP 40,931 4,175
34 Mungaoli Brajendra Singh Yadav INC 55,346 Dr. Krishna Pal Singh BJP 53,210 2,136 Resigned in 2020
Sagar District
35 Bina (SC) Mahesh Rai BJP 57,828 Shashi Katoria INC 57,196 632
36 Khurai Bhupendra Bhaiya BJP 78,156 Arunodaya Chaubey INC 62,861 15,295
37 Surkhi Govind Singh Rajput INC 80,806 Sudheer Yadav BJP 59,388 21,418 Resigned in 2020
38 Deori Harsh Yadav INC 70,099 Teji Singh Rajput BJP 65,795 4,304
39 Rehli Gopal Bhargava BJP 93,690 Kamlesh Sahu INC 66,802 26,888
40 Naryoli (SC) Pradeep Lariya BJP 74,360 Surendra Chaudhary INC 65,460 8,900
41 Sagar Shailendra Jain BJP 67,227 Navy Jain INC 49,861 17,366
42 Banda Tarbar Singh INC 84,456 Harvansh Singh Rathore BJP 60,292 24,164
Tikamgarh District
43 Tikamgarh Rakesh Giri BJP 66,958 Yadvendra Singh INC 62,783 4,175
44 Jatara (SC) Harishankar Khatik BJP 63,315 R. R. Bansal MD 26,600 36,715
45 Prithvipur Brajendra Singh Rathore INC 52,436 Dr. Shishupal Yadav SP 44,816 7,620
Niwari District
46 Niwari Anil Jain BJP 49,738 Meera Deepak Yadav SP 40,901 8,837
Tikamgarh District
47 Khargapur Rahul Singh Lodhi BJP 63,066 Chandra-Surendra Singh Gour INC 51,401 11,665
Chhatarpur District
48 Maharajpur Neeraj Vinod Dixit INC 52,461 Manavendra Singh BJP 38,456 14,005
49 Chandla (SC) Rajesh Kumar Prajapati BJP 41,227 Anurag Hariprasad INC 40,050 1,177
50 Rajnagar Vikram Singh INC 40,362 Arvind Pateriya BJP 39,630 732
51 Chhatarpur Alok Chaturvedi INC 65,774 Archna Guddu Singh BJP 62,279 3,495
52 Bijawar Rajesh Shukla SP 67,623 Pueshpendra Nath Pathak BJP 30,909 36,714
53 Malhara Kunwar Pradyumna Singh Lodhi INC 67,184 Lalita Yadav BJP 51,405 15,779
Damoh District
54 Pathariya Rambai Govind Singh BSP 39,267 Lakhan Patel BJP 37,062 2,205
55 Damoh Rahul Singh INC 78,997 Jayant Malaiya BJP 78,199 798
56 Jabera Dharmendra Bhav Singh Lodhi BJP 48,901 Pratap Singh INC 45,416 3,485
57 Hatta (SC) Ramkali Tantuway BJP 76,607 Harishankar Choudhri INC 56,702 19,905
Panna District
58 Pawai Prahlad Lodhi BJP 79,647 Pandit Mukesh Nayak INC 55,967 23,680
59 Gunnaor (SC) Prahlad Lodhi INC 57,658 Rajesh Kumar Verma BJP 55,674 1,984
60 Panna Brijendra Pratap Singh BJP 68,359 Shivjeet Singh INC 47,651 20,708
Satna District
61 Chitrakoot Neelanshu Chaturvedi INC 58,465 Surendra Singh Gaharwar BJP 48,267 10,198
62 Raigaon (SC) Jugul Kishor Bagri BJP 65,910 Kalpana Verma INC 48,489 17,421
63 Satna Dabbu Siddharth Sukhlal Kushwaha INC 60,105 Shankarlal Tiwari BJP 47,547 12,558
64 Nagod Nagendra Singh BJP 54,637 Yadvendra Singh INC 53,403 1,234
65 Maihar Narayan Tripathi BJP 54,877 Srikant Chaturvedi INC 51,893 2,984
66 Amarpatan Ramkhelawan Patel BJP 59,836 Dr. Rajendra Kumar Singh INC 56,089 3,747
67 Rampur-Baghelan Vikram Singh BJP 68,816 Ramlakhan Singh Patel BSP 53,129 15,687
Rewa District
68 Sirmour Divyaraj Singh BJP 49,443 Dr. Aruna Vivek Tiwari INC 36,042 13,401
69 Semariya K.P. Tripathi BJP 47,889 Triyugi Narayan Shukla INC 40,113 7,776
70 Teonthar Shyam Lal Dwivedi BJP 52,729 Ramshankar Singh INC 47,386 5,343
71 Mauganj Pradeep Patel BJP 47,753 Sukhendra Singh INC 36,661 11,092
72 Deotalab Girish Gautam BJP 45,043 Seema Jalab Singh Sengar BSP 43,963 1,080
73 Mangawan (SC) Panchu Lal Prajapati BJP 64,488 Babita Saket INC 45,958 18,530
74 Rewa Rajendra Shukla BJP 69,806 Abhay Mishra INC 51,717 18,089
75 Gurh Nagendra Singh BJP 42,569 Kapidhwaj Singh SP 34,741 7,828
Sidhi District
76 Churhat Sharadendu Tiwari BJP 71,909 Ajay Arun Singh INC 65,507 6,402
77 Sidhi Kedar Nath Shukla BJP 69,297 Kamaleshwar Prasad Dwivedi INC 49,311 19,986
78 Sihawal Kamleshwar Patel INC 63,918 Shiva Bahadur Singh Chandel BJP 32,412 31,506
Singrauli District
79 Chitrangi (ST) Amar Singh BJP 86,585 Saraswati Singh INC 27,337 59,248
80 Singrauli Ramlallu Vaishya BJP 36,706 Renu Shah INC 32,980 3,726
81 Devsar (SC) Subhash Ram Charitra BJP 63,295 Banshmani Prasad Verma INC 52,617 10,678
Sidhi District
82 Dhauhani (ST) Kunwar Singh Tekam BJP 57,995 Kamlesh Singh INC 54,202 3,793
Shahdol District
83 Beohari (ST) Sharad Kol BJP 78,007 Tej Pratap Singh Uikey GGP 45,557 32,450
84 Jaisingnagar (ST) Jaisingh Maravi BJP 84,669 Dhyam Singh Marko INC 67,402 17,267
85 Jaitpur (ST) Manisha Singh BJP 74,279 Uma Dhurwe INC 70,063 4,216
Anuppur District
86 Kotma Suneel Saraf INC 48,249 Dilip Kumar Jaiswal BJP 36,820 11,429
87 Anuppur (ST) Bisahulal Singh INC 62,770 Ramlal Rautel BJP 51,209 11,561 Resigned in 2020
88 Pushprajgarh (ST) Phundelal Singh Marko INC 62,352 Narendra Singh Maravi BJP 40,951 21,401
Umaria District
89 Bandhavgarh (ST) Shivnarayan Singh BJP 59,158 Dhyan Singh INC 55,255 3,903
90 Manpur (ST) Meena Singh BJP 82,287 Gyanvati Singh INC 63,632 18,655
Katni District
91 Barwara (ST) Vijayraghvendra Singh INC 84,236 Moti Kashyap BJP 62,876 21,360
92 Vijayraghavgarh Sanjay Satyendra Pathak BJP 79,939 Padma Shukla INC 66,201 13,738
93 Murwara Sandip Shree Prasad Jaiswal BJP 79,553 Mithilesh Jain INC 63,473 16,080
94 Bahoriband Pranay Prabhat Pandey BJP 89,041 Kunwar Saurabh Singh INC 72,606 16,435
Jabalpur District
95 Patan Ajay Vishnoi BJP 100,443 Neelesh Awasthi INC 73,731 26,712
96 Bargi Sanjay Yadav INC 86,901 Pratibha Singh BJP 69,338 17,563
97 Jabalpur East (SC) Lakhan Ghanghoriya INC 90,206 Anchal Sonkar BJP 55,070 35,136
98 Jabalpur North Vinay Saxena INC 50,045 Sharad Jain BJP 49,467 578
99 Jabalpur Cantonment Ashok Rohani BJP 71,898 Pandit Alok Mishra INC 45,313 26,585
100 Jabalpur West Tarun Bhanot INC 82,359 Harendrajeet Singh BJP 63,676 18,683
101 Panagar Sushil Kumar Tiwari BJP 84,302 Bharat Singh Yadav Independent Independent 42,569 41,733
102 Sihora (ST) Nandni Maravi BJP 73,312 Khiladi Singh Aamro INC 66,489 6,823
Dindori District
103 Shahpura (ST) Bhoopendra Maravi INC 88,687 Omprakash Dhurwe BJP 54,727 33,960
104 Dindori (ST) Omkar Singh Markam INC 85,039 Jay Singh Maravi BJP 52,989 32,050
Mandla District
105 Bichhiya (ST) Narayan Singh Patta INC 76,544 Dr. Shivaraj Shah BJP 55,156 21,388
106 Niwas (ST) Dr. Ashok Marskole INC 91,007 Rampyare Kulaste BJP 62,692 28,315
107 Mandla (ST) Deosingh Saiyam BJP 88,873 Sanjeev Chhotelal Uikey INC 76,668 12,205
Balaghat District
108 Baihar (ST) Sanjay Uikey INC 79,399 Anupama Netam BJP 62,919 16,480
109 Lanji Hina Kaware INC 90,382 Ramesh Bhatere BJP 71,686 18,696
110 Paraswada Ram Kishor Nano Kawre BJP 57,395 Kankar Munjare SP 47,787 9,608
111 Balaghat Gaurishankar Bisen BJP 73,476 Anubha Munjare SP 45,822 27,654
112 Waraseoni Pradeep Jaiswal Independent 57,783 Dr. Yogendra Nirmal BJP 53,921 3,862
113 Katangi Tamlal Sahare INC 69,967 K. D. Deshmukh BJP 58,217 11,750
Seoni District
114 Barghat (ST) Arjun Singh Kakodiya INC 90,053 Naresh Warkade BJP 82,526 7,527
115 Seoni Dinesh Rai Munmun BJP 99,576 Mohan Singh Chandel INC 77,568 22,008
116 Keolari Rakesh Pal Singh (politician) BJP 85,839 Rajneesh Harivansh Singh INC 79,160 6,679
117 Lakhnadon (ST) Yogendra Singh INC 82,951 Vijay Kumar Uikey BJP 70,675 12,276
Narsinghpur District
118 Gotegaon (SC) N. P. Prajapati INC 79,289 Dr. Kailash Jatav BJP 66,706 12,583
119 Narsingpur Jalam Singh Patel BJP 87,837 Lakhan Singh Patel INC 72,934 14,903
120 Tendukheda Sanjay Sharma INC 70,127 Viswanath Singh BJP 61,484 8,643
121 Gadarwara Suneeta Patel INC 79,342 Gautam Singh Patel BJP 63,979 15,363
Chhindwara District
122 Junnardeo (ST) Sunil Uikey INC 78,573 Ashish Janak Lal Thakur BJP 55,885 22,688
123 Amarwara (ST) Kamlesh Pratap Shah INC 71,662 Manmohan Shah Batti GGP 61,269 10,393
124 Chourai Choudhary Sujeet Mer Singh INC 78,415 Pandit Ramesh Dubey BJP 65,411 13,004
125 Saunsar Vijay Revnath Chore INC 86,700 Nanabhau Mohod BJP 66,228 20,472
126 Chhindwara Deepak Saxena INC 104,034 Chandrabhan Singh Chaudhary BJP 89,487 14,547 Resigned for Kamal Nath
127 Parasia (SC) Sohanlal Balmik INC 79,553 Tarachand Bawaria BJP 66,819 12,734
128 Pandhurna (ST) Nilesh Pusaram Uikey INC 80,125 Tikaram Korachi BJP 58,776 21,349
Betul District
129 Multai Sukhdev Panse INC 88,219 Raja Pawar BJP 70,969 17,250
130 Amla (SC) Dr. Yogesh Pandagre BJP 73,481 Manoj Malve INC 54,284 19,197
131 Betul Nilay Vinod Daga INC 96,717 Hemant Vijay Khandelwal BJP 75,072 21,645
132 Ghoradongri (ST) Bramha Bhalavi INC 92,106 Geeta Ramjilal Uikey BJP 74,179 17,927
133 Bhainsdehi (ST) Dharmu Singh Sirsam INC 104,592 Mahendra Singh Chauhan BJP 73,712 30,880
Harda District
134 Timarni (ST) Sanjay Shah BJP 64,033 Abhijeet Shah INC 61,820 2,213
135 Harda Kamal Patel BJP 85,651 Dr. Ramkishore Dogne INC 78,984 6,667
Hoshangabad District
136 Seoni-Malwa Premshanker Kunjilal Verma BJP 88,022 Omprakash Rajvanshi INC 76,418 11,604
137 Hoshangabad Dr. Sitasaran Sharma BJP 82,216 Sartaj Singh INC 66,999 15,217
138 Sohagpur Vijaypal Singh BJP 87,488 Satpal Paliya INC 76,071 11,417
139 Pipariya (SC) Thakurdas Nagwanshi BJP 84,521 Harish Tularam Beman INC 66,391 18,130
Raisen District
140 Udaipura Devendra Singh Patel INC 86,441 Ramkishan Patel BJP 78,440 8,001
141 Bhojpur Surendra Patwa BJP 92,458 Suresh Pachouri INC 62,972 29,486
142 Sanchi (SC) Dr. Prabhuram Choudhary INC 89,567 Mudit Shejwar BJP 78,754 10,813 Resigned in 2020
143 Silwani Rampal Singh BJP 64,222 Devendra Patel INC 57,150 7,072
Vidisha District
144 Vidisha Shashank Bhargav INC 80,332 Mukesh Tandon BJP 64,878 15,454
145 Basoda Leena Jain BJP 73,520 Nishank Kumar Jain INC 63,294 10,226
146 Kurwai (SC) Hari Singh Sapre BJP 80,264 Subhash Bohat INC 63,569 16,695
147 Sironj Umakant Sharma BJP 83,617 Umakant Sharma INC 48,883 34,734
148 Shamshabad Rajshri Singh BJP 62,607 Jyotsna Yadav INC 55,267 7,340
Bhopal District
149 Berasia (SC) Vishnu Khatri BJP 77,814 Jayshree Harikaran INC 64,035 13,779
150 Bhopal Uttar Arif Aqueel INC 90,403 Fatima Rasool Siddiqui BJP 55,546 34,857
151 Narela Vishvas Sarang BJP 108,654 Dr. Mahendra Singh Chouhan INC 85,503 23,151
152 Bhopal Dakshin-Paschim P. C. Sharma INC 67,323 Umashankar Gupta BJP 60,736 6,587
153 Bhopal Madhya Arif Masood INC 76,647 Surendra Nath Singh BJP 61,890 14,757
154 Govindpura Krishna Gaur BJP 125,487 Girish Sharma INC 79,128 46,359
155 Huzur Rameshwar Sharma BJP 107,288 Naresh Gyanchandi INC 91,563 15,725
Sehore District
156 Budhni Shivraj Singh Chouhan BJP 123,492 Arun Subhashchandra INC 64,493 58,999
157 Ashta (SC) Raghunath Singh Malviya BJP 92,292 Gopal Singh INC 86,248 6,044
158 Ichhawar Karan Singh Verma BJP 86,958 Shailendra Patel INC 71,089 15,869
159 Sehore Sudesh Rai BJP 60,117 Surendra Singh Thakur INC 39,473 20,644
Rajgarh District
160 Narsinghgarh Rajyavardhan Singh BJP 85,335 Girish Bhandari INC 75,801 9,534
161 Biaora Govardhan Dangi INC 75,569 Narayan Singh Panwar BJP 74,743 826
162 Rajgarh Bapusingh Tanwar INC 81,921 Amar Singh Yadav BJP 50,738 31,183
163 Khilchipur Priyavrat Singh INC 101,854 Hajarilal Dangi BJP 72,098 29,756
164 Sarangpur (SC) Kunwarji Kothar BJP 75,005 Kala Mahesh Malviya INC 70,624 4,381
Agar Malwa District
165 Susner Vikaram Singh Rana Independent 75,804 Mahendra Bapu Singh INC 48,742 27,062
166 Agar (SC) Manohar Untwal BJP 82,146 Vipin Wankhede INC 79,656 2,490 Died in January 2020
Shajapur District
167 Shajapur Hukum Singh Karada INC 89,940 Arjun Bhimawad BJP 44,961 44,979
168 Shujalpur Inder Singh Parmar BJP 78,952 Ramveer Singh Sikarwar INC 73,329 5,623
169 Kalapipal Kunal Choudhary INC 86,249 Babulal Verma BJP 72,550 13,699
Dewas District
170 Sonkatch (SC) Sajjan Singh Verma INC 86,396 Rajendra Phulachand Verma BJP 76,578 9,818
171 Dewas Gayatri Raje Puar BJP 103,456 Jaysingh Thakur INC 75,469 27,987
172 Hatpipliya Manoj Choudhary INC 83,337 Deepak Kailash Joshi BJP 69,818 13,519 Resigned in 2020
173 Khategaon Aashish Govind Sharma BJP 71,984 Om Patel INC 64,212 7,772
174 Bagli (ST) Pahad Singh Kannoje BJP 89,417 Kamal Waskale INC 77,574 11,843
Khandwa District
175 Mandhata Narayan Patel INC 71,228 Narendra Singh Tomar BJP 69,992 1,236
176 Harsud (ST) Kunwar Vijay Shah BJP 80,556 Sukharam Salve INC 61,607 18,949
177 Khandwa (SC) Devendra Verma BJP 77,123 Kundan Malviya INC 57,986 19,137
178 Pandhana (ST) Ram Dangore BJP 91,844 Chhaya More INC 68,094 23,750
Burhanpur District
179 Nepanagar (ST) Sumitra Devi Kasdekar INC 85,320 Manju Rajendra Dadu BJP 84,056 1,264
180 Burhanpur Thakur Surendra Singh Naval Singh Independent 98,561 Archana Didi BJP 93,441 5,120
Khargone District
181 Bhikangaon (ST) Dr. Dhyansingh Solanki INC 91,635 Dhool Singh Dawar BJP 64,378 27,257
182 Barwah Sachin Birla INC 96,230 Hitendra Singh Solanki BJP 65,722 30,508
183 Maheshwar (SC) Dr. Vijayalaxmi Sadho INC 83,087 Mev Rajkumar BJP 47,251 35,836
184 Kasrawad Sachin Yadav INC 86,070 Atmaram Patel BJP 80,531 5,539
185 Khargone Ravi Joshi INC 88,208 Balikrishan Patidar BJP 78,696 9,512
186 Bhagwanpura (ST) Kedar Dawar Independent 73,758 Jamnasingh Solanki BJP 64,042 9,716
Barwani District
187 Sendhawa (ST) Gyarsilal Rawat INC 94,722 Antarsingh Arya BJP 78,844 15,878
188 Rajpur (ST) Bala Bachchan INC 85,513 Antersingh Devisingh Patel BJP 84,581 932
189 Pansemal (ST) Sushri Kirade INC 94,634 Viththal Patel BJP 69,412 25,222
190 Barwani (ST) Premsingh Patel BJP 88,151 Rajan Mandoloi INC 49,364 38,787
Alirajpur District
191 Alirajpur (ST) Mukesh Rawat INC 82,017 Nagar Singh Chouhan BJP 60,055 21,962
192 Jobat (ST) Kalawati Bhuriya INC 46,067 Madhosingh Dawar BJP 44,011 2,056
Jhabua District
193 Jhabua (ST) Guman Singh Damor BJP 66,598 Dr. Vikrant Bhuriya INC 56,161 10,437 Elected to Lok Sabha in 2019
194 Thandla (ST) Veer Singh Bhuriya INC 95,720 Kalsingh Bhabar BJP 64,569 31,151
195 Petlawad (ST) Val Singh Maida INC 93,425 Nirmala Dilipsingh Bhuriya BJP 88,425 5,000
Dhar District
196 Sardarpur (ST) Pratap Grewal INC 96,419 Sanjay Singh Baghel BJP 60,214 36,205
197 Gandhwani (ST) Umang Singhar INC 96,899 Sardarsingh Medha BJP 58,068 38,831
198 Kukshi (ST) Surendra Singh Baghel INC 108,391 Virendra Singh Baghel BJP 45,461 62,930
199 Manawar (ST) Dr. Hiralal Alawa INC 101,500 Ranjana Baghel BJP 61,999 39,501
200 Dharampuri (ST) Panchilal Meda INC 78,504 Gopal Kannoj BJP 64,532 13,972
201 Dhar Neena Vikram Verma BJP 93,180 Prabha Balamkundsingh INC 87,462 5,718
202 Badnawar Rajvardhan Singh Dattigaon INC 84,499 Bhanwar Singh Shekhawat BJP 42,993 41,506 Resigned in 2020
Indore District
203 Depalpur Vishal Jagdish Patel INC 94,981 Manoj Nirbhaysingh BJP 85,937 9,044
204 Indore-1 Sanjay Shukla INC 114,555 Sudarshan Gupta BJP 106,392 8,163
205 Indore-2 Ramesh Mendola BJP 138,794 Mohan Singh Sengar INC 67,783 71,011
206 Indore-3 Akash Vijayvargiya BJP 67,075 Ashwin Joshi INC 61,324 5,751
207 Indore-4 Malini Gaur BJP 102,673 Surjeet Singh INC 59,583 43,090
208 Indore-5 Mahendra Hardia BJP 117,836 Satyanarayan Patel INC 116,703 1,133
209 Dr. Ambedkar Nagar-Mhow Usha Thakur BJP 97,009 Antar Singh Darbar INC 89,852 7,157
210 Rau Jitu Patwari INC 107,740 Madhu Verma BJP 102,037 5,703
211 Sanwer Tulsi Silawat INC 96,535 Dr. Rajesh Sonkar BJP 93,590 2,945 Resigned in 2020
Ujjain District
212 Nagda-Khachrod Dilip Gurjar INC 83,823 Dilip Singh Shekhawat BJP 78,706 5,117
213 Mahidpur Bahadursingh Chouhan BJP 70,499 Dinesh Jain INC 55,279 15,220
214 Tarana (SC) Mahesh Parmar INC 67,778 Anil Firojiya BJP 65,569 2,209
215 Ghatiya (SC) Ramlal Malviya INC 79,639 Ajit Premchand Guddu BJP 75,011 4,628
216 Ujjain North Paras Chandra Jain BJP 77,271 Mhanat Rajendra Bharati INC 51,547 25,724
217 Ujjain South Dr. Mohan Yadav BJP 78,178 Rajendra Vashishta INC 59,218 18,960
218 Badnagar Murli Morwal INC 76,802 Sanjay Sharma BJP 71,421 5,381
Ratlam District
219 Ratlam Rural (ST) Dilip Kumar Makwana BJP 79,806 Thawarlal Bhuriya INC 74,201 5,605
220 Ratlam City Chetanya Kasyap BJP 91,986 Manoj Malve INC 48,551 43,435
221 Sailana (ST) Harsh Gehlot INC 73,597 Narayan Maida BJP 45,099 28,498
222 Jaora Rajendra Pandey BJP 64,503 K. K. Singh Kalukheda INC 63,992 511
223 Alot (SC) Manoj Chawla INC 80,821 Jitendra Thawarchand BJP 75,373 5,448
Mandsaur District
224 Mandsour Yashpal Singh Sisodia BJP 102,626 Narendra Nahata INC 84,256 18,370
225 Malhargarh (SC) Jagdish Dewda BJP 99,839 Parshuram Sisodiya INC 87,967 11,872
226 Suwasra Hardeep Singh Dang INC 93,169 Radheshyam Nanelal Patidar BJP 92,819 350
227 Garoth Devilal Dhakad BJP 75,946 Subhash Kumar Sojata INC 73,838 2,108
Neemuch District
228 Manasa Anirudha Maroo BJP 87,004 Umrao Singh Shivlal INC 61,050 25,954
229 Neemuch Dilip Singh Parihar BJP 87,197 Satya Narayan INC 72,340 14,857
230 Jawad Om Prakash Sakhlecha BJP 52,316 Rajkumar Rameshchandra INC 48,045 4,271

Government formation

The counting of votes started on 11 December 2018, results were fluctuating throughout the day. On 12 December 2018 final figure of the result was declared. The INC became the single largest party with 114 seats. BJP won 109 seats. INC claimed support of Samajwadi Party's 1 MLA, Bahujan Samaj Party's 2 MLA and 4 Independent MLA . Due to no majority Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Chief Minister Of Madhya Pradesh resigned on 12 December 2018. Kamal Nath took oath on 17 December 2018 as new Chief Minister Of Madhya Pradesh and with this, INC came back to the power in State after 15 years. However, after the resignation of 22 sitting MLAs from the INC, Kamal Nath resigned on 20 March 2020 and subsequently Shivraj Singh Chouhan of the BJP returned as the CM again on 23 March 2020.

By-elections

S.No Date Constituency MLA before election Party before election Elected MLA Party after election
1 29 April 2019 Chhindwara Deepak Saxena Indian National Congress Kamal Nath Indian National Congress
2 21 October 2019 Jhabua Guman Singh Damor Bharatiya Janata Party Kantilal Bhuria
3 10 November 2020 Morena Raghuraj Singh Kansana Indian National Congress Rakesh Mavai
4 Dimani Girraj Dandotiya Indian National Congress Ravindra Singh Tomar
5 Ambah Kamlesh Jatav Indian National Congress Kamlesh Jatav Bharatiya Janata Party
6 Mehgaon O.P.S. Bhadoria Indian National Congress O.P.S. Bhadoria
7 Gohad Ranvir Jatav Indian National Congress Mevaram Jatav Indian National Congress
8 Gwalior Pradyumn Singh Tomar Indian National Congress Pradyumn Singh Tomar Bharatiya Janata Party
9 Gwalior East Munnalal Goyal Indian National Congress Satish Sikarwar Indian National Congress
10 Dabra Imarti Devi Indian National Congress Suresh Raje
11 Bhander Raksha Santram Saroniya Indian National Congress Raksha Santram Saroniya Bharatiya Janata Party
12 Karera Jasmant Jatav Indian National Congress Pragilal Jatav Indian National Congress
13 Pohari Suresh Dhakad Indian National Congress Suresh Dhakad Bharatiya Janata Party
14 Bamori Mahendra Singh Sisodia Indian National Congress Mahendra Singh Sisodia
15 Ashok Nagar Jajpal Singh Jajji Indian National Congress Jajpal Singh Jajji
16 Mungaoli Brajendra Singh Yadav Indian National Congress Brajendra Singh Yadav
17 Surkhi Govind Singh Rajput Indian National Congress Govind Singh Rajput
18 Anuppur Bisahulal Singh Indian National Congress Bisahulal Singh
19 Sanchi Prabhuram Choudhary Indian National Congress Prabhuram Choudhary
20 Agar Manohar Untwal Bharatiya Janata Party Vipin Wankhede Indian National Congress
21 Hatpipliya Manoj Choudhary Indian National Congress Manoj Choudhary Bharatiya Janata Party
22 Badnawar Rajvardhan Singh Indian National Congress Rajvardhan Singh
23 Sanwer Tulsiram Silawat Indian National Congress Tulsiram Silawat
24 Suwasra Hardeep Singh Dang Indian National Congress Hardeep Singh Dang
25 Joura Banwari Lal Sharma Indian National Congress Subedar Singh Rajodha
26 Malhara Pradyuman Singh Lodhi Indian National Congress Pradyuman Singh Lodhi
27 Nepanagar Sumitra Kasdekar Indian National Congress Sumitra Kasdekar
28 Mandhata Narayan Patel Indian National Congress Narayan Patel
29 Biaora Goverdhan Dangi Indian National Congress Ramchandra Dangi Indian National Congress
30 Sumaoli Adal Singh Kansana Indian National Congress Ajay Singh Kushwaha
31 17 April 2021 Damoh Rahul Lodhi Indian National Congress Ajay Tandon Indian National Congress
32 30 October 2021 Prithvipur Brijendra Singh Rathore Indian National Congress Shishupal Yadav Bharatiya Janata Party
33 Raigaon Jugal Kishore Bagri Bharatiya Janata Party Kalpana Verma Indian National Congress
34 Jobat Kalawati Bhuria Indian National Congress Sulochana Rawat Bharatiya Janata Party

See also

References

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