MP Assembly results: Mayawati backs Cong; No BJP claim

Madhya Pradesh Assembly Elections final tally: Congress bags 114 and BJP gets 109
  • 07:29

    Veteran Congress leader Kamal Nath will most likely be the next chief minister of Madhya Pradesh. 

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  • 11:55

    Madhya Pradesh Governor Anandiben Patel invites Congress for talks at Raj Bhawan at noon.

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  • 11:14

    BJP not to stake claim

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  • 07:25

    BJP to meet Governor today

    .@BJP4India Madhya Pradesh chief @MPRakeshSingh says @INCIndia doesn't have people's mandate. Several independents and others in touch with BJP. Will meet Governor on Wednesday, he says @DeccanHerald

    — Shemin (@shemin_joy) December 11, 2018

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  • 23:06

    Congress seeks appointment late tonight with Governor to stake their claims to form govt

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  • 21:02

    Result at 9 pm

    INC - 115

    BJP - 108

    BSP - 2

    OTH - 5

  • 20:52

    Cong workers ready to celebrate

  • 20:36

    BSP's Rambai Govind Singh wins in Pathariya

    Another BSP candidate Sanjeev Singh is leading in Bhind

  • 20:35

    AK Antony to be Congress observer in Madhya Pradesh

  • 20:17

    People are unhappy with Modi rule; need change: Rahul

    Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday thanked people and party workers for party's good performance in three states of Rajasthan, Chhatisgarh and Madhya Pradesh while asserting that the poll outcome raised "questions" on the Modi government's policies.

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  • 20:13

    BJP's poor show indicates people's anger: Akhilesh

    SP president Akhilesh Yadav said on Tuesday the BJP's poor electoral performance in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh were indicative of the people's anger against the Narendra Modi-led government.

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  • 20:12

    Poll results show BJP losing influence: Rajinikanth

    The results of the elections to five state Assemblies show that the BJP is losing its influence among the people, Tamil superstar and wannabe politician Rajinikanth said on Tuesday, in a politically-significant statement, given his proximity to the saffron party.

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  • 20:10

    Cong veteran Satyavrat's rebellion goes in vain

    Congress veteran Satyavrat Chaturvedi picked up cudgels against his own party after his son failed to get the ticket for the Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections from the family stronghold in Khajuraho district.

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  • 19:46

    BJP takes back the lead after 3 hours

    BJP - 111

    INC - 110

    BSP - 2

    OTH - 7

  • 18:34

    People want change; results a lesson for Oppn, too

    The Assembly election results have brought cheer to the Opposition camp. CPI(M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury, a prominent Opposition leader, spoke to DH's Shemin Joy on the results, its impact on the Modi-led BJP and Opposition unity.

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  • 18:19

    The result of 78 seats declared. Among them, INC won 40, BJP got 35 and Others secured 3 seats


    INC - 74

    BJP - 73

    BSP - 2

    OTH - 3

  • 17:59

    BJP's chief ministerial candidate Shivraj Singh Chouhan retains his home turf Bhudni

  • 17:28

    10 things to know about Madhya Pradesh elections

    10 points you should know about the Madhya Pradesh elections

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  • 17:16

    For Cong: No BSP affect in Chhattisgarh but in MP

    The BSP was expected to make the fight for Chhattisgarh a nail-biting three-cornered contest while keeping not much hope in Madhya Pradesh but what happened is the exact opposite.

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  • 17:00

    BJP's Sudesh Rai wins in Sehore Constituency

    Congress' Aarif Akeel wins in Bhopal North

    Congress' Neeraj Vinod Dixit wins in Maharajpur Constituency of Chhatarpur district

  • 16:35

    Transgender gives tough fight in MP; runner up so far

    In the ravines of Chambal region, which was always in news in past for guns and bandits, a transgender contesting as an independent candidate has given the official candidates of established political parties a run for its money.

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  • 16:26

    Congress maintains a clear lead with 114 seats

    BJP - 105

    INC - 114

    BSP - 04

    OTH - 07

  • 16:23

    Madhya Pradesh - the race to the CM's seat

    As Congress inches closer to the finish line in Madhya Pradesh, according to the early election trends, a new question clouds the party. Top contenders, State Congress president Kamal Nath and campaign committee chief Jyotiraditya Scindia both refused to comment on the possibility of their candidature and asked the media to wait for the final results first.

  • 16:02

    ST belt stick with Congress

    Congress is leading most of the Scheduled Tribe (ST) constituencies in Madhya Pradesh.

  • 15:56

    Out of 5 seats under, Vidisha, Sushma Swaraj's Lok Sabha constituency, Cong leads in 3 seats

    INC - Vidisha, Silwani and Sanchi (SC)

    BJP - Bhojpur and Basoda

  • 15:45

    BJP win in Ratlam Urban and Rural

    BJP's Chetanya Kasyap and Dilip Kumar Makwana win Ratlam Urban and Rural respectively.

  • 15:31

    Close fight between Congress and BJP on 46 seats

  • 15:26

    Result at 3.25 pm

    BJP - 108

    INC - 112

    BSP - 04

    OTH -06

  • 14:50

    Sanjay Kakade, BJP Rajya Sabha MP, on Madhya Pradesh

  • 14:38

    BJP maintains lead with 115 seats

    BJP - 115

    INC - 105

    BSP - 04

    OTH - 06

  • 14:30

    Counting of votes for the Assembly elections in progress at a counting centre in Indore, Madhya Pradesh on Tuesday. (PTI Photo)

  • 14:16

    BSP, independents hold key in Raj, MP

    In Madhya Pradesh, the contest is going to the wires as the Congress and BJP are in a neck-and-neck race. The trends are changing every minute. BJP and Congress are leading in around 110 seats.

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  • 14:02

    Indian markets shrug off Patel exit, poll results

    Indian markets clawed back from sharp falls early in the session on Tuesday, recovering from the shock of an abrupt departure of Reserve Bank of India Governor Urjit Patel, while vote count of the state elections pointed to a potential loss loss for the ruling party

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  • 13:58

    Vote share in Madhya Pradesh

    BJP - 41.7%(5442587)

    INC - 40.9% (5343278)

    IND - 6.1% (795322)

    BSP - 4.5%(588221)

  • 13:38

    The lead is shifting between BJP and Congress

    BJP - 110

    INC - 109

    BSP - 05

    OTH - 06

  • 13:24

    Leads swinging between BJP and Congress

    BJP - 109

    INC - 110

    BSP - 05

    OTH - 06

  • 13:01

    Both Congress and BJP are seek BSP’s support to take the lead

    Both Congress and BJP are seeking BSP’s support to take the lead. BJP Chief Minister candidate Shivraj Singh Chouhan is in talks with BSP now.

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    Omar Abdullah on Madhya Pradesh

  • 12:36

    BJP has almost retained East Madhya Pradesh, Cong leads in west

  • 12:33

    BJP takes the lead again

    BJP - 111

    INC - 108

    BSP- 05

    OTH- 06

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  • 12:20

    Arun Giri's analysis

  • 12:15

    Congress took over the lead again

    BJP - 103

    INC - 116

    BSP - 05

    OTH - 06

  • 12:02

    Digvijay Singh confident of a Congress victory

  • 11:45

    BJP takes lead in Madhya Pradesh

    BJP - 1 13

    INC - 108

    BSP - 04

    OTH - 05

  • 11:22

    Kamal Nath on early trends

  • 10:55

    Results 2018: INC inching closer to halfway mark in MP

  • 10:49

    "The mandate is giving a clear indication of changes," Jyotiraditya Scindia on early trends

  • 10:44

    Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan's brother-in-law and Congress Candidate Sanjay Singh Masani is trailing in Waraseoni

  • 10:13

    BJP is leading with 111 seats

    BJP - 113
    INC - 104
    BSP - 08
    OTH - 05

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  • 10:00

    Congress leader Ajay Singh is trailing in Churhat

  • 09:58

    Results at 10 am

    BJP - 107

    INC - 111

    BSP - 07

    OTH - 04

  • 09:46

    Congress crosses half-way mark

    INC - 118

    BJP - 99

    BSP - 6

    OTH - 4

    Follow the interactive map

  • 09:26

    Chief Minister and Opposition leader are leading in their respective seats

    Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan is leading in his home turf Budhni and Opposition leader in Assembly Ajay Singh is also leading in Churhat.

  • 09:14

    Digvijay Singh on Madhya Pradesh results

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  • 09:00

    Result at 9 am

    BJP - 41

    INC - 52

    BSP - 1

    OTH - 3

  • 08:42

      Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan is leading in Budhni constituency

  • 08:36

    First 40 minutes of counting

    INC - 17

    BJP - 18

  • 08:31

    Follow the live interactive map to know the trends in Madhya Pradesh

  • 08:19

    Congress workers perform 'hawan' outside Rahuld Gandhi's residence

  • 08:00

    Counting of votes begins

    Counting of votes for assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh for 230 seatsbegins. Initial Trends expected to come by 8:30 AM.

  • 07:56

    Heavy security for counting of votes

  • 07:26

    Congress already began fight for CM post!

  • 06:35

    Oppn set for boost as Modi may lose states

    Bharatiya Janata Partycould be about to lose power in three states - results of recent state assembly elections will be announced from early on Tuesday - which would raise huge questions over Modi's bid for re-election in polls due by May.

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  • 05:59

    MP polls: Congress' Scindia says unity is our strength

    Asserting that factionalism in the Madhya Pradesh unit of the Congress party is a "thing of the past", senior leader Jyotiraditya Scindia said Sunday the entire state leadership worked as a "united front" during the assembly polls in a bid to dislodge the BJP government.

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  • 05:57

    CCTVs in MP strongroom did not function for an hour: EC

    The office of the Chief Electoral Officer of Madhya Pradesh admitted that CCTV cameras and LED screen display installed outside a “strong room” in the state capital did not work for more than an hour due to disruption in electricity supply on Friday.

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  • 05:54

    75% vote in MP

    In Madhya Pradesh, over 75% of the total 5.47 crore voters exercised their franchise to elect 230 candidates for the state Assembly in a largely peaceful polling.

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