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Polling for the high-stakes Madhya Pradesh assembly election 2023 was held on November 17, a spotlight shines on crucial constituencies that hold the destiny of prominent leaders from both the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Congress. The results of the 230-member legislative assembly election will be declared on December 3. While the assembly poll features the ruling BJP, Congress, Samajwadi Party (SP), Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M), and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), the primary battle in the Hindi heartland remains between the BJP and the Congress. The BJP has fielded incumbent chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan from the Budhni assembly constituency. The Congress has pitted actor Vikram Mastal against him. The 40-year-old played the role of 'Hanuman' in the 2008 TV serial 'Ramayan 2'. In the Chhindwara assembly constituency, former Madhya Pradesh chief minister Kamal Nath contested from his home turf against BJP's Vivek Bunty Sahu, former Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha president for Chhindwara district. Kamal Nath had won the by-elections from Chhindwara in 2019 by defeating BJP's Sahu by a margin of 25,837 votes. Kamal Nath's tenure as chief minister ended in March 2020 following the rebellion by his party colleague Jyotiraditya Scindia, which led to Shivraj Singh Chouhan's government coming back to power in the state. Former CM Digvijaya Singh's son Jaivardhan Singh has been fielded from his 'family' bastion, the Raghogarh constituency. Scindia has persuaded Hirendra Singh, alias Bunty Banna, son of Digvijaya Singh's cousin Mool Singh, into the BJP camp. Banna has been fielded against Jaivardhan Singh from Raghogarh by the BJP. BJP national general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya contested from the Indore-1 constituency. The former Indore mayor has been pitted against Congress' Sanjay Shukla. Though Shukla had won the 2018 assembly elections from Indore-1, the constituency had traditionally been a BJP stronghold. Union minister Prahlad Singh Patel, yet another BJP heavyweight, has been fielded from Narsingpur.

The Congress has fielded Lakhan Singh Patel, who will compete against Prahlad Singh Patel in Narsingpur. Lakhan lost the battle to BJP's Jalam Singh Patel in the 2018 assembly election. Madhya Pradesh home minister Narottam Mishra contested from the Datia seat. Mishra was up against Congress' Avdhesh Nayak, a former RSS functionary. Mishra, a two-time MLA from the BJP, had defeated Congress' Bharti Rajendra in the 2018 poll with 72,209 votes. In the Lahar assembly constituency, the BJP has fielded Ambrish Sharma to contest against Congress's Govind Singh. Singh has the record of recording seven consecutive wins from Lahar. The BJP wanted to make inroads into this Congress bastion. ...read more

All Constituencies

  1. Sheopur
  2. Vijaypur
  3. Sabalagadh
  4. Jaura
  5. Sumaoli
  6. Morena
  7. Dimani
  8. Ambah
  9. Ater
  10. Bhind
  11. Lahar
  12. Mehgaon
  13. Gohad
  14. Gwalior Rural
  15. Gwalior
  16. Gwalior East
  17. Gwalior South
  18. Bhitarwar
  19. Dabara
  20. Sewda
  21. Bhander
  22. Datia
  23. Karera
  24. Pohari
  25. Shivpuri
  26. Pichhore
  27. Kolaras
  28. Bamori
  29. Guna
  30. Chachoda
  31. Raghogarh
  32. Ashok Nagar
  33. Chanderi
  34. Mungaoli
  35. Bina
  36. Khurai
  37. Surkhi
  38. Deori
  39. Rehli
  40. Naryawali
  41. Sagar
  42. Banda
  43. Tikamgarh
  44. Jatara
  45. Prithvipur
  46. Niwari
  47. Khargapur
  48. Maharajpur
  49. Chandla
  50. Rajnagar
  51. Chhatarpur
  52. Bijawar
  53. Malhara
  54. Pathariya
  55. Damoh
  56. Jabera
  57. Hatta
  58. Pawai
  59. Gunnour
  60. Panna
  61. Chitrakoot
  62. Raigaon
  63. Satna
  64. Nagod
  65. Maihar
  66. Amarpatan
  67. Rampur Baghelan
  68. Sirmour
  69. Semariya
  70. Teonthar
  71. Mauganj
  72. Deotalab
  73. Mangawan
  74. Rewa
  75. Gurh
  76. Churhat
  77. Sidhi
  78. Sihawal
  79. Chitrangi
  80. Singarouli
  81. Devsar
  82. Dhouhani
  83. Beohari
  84. Jaisinghnagar
  85. Jaitpur
  86. Kotama
  87. Anuppur
  88. Pusprajgarh
  89. Bandhavgarh
  90. Manpur
  91. Badwara
  92. Vijayraghavgarh
  93. Mudwara
  94. Bahoriband
  95. Patan
  96. Bargi
  97. Jabalpur East
  98. Jabalpur North
  99. Jabalpur Cantt
  100. Jabalpur West
  101. Panagar
  102. Sihora
  103. Shahpura
  104. Dindori
  105. Bichhiya
  106. Niwas
  107. Mandla
  108. Baihar
  109. Lanji
  110. Paraswada
  111. Balaghat
  112. Waraseoni
  113. Katangi
  114. Barghat
  115. Seoni
  116. Keolari
  117. Lakhanadon
  118. Gotegaon
  119. Narsingpur
  120. Tendukheda
  121. Gadarwara
  122. Junnardeo
  123. Amarwara
  124. Chourai
  125. Sausar
  126. Chhindwara
  127. Parasiya
  128. Pandhurna
  129. Multai
  130. Amla
  131. Betul
  132. Ghodadongri
  133. Bhainsdehi
  134. Timarni
  135. Harda
  136. Seoni Malwa
  137. Hoshangabad
  138. Sohagpur
  139. Pipariya
  140. Udaipura
  141. Bhojpur
  142. Sanchi (SC)
  143. Silwani
  144. Vidisha
  145. Basoda
  146. Kurwai (SC)
  147. Sironj
  148. Shamshabad
  149. Berasia
  150. Bhopal Uttar
  151. Narela
  152. Bhopal Dakshina-Pashchim
  153. Bhopal Madhya
  154. Govindpura
  155. Huzur
  156. Budhni
  157. Ashta
  158. Ichhawar
  159. Sehore
  160. Narsinghgarh
  161. Biaora
  162. Rajgarh
  163. Khilchipur
  164. Sarangpur
  165. Susner
  166. Agar
  167. Shajapur
  168. Shujalpur
  169. Kalapipal
  170. Sonkatch
  171. Dewas
  172. Hatpipliya
  173. Khategaon
  174. Bagli
  175. Mandhata
  176. Harsud
  177. Khandwa
  178. Pandhana
  179. Nepanagar
  180. Burhanpur
  181. Bhikangaon
  182. Badwaha
  183. Maheshwar
  184. Kasrawad
  185. Khargone
  186. Bhagwanpura
  187. Sendhwa (S.T.)
  188. Rajpur (S.T.)
  189. Pansemal (S.T.)
  190. Barwani (S.T.)
  191. Alirajpur
  192. Jobat
  193. Jhabua
  194. Thandla
  195. Petlawad
  196. Sardarpur
  197. Gandhwani
  198. Kukshi
  199. Manawar
  200. Dharampuri
  201. Dhar
  202. Badnawar
  203. Depalpur
  204. Indore-1
  205. Indore-2
  206. Indore-3
  207. Indore-4
  208. Indore-5
  209. Dr. Ambedkar Nagar -Mhow
  210. Rau
  211. Sanwer
  212. Nagada - Khacharod
  213. Mahidpur
  214. Tarana
  215. Ghatiya
  216. Ujjain North
  217. Ujjain South
  218. Badnagar
  219. Ratlam Rural
  220. Ratlam City
  221. Sailana
  222. Jaora
  223. Alote
  224. Mandsour
  225. Malhargarh
  226. Suwasra
  227. Garoth
  228. Manasa
  229. Neemuch
  230. Jawad

Madhya Pradesh Constituency FAQS

  • 1. When was the last Madhya Pradesh assembly election held?

    The last assembly election in Madhya Pradesh was held in November-December 2018.

  • 2. What is the term duration of the Madhya Pradesh legislative assembly?

    The term duration of the Madhya Pradesh legislative assembly is five years.

  • 3. How many seats are there in the Madhya Pradesh legislative assembly?

    The Madhya Pradesh legislative assembly has 230 seats.

  • 4. Which political parties are prominent in Madhya Pradesh?

    Major political parties in Madhya Pradesh include the BJP, Congress, SP, BSP and other regional parties.

  • 5. Who is the chief minister of Madhya Pradesh?

    Chief minister of Madhya Pradesh is Shivraj Singh Chouhan.

  • 6. How is the chief minister of Madhya Pradesh elected?

    The chief minister of Madhya Pradesh is elected by MLAs. The leader of the party or coalition with a majority of seats in the assembly is usually invited by the Governor to form the government and becomes the chief minister.

  • 7. Where can I find the results of the Madhya Pradesh assembly election?

    Election results are usually available on the official website of the Election Commission of India, as well as through various news outlets and election commission a

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