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Madhya Pradesh Assembly Election 2018

The 230 assembly constituencies of Madhya Pradesh will go to the polls on November 28, 2018. November 2 is the last date for filing nominations.

The current three-time chief minister, BJP's Shivraj Singh Chouhan, according to polls, is still a popular choice for the voters. In his earlier terms, Chouhan has been accredited for various infrastructure developments in the state, including roads and electricity.

Contrary to the opinion polls from previous elections, the latest ones show a possibility of Congress rising to power in the state. The opinion polls show cut-throat competition between the two parties - Indian National Congress and Bharatiya Janata Party. Shivraj Singh Chauhan has been popular in the state, with initiatives like Bhavantar Bhugtan Yojana being called the government's trump card. However, there are some issues that stand between Chouhan and a fourth consecutive tenure. For instance, NCRB data shows an increase of 21% in farmers' suicides in the area between 2014-16.

BJP is completing its 15 years of ruling in the state soon, and has expressed significant confidence that it will maintain a winning streak in Madhya Pradesh. On the other hand, opinion polls suggest that Congress might make a strong return to power under the leadership of its newly appointed President, Rahul Gandhi.

MP Assembly Election Dates 2018: Important dates

Date of Issue of Gazette Notification: 2nd November, 2018
Last Date for Nominations: 9th November 2018
Scrutiny of Nominations to be closed on: 12th November 2018
Last Date for withdrawing the candidatures: 14th November 2018
Date of Poll: 28th November 2018
Date of counting the votes: 11th December 2018

Madhya Pradesh Assembly Election 2013

The 230 constituencies of Madhya Pradesh completed the 2013 assembly elections on 25th November 2013 with 70% voter turnout. The high-impact constituencies are Morena, Rewa, Gwalior, and Indore-5, and all eyes will be on December 8 when the results will be announced.

The current two-time chief minister, the BJP's Shivraj Singh Chouhan, is the running favourite to win for a third time. The same is being confirmed by opinion polls. This is being attributed to the fact that Chouhan has been responsible for the various infrastructure developments in the state, including roads and electricity.

The recent CNN-IBN-The Week survey, conducted by CSDS, claimed that BJP is likely to retain power by winning between 148 and 160 seats, with Congress securing between 52 and 62 seats.

The Congress is already dipping in terms of popularity, stung by the Election Commission verdict that ridiculed the Congress's request to "cover the prominent lotus ponds in regions such as Bundelkhand" as this could boas the elections in the favor of the BJP. The Commission called the statement an insult to the intelligence of the voters. However, there could be surprises if the young Congress brigade, led by Jyotiraditya Scindia, the party's campaign committee chairman in MP and Chhattisgarh, tilts the scales. To do so he would need to gain the confidence of the state farmers, who have been committing suicide on a worrisome scale; he would also need to convince the tribal communities that the Congress party can curb Naxalism and safeguard their interests.

MP Assembly Election Dates 2013

Date of Issue of Gazette Notification: Friday, 1st November 2013
Last Date for Nominations: Friday, 8th November 2013
Scrutiny of Nominations to be closed on: Saturday, 9th November 2013
Last Date for withdrawing the candidatures: Monday, 11th November 2013
Date of Poll: Monday, 25th November 2013
Date of counting the votes: Sunday, 8th December 2013

Madhya Pradesh By Elections 2014

Assembly Consistuency No.Name of Assembly ConsistuencyWinnerPartyVoteRunner up PartyVoteVote Margin
114VijayraghavgarhSanjay PathakBJP90084Vijendra Pt. Prakesh MishraINC3668753397
111BahoribandKunwar Saurabh SinghINC76712Pranay Prabhat PandeyBJP687357977
169AgarGopal ParmarBJP78178Rajkumar GoreINC5047627702


List of Assembly Constituencies in Madhya Pradesh

1 Sheopur
2 Bijeypur
3 Sabalgarh
4 Joura
5 Sumawali
6 Morena
7 Dimni (SC)
8 Ambah (SC)
9 Gohad (SC)
10 Mehgaon
11 Attair
12 Bhind
13 Ron
14 Lahar
15 Gwalior
16 Lashkar East
17 Lashkar West
18 Morar
19 Gird
20 Dabra
21 Bhander (SC)
22 Seondha (SC)
23 Datia
24 Karera
25 Pohri
26 Shivpuri
27 Pichhore
28 Kolaras (SC)
29 Guna
30 Chachaura
31 Raghogarh
32 Shadora (SC)
33 Ashoknagar
34 Mungaoli
35 Bina
36 Khurai (SC)
37 Banda
38 Naryaoli (SC)
39 Sagar
40 Surkhi
41 Rehli
42 Deori
43 Niwari
44 Jatara
45 Khargapur (SC)
46 Tikamgarh
47 Malehra
48 Bijawar
49 Chhatarpur
50 Maharajpur (SC)
51 Chandla
52 Nohata
53 Damoh
54 Patharia (SC)
55 Hatta
56 Panna
57 Amanganj
58 Pawai
59 Maihar
60 Nagod
61 Raigaon (SC)
62 Chitrakoot
63 Satna
64 Rampur Baghelan
65 Amarpatan
66 Rewa
67 Gurh
68 Mangawan
69 Sirmaur
70 Teonthar
71 Deotalab (SC)
72 Mauganj
73 Churahat
74 Sidhi
75 Gopadbanas
76 Dhauhani (ST)
77 Deosar (ST)
78 Singrauli (SC)
79 Beohari
80 Umaria
81 Nowrozabad (ST)
82 Jaisinghnagar (ST)
83 Kotma (ST)
84 Anuppur (ST)
85 Sohagpur
86 Pushprajgarh (ST)
87 Baihar (ST)
88 Lanji
89 Kirnapur
90 Waraseoni
91 Khairlanjee
92 Katangi
93 Balaghat
94 Paraswada
95 Nainpur (ST)
96 Mandla (ST)
97 Bichhia (ST)
98 Bajag (ST)
99 Dindori (ST)
100 Shahpura (ST)
101 Niwas (ST)
102 Bargi (ST)
103 Panagar (ST)
104 Jabalpur Cant.
105 Jabalpur East (SC)
106 Jabalpur Central
107 Jabalpur West
108 Patan
109 Majholi
110 Sihora
111 Bahoriband
112 Murwara
113 Badwara
114 Vijairaghogarh
115 Gadarwara
116 Bohani
117 Narsimhapur
118 Gotegaon (SC)
119 Lakhanadon (ST)
120 Ghansor (ST)

121 Keolari
122 Barghat
123 Seoni
124 Jamai (ST)
125 Chhindwara
126 Parasia (SC)
127 Damua (ST)
128 Amarwara (ST)
129 Chaurai
130 Sausar
131 Pandhurna
132 Piparia
133 Hoshangabad
134 Itarsi
135 Seoni-Malwa
136 Timarni (SC)
137 Harda
138 Multai
139 Masod
140 Bhainsdehi (ST)
141 Betul
142 Ghora Dongri (ST)
143 Amla (SC)
144 Budhni
145 Ichhawar
146 Ashta (SC)
147 Sehore
148 Govindpura
149 Bhopal South
150 Bhopal North
151 Berasia
152 Sanchi (SC)
153 Udaipura
154 Bareli
155 Bhojpur
156 Kurwai (SC)
157 Basoda
158 Vidisha
159 Shamshabad
160 Sironj
161 Biaora
162 Narsingarh
163 Sarangpur (SC)
164 Rajgarh
165 Khilchipur
166 Shujalpur
167 Gulana
168 Shajapur
169 Agar (SC)
170 Susner
171 Tarana (SC)
172 Mahidpur
173 Khachrod
174 Badnagar
175 Ghatiya (SC)
176 Ujjain North
177 Ujjain South
178 Depalpur
179 Mhow
180 Indore-I
181 Indore-II
182 Indore-III
183 Indore-IV
184 Indore-V
185 Sawer (SC)
186 Dewas
187 Sonkatch (SC)
188 Hatpipalya
189 Bagli
190 Khategaon
191 Harsud (ST)
192 Nimarkhedi
193 Pandhana (SC)
194 Khandwa
195 Nepanagar
196 Shahpur
197 Burhanpur
198 Bhikangaon (ST)
199 Barwaha
200 Maheshwar (SC)
201 Kasrawad
202 Khargone
203 Dhulkot (ST)
204 Sendhwa (ST)
205 Anjad (ST)
206 Rajpur (ST)
207 Barwani (ST)
208 Manawar (ST)
209 Dharampuri (ST)
210 Dhar
211 Badnawar
212 Sardarpur (ST)
213 Kukshi (ST)
214 Alirajpur (ST)
215 Jobat (ST)
216 Jhabua (ST)
217 Petlawad (ST)
218 Thandla (ST)
219 Ratlam Town
220 Ratlam Rural
221 Sailana (ST)
222 Jaora
223 Alot (SC)
224 Manasa
225 Garoth
226 Suwasara (SC)
227 Sitamau
228 Mandsaur
229 Neemuch
230 Jawad

Last Updated on : October 11, 2018

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