Madhya Pradesh (MP) Assembly Election Results


Madhya Pradesh Assembly Election Results December 11, 2018



Total Seats: 230 Majority: 116
PartyWonChange
Indian National Congress11456
Bharatiya Janata Party109-56
Independent40
Bahujan Samaj Party2-2
Samajwadi Party10
Total230


Madhya Pradesh (MP) Election 2018 Results

*Map showing Madhya Pradesh Assembly election results 2018. The result will be updated as soon as it is declared on 11th Dec 2018. Disclaimer

Elections to the Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly were held on November 28, 2018, and the results were declared on December 11, 2018. The state legislative assembly comprises of 230 seats. At least 116 seats are required to form the government. INC has bagged the maximum number of seats - falling just 2 seats behind the threshold to form the government. The party won 114 seats, while BJP came close second, winning 109 seats. Bahujan Samaj Party and Samajwadi Party won 2 and 1 seat respectively. Independent candidates stood victorious from 4 seats.

Madhya Pradesh Assembly Election 2018 Party Wise Results (230 Seats)

State Win Second WinOthers Win
Madhya PradeshINC 114BJP 109BSP 2Others 5
2018 Result
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