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Lok Sabha General Elections 2024 - Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh, the heartland of India, stands as the second-largest state by area and the fifth-most populous, with over 72 million residents. This land epitomises diversity, boasting a rich cultural tapestry and a unique geographical canvas that stretches from the eastern hills to the western deserts. At the national level, Madhya Pradesh is represented by 11 members in the Rajya Sabha and 29 in the Lok Sabha.

The state's political landscape is a vibrant tapestry, woven with rural and urban constituencies, where a significant tribal population plays a pivotal role in shaping electoral outcomes across several seats. Governing this vast expanse is a multi-tiered system, with a governor at the helm and a chief minister leading the executive branch, ensuring efficient governance and development.

Madhya Pradesh General Elections 2024

The 2024 Indian general election in Madhya Pradesh will unfold in four phases, spanning from 19th April to 13th May, electing 29 representatives to the 18th Lok Sabha. The Election Commission of India unveiled the schedule on 16th March 2024, upholding its mandate to ensure free and fair polling across all constituencies. This constitutional body oversees the conduct of elections to Parliament, the Presidential office, and the Vice-Presidential office, safeguarding the integrity of the democratic process nationwide, including the pivotal elections in Madhya Pradesh.

Number of seats29
Issue of gazette notification 20 Mar 2024
Last date to submit nomination27 Mar 2024
Last date of withdrawal of candidature30 Mar 2024
Date of election 9 Apr 2024
Result Announcement4 Jun 2024

Election History

The genesis of Madhya Pradesh's legislature dates back to 1913, with the establishment of the Central Provinces Legislative Council. The present-day state emerged on November 1, 1956, following the reorganisation of states. Since the 1989 general elections, the BJP has solidified its dominance, claiming 27 and 28 seats in the 2014 and 2019 polls, respectively, reshaping the state's political landscape.

This shift mirrors the evolving preferences of the electorate. Madhya Pradesh has witnessed numerous political stalwarts ascend to national prominence, including former Prime Ministers and Presidents. The state's rich political tapestry has woven a narrative of change, reflecting the dynamic aspirations of its diverse populace.

Political Parties Competing in the 2024 Elections

  • Six national parties are contesting the 2024 Indian general elections: BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party), INC (Indian National Congress), CPIM (Communist Party of India (Marxist)), BSP (Bahujan Samaj Party), NPP (National People’s Party) and AAP (Aam Aadmi Party).
  • The Congress has chosen to contest the 2024 General Elections as part of the I.N.D.I.A. coalition, a formidable alliance comprising 26 parties, including major regional forces like AAP, SP, TMC, RJD, and NCP, aiming to present a united front against the ruling dispensation.
  • Each party has its unique set of promises and policies, aiming to appeal to the diverse electorate of the state. The elections will be a test of the parties’ popularity and their ability to connect with the voters.

The Lok Sabha General Elections 2024 in Madhya Pradesh will be a significant event, reflecting the democratic ethos of the state. With multiple parties vying for the 29 seats, the elections promise to be a vibrant display of the state’s political dynamics. As the state gears up for the elections, the citizens of Madhya Pradesh look forward to exercising their democratic rights and shaping the future of their state. The outcome of these elections will have far-reaching implications on the socio-economic development of the state and the country at large.

Therefore, it is essential for every eligible voter to exercise their right to vote and contribute to the democratic process. The elections are not just about choosing a government, but also about strengthening the democratic fabric of the country. So, let’s all participate in this festival of democracy and make our voices heard.

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