Madhya Pradesh Assembly Bypolls Results Live: BJP leading on two assembly seats, Congress on one

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Updated: November 2, 2021 6:14:48 pm

2021 MP ByPolls Results, MP Assembly By Election Vote Counting Live Updates: The ruling BJP is facing a straight contest from the opposition Congress on all these seats where a total of 48 candidates are in fray.

The ruling BJP is facing a straight contest from the opposition Congress on all these seats where a total of 48 candidates are in fray.

MP Bypolls Results 2021 Live: The counting of votes for the by-elections to one Lok Sabha constituency and three Assembly seats is being done today. The voting held on September 30 saw a turnout of around 65 per cent in three assembly seats – Raigaon, Prithvipur and Jobat, and nearly 64 per cent in the Khandwa Lok Sabha constituency.

The ruling BJP is facing a straight contest from the opposition Congress on all these seats where a total of 48 candidates are in fray. The BJP accused the Congress of indulging in malpractices while the opposition party hit back, saying the ruling party was levelling such “false” allegations as it is staring at defeat in the bypolls.

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    13:37 (IST)02 Nov 2021
    Results so far have been pleasant: Shivraj Singh Chouhan

    Counting is under way and the results so far have been pleasant & encouraging for BJP. We're way ahead in Khandwa (Parliamentary constituency). I consider Jobat (assembly constituency) results to be very important: MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan

    11:58 (IST)02 Nov 2021
    BJP leading on two out of three seats in Madhya Pradesh, Congress on one
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    11:05 (IST)02 Nov 2021
    BJP's Sulochana Rawat leading with 5,583 votes in Jobat assembly seat

    After seven rounds of counting, BJP candidate Sulochana Rawat maintains her lead on Jobat assembly seat with 5,583 votes.

    10:19 (IST)02 Nov 2021
    BJP leading in Khandwa Lok Sabha seat

    BJP leading in Khandwa Lok Sabha seat.

    10:14 (IST)02 Nov 2021
    BJP is leading on all three asembly seats in Madhya Pradesh

    BJP is leading on all three asembly seats in Madhya Pradesh - Raigaon, Prithvipur and Jobat

    08:26 (IST)02 Nov 2021
    Early trends are expected to trickle down by 9 am

    Early trends are expected to trickle down by 9 am.

    08:22 (IST)02 Nov 2021
    63.88% voter turnout recorded in Khandwa

    Khandwa Lok Sabha seat in Madhya Pradesh, whose BJP MP Nand Kumar Singh Chauhan had died, saw a turnout of 63.88 per cent, while an around 64.60 per cent voting was recorded in the three Assembly seats.

    08:18 (IST)02 Nov 2021
    Straight fight between BJP and Congress

    A straight fight between BJP and Congress is expected in the Assembly segments of Jobat (reserved for ST) in the Alirajpur district, Prithvirpur in the Niwari district and Raigaon (reserved for SC) in the Satna district and the Khandwa Lok Sabha seat.

    08:00 (IST)02 Nov 2021
    Counting of votes begins

    Counting of votes in one Lok Sabha constituency and three Assembly seats begins 

    07:32 (IST)02 Nov 2021
    BJP confident of sweeping all four seats in Madhya Pradesh

    "We are going to win all the four seats. I am confident. Already the Congress has given a walkover (to BJP) in the Khandwa Lok Sabha seat. Their leaders did not even campaign there properly knowing that their defeat is imminent," Madhya Pradesh BJP spokesperson Neha Bagga claimed on Monday. 

    07:28 (IST)02 Nov 2021
    Stiff competition between BJP and Congress

    The Khandwa Lok Sabha constituency and Raigaon Assembly seat were held by the BJP, while Jobat and Prithvipur Assembly seats were with the Congress.

    These by-elections were necessitated due to the death of sitting MLAs and an MP. Of the four seats which went to the bypolls, two constituencies namely Khandwa (Lok Sabha) and Raigaon (SC) were held by the BJP while Jobat and Prithvipur were with the Congress. In the Khandwa Lok Sabha seat, the BJP has fielded former district panchayat president Gyaneshwar Patil, denying ticket to Harshvardhan Chauhan, son of sitting MP Nand Kumar Singh Chauhan, whose demise necessitated the by-election in the constituency.
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