MP Lok Sabha Election Result 2019: BJP wins state with 28 seats


The BJP has improved on its 2014 tally in Madhya Pradesh. Out of 29 seats, the BJP took 28 while the Congress won just 1. In 2014, the party of Narendra Modi had emphatically secured 27 seats.


Madhya Pradesh Lok Sabha
ConstituencyBJP Candidate NamesINC Candidate Names
SidhiSmt. Riti Pathak (Winner)Ajay Singh Rahul
ShahdolSmt. Himadri Singh (Winner)Pramila Singh
JabalpurRakesh Singh (Winner)Vivek Tankha
MandlaFaggan Singh Kulaste (Winner)Kamal Maravi
BalaghatDhal Singh Bisen (Winner)Madhu Bhagat
ChhindwaraNatthan ShahNakul Nath (Winner)
TikamgarhVirendra Kumar Khateek (Winner)Kiran Ahirwar
DamohPrahlad Patel (Winner)Pratap Singh Lodhi
KhajurahoBishnu Datt Sharma (Winner)Kavita Singh
SatnaGanesh Singh (Winner)Raja Ram Tripathi
RewaJanardan Mishra (Winner)Sidharth Tiwari
HoshangabadRao Udai Pratap Singh (Winner)Shailendra Diwan
BetulDurgadas Uike (Winner)Ramu Tekam
MorenaNarendra Singh Tomar (Winner)Ram Niwas Rawat
BhindSmt. Sandhya Rai (Winner)Devasish Jararia
GwaliorVivek Sejwalkar (Winner)Ashok Singh
GunaKrishna Pal Singh (Winner)Jyotiraditya Scindia
SagarRajbahadur Singh (Winner)Prabhu Singh Thakur
VidishaRamakant Bhargav (Winner)Shailendra Patel
Bhopalsadhvi pragya (Winner)Digvijaya Singh
RajgarhRoadmal Nagar (Winner)Mona Sustani
DewasMahendra Solanki (Winner)Prahlad Tipaniya
UjjainAnil Firojiya (Winner)Babulal Malviya
MandsourSudhir Gupta (Winner)Meenakshi Natarajan
RatlamG S Damor (Winner)Kanti Lal Bhuria
DharChattar Singh Darbar (Winner)Dinesh Girwal
IndoreShankar Lalwani (Winner)Pankaj Sanghavi
KhargoneGajendra Patel (Winner)Dr. Govind Muzaalda
KhandwaNand Kumar Singh Chouhan (Winner)Arun Yadav




The State of Madhya Pradesh gives 29 seats for the Lok Sabha in the largest democracy. 6 constituencies went for polling on April 29. 7 constituencies voted for the 2019 general elections on May 6. For 8 constituencies, the polling was held on May 12 and the remaining 8 constituencies voted for the parliamentary elections on May 19.

Madhya Pradesh provided a highly favorable scene for the BJP during the 2014 general elections and gave the party an overwhelming victory from 27 out of the total 29 constituencies in the state. The Congress could win only from 2 seats during these elections. During 2009 elections for the parliament, 16 Lok Sabha elections were claimed by BJP and 12 by the Congress party.

In the Bhopal constituency, the senior leader of Congress Digvijay Singh is seen in a tough battle with Pragya Singh Thakur of BJP. Jyotiraditya Scindia of INC is now contesting once again from the Guna Lok Sabha seat for the 2019 elections locking horns with BJP’s KP Yadav. Notably, this is Yadav’s first Lok Sabha election. The sitting MP from Gwalior Narendra Singh Tomar is contesting now from Morena this time. In Bhopal, there are 30 nominees for the Lok Sabha elections 2019 and 25 in Morena with 18 each in the list in Bhind and Gwalior.

SEE ALSO:

Lok Sabha Elections Results 2019: Bharatiya Janata Party leads in early trends

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