New Delhi: The counting of the votes recorded in the elections to the 4 state assemblies namely Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Telangana began at exactly 8 am. First, counting of postal votes is underway.
The Election Commission announced the date of assembly elections for 5 states namely Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Telangana and Mizoram on October 9. It announced that vote registration will be held from November 7 to 30 in all 5 states and counting of votes will be held on December 3. According to this, elections were held in Chhattisgarh on November 7 and 17, in Mizoram on November 7, in Madhya Pradesh on November 17, in Rajasthan on November 25 and in Telangana on November 30.
Poly Exam in Telangana: Voting for all 119 constituencies in Telangana state was completed in one phase on 30th. In this, the State Election Commission reported that 71.07 percent of the votes were recorded. Will Chandrasekhara Rao take power for the 3rd time in the Telangana Legislative Assembly elections? Or will the Congress win more seats and come to power in Telangana for the first time as per the post-poll polls? Or, will there be a hung parliament with no one getting a majority? What is the position of BJP? Various questions will be answered by this afternoon.
Will BJP retain Madhya Pradesh? The election results of a total of 230 assembly constituencies in the state of Madhya Pradesh are out today. The ruling BJP is seeking a fifth term in power here. The opposition Congress has tried hard to counter this. Although other parties contested here, there was a two-sided competition between BJP and Congress.
Some of the agencies that released their post-election forecasts pointed to a BJP rule again. Still others predicted that the Congress would form the government. Due to this, it seems that the BJP and Congress parties have cast a net for candidates who have a chance of winning there in the face of fierce competition.
For whom is Rajasthan? Rajasthan has a total of 200 assembly constituencies. Of these, due to the death of Congress candidate Gurmeet Singh from Karanpur constituency in Ganganagar district, the election was postponed only in that constituency. Elections for the remaining 199 constituencies were held in a single phase on 25th of last month. There is direct competition between BJP and Congress in Rajasthan. Congress and BJP have been ruling here for the last 25 years. Congress hopes to retain power this time. The BJP is making serious efforts to form the next government. Some polls suggest that the Congress will retain power in Rajasthan and some that the BJP will take over.
Chhattisgarh, Congress and Hope.. The first phase of polling was held on November 7 for 20 of the 90 legislative assembly constituencies in the state of Chhattisgarh. Voting was held for the remaining constituencies in the second phase on November 17. 76.31% votes were recorded in Chhattisgarh elections including both phases of elections.
It needs to win 46 constituencies to form the government. Opinion polls show that the ruling Congress is more likely to retain power. In this state, there was a direct contest between BJP and Congress. However, various opinion polls have indicated that the ruling Congress party will retain power again.