2013 Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly election

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Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly election, 2013
मध्य प्रदेश विधान सभा, 2013

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All 230 seats in the Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly
116 seats needed for a majority
Turnout72.07%Increase2.79
  First party Second party
  Shivraj Singh Chauhan.jpg Hand INC.svg
Leader Shivraj Singh Chouhan undeclared
Party BJP INC
Leader since 29 November 2005
Leader's seat Budhni and Vidisha
Last election 143 71
Seats before 143 71
Seats after 165 58
Seat change 22Increase 13Decrease
Popular vote 15,191,335 12,315,253
Percentage 44.88% 36.38%

Madhya Pradesh

Chief Minister before election

Shivraj Singh Chouhan
BJP

Chief Minister

Shivraj Singh Chouhan
BJP

A Legislative Assembly election was held on 25 November 2013 in Madhya Pradesh, India,[1] with the result announced on 8 December.[2] Along with other provincial elections, these were the first five elections in which the Election Commission of India (ECI) implemented a "None of the above" (NOTA) voting option, allowing the electorate to register a neutral vote but not to outright reject candidates. In a first, the Election Commission of India also appointed Central Awareness Observers, whose main task was to oversee voter awareness and facilitation.[3]

Opinion polls[edit]

All major pre-poll surveys predicted BJP's win.

Survey by BJP Congress BSP Others
India Today Group-ORG Poll [4] 143 78 9
ABP News-Dainik Bhaskar-Nielsen[5] 155 65 10
CSDS-CNN-IBN-The Week[6] 148–160 52–62 3–7 10–18
Actual Results 165 58 4 3

List of declared candidates[edit]

A total of 2,586 candidates[7] filled their nomination for 230 seats spread across 51 districts.[8]

Prominent BJP candidates included former CM Babulal Gaur (Govindpura constituency in Bhopal), Kailash Vijayvargiya (Mhow in Indore) and former PM, Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s nephew Anoop Mishra (Bhitarvar in Gwalior).

Prominent Congress candidates included former Union Minister Suresh Pachouri (Bhojpur), leader of the opposition in the assembly Ajay Singh (Churhat), Digvijaya Singh’s son Jaivardhan Singh (Raghogarh), and Sachin Yadav, son of former Deputy CM, Subhash Yadav (Kasravad).

Constituency No. Constituency Name Congress Bharatiya Janata Party Others Independent
001 Sheopur Brijraj Singh Chouhan Shri Durgalal Vijay
002 Vijaypur Ram Niwas Rawat Sitaram Aadivashi
003 Sabalgarh Suresh Choudhary Maherban Singh Rawat, Ex-MLA
004 Joura Banwari Lal Subedar Singh Sikar
005 Sumawali Adal Singh Kansana Satyapal Singh
006 Morena Dinesh Gurjar Rushtam Singh, Ex-MLA
007 Dimani Ravindra Singh Tomar Bhidausa Shivamangal Singh, MLA
008 Ambah – SC Amarsingh Sakhwar Banshi Lal Jatav
009 Ater Satyadev Katare Arvind Singh Bhadoriya
010 Bhind
011 Lahar Govind Singh Rasal Singh, Ex-MLA
012 Mehgaon
013 Gohad – SC Mewaram Jatav Lalsingh Arya, Ex-MLA
014 Gwalior Rural Ramsevak Singh (Babuji) Bharat Singh Kushwaha
015 Gwalior Pradyumn Singh Tomar Jaibhan Singh Pavaia, Ex-MP
016 Gwalior East Munnalal Goyal Maya Singh
017 Gwalior South Ramesh Goyal Narain Singh Kushwah
018 Bhitarwar Lakhan Singh Yadav Anoop Mishra, MLA
019 Dabra – SC Ms. Imarti Devi Suresh Raje
020 Sewda Pradeep Aggarwal
021 Bhander – SC Arun Kumar Bharti
022 Datia Dr. Narottam Mishra, MLA
023 Karera – SC Smt. Shakuntala Khatik Om Prakash Khatik, Ex-MLA
024 Pohari Hari Vallabh Shukla Prahlad Bharti, MLA
025 Shivpuri Yashodhara Raje, MP
026 Pichhore K.P. Singh Kakkajoo
027 Kolaras Ram Singh Devendra Jain, MLA
028 Bamori Mahendra Singh Sisodia
029 Guna – SC Neeraj Nigam Panna Lal Shakya
030 Chachoura Shivnarayan Meena Mamta Meena
031 Raghogarh Radheyshyam Dhakar
032 Ashok Nagar – SC Gopilal Jatav, Ex-MLA
033 Chanderi
034 Mungaoli Deshraj Singh, MLA
035 Bina – SC Ms. Nirmala Sapre Mahesh Rai
036 Khurai Arunodaya Choubey Bhupendra Singh, MP
037 Surkhi Govindsingh Rajput Parul Sahu
038 Deori Ratan Singh Silarpur,Ex-MLA
039 Rehli Gopal Bhargav, MLA
040 Naryoli
041 Sagar Shailendra Jain, MLA
042 Banda Narayan Prajapati
043 Tikamgarh Yadvendra Singh K.K. Srivastava
044 Jatara – SC Harishankar Khatik, MLA
045 Prithvipur Brajendra Singh Anita Nayak
046 Niwari
047 Khargapur Rahul Singh
048 Maharajpur Mahendra Chaurasiya Kunwar Manvendra Singh, MLA
049 Chandla – SC R.D. Prajapati
050 Rajnagar Kunwar Vikram Singh Nati Raja Dr. Ramkrishna Kushmaria, MLA
051 Chhatarpur Alok Chaturvedi Lalita Yadav
052 Bijawar Rajesh Shukla Pushpendra Nath Pathak[9]
053 Malhara Tilak Singh Lodhi Rekha Yadav
054 Pathariya Lakhan Patel
055 Damoh Jayant Malaiya, MLA
056 Jabera Pratap Singh Dashrath Singh,Ex-MLA
057 Hatta
058 Pawai Pandit Mukesh Nayak Brijendra Pratap Singh, MLA
059 Gunnaor
060 Panna Sushree Kushum Mehdele, Ex-MLA
061 Chitrakoot Prem Singh Surendra Gaharwar, MLA
062 Raigaon – SC Pushpraj Bagari
063 Satna Rajaram Tripathi Shankarlal Tiwari, MLA
064 Nagod Yadvendra Singh Gagnendra Pratap Singh
065 Maihar Narayan Tripathi
066 Amarpatan Dr. Rajendra Kumar Singh
067 RampurBaghelan Kamlendra Singh Kamlu Harsh Singh, Ex-MLA
068 Sirmour Dr Vivek Tiwari Divyaraj Singh
069 Semariya
070 Teonthar Ramakant Tiwari, Ex-MLA
071 Mauganj Laxman Tiwari, MLA
072 Deotalab Girish Goutam, MLA
073 Mangawan – SC Trivedi Prasad Maitraiy
074 Rewa Rajendra Shukla, MLA
075 Gurh Nagendra Singh, MLA
076 Churhat Ajay Arjun Singh Shri Sarvendu Tiwari
077 Sidhi Kamleshwar Dwivedi Kedarnath Shukla, MLA
078 Sihawal Vishwamitra Pathak, MLA
079 Chitrangi – ST Jagannath Singh, MLA
080 Singrauli Ramlallu Vaishya, MLA
081 Devsar
082 Dhauhani – ST R.D. Singh Kunwar Singh Tekam, MLA
083 Beohari – ST Ram Pal Singh Ram Prasad Singh Paraste
084 Jaisingnagar – ST Dhyan Singh Marko Mrs. Pramila Singh
085 Jaitpur – ST Lallan Singh Jaisingh Maravi, MLA
086 Kotma Rajesh Soni
087 Anuppur- ST Bisahulal Singh Ramlal Rotal, Ex-MLA
088 Pushprajgarh – ST Phundelal Singh Marko
089 Bandhavgarh – ST Pyarelal Baiga
090 Manpur – ST Ms. Sakuntala Pradhan
091 Barwara – ST Basanth S (Bijay Raghvendra Singh)
092 Vijayraghavgarh Sanjay PathakVijayraghavgarh: Sanjay Pathak Padma Shukla
093 Murwara
094 Bahoriband Dr. Nishith Patel Prabhat Pandey, Ex-MLA
095 Patan Ajay Vishnoi, MLA
096 Bargi Pratibha Singh, MLA
097 Jabalpur Purba – SC Lakhan Ghanghoria Anchal Sonkar, Ex-MLA
098 Jabalpur Uttar Naresh Sarraf Sharad Jain, MLA
099 Jabalpur Cantt. Shri. Ashok Rohani
100 Jabalpur Paschim Tarun Bhanot Harendra Singh Babbu
101 Panagar
102 Sihora – ST Mrs. Jamuna Maravi
103 Shahpura – ST Mrs. Ganga Bai Ureti Om Prakash Dhurve, Ex-MLA
104 Dindori – ST Omkar Singh Markam Jai Singh Maravi
105 Bichhiya – ST Narayan Singh Patta Pandit Singh Dhurve, Ex-MLA
106 Niwas – ST Patiram Pandro Rampyare Kulaste, MLA
107 Mandla – ST Sanjeev Chhotelal Uike Sampatia Uike
108 Baihar – ST Sanjay Uike Bhagat Singh Netam, Ex-MLA
109 Lanji Ms. Heena Kavre Ramesh Bhatere, MLA
110 Paraswada Ms. Madhu Bhagat Ramkishore Kanware, MLA
111 Balaghat Gourishankar Bisen, MLA
112 Waraseoni Pradeep Amritlal Jaiswal Dr. Yogendra Nirmal
113 Katangi K.D. Deshmukh, MP
114 Barghat – ST Arjun Singh Kakodiya Kamal Maskule, MLA
115 Seoni Naresh Diwakar, Ex-MLA
116 Keolari Rajanish Singh Dr. Dhal Singh Bisen, Ex-MLA
117 Lakhnadon – ST Shashi Thakur, MLA
118 Gotegaon – SC Narmada Prasad Prajapati
119 Narsingpur Sunil Jaiswal
120 Narsingpur
121 Gadarwara Mrs. Sadhana Sthapak
122 Junnardeo – ST Mathan Shah
123 Amarwara – ST Kamlesh Pratap Shah
124 Churai
125 Saunsar Nanabhau Mohod, MLA
126 Chhindwara Deepak Saxena
127 Parasia – SC Sohanlal Valmiki Tarachand Bavariya, MLA
128 Pandhurna – ST Jatin Uike
129 Multai Sukhdeo Panse MLA Chandrashekhar Deshmukh
130 Amla – SC Ms. Sunita Bhele Chetram Manekar, MLA
131 Betul Hemant Wagdre Rajeev Khandelwal
132 Ghoradongri – ST Sajjan Singh Uike, Ex-MLA
133 Bhainsdehi – ST Dharmu Singh Siryam Mahenra Singh Chouhan, Ex-MLA
134 Timarni – ST Sanjay Shah, MLA
135 Harda R.K. Dogne Kamal Patel, MLA
136 SeoniMalwa Hajarilal Raghuwanshi Sartaj Singh, MLA
137 Hoshangabad Dr. Sitasharan Sharma, Ex-MLA
138 Sohagpur Vijay Pal Singh, MLA
139 Pipariya – SC Ms. Mamta Nagoatra Thakur Das Nagvanshi
140 Udaipura Bhagwan Singh Rajpoot Ramkishan patel
141 Bhojpur Surendra Patwa, MLA
142 Sanchi – SC Dr. Prabhuram Choudhary Dr. Gauri Shankar Shejwar, Ex-MLA
143 Silwani Rampal Singh, Ex-MLA
144 Vidisha Shashank Bhargav Kalyan Singh
145 Basoda Hari Singh Raghuvanshi, MLA
146 Kurwai – SC Panbai Panthi Veer Singh Panwar
147 Sironj Laxmikant Sharma, MLA
148 Shamshabad Ms. Jyotsana Yadav Surya Prakash Meena, MLA
149 Berasia – SC Mahesh Ratnakar Vishnu Khatri
150 Bhopal Uttar Arif Aqueel Aarif Beg, Ex-MP
151 Narela, Bhopal Vishwas Sarang, MLA
152 Bhopal Dakshin-Paschim Sanjeev Saxena Umashankar Gupta, MLA
153 Bhopal Madhya
154 Govindpura Govind Goyal Babulal Gaur, MLA
155 Huzur Jitendra Kumar Daga, MLA
156 Budhni Shivraj Singh Chouhan, CM
157 Ashta – SC kailash parmar Ranjeet Singh Gunwan, MLA
158 Ichhawar Shailendra Patel Karan Singh Verma, MLA
159 Sehore Usha Saxena
160 Narsinghgarh Girish Bhandari Mohan Sharma, MLA
161 Biaora
162 Rajgarh Amar Singh Yadav
163 Khilchipur Priyavrat Singh
164 Sarangpur – SC Krishna Mohan Malviya Kunwar Kothar
165 Susner Vallab Bhai Ambavatia
166 Agar – SC Madhu Gehlot
167 Shajapur Karada Hukum Singh
168 Shujalpur
169 Kalapipal
170 Sonkatch – SC arjun verma Rajendra Verma, MLA
171 Dewas sushri rekha verma Tukojirao Panwar, MLA*
172 Hatpipliya thakur rajendra singh baghel Deepak Joshi, MLA
173 Khategaon shyam holani ashish sharma
174 Bagali – ST Ter Singh Devda Champalal Devda, MLA
175 Mandhata Lokendra Singh Tomar, MLA
176 Harsud – ST Surajbhan Singh Solanki Vijay Shah, MLA
177 Khandwa – SC Devendra Verma, MLA
178 Pandhana – ST Nandu Bare
179 Nepanagar – ST Ramkishan Patel Rajendra Dadu, MLA
180 Burhanpur Archana Chitnish, MLA
181 Bhikangaon – ST jhuma solanki Nanda Brahmane
182 Badwah rajendra singh solanki hitendra singh solanki
183 Maheshwar – SC sunil khande Rajkumar Mev, MLA
184 Kasrawad Sachin Yadav Atmaram Patel, MLA
185 Khargone Ravi Joshi Balkrishna Patidar, MLA
186 Bhagwanpura – ST Vijay Singh Solanki Gajendra Patel
187 Sendhawa – ST Antar Singh Arya, MLA
188 Rajpur – ST Bala Bachchan
189 Pansemal – ST Deewan Singh, Ex-MLA
190 Badwani – ST Ramesh Patel Prem Singh, MLA
191 Alirajpur – ST Nagar Singh, MLA
192 Jobat – ST Madhav Singh Dabar, Ex-MLA
193 Jhabua
194 Thandla – ST Gour Singh Vasuniya
195 Petlawad – ST Walsingh Meda Nirmala Bhuriya, Ex-MLA
196 Sardarpur – ST Pratap Grevval Vel Singh Bhuriya
197 Gandhwani – ST Umang Singhar
198 Kukshi – ST Surendra Singh Honey Baghel Mukam Singh Kirade
199 Manawar
200 Dharampuri – ST Panchilal Meda
201 Dhar Neena Verma, MLA
202 Badnawar Rajvardhan Singh Premsingh bhairo singh shekhawat
203 Depalpur satynaran patel Manoj Patel, Ex-MLA
204 Indore – 1 Dipu Yadav Sudarshan Gupta, MLA
205 Indore – 2 chhotu shukla Ramesh Mendola, MLA
206 Indore – 3 Ashwin Joshi Sushree Usha Thakur, Ex-MLA
207 Indore – 4 Suresh Minda Malini Goud, MLA
208 Indore – 5 pankaj sanghavi Mahendra Hardia, MLA
209 Dr. Ambedkarnagar (Mhow) Antar Singh Darbar Kailash Vijayvargiya, MLA
210 Rau Jeetu Patwari Jitu Jirati, MLA
211 Sanwer – SC Tulisiram Silawat rajesh sonkar
212 NagadaKhachrod Dilip Singh Gurjar
213 Mahidpur Dr. Kalpana Parulekar bahadur singh
214 Tarana rajendra malviy anil firojiya
215 Ghatiya – SC Ram Lal Malviya satish malaviya
216 Ujjain Uttar Vivek Yadav paras jain
217 Ujjain Dakshin jai singh Dr Mohan Yadav
218 Badnagar
219 Ratlam Rural – ST Mathura Lal Dabar
220 Ratlam City Chetanya Kasyap Aditi Davesar Himmat Kothari
221 Sailana – ST Sangeeta Charel
222 Jaora Rajendra Pandey, Ex-MLA
223 Alot
224 Mandsaur Mahendra Singh Gurjar
225 Malhargarh – SC Jagdish Deoda, MLA
226 Suwasra
227 Garoth Subhash Kumar Sojatia
228 Manasa Vijendra Singh Malaheda (Vijju)
229 Neemuch Nand Kishor Patel
230 Jawad Om Prakash Saklecha, MLA

Note: Constituency names marked with SC or ST are reserved for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes respectively. * = Puar died of cardiac arrest on 20 June 2015.[10]

Campaign[edit]

On 10 November, CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan, who won an election from the Budhni seat in 2008, decided to run again from two seats, Budhni and Vidisha.[11]

A large number of rallies took place prior to elections addressed by various local and national level party leaders including BJP's prime ministerial candidate for forthcoming General Elections, Narendra Modi[12][13][14][15] and Congress vice president, Rahul Gandhi.[16][17][18]

BJP leader and Chief Ministerial candidate Shivraj Singh Chouhan used 3D Virtual Live Technology[19] to address various rallies simultaneously from one place. This technology was previously used by the then Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi[20] during 2012 Gujarat legislative assembly election

BJP extensively campaigned on social media[21] including Twitter and Facebook to attract young and first time voters. BJP's mobile app[22] was also released in a view of upcoming state and General Elections on various platforms including Android, iOS, and Symbian.

ECI also made people aware of the newly introduced NOTA button on EVMs.[23]

Controversies[edit]

On 5 November, Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly speaker and Jabalpur Cantonment MLA, Ishwar Das Rohani died following a heart attack.[24]

Polls were conducted peacefully and no major untoward incident was reported,[25] however, the Election Commission said minor incidents of violence were reported from Bhind and Morena districts.[26]

An assistant poll official in Katni district’s Vijayraghavgarh seat, KB Shrivastava, died of a heart attack while on duty.[27] A case was registered against state minister Ranjana Baghel in Dhar district for allegedly bribing voters.[26]

Election[edit]

Voter-verified paper audit trail (VVPAT) along with EVMs was used in 1 assembly seat in Madhya Pradesh elections.[28][29] There were over 47 million voters were eligible to exercise their Right to Franchise. Polling for the 230-member assembly began at 0800 hours IST and continued till 1700 hours, baring three Naxal-affected seats of Baihar, Paraswada and Lanjhi in Balaghat district[30] where it ended at 1500 hours.

Polling started with a brisk voter turnout reaching only 18%[27] till 1100 hours, however, turnout increased significantly after mid day and reached 71% by the evening, surpassing the earlier 69.08% turnout recorded during 2008 elections, making it the highest recorded voter turnout in Madhya Pradesh.[31]

Results[edit]

Counting of votes started on December 8, 2013 at 0800 hours IST which continued till later part of the evening. BJP emerged as the winner with 165 seats followed by Congress and BSP with 58 and 4 seats respectively. 3 Independent MLAs also won the polls.[32][33]


e • d Summary of results of the Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly election, 2013
Political Party
Flag
Candidates
Seats Won
Net Change
in seats
% of Seats
% of Votes
Change in %
of vote
BJP - 165 22Increase 71.74 44.88% Increase
INC Flag of the Indian National Congress.svg - 58 13Decrease 25.22 36.38% Decrease
BSP Elephant Bahujan Samaj Party.svg - 4 3Decrease 1.74 6.29% Decrease
Independent - 3 No Change 1.30 5.38% Decrease
    Total 230 Turnout 70.23% Voters 4,36,00,000

Constituency-wise results[edit]

Constituency Constituency No. Leading Candidate Leading Party Trailing Candidate Trailing Party Margin
Agar 166 Manohar Oontwal BJP Madhav Singh Congress 28859
Alirajpur 191 Chouhan Nagarsingh BJP Sena Mahesh Patel Congress 17369
Alote 223 Jitendra Thavarchand Gehlot BJP Ajit Premchand Guddu Congress 7973
Amarpatan 66 Rajendra Kumar Singh Congress Chhangelal Kol BSP 11739
Amarwara 123 Kamlesh Shah Congress Uttam Premnarayan Thakur BJP 4063
Ambah 8 Satyaprakash BSP Banshi Lal Jatav BJP 11288
Amla 130 Chaitram Manekar BJP Bele Sunita Congress 39602
Anuppur 87 Ramlal Rautel BJP Bisahulal Singh Congress 11745
Ashok Nagar 32 Gopilal Jatav BJP Jajpalsingh Jajji Congress 3348
Ashta 157 Ranjeet Singh Gunwan BJP Gopal Singh Engineer Congress 5504
Ater 9 Satyadev Katare Congress Arvind Singh Bhadoriya BJP 14022
Badnagar 218 Mukesh Pandya BJP Mahesh Patel Congress 13135
Badnawar 202 Bhanvarsingh Shekhawat BJP Rajvardhansingh Premsingh Dattigaon Congress 9527
Badwaha 182 Hitendra Sinh Dhyan Sinh Solanki BJP Sachin Birla Independent 5630
Badwara 91 Moti Kashyap BJP Vijay Raghvendra Singh (Basant Singh) Congress 3287
Bagli 174 Champalal Devda BJP Tersingh Devda Congress 25332
Bahoriband 94 Prabhat Pandey (Bade Babbu) BJP Ku Dr. Nishith Patel Congress 17652
Baihar 108 Sanjay Uikey Congress Bhagat Singh Netam BJP 32352
Balaghat 111 Gourishankar Chaturbhuj Bisen BJP Anubha Munjare Samajwadi Party 3015
Bamori 28 Mahendra Singh Sisodia (Sanju Bhaiya) Congress Kanhaiya Lal Rameswar Agrawal BJP 18561
Banda 42 Harvansh (Sukku Bhaiya) BJP Narayan Prajapati Congress 17880
Bandhavgarh 89 Gyan Singh BJP Pyrelal Baiga Congress 18645
Barghat 114 Kamal Marskole BJP Arjun Singh (Arjun Bhaiyya) Congress 269
Bargi 96 Pratibha Singh BJP Thakur Sobran Singh (Babuji) Congress 7399
Barwani 190 Ramesh Patel Congress Premsingh Patel BJP 10527
Basoda 145 Nishank Kumar Jain Congress Harisingh Raghuwanshi BJP 16159
Beohari 83 Ram Pal Singh Congress Ram Prasad Singh BJP 17342
Berasia 149 Vishnu Khatri BJP Mahesh Ratnakar Congress 29304
Betul 131 Hemant Vijay Khandelwal BJP Hemant Wagadre Congress 24347
Bhagwanpura 186 Vijay Singh Congress Gajengra Singh BJP 1820
Bhainsdehi 133 Mahendra Kesharsingh Chouhan BJP Dharmusingh Sirsam Congress 13276
Bhander 21 Ghanshyam Pironiya BJP Arun Kumar (Annu Bharti) Congress 7651
Bhikangaon 181 Jhuma Solanki Congress Nanda Brahamne BJP 2399
Bhind 10 Narendra Singh Kushwah BJP Sanjeev Singh (Sanju) BSP 5993
Bhitrwar 18 Lakhan Singh Yadav Congress Anoop Mishra BJP 6548
Bhojpur 141 Surendra Patwa BJP Suresh Pachouri Congress 20149
Bhopal Dakshina-Pashchim 152 Umashankar Gupta BJP Sanjeev Saxena Congress 18198
Bhopal Madhya 153 Surendra Nath Singh BJP Arif Masood Congress 6981
Bhopal Uttar 150 Arif Aqueel Congress Arif Baig BJP 6664
Biaora 161 Narayan Singh Panwar BJP Ram Chandra Dangi Congress 3088
Bichhiya 105 Pandit Singh Dhurwey BJP Narayan Singh Patta Congress 18316
Bijawar 52 Guddan Pathak (Pushpendra Nath) BJP Bablu Rajesh Shukla Congress 10379
Bina 35 Mahesh Rai BJP Nirmala Sapre Congress 18769
Budhni 156 Shivraj Singh Chouhan BJP Dr. Mahendra Singh Chauhan Congress 84805
Burhanpur 180 Archna Chitnis Didi BJP Ajaysingh Raghuvanshi Congress 22827
Chachoda 30 Mamta Meena BJP Shivnarayan Meena Congress 34901
Chanderi 33 Gopal Singh Chauhan (Daggi Raja) Congress Rao Rajkumar Singh Yadav BJP 30318
Chandla 49 R D Prajapati BJP Harprasad Congress 37397
Chhatarpur 51 Lalita Yadav BJP Alok Chaturvedi (Pajjan Bhaiya) Congress 2217
Chhindwara 126 Choudhary Chandrabhansingh Kubersingh BJP Deepak Saxena Congress 24778
Chitrakoot 61 Prem Singh Congress Surendra Singh Gaharwar BJP 10970
Chitrangi 79 Saraswati Singh Congress Jagannath Singh BJP 9845
Churai 124 Pt. Ramesh Dudey BJP Choudhary Gambheer Singh Congress 13631
Churhat 76 Ajay Singh Congress Sharadendu Tiwari BJP 19356
Dabara 19 Imarti Devi Congress Suresh Rajey BJP 33278
Damoh 55 Jayant Malaiya BJP Chandra Bhan Bhaiya Congress 4953
Datia 22 Dr. Narottam Mishra BJP Rajendra Bharti Congress 11697
Deori 38 Harsh Yadav Congress Ratansingh Silarpur BJP 22080
Deotalab 72 Girish Gautam BJP Ad. Vidhya Wati Patel BSP 3885
Depalpur 203 Manoj Nirbhaysingh Patel BJP Satyanarayan Patel Congress 30197
Devsar 81 Rajendra Meshram BJP Banshmani Prasad Verma Independent 33214
Dewas 171 Tukojirao Puar BJP Rekha Verma Congress 50119
Dhar 201 Neena Vikram Verma BJP Kunw. Balmukund Singh Gautam Congress 11482
Dharampuri 200 Kalusingh Thakur BJP Pachilal Meda Congress 7573
Dhouhani 82 Kunwar Singh Tekam BJP Tilakraj Singh Uike Congress 19001
Dimani 7 Balveer Singh Dandotiya BSP Ravindra Singh Tomar Bhidausa Congress 2106
Dindori 104 Omkar Singh Markam Congress Jay Singh Maravi BJP 6388
Dr.Ambedkar Nagar -Mhow 209 Kailash Vijayvargiya BJP Antersingh Darbar Congress 12216
Gadarwara 121 Govind Singh Patel BJP Suneeta Patel Independent 25313
Gandhwani 197 Umang Singhar Congress Sardarsingh Meda BJP 12326
Garoth 227 Rajesh Yadav Dharmveer Singh BJP Subhash Kumar Sojatia Congress 25755
Ghatiya 215 Satish Malviya BJP Ramlal Malviya Congress 17369
Ghodadongri 132 Sajjan Singh Ueikey BJP Bramha Congress 8084
Gohad 13 Lal Singh Arya BJP Mevaram Jatav Congress 19814
Gotegaon 118 Dr. Kailash Jatav BJP Narmada Prasad Prajapati (N.P.) Congress 20171
Govindpura 154 Babulal Gaur BJP Govind Goyal Congress 70644
Guna 29 Pannalal Shakya BJP Neeraj Nigam Congress 45111
Gunnour 59 Mahendra Singh BJP Shiv Dayal Congress 1337
Gurh 75 Sunder Lal Tiwari Congress Nagendra Singh BJP 1382
Gwalior 15 Jai Bhan Singh Pawaiya BJP Pradhuman Singh Tomar Congress 15561
Gwalior East 16 Maya Singh (Mami) BJP Munnalal Goyal (Munna Bhaiya) Congress 1147
Gwalior Rural 14 Bharat Singh Kushwah BJP Ram Sevak Singh (Babuji) Congress 11938
Gwalior South 17 Narayan Singh Kushwah BJP Ramesh Agrawal Congress 16267
Harda 135 Ram Kishore Dogne Congress Kamal Patel BJP 4651
Harsud 176 Kuvar Vijay Shah BJP Surajbhanu Solanki Congress 43571
Hatpipliya 172 Deepak Kailash Joshi BJP Th.Rajendra Singh Baghel Congress 6175
Hatta 57 Umadevi-Lalchand Khatik BJP Hari Shankar Chodhri Congress 2852
Hoshangabad 137 Dr Sita Sharan Sharma BJP Ravi Kishor Jaiswal Congress 49296
Huzur 155 Rameshwar Sharma BJP Rajendra Mandloi Congress 59604
Ichhawar 158 Shailendra Ramesh Chandra Patel Congress Karan Singh Kanhaiyalal BJP 744
Indore-1 204 Arya Sudarshan Gupta BJP Kamlesh Khandelwal Independent 54176
Indore-2 205 Ramesh Mendola BJP Chhotu Shukla Congress 91017
Indore-3 206 Usha Thakur (Didi) BJP Ashwin Joshi Congress 13318
Indore-4 207 Malini Laxman Singh Gaur BJP Suresh Minda Congress 33823
Indore-5 208 Mahendra Hardia BJP Pankaj Sanghvi Congress 14418
Jabalpur Cantt 99 Ashok Ishwardas Rohani BJP Sarveshwar 'Chaman' Shrivastava Congress 53741
Jabalpur East 97 Anchal Sonkar BJP Advocate Lakhan Ghanghoria Congress 1155
Jabalpur North 98 Sharad Jain Advocate BJP Naresh Saraf Congress 33563
Jabalpur West 100 Tarun Bhanot Congress Harenderjeet Singh "Babbu" BJP 923
Jabera 56 Pratap Singh Congress Dashrath Singh Lodhi Dassu Bhaiya BJP 11896
Jaisinghnagar 84 Pramila Singh BJP Dhyan Singh Congress 13963
Jaitpur 85 Jai Singh Maravi BJP Lalan Singh Congress 11206
Jaora 222 Rajendra Pandey BJP Kadpa Mo.Yusuf Congress 29851
Jatara 44 Dinesh Kumar Ahirwar Congress Harishankar Khatik BJP 233
Jaura 4 Subedar Singh BJP Banwari Lal Congress 2498
Jawad 230 Om Prakash Sakhlecha BJP Rajkumar Rameshchand Aheer Independent 13651
Jhabua 193 Shantilal Bilwal BJP Jeviyar Meda Congress 15858
Jobat 192 Madhosingh Dawar BJP Vishal Rawat Congress 11051
Junnardeo 122 Nathan Shah Kevreti BJP Sunil Uikey Congress 20121
Kalapipal 169 Indersingh Parmar BJP Kedarsingh Mandloi Congress 9573
Karera 23 Shakuntala Khatik Congress Omprakash Khatik BJP 10320
Kasrawad 184 Sachin Yadav Congress Atmaram Patel BJP 11805
Katangi 113 K. D. Deshmukh BJP Udaysingh Pancheshwar Guruji BSP 19950
Keolari 116 Rajneesh Harvansh Singh Congress Dr. Dhal Singh Bisen BJP 4803
Khandwa 177 Devendra Verma BJP Mohan Dhakase Congress 34071
Khargapur 47 Chanda Singh Gaur Congress Rahul Singh Lodhi BJP 5677
Khargone 185 Balkrishan Patidar BJP Ravi Ramesh Chandra Joshi Congress 6825
Khategaon 173 Aashish Govind Sharma BJP Shyam Holani Congress 21717
Khilchipur 163 Kunwar Hajarilal Dangi BJP Priyavrat Singh Congress 11479
Khurai 36 Bhoopendra Bhaiya BJP Arunoday Choubey Annu Bhaiya Congress 6084
Kolaras 27 Ram Singh Yadav Congress Devendra Kumar Jain Patte Wale BJP 24953
Kotama 86 Manoj Kumar Agrawal Congress Rajesh Soni BJP 1546
Kukshi 198 Surendrasingh Hani Baghel Congress Kirade Mukamsingh Kishansingh BJP 42768
Kurwai 146 Veersingh Panwar BJP Pan Bai Panthi Congress 4081
Lahar 11 Dr. Govind Singh Congress Rasal Singh BJP 6273
Lakhanadon 117 Yogendra Singh (Baba) Congress Smt. Shashi Thakur (Maravi) BJP 12781
Lanji 109 Hina Likhiram Kaware Congress Ramesh Dileep Bhatere BJP 31750
Maharajpur 48 Manvendra Singh BJP Aapke Rakesh Pathak BSP 15721
Maheshwar 183 Mev Rajkumar BJP Sunil Khande Congress 4727
Mahidpur 213 Bhadursingh Chouhan BJP Dinesh Jain (Boss) Independent 20634
Maihar 65 Narayan Prasad Congress Ramesh Prasad BJP 6975
Malhara 53 Ahir Rekha Yadav BJP Tilak Singh Lodhi Congress 1514
Malhargarh 225 Jagdish Dewra BJP Shyamlal Jokchand Congress 6571
Manapur 90 Meena Singh BJP Gyanwati Singh Independent 43628
Manasa 228 Kailash Chawla BJP Vijendrasingh Congress 14028
Manawar 199 Ranjana Baghel BJP Niranjan Dawar Loni Congress 1639
Mandhata 175 Lokendra Singh Tomar BJP Narayan Patel Congress 4337
Mandla 107 Sanjeev Chhotelal Uikey Congress Sampatiya Uikey BJP 3827
Mandsour 224 Yashpal Singh Sisodiya BJP Mahendra Singh Gurjar Congress 24295
Mangawan 73 Sheela Tyagi BSP Pannabai Prajapati BJP 275
Mauganj 71 Sukhendra Singh (Banna) Congress Laxman Tiwari BJP 10766
Mehgaon 12 Choudhary Mukesh Singh Chaturvedi BJP O.P.S. Bhadouriya Congress 1273
Morena 6 Rustam Singh BJP Ramprakash BSP 1704
Mudwara 93 Sandip Shriprasad Jaiswal BJP Feroz Ahmad Congress 11138
Multai 129 Chandrashekhar Desmukh BJP Sukhdev Panse Congress 31869
Mungaoli 34 Mahendra Singh Kalukheda Congress Rao Deshraj Singh BJP 20765
Nagada – Khacharod 212 Dilip Singh Shekhawat BJP Dilip Gurjar Congress 16115
Nagod 64 Yadvendra Singh Congress Gaganendra Pratap Singh BJP 10064
Narela 151 Vishwas Sarang BJP Sunil Sood Congress 26970
Narsinghgarh 160 Girish Bhandari Congress Mohan Sharma Premnarayan BJP 23018
Narsingpur 119 Jalam Singh Patel (Munna Bhaiya) BJP Sunil Jaisawal Congress 48481
Naryawali 40 Engg Pradeep Lariya BJP Advocate Surendra Choudhary Congress 16046
Neemuch 229 Dilip Singh Parihar BJP Nandkishor Patel Congress 21667
Nepanagar 179 Rajendra Shyamlal Dadu(Raju Bhaiyya)* BJP Ramkishan Patel Congress 22178
Niwari 46 Anil Jain BJP Meera Deepak Yadav Samajwadi Party 27209
Niwas 106 Rampyare Kulaste BJP Patiram Pandro Congress 10910
Panagar 101 Susheel Kumar Tiwari (Indu Bhaiya) BJP Rupendra Patel Congress 27954
Pandhana 178 Yogita Navalsing Borker (Bhabhi) BJP Nandu Bare Congress 17261
Pandhurna 128 Jatan Uikey Congress Tikaram Korachi BJP 1478
Panna 60 Kusum Singh Mahdele BJP Lodhi Mahendra Pal Varma BSP 29036
Pansemal 189 Diwansingh Vithal Patel BJP Miss Chandrabhaga Kirade Congress 7382
Parasiya 127 Sohanlal Valmik Congress Tarachand Bavariya BJP 6862
Paraswada 110 Madhu Bhagat Congress Ram Kishor (Nano) Kaware BJP 2849
Patan 95 Neelesh Awasthi Congress Ajay Vishnoi BJP 12736
Pathariya 54 Lakhan Patel BJP Kunvar Pushpendra Singh Hazari Congress 7315
Pawai 58 Mukesh Nayak (Pandit) Congress Brijendra Pratap Singh BJP 11695
Petlawad 195 Nirmala Dilipsingh Bhuriya BJP Valsingh Maida Congress 17016
Pichhore 26 K.P.Singh Kakkaju Congress Bhaiya Pritam Lodhi BJP 7113
Pipariya 139 Thakur Das Nagwanshi BJP Smt Mamta Manoj Nagotra Congress 51157
Pohari 24 Prahlad Bharti BJP Harivallabh Shukla Congress 3625
Prithvipur 45 Anita Sunil Nayak BJP Brajendra Singh Rathore Congress 8627
Pusprajgarh 88 Phundelal Singh Marko Congress Sudama Singh Singram BJP 35647
Raghogarh 31 Jaivardhan Singh Congress Radhe Shyam Dhakad BJP 58204
Raigaon 62 Usha Choudhary BSP Pushpraj Bagri BJP 4109
Rajgarh 162 Amarsingh Yadav BJP Shivsingh Bamlabe Congress 51211
Rajnagar 50 Kunwar Vikram Singh (Nati Raja) Congress Dr. Ramkrishn Kusmariya "Baba Ji" BJP 8607
Rajpur 188 Bala Bachchan Congress Devisingh Patel BJP 11196
Rampur Baghelan 67 Harsh Singh BJP Ram Lakhan Singh BSP 24255
Ratlam City 220 Chetanya Kumar Kasyap BJP Smt Adity Dawesar Congress 40305
Ratlam Rural 219 Mathuralal BJP Smt. Laxmi Devi Kharadi Congress 26969
Rau 210 Jitu Patwari Congress Jitu Jirati BJP 18559
Rehli 39 Gopal Bhargava BJP Brijbihari Pateriya (Gudda Bhaiya) Congress 51765
Rewa 74 Rajendra Shukla BJP Krishna Kumar Gupta (K.K) BSP 37546
Sabalagadh 3 Meharban Singh Rawat BJP Suresh Chaudhary Congress 22504
Sagar 41 Shailendra Jain BJP Sushil Tiwari Congress 8223
Sailana 221 Sangeeta Vijay Charel BJP Guddu Harshvijay Gehlot Congress 2079
Sanchi 142 Dr. Gauri Shankar Shejwar BJP Dr. Prabhuram Choudhary Congress 20936
Sanwer 211 Rajesh Sonkar BJP Tulsiram Silawat Congress 17583
Sarangpur 164 Kunwarji Kothar BJP Krishan Mohan Malviya Congress 18113
Sardarpur 196 Welsingh Bhuriya BJP Pratap Grewal Congress 529
Satna 63 Shankarlal Tiwari BJP Rajaram Tripathi Congress 15332
Sausar 125 Nanabhau Mohod BJP Bhagvat Mahajan Congress 8416
Sehore 159 Sudesh Rai Independent Usha Ramesh Saxena BJP 1626
Semariya 69 Neelam Abhey Mishra BJP Pankaj Singh BSP 5977
Sendhwa 187 Antarsingh Raoji Arya BJP Dayaram Patel Congress 25686
Seoni 115 Dinesh Rai (Munmun) Independent Naresh Diwakar (D.N.) BJP 20916
Seoni Malwa 136 Sartaj Singh BJP Dada Hajari Lal Raghuwanshi Congress 12547
Sewda 20 Pradeep Agarwal BJP Ghanshyam Singh Congress 8809
Shahpura 103 Omprakash Dhurwey BJP Ganga Bai Congress 32681
Shajapur 167 Arun Bhimawad BJP Karada Hukum Singh Congress 1938
Shamshabad 148 Surya Prakash Meena BJP Jyotsna Yadav Congress 3158
Sheopur 1 Durgalal Vijay BJP Babu Jandail BSP 16427
Shivpuri 25 Yashodhara Raje Scindia BJP Birendra Raghuwanshi Congress 11145
Shujalpur 168 Jaswantsingh Hada BJP Mahendra Joshi Congress 8656
Sidhi 77 Kedar Nath Shukla BJP Kamaleshwar Prasad Dwivedi Congress 2360
Sihawal 78 Kamleshwar Patel Congress Vishwamitra Pathak BJP 32556
Sihora 102 Nandhani Maravi BJP Jamuna Maravi Congress 15004
Silwani 143 Rampal Singh BJP Devendra Patel Congress 17078
Singrauli 80 Ram Lallu Vaishya BJP Bhuvneshwar Prasad Singh Raja Baba Congress 10560
Sirmour 68 Divyaraj Singh BJP Dr. Vivek Tiwari (Babla) Congress 5288
Sironj 147 Govardhan Lal Congress Laxmikant BJP 1584
Sohagpur 138 Vijaypal Singh BJP Ranveer Singh Galcha Congress 28891
Sonkatch 170 Rajendra Phulchand Verma BJP Arjun Verma Congress 1880
Sumaoli 5 Satyapal Singh BJP Ajab Singh Kushwaha BSP 14076
Surkhi 37 Govind Singh Rajpoot Congress Parul Sahu Kesari BJP 141
Susner 165 Murlidhar Patidar BJP Ambavtiya Vallabh Bhai Congress 27676
Suwasra 226 Hardeep Singh Dung Congress Radheshyam Nanalal Patidar BJP 7125
Tarana 214 Anil Firojiya BJP Rajendra Radhakishan Malviya Congress 16135
Tendukheda 120 Sanjay Sharma BJP Surendra Dhimole Congress 44602
Teonthar 70 Pd. Ramakant Tiwari BJP Ramashankar Singh Congress 9757
Thandla 194 Kalsingh Bhabar Independent Gendal Damor Congress 5116
Tikamgarh 43 K K Shrivastava BJP Yadvendra Singh Congress 16889
Timarni 134 Sanjay Shah Makdai BJP Ramesh Radhelal Ivne Congress 16507
Udaipura 140 Ramkishan Patel BJP Bhagwan Singh Rajput Congress 44053
Ujjain North 216 Paraschandra Jain BJP Vivek Jagdish Yadav Congress 24849
Ujjain South 217 Dr Mohan Yadav BJP Jaysingh Darbar Congress 9652
Vidisha 144 Shivraj Singh Chouhan BJP Shashank Bhargava Congress 16966
Vijaypur 2 Ramniwas Rawat Congress Sitaram Adiwashi BJP 2149
Vijayraghavgarh 92 Sanjay Pathak Congress Padma Shukla BJP 929
Waraseoni 112 Dr. Yogendra Nirmal BJP Pradeep Amritlal Jaiswal (Gudda) Congress 17938


*Dadu died in a car accident on 9 June 2016[34] Manju Rajrenda Dadu was subsequently elected to fill the vacancy.[35]

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