Congress takes a lead again, as per the latest trends:
BJP ahead by a slim margin:
Congress candidate Sanjay Singh Masani, who is also the brother-in-law of Shivraj Singh Chouhan is trailing with a huge margin in Waraseoni, as per the latest trends.
BJP pulls ahead of Congress, as per the latest trends:
BJP sources in the state have said that the party is in touch with 10 candidates including BSP and SP candidates. CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan has put Rakesh Singh in charge of it
In AICC's Headquarter in Bhopal, Kamal Nath for CM chants in front of Scindia posters
Meeting between Kamal Nath and Jyotiradtya Scindia has been going on at the party headquarters.
Mamata Banerjee said that the poll's results are a "real democratic indication of 2019 final match."
Ghulam Nabi Azad speaks about state's results, says after MP, BJP will lose in Centre.
Digvijay Singh's son Jaivardhan Singh is leading from Raghogarh. The senior Congress leader's brother Laxman Singh leading from Chachaura
Kamal Nath and Jyotiraditya Scindia reach MPCC office
Shivraj Singh Chouhan leading from Budhni with 12572 votes
Jyotiraditya Scindia has tweeted addressing workers. He said, "People of MP took a decision and it will be clear today. Want to congratulate the people of the state."
Kamal Nath says he is assured of a majority win: "We are fully confident of getting numbers on our own."
Congress maintains its position, BJP crosses into triple digit:
Congress leading from all seats of Chhindwara district
Kamal Nath supporters begin celebrations in Congress headquarter.
Congress crosses half-way mark as trend count reaches 230.
Digvijaya Singh, Jyotiraditya Scindia are at Kamal Nath's residence. All Congress leaders to head to the party office from Kamal Nath's house
Jaibhan Singh Pawaiya (a minister in MP govt) trailing from Chambal region
Congress with single-digit lead in Madhya Pradesh
Congress leading by a few seats :
BJP and Congress back in a neck-and-neck fight.
One of the powerful minister in Shivraj Singh Chouhan government, Narottam Mishra, is trailing from Datia.
Congress and BJP in a neck-and-neck fight in the state
BJP leader Kailash Vijayvargiya on the party's chances to form government in the state
Congress President Rahul Gandhi keeps a close watch on the results.
Latest trend in MP:
An EVM belonging to booth number 2 is facing an issue: Sources
Digvijaya Singh has said that he is confident about Congress forming the government in state:
BJP is leading over Congress in the state:
Shivraj Singh Chouhan is leading from Budhni, Yashodhara Raje Scindia is leading from Shivpuri
Trends for MP are in:
Latest trend for the state :
Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia also spoke on the CM candidature.
Counting begins for Madhya Pradesh.
Strong room opened in Indore for counting of votes -
Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan is holding special pre-results prayers at a temple inside his house.
Security arrangements at Bhopal city ahead of results announcements.
Congress MP PC Sharma said: "Today is Tuesday and is a day of Hanuman... and we are sure that we will win the Madhya Pradesh election this time as the entire crowd of the state has voted for us... Right from the youth to the old people.. the state wants change now.
Madhya Pradesh is perhaps the most intriguing of the five states where elections are being held because it features a thrilling and unpredictable direct battle between the BJP and the Congress.
On the BJP's side is the 15-year-rule of Shivraj Singh Chouhan who is a popular face, along with the electoral potency of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. On the Congress's side is anti-incumbency and the combined might of some of its seniormost leaders, namely Jyotiraditya Scindia, Kamal Nath, Digvijaya Singh and party president Rahul Gandhi.
The Madhya Pradesh assembly election 2018 results will decide the fate of 2,097 candidates who are in the fray.
The various exit polls aren't able to give a single answer as to who will win the state. Three exit polls give a slight advantage to the Congress in the 230-member assembly, including CVoter which projects a wafer-thin majority, whereas on the other hand, the BJP is pegged to get a majority on its own in the remaining two polls.
Accordingly, the poll of polls projects a hung house, with both parties being neck and neck.
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