Election results of Madhya Pradesh, Rajyasthan, Chhattisgarh and Telangana: Watch the fastest, most accurate results tomorrow from 7 am onwards on inh24x7 news.

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Election results of Madhya Pradesh, Rajyasthan, Chhattisgarh and Telangana: Watch the fastest, most accurate results tomorrow from 7 am onwards on inh24x7 news.

The fastest results of the four assembly elections can be seen on inh24x7 news from 7 am on Sunday throughout the day.

The fastest results of the four assembly elections can be seen on inh24x7 news from 7 am on Sunday throughout the day.

Election Results 2023: Counting of votes for Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Telangana assembly elections will begin at 7 am on Sunday (December 3). Keeping in mind the demand of employees and social organizations in the north-eastern state of Mizoram, the Election Commission has decided to extend the counting date by one day. Now the results of Mizoram assembly elections will be declared on Monday (December 4). Whose government will be formed in the 4 states? Only a few hours are left for its decision to come. People’s eyes are fixed on the results and there is only one question in everyone’s mind. Whose government will be formed? Who will become the Chief Minister? You will be able to see the fastest results and accurate analysis of these four assembly elections continuously from 7 am on haribhoomi.com and inh24x7 news.

Accurate results from every counting center on inh24x7 news

inh24x7 News has prepared its reporters in the counting centers of all the states to provide accurate and first results information to its viewers, who will share information from moment to moment. On one hand, information will be provided directly from all 52 counting centers of Madhya Pradesh, while reporters from all 33 counting centers of Chhattisgarh will share information about victory and defeat.

When did voting take place in 5 states?

In the series of assembly elections of five states, voting was first held in Mizoram on 7 November. After this, voting was held in Chhattisgarh on 7th and 17th November, in Madhya Pradesh on 17th November, in Rajasthan on 25th November and in Telangana on 30th November. As soon as voting ended in all the states, the results of the exit polls were declared on 30 November. Now it is the turn of the final results, the countdown of which has started. Let us tell you that the tenure of Mizoram government is ending in December 2023. The tenure of the remaining states will end in January 2024.

Madhya Pradesh

Total seats: 230, majority: 116

Exit Poll 2023: If we look at the average of all 8 polls, BJP is expected to get 102 seats, Congress 86 seats and others 11 seats. There are signs of the return of Shivraj government.

2018 results: BJP: 109, Congress: 114, Others: 07

Rajasthan

Total seats: 199 (one hold), Majority: 100

Exit Poll 2023: Here, in the average of all 8 polls, BJP government is expected to be formed with 125 seats. At the same time, the ruling Congress may get 100 seats and others may get 05 seats.

2018 results: Congress: 100, BJP: 73, Others: 27

Chhattisgarh

Total seats: 90, majority: 46

Exit Poll 2023: If we look at the average of all 8 polls, the ruling Congress is expected to get 48 seats, BJP will get 39 seats and others will get 03 seats. Bhupesh Sarkar may return.

2018 results: Congress: 68, BJP: 15, Others: 07

Telangana

Total seats: 119, majority: 60

Exit Poll 2023: Here, in the average of all 8 polls, Congress is expected to get 64 seats, ruling BRS will get 44 seats and BJP will get 07 seats. The effect of anti-incumbency may be visible.

2018 results:

Counting at all 33 district headquarters in Chhattisgarh

The election staff has finalized the preparations for counting of votes. One counting center each has been set up in all 33 districts. Counting will start here on Sunday. For the first time, votes of one assembly each will be counted in the new districts Gaurela-Pendra Marwahi, Khairagarh-Chhuikhadan-Gandai, Sakti, Mohla-Manpur-Ambagarh Chowki. Apart from this, counting of two assembly constituencies will be done in two more new districts, Sarangarh-Bilaigarh and Manendragarh-Chirmiri-Bharatpur.

Counting of votes will take place on 5061 tables in Madhya Pradesh.

Arrangements are in full swing for the counting of votes starting at 8 am on December 3 in 52 district headquarters across the state. For this, a total of 5061 tables have been installed across the state. First of all, counting of postal ballot will start from 8 am and EVM vote will start from 8.30 am. For EVM vote counting, maximum 26 rounds will be held in Jhabua assembly constituency and least 12 rounds will be held in Sevdha assembly constituency of Datia district. After each round, its results will be declared before the agents of the candidates.


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