Madhya Pradesh shocker: BJP sweeps elections, leaving Congress in dust


In a dramatic turn of events, India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) clinched a massive victory in the Madhya Pradesh Assembly election, defying exit polls that predicted a tight race. The BJP secured an astonishing 163 seats, leaving the Indian National Congress (INC) far behind with just 66 seats.

BJP’s Surprising Dominance Over Congress

The BJP had clinched victory or was leading in 165 seats by 8:40 pm (local time), more than double the Congress’ 64 seats. This outcome represents a staggering gain of 56 seats for the BJP and a massive loss of 50 seats for the Congress. Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and his predecessor, Congress leader Kamal Nath, both emerged victorious in their respective constituencies.

Stunning Landslide Victory: BJP Dominates Madhya Pradesh Assembly Election Against All Odds

Stunning Landslide Victory: BJP Dominates Madhya Pradesh Assembly Election Against All Odds

Prime Minister Modi’s Acknowledgment of Victory

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi attributed the win to the country’s choice of “politics of good governance and development.” The Election Commission of India confirmed the BJP’s victory, crossing the majority mark and set to form the government in the state.

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Chouhan’s ‘Double Engine’ Approach Praised

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan attributed the victory to the ‘double engine’ approach, referring to the BJP’s governance at both the state and central levels. He expressed confidence in the BJP’s victory and ability to form the government for a fifth term.

Jyotiraditya Scindia’s Role in BJP’s Triumph

Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia, credited as a major factor behind the BJP’s victory, echoed the party’s confidence in forming a majority government. He highlighted the people’s faith in PM Modi and the welfare schemes implemented by the party.

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Congress’ Acceptance and Reflection on Defeat

Madhya Pradesh Congress president Kamal Nath accepted defeat, stating the need for introspection and understanding why the party failed to resonate with voters. He congratulated the BJP, hoping they would fulfill the people’s expectations.

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