Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018, Opinion Polls, Voters, Party List:
The Madhya Pradesh state Legislative Assembly election 2018 schedule had been announced recently by the Election Commission of India on 6th October 2018.
As per the Election Commission of India report the Madhya Pradesh state Legislative Assembly election 2018 voting will be happened on 28th November 2018 at various polling station across all the districts of Madhya Pradesh state.
The counting of votes followed by the announcement of result with the party winners votes count will be declared on 11th December 2018 for the Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Election 2018.
MP Vidhan Sabha Election Dates:
Date for Nominations: 2nd November 2018, Friday
Last Date for filing Nominations: 9th November 2018, Friday
Date for scrutiny of nominations: 12th November 2018, Monday
Last date for withdrawal of candidatures: 14th November 2018, Wednesday
Date of poll: 28th November 2018, Wednesday
Date of counting: 11th December 2018, Tuesday
Date before which the election shall be completed: 13th December 2018, Thursday
As per the Opinion polls result released by various polling agency there will be heavy competition between the Bharatiya Janta Party BJP and the Indian National Congress INC political party.
The News Nation had reported that BJP will get 110 seats while Congress will be get 108 and others will be 12 seats in the upcoming Madhya Pradesh state Legislative Assembly election 2018.
Like wise as per Times Now Opinion polls result BJP with 142 seats, INC with 77 seats, Others with 11 seats and also ABP News had mentioned that BJP might get 108 seats, INC with 122 seats.
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