Election Results 2018: Cong Wins 2 States, TRS In T’gana, MP Fight On

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  • Congress Wins 2 States, TRS Supreme In Telangana, Madhya Pradesh Fight On
  • TRS president K Chandrasekhar Rao wins from Gajwel Assembly constituency by a margin of 57,321 votes. Rao polled 1,23,996 votes, while his nearest Congress rival Vanteru Pratap Reddy got 66,675 votes.
  • Rajasthan’s Water Resources Minister and BJP leader Rampratap has lost the Hanumangarh seat to Congress candidate Vinod Kumar with a margin of 15,522 votes.
  • Andhra Pradesh CM N Chandrababu Naidu: People recognize that BJP has done nothing in last 5 yrs and moving towards alternative. People are with us in our fight against BJP. These 5 states results will help form a strong alternative to the BJP.
  • Congress leading on 100 seats, BJP leading on 73 seats, BSP on 5, CPM on 2 and others on 19 seats in Rajasthan.
  • Chhattisgarh Assembly Election Result 2018: Congress set to end Raman reign after 15 years
  • TRS win 24 seats in Assembly polls
  • Madhya Pradesh – BJP: 110, Congress: 110, BSP: 03, Others: 07
  • IT Minister KTarkaRamaRao wins from Sircilla seat.
  • The Congress candidates are leading in 94 of the 199 constituencies and the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party in 80. Learning from its past experience in Goa, Meghalaya and Manipur, where the Congress could not form the government despite being the single largest party, the grand old party does not want to keep any loophole open in Rajasthan and miss a chance to wrest the power from the BJP.
  • Senior BJP leader Gulab Chand Kataria is trailing from Udaipur seat in Rajasthan.
  • CM Vasundhara Raje leading by 17,000 votes from Jhalrapatan
  • BJP fights back in Madhya Pradesh
  • With about five rounds of counting left, the BJP has put up a tough fight and has taken lead again. The BJP is currently at 114 while the Congress is at 107. The BSP is with 5 seats.
  • Shiv Sena attacks its ally BJP after poll results, says it has sent a strong message to the party. The Congress, meanwhile, appeared headed for a landslide victory in Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan.
  • MNF( Mizo National Front) now crosses majority mark with leading in 29 seats, Cong 6 seats and BJP 1 and others in 4 seats in
  • In Mizoram, the MNF is back to power and they have begun celebrations. News agency ANI has shared this picture from the state where the party has taken an unassailable lead.
  • Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) members are celebrating outside the party office in Hyderabad as the party looked set to achieving a two-third majority in the 119-member Assembly. The ruling party candidates were ahead of their rivals in 78 constituencies while the Congress-led People’s Front is leading in 32 places.
  • Trends from Telangana at 10 AM; Telangana caretaker minister T Harish Rao leading by 19,989 votes.
  • Rajasthan election results 2018: Congress ahead; Raje, Gehlot, Sachin Pilot lead
  • As per the latest trends from Madhya Pradesh, neither the Congress nor the BJP seem to be touching the half-way mark. Out of 217 seats, the BJP is leading on 110 seats while the Congress is leading on 107
  • The Congress party has crossed the half-way mark, with leads on 48 seats in Chhattisgarh. The BJP is leading on 30 seats while JCC+ is leading on five.
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  • TRENDS (9:30 am): Telangana (104/119) – TRS 60, Congress+ 33, BJP 2, Others 9
  • Madhya Pradesh (135/230) – BJP – 59, Congress+ 68, BSP 5, Others 3
  • Chhattisgarh (68/90) – BJP 22, Congress 41, BSP+ 1, Others 4
  • Rajasthan (174/199) – BJP 72, Congress 90, BVP 1, Others 11
  • Mizoram (33/40) – Congress 14 MNF 17, BJP+ 1, Others 1
  • Veteran Congress leader Digvijaya Singh says: “It’s too early. Anything can be said only after 12 noon. Leads of only postal ballots have come till now. I am confident that in Madhya Pradesh, Congress will form government. We have favourable situation in Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh also.”
  • MNF has taken the early lead in Mizoram with six seats. The Congress is leading in two and the BJP is leading in 1.
  • Congress crosses magic figure in Chattishgarh.
  • The Congress party is confident of coming to power in Rajasthan. At this moment, they are leading in 74 while the BJP is leading in 50. Celebrations, however, have already begun outside Pilot’s home — the state president who has been widely credited for bringing the party back to power.
  • Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh trailing against former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s niece Karuna Shukla from Rajnandgaon seat.
  • LATEST TRENDS (8:45 am): Telangana (39/119) – TRS 15, Congress+ 23, BJP 2, Others 3
  • Madhya Pradesh (19/230) – BJP – 12, Congress+ 10, BSP 0, Others 0
  • Chhattisgarh (34/90) – BJP 14, Congress 16, BSP+ 2, Others 2
  • Rajasthan (61/199) – BJP 23, Congress 36, BVP 0, Others 2
  • Mizoram (0/40) – Congress 0 MNF 0, BJP+0, Others 0
  • Firecrackers brought to Congress office in Delhi by party leader Jagdish Sharma as counting is underway for assembly elections in five states
  • Trends pour in from 24 seats in Madhya Pradesh – Congress party leading on 13 seats while the BJP is leading on 11 seats.
  • Rajasthan Congress chief Sachin Pilot leading from Tonk Assembly seat. He is contesting against Yoonus Khan of the BJP.
  • Trends pour in from 15 seats in Chhattisgarh – Congress leading one eight seats, BJP on seven seats.
  • In postal ballot counting, the Congress is leading in Rajasthan while the BJP is leading in Madhya Pradesh. These are only postal ballots so for the right counting trends we will have to wait for the first round to begin.
  • The BJP leading on two seats in Madhya Pradesh and the Congress is leading on one.
  • In Rajasthan, the BJP is leading on two seats while the Congress is leading on one.
  • Telangana Rashtra Samithi leading on two seats in Telangana, Congress leading on one.
  • Counting of votes begins for Assembly elections 2018 in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Telangana and Mizoram.
  • Most of the exit polls have predicted a close contest in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh while some have given an edge to the grand old party. K Chandrasekhar Rao’s TRS is expected to emerge victorious in Telangana, as per exit polls.

Hyderabad: After days of fierce campaigns and polling, the stage is set for the results of Assembly elections 2018 in five states – Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Telangana, Chhattisgarh and Mizoram. The counting of votes began at 8 am and clear trends are expected to emerge by early afternoon. In Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh, the contest is directly between the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress party.