Madhya Pradesh Assembly Election Result 2023: Despite BJP’s record victory in Madhya Pradesh, 12 ministers of Shivraj cabinet have lost the elections. State Home Minister Narottam Mishra has lost from Datia seat.
Madhya Pradesh Assembly Election Result 2023: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has got two-third majority in the Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections. According to the Election Commission, out of 230 assembly seats in the state, BJP candidates have won 159 seats and are leading on four seats, while Congress has so far won 63 seats and is leading on three seats. . Along with retaining power in Madhya Pradesh, BJP was successful in increasing the number of its MLAs, while 12 sitting ministers of the cabinet led by Shivraj Singh Chouhan had to face defeat.
Other prominent ministers who faced defeat include Arvind Bhadoria from Ater, Kamal Patel from Harda and Gaurishankar Bisen from Balaghat. Apart from these, the ministers who lost include Prem Singh Patel from Barwani, Mahendra Singh Sisodia from Bamori, Rajvardhan Singh from Badnawar, Bharat Singh Kushwaha from Gwalior Rural, Ramkhelavan Patel from Amarpatan, Suresh Dhakad from Pohri and Ramkishore Kavre from Parswara. Another minister and nephew of former Chief Minister Uma Bharti, Rahul Singh Lodhi, had to face defeat from Khargapur.
List of ministers who lost in MP elections
- Dr. Narottam Mishra from Datia
- Harda to Kamal Patel
- Bamori to Mahendra Singh Sisodia
- Prem Singh Patel from Barwani
- Ater to Arvind Singh Bhadauria
- Badnawar to Rajvardhan Singh Dattigaon
- Balaghat to Gaurishankar Bisen
- Bharat Singh Kushwaha from Gwalior Rural
- Amarpatan to Ramkhelavan Patel
- Ram Kishare Nano Kanware from Paraswada
- Suresh Dhakad from Pohari
- Khargapur to Rahul Singh Lodhi
BJP is all set to form government in the state with record votes. CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan has thanked the public for the bumper victory. He has given the credit of this victory to the leadership of PM Modi. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said, “This time’s victory is very big. Some people said that there is an anti-incumbency wave and some said ‘Kante ki Takkar hai but na Kaanta Mila Na Takkar’.