Bhopal, (EMS). Record voting has been seen this time in the assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh. The percentage of voting here has been continuously increasing for the last four decades. This time 76.55 percent voting took place in Madhya Pradesh. Both the BJP and Congress camps seem happy with the bumper voting. Both BJP and Congress are claiming their respective victory and formation of government.
Let us tell you that in the 2018 assembly elections, there was 75.63 percent voting. Then Congress government was formed in the state. However, just fifteen months later, Jyotiraditya Scindia, along with his supporting MLAs, left the Congress and joined the BJP. BJP came back to power.
– Previous record of voting broken
This time 76.55 percent voting took place in Madhya Pradesh. This is also one percent more than the last election. This time women have participated enthusiastically in voting. BJP is very excited about this. On the other hand, Congress is considering bumper voting as a sign of change of power. In 2018, the highest voting percentage in the history of Madhya Pradesh was 75.63 percent. In the elections, BJP had won 109 seats and Congress had won 114 seats. However, later after Jyotiraditya Scindia changed sides, BJP government again came to power in Madhya Pradesh.
Voting trend of four decades
Let us tell you that in the 1985 assembly elections, there was 49.79 percent voting. At that time Congress was in power in the state. After this, in 1990, 54.21 percent voting took place and BJP came to power. In 1993, 60.17 percent voting took place in the Madhya Pradesh assembly elections. In this, Congress once again returned to power. There was 60.21 percent voting in the 1998 assembly elections. This voting percentage was higher than the previous elections. In this, once again Congress came to power in Madhya Pradesh. After this, Chhattisgarh got separated from Madhya Pradesh. When assembly elections were held in 2003, there was 67.25 percent voting. In this the heavy one got a huge victory. In this election, BJP got 173 seats, Congress got 38 seats and BSP got two seats. In the 2008 assembly elections, voting was 69.78 percent. This was 2.53 percent more than the last election. BJP came to power again for the second time. In this election, BJP got 143 seats and Congress 71 seats. After this, 72.13 percent voting took place in the 2013 assembly elections. In which BJP again won a big victory for the third time and came to power in Madhya Pradesh. In this election, BJP got 165 seats and Congress 58 seats.
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