MP Upchunav Exit Poll: Shocking signs from all three assembly seats, ‘Lotus’ will bloom in Khandwa?

Highlights

  • Voting concluded in one Lok Sabha and three assembly seats in MP
  • Counting on all seats on November 2, increased beating of candidates
  • Exit Polls give a tough fight between BJP and Congress
  • Hope to bloom lotus in Khandwa, tough competition in assembly seats

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Voting has been done in one Lok Sabha and three assembly seats in MP (Madhya Pradesh Upchunav Result Update). Counting is going on in all the seats from 8 am on November 2. Both the parties have complained about some irregularities in voting. Congress had earlier occupied two of the three assembly seats. At the same time, the Lok Sabha seat was occupied by the BJP. Bumper voting has taken place this time in all the seats.

The voting in Khandwa Lok Sabha seat is almost 10 percent less than the last election. During the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, 76.90 percent voting was done. At the same time, 63.88 percent voting has been done this time. This time 78.14 percent voting has been done in Prithvipur assembly by-election. In the 2018 assembly elections, 76.90 per cent votes were cast. This time 69.01 percent voting has been done in Raigaon. In the last election, 74.53 percent voting was done. More voting has taken place in Jobat this time than in 2018. Here this time 53.30 percent voting has taken place. At the same time, 52.84 percent votes were cast in the 2018 assembly elections.

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BJP expects lead in Khandwa
After the voting is over, the rounds of speculation have started. At the same time, the exit poll of the local newspaper Dainik Bhaskar has come on this. According to the newspaper, BJP is seeing an edge in Khandwa. Nand Kumar Chauhan was the MP from Khandwa Lok Sabha seat. After his death, the party nominated BJP leader Dnyaneshwar Patil, not from the family. He comes from OBC category. At the same time, the Congress has been battling with internal strife here. Experts say that Congress may have to bear the brunt of this here.

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After the refusal of Arun Yadav, the party had nominated Rajnarayan Singh Purani from here. But this bet proved unsuccessful when there was a split in the Congress. Congress MLA from Barwah Sachin Birla quit the party. Experts say that this has harmed the Congress here. Sachin Birla comes from Gurjar community. Their votes are also fine in this seat. To help the Gujjars, Congress has organized a meeting of former Deputy CM of Rajasthan Sachin Pilot here.

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According to the exit polls of the newspaper, the Congress does not seem to be doing anything amazing in Khandwa. In BJP, candidate Dnyaneshwar Patil is seeing an edge in more places. However, this will be clear only after the counting on November 2. Who will rule the hearts of the people of Khandwa? This is an exit poll not a final result.

thorn in the job
Jobat seat of Alirajpur district fell vacant after the death of Congress MLA. Here there is a close fight between BJP and Congress. BJP had given ticket to Sulochana Rawat, who came from Congress. At the same time, Mahesh Patel was in the fray from the Congress side. Sulochana Rawat has already been an MLA in this tribal-dominated seat. CM and Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia has put a lot of emphasis on this seat.

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In such a situation, it is difficult to say anything on this seat. Local experts say that there is a thorn here. There has been a slight increase in the voting percentage. In such a situation, there is a thorny competition between Sulochana and Mahesh. Some are also expecting that Sulochana is making headway here. However, only after the counting on November 2, it will be known who is winning the job.

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Congress’s upper hand in Raigaon

At the same time, these signals are being received from Raigaon assembly seat. Congress candidate can get victory from here. BJP has fielded Pratima Bagri as its candidate. At the same time, Kalpana Verma is from Congress’s side. This seat was occupied by BJP. The seat fell vacant due to the death of Jugal Kishore Bagri. His family members were also contenders for the ticket. But BJP has made Pratima Bagri its candidate by cutting everyone’s leaf.
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Local experts are telling that Pratima Bagri does not seem to be doing much wonders here. The Congress seems to be successful in bringing in the traditional BSP voters in Raigaon seat. CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan has done more than half a dozen meetings to win the statue Bagri here. But the mind of the voters has not changed. Experts say that the Congress candidate has the upper hand here. Only after the final result will it be clear who will win.

Interesting contest in Prithvipur too
After the death of former minister Brijendra Singh Rathore, by-election is being held in Prithvipur assembly seat. Shivraj Singh Chouhan has put all his strength to make the BJP candidate win. Here he has held eight election meetings to make BJP candidate Shishupal Yadav win. The Congress has fielded Brijendra Singh Rathore’s son Nitendra Singh as its candidate. The Congress is trying to cross the line through sympathy votes here.

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At the same time, by bringing Shishupal Yadav from SP, there was a stake to make BJP Yadav voters in their favour. The Congress was paying more attention to the door to door campaign here. If we look at the caste equation, then the Congress has a huge advantage in Prithvipur.

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