By | December 1, 2023
Assembly election 2023 highlights: The elections start on November 7 in Chhattisgarh and Mizoram. Chhattisgarh will go to the polls in two phases– first on November 7 and then on November 17. Polling in Madhya Pradesh will be on November 17. Rajasthan and Telangana will go to polls on November 23 and 30 respectively. Counting for all states will take place on December 3.
Assembly election 2023 dates highlights: ECI has announced the schedule for Assembly Elections in five states in the coming weeks. These states are Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Mizoram, Rajasthan and Telangana.
Assembly election Results 2023 Live: The exit polls results for all the five states — Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Telangana, Chhattisgarh and Mizoram — have been declared by several media outlets. Some exit polls  indicate BJP to be in the lead in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, while it suggests that Congress might remain in power in Chhattisgarh. Projections suggest that Congress might be dethroning BRS in Telangana.
The voting in these states states were held between November 7 and November 30. The results for the five assembly elections will be declared on December 3
The Election Commission of India (ECI) will announce the schedule for the upcoming assembly elections in five states – Mizoram, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Telangana – on Monday, October 8, 2023.
The poll panel has called a press conference at 12 PM today to announce the polling dates, the number of phases, and the dates for filing and withdrawing nominations, reported news agency PTI.
Rajasthan goes to polls on November 23 Rajasthan will vote on on November 23. It has 200 assembly constituencies and a total of 5.25 crore electors. The election results will be declared on December 3. Madhya Pradesh votes on November 17 Madhya Pradesh has 230 assembly constituencies and 5.6 crore eligible voters. The election results will be revealed on December 3. Telangana goes to polls on November 30 Telangana has 119 assembly constituencies and approximately 3.17 crore electors. The election results will be declared on December 3. Mizoram to go to polls on November 30 Mizoram is scheduled for November 30, has 40 assembly constituencies and approximately 8.52 lakh electors. The election results will be out on December 3.
Chhattisgarh split into two phases on Nov 7 & 17 The state has 90 assembly constituencies and has a total of approximately two crore electors. Results will be announced on December 3.
Hyderabad, Telangana:  On exit polls, BRS leader Putta Vishnuvardhan Reddy says, “The exit polls have gone miserably wrong in 2018. Last time, nearly 80% of all the predictions were wrong. We would like to question the Election Commission of India as to how the exit polls are allowed to be released when the polling is not yet done. Because at 5 pm yesterday, 63% of people cast their vote, and by the end of the day, it had topped 70%. So 7-8% of voters who were queuing up to cast their vote would be indirectly influenced by the exit poll surveys… Another point is that even in 2018, immediately after the exit polls, Revanth Reddy addressed the press, and he said that the grand alliance of Congress is coming back to power. He said that if he loses the Kodangal seat, he will permanently retire from politics… We believe that we are going to win more than 70 seats. KCR will take the oath for the third time.”
Assembly elections 2023 dates live updates: Who wields power in 5 states going to polls
Chhattisgarh –Bahujan Samaj Party 2 –Bharatiya Janata Party 15 –Indian National Congress 68 –Janta Congress Chhattisgarh (J) 5
MP –Bahujan Samaj Party 2 –Bharatiya Janata Party 109 –Independent 4 –Indian National Congress 114 –Samajwadi Party 1
Rajasthan –Bahujan Samaj Party 6 –Bharatiya Janata Party 73 –Bhartiya Tribal Party 2 –Communist Party Of India (Marxist) 2 –Independent 13 –Indian National Congress 100 –Rashtriya Lok Dal 1 –Rashtriya Loktantrik Party 3
Telengana –All India Forward Bloc 1 –All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen 7 –Bharatiya Janata Party 1 –Independent 1 –Indian National Congress 19 –Telangana Rashtra Samithi 88 –Telugu Desam 2 –Mizoram –Bharatiya Janata Party 1 –Independent 8 –Indian National Congress 4 –Mizo National Front 27
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