Thirteen ministers of the Shivraj Singh Chouhan government lost the polls, along with many bigwigs of the Congress party
The results in several constituencies have been announced while counting still continues in other places.
Madhya Pradesh elections: Shivraj Singh Chouhan says EC and poll staff was inhuman with BJP workers and leaders
Responding to the CM’s statement, MP Congress president Kamal Nath tweeted that the CM’s statement amounted to disrespecting the poll staff.
Around 20 Muslim leaders and workers have resigned from their posts and primary membership of the party in Indore.
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The 44-year-old leader also accused the aides of the incumbent Chief Minister of creating an atmosphere of panic among voters in the state.
Responding to the demand, CEC O P Rawat said in Delhi that there are provisions for the extension of time and local officers (in Madhya Pradesh) can take the call on the matter.
Prime contest is likely to be between the ruling BJP and the opposition Congress in 190-odd seats, while 30-40 more seats are likely to witness triangular and quadrangular contests.
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The Congress had on Saturday released it's first list of 155 candidates to the 230-seat Madhya Pradesh Assembly.
The party is yet to finalise candidates for the rest 53 assembly seats. Several women sitting lawmakers are among those who have been denied ticket.
Till Friday, the BSP had declared 50 candidates and plans to name the remaining 180 candidates by the end of the month.
The letter, sent in the name of Rawalpindi (Pakistan)-based LeT area commander Maulvi Abu Sheikh, was received by the station manager’s office on September 29.
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Scindia also said the entire state leadership and party cadre was "working cohesively" to chart out the party's plan to dislodge the BJP government after "14 years of misrule".
In these Hindi-speaking States, which form the Bharatiya Janata Party’s core vote base, the Congress appears set to give the saffron party a run for its money.