The results for the Rajasthan Assembly elections 2018, Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections 2018, Chhattisgarh Assembly elections 2018, Telangana Assembly elections 2018, Mizoram Assembly elections 2018 are set to be declared today and decide the fate of the Ruling Bhartiya Janta Party and the main Opposition the Congress.
As Exit polls indicate a big win for Congress in Rajasthan, who is aiming to win anti-incumbency in the state. If we believe, some exit polls, also showcase BJP's exit from the Madhya Pradesh, While neck-to-neck fight in Chhattisgarh.
11:55 IST: BJP leading with 113 seats in MP; Congress takes lead in Rajasthan on 94 seats
09:30 IST: Congress leading on 25 seats and BJP leading on 23 seats in Rajasthan, ECI official trends
09:23 IST: Congress leading on 15 seats and BJP leading on 13 seats in Rajasthan, ECI official trends
09:15 IST: Chattisgarh Chief Minister Dr.Raman Singh trailing from Rajnandgaon, Congress's Karuna Shukla is leading
09:10 IST: Congress leading on 7 seats and BJP leading on 6 seats in Rajasthan, official ECI trends
09:07 IST: Chhattisgarh (66/90) — BJP – 27, Congress – 35, JCC+ – 3, Others – 1
09:01 (IST): "It's too early. Anything can be said only after 12 pm. Leads of only postal ballots have come till now. I am confident that in Madhya Pradesh, Congress will form government. We have favourable situation in Rajasthan & Chhattisgarh also," Congress leader Digvijay Singh said.
8:57 AM IST: In Chhattisgarh (49/90), Congress is leading on 25 seats while BJP is ahead on 21 seats, show early trends.
8:56 AM IST: In Rajasthan of the 110 out of 199 seats, BJP is leading on 43 seats and Congress is ahead on 65 seats, show early trends. Others are leading on 2 seats
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8:21 AM IST: In Rajasthan, BJP is leading on four seats and Congress on five seats.
8:19 AM IST: In Chhattisgarh, BJP ahead on three seats and Congress on four.
8:19 AM IST: In Rajasthan, BJP leads on four seats and Congress on three, show early trends.