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MP Bypolls: BJP Wins 19 Seats, Kamal Nath Says Accept People’s Mandate of Sitting In Opposition

On the results of the by-election, Kamal Nath said, “We accept the people’s mandate. We tried our best to reach the public


Shivraj Singh-Jyotiraditya Scindia had a successful run in the by-elections in 28 seats of Madhya Pradesh. Results for all 28 seats have been declared. Of these, BJP won 19 and Congress won 9. In the 2018 assembly elections, Congress won 27 of these seats.

14 ministers of the Shivraj government, including 2 former ministers, had contested. Of these, 11 ministers have won. On the other hand, there was a big jolt to the party in the Dabra, Dimani and Sumavali seats. Ministers Imrati Devi from Dabra, Andal Singh Kansana from Sumawali and Giriraj Dandotia from Dimni lost the election.

In Dabra, BJP candidate Imarti Devi lost the election. Imarti received 68056 votes. Whereas Congress candidate Suresh Raje got 75689 votes from here. Imrati Devi lost by 7633 votes. From Sumavali, Ajab Singh Kushwaha of Congress defeated BJP’s Andal Singh Kansana by 10947 votes.

Ravindra Singh of Congress has won from Dimani. He defeated BJP candidate and minister Giriraj Dandotia by more than 26000 votes. Former minister Tulsiram has won the Silawat from Samwar. He defeated Premchand Guddu of Congress by 53264 votes. At the same time, former minister and BJP candidate Govind Singh Rajput from Surkhi in Sagar district won by 40991 votes.

Kamal Nath accepted defeat

On the results of the by-election, Kamal Nath said, “We accept the people’s mandate. We tried our best to reach the public. We will fulfill our responsibilities by remaining in opposition.”

On the other hand, Chief Minister Shivraj tweeted and said – “I wish all the winning candidates. Those who could not succeed, should not be desperate, your struggle for public interest should continue.”

Jyotiraditya Scindia once again targeted Kamal Nath and Digvijay Singh after the by-election results. He said – “The results have proved that Kamal Nath and Digvijay Singh are traitors.” In fact, after joining the BJP, Congress leaders constantly called him a traitor.

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