Assembly Election Schedule 2018 Live Updates
Rajasthan, Mizoram, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh Election Dates 2018
The Legislative Assembly elections in India are the elections in which the Indian electorate choose the members of the Vidhan Sabha (or Legislative/State Assembly). They are held every 5 years and the members of the legislative assembly are called MLA. The assembly elections are never carried out in the same year for all states and union territories. The legislative assembly elections are held in all the 29 States and 2 of the 7 Union Territories of India.
|Rajasthan Legislative Assembly Elections Date 2018||07-Dec-18|
|Mizoram Legislative Assembly Elections Date 2018||28-Nov-18|
|Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly Elections Date 2018||28-Nov-18|
|Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly Elections Date 2018||12 & 20 November 2018|
|States||Last Date of Filing Nominations||Scrutiny of Nominations||Withdrawal of Nominations||Date of Polling||Counting of Votes|
Madhya Pradesh (Total seats – 230):
The BJP is ruling the state for last 15 years and incumbent Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan took over the reins of power on 29 November 2005.
The state Assembly has 231 members out of which 230 are elected directly by the people while one member is nominated by the Governor.
Madhya Pradesh will witness a direct contest between the ruling BJP and the Congress.
Rajasthan (Total seats – 200):
The BJP is ruling the state for last 5 years under the chief ministership of Vasundhara Raje Scindia who took over as state CM on 13 December 2013.
The state Assembly has 200 members.
Rajasthan will witness a direct contest between the ruling BJP and the Congress. The Congress is hoping to return to power in the state in the upcoming elections.
Chhattisgarh (Total seats – 90):
Like Madhya Pradesh, the BJP is ruling Chhattisgarh for last 15 years. Chief Minister Raman Singh is heading the state since 7 December 2003.
The state Assembly has 90 seats.
Chhattisgarh will witness a triangular contest between the ruling BJP, the Congress and Amit Jogi’s newly formed Janta Congress Chhattisgarh which has joined hands with Mayawati’s BSP.
Telangana (Total seats- 119):
Incumbent Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao is ruling Telangana since 2 June 2014, the day it came into existence as a separate state. The state Assembly has 119 seats.
Telangana will witness a triangular contest between the ruling TRS, the Congress and the BJP.
Mizoram (Total seats – 40):
The Congress is ruling the state for last 5 years under the chief ministership of Lal Thanhawla.
Mizoram Assembly has 40 seats.
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