The counting of votes for the elections of four states is now nearing completion. The elections of five states being held before the Lok Sabha elections are seen as semi-finals in which the Bharatiya Janata Party has taken a good lead of 3:1. But the Bharatiya Janata Party had also fielded many of its stalwarts in these elections. The party had sent its MPs and Union ministers to contest elections in all the states. In this list we will tell you what was the condition of all those Union Ministers and MPs.
In Madhya Pradesh, BJP today fielded MPs including three Union Ministers. The party had sent four MPs, including a Union Minister, to Raipur to contest the assembly elections. The BJP election committee had given tickets to six MPs in Rajasthan & four in Telangana considering them fit for the assembly elections.
In Madhya Pradesh, BJP had fielded 7 MPs including three Union Ministers to contest the elections. These included many big names like Narendra Singh Tomar and Pahlad Patel. Let us tell you how the report cards of these MPs are.
Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, who is contesting from Dimani seat, has won. He defeated his nearest rival Balveer Singh Dandotia by more than 24 thousand votes. Congress candidate Ravindra Singh Tomar stood third here, getting only 23690 votes.
Union Minister Prahlad Singh Patel, contesting from Narsinghpur, has won the election to Congress candidate Lakhan Singh Patel by 31310 votes.
Union Minister of State Gagan Singh Kulaste, contesting from Niwas seat, lost the election to Congress candidate Chain Singh Varkhed by 9723 votes.
MP Riti Pathak, who is contesting from Siddhi, is also on her way to win the election. She is leading over Congress candidate Gyan Singh by about 20 thousand votes.
MP Ganesh Singh, who is contesting elections from Satna, is trailing Congress candidate Siddharth Kushwaha by about 4 thousand votes.
MP and candidate Rakesh Singh contesting from Jabalpur West has defeated Tarun Bhanot of Congress by 30134 votes.
MP Uday Pratap Singh, contesting from Gadarwara, has also lost the election to Congress candidate Sunita Patel by about 56 thousand votes.
Overall, the performance of Modi’s ministers in Madhya Pradesh has been better. Here they has won the match by 5:2.
In Chhattisgarh also, BJP had given tickets to four MPs including a Union Minister.
Union Minister Renuka Singh Sarita was made the party’s candidate from Bharatpur-Sonhat (reserved) constituency of Koriya district. She is leading over Congress candidate Gulab Kamran by about 4749 votes.
Durg MP Vijay Baghel was fielded by BJP against his uncle and Chief Minister Baghel. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has lost the election to his nephew Vijay Baghel by about 19 thousand votes.
Raigarh MP Gomti Sai was made the BJP candidate from Pathalgaon (reserved) assembly seat in Jashpur district. She won by 255 votes in a close contest. Congress candidate Ram Pukar Thakur stood second here.
Bilaspur MP and state president Arun Sahu was given ticket by the party from Lormi assembly seat in Bilaspur district. He defeated Congress candidate Taneshwar Sahu by more than 45 thousand votes.
The performance of Chhattisgarh MPs has been 100%. All the MPs have registered victory. MPs registered a clean sweep and won 4-0.
BJP had fielded 6 MPs as part of its election strategy. In which a Rajya Sabha MP Kirori Lal Meena was also included.
Rajsamand MP and Vasundhara Raje’s rival Diya Kumari was fielded by BJP from Vidyadhar Nagar seat of Jaipur. BJP had given ticket to Diya Kumari from Vidyadhar Nagar seat which is considered to be the safest seat for the party. On which these election results have also been confirmed. Diya Kumari has won the election by defeating Congress candidate Sitaram Aggarwal by about 71 thousand more votes.
In an attempt to polarise, the party had given ticket to Alwar MP Baba Balak Nath from Tijara assembly seat. He won the seat by approx 6173 votes to Congress candidate Imran Khan. He is also considered to be in the race for Chief Ministership.
Former Union Minister and MP from Jaipur Rural, Colonel Rajvardhan Rathore was made the candidate from Jhotwara seat. Caught in a triangular contest, Rajvardhan Rathore won the election to his nearest rival Congress candidate Abhishek Chaudhary by about 50 thousand votes, winning this seat for the party.
Rajya Sabha MP and senior party leader Kirori Lal Meena has returned to state politics by winning the assembly elections. He won the Sawai Madhopur seat by defeating Congress candidate Danish Abrar by more than 22 thousand votes.
Devji Patel, MP from Jalore Lok Sabha seat, was made the candidate from Sanchore but his performance was not good. BJP rebel and former MLA Jeevaram Choudhary has performed well and won this seat by 4 thousand votes and has pushed MP Devji Patel to third place, who has got only 30535 votes.
Rebelling against MP Bhagirath Chaudhary being made the candidate from Kishangarh in the party, Vikas Chaudhary joined the Congress in Priyanka Gandhi’s meeting and not only won the seat by about 3 thousand votes, pushing the parliamentarian to the third position.
Jhunjhunu MP Narendra Kumar has also lost the election from Mandawa seat. Candidate Rita Choudhary won the election to him by 18 thousand votes.
The performance of Modi’s MPs in Rajasthan was 50-50. Some MPs have won their seats but some MPs have had to face a crushing defeat. The match here was tied 3:3.
In Telangana, the party has given tickets to three MPs including state president Bandi Sanjay Kumar. BJP has four Lok Sabha MPs from Telangana. State President of the party, Kishan Reddy is also an MP, but he was not contesting the election.
The party had fielded MP Soyam Bapu Rao from Booth. BRS’s Anil Yadav has defeated him in the election by more than 22 thousand votes. MP Bapu stood second here with 53992 votes.
Former state president Bandi Sanjay has lost the election from Karimnagar to BRS candidate Gangula Kamalakar. Sanjay has got a total of 84310 votes while Kamlakar has got 88958 votes. Kamlakar has defeated Sanjay by 4648 votes.
In the 2019 general elections, Chief Minister’s daughter K Kavita lost her seat to Arvind Dharmapuri. who is the candidate from Koratla. However, he could not show any magic in this election and lost the election to BRS candidate Kalvakutla Sanjay by 10 thousand votes.
The performance of Modi’s MPs was disappointing. Modi’s MPs were wiped out here. They lost the match 0:4 to BRS.