BJP currently has 28 out of 29 Lok Sabha seats in MP. At the same time, Congress leader and Kamal Nath's son Nakul Nath is the MP from Chhindwara seat. BJP can win 6 out of 8 seats in Baghelkhand.
Lok Sabha elections are to be held in the year 2024 and for this preparations of all the parties are going on in full swing. Talking about Madhya Pradesh, there are 29 Lok Sabha seats here, out of which 28 are occupied by the BJP. Meanwhile, in the survey of India TV-CNX, such results came, which surprised everyone. The results that came out after taking public opinion in the survey, it is being estimated that this time BJP may have to work a little harder to retain all the 28 seats.
In fact, in this survey, a question was asked to the public that if the Lok Sabha elections were held today, how many seats would the party get in Madhya Pradesh? According to the answer of the public after this question, BJP is getting 51 percent votes, while Congress is being estimated to get about 39 percent votes, that is, a gap of 12 percent in the vote percentage of both the parties. However, the thing that makes it difficult for BJP is that in this opinion poll, public opinion is that BJP will get less seats than last time.
Region-wise how many seats for BJP and Congress in MP?
For information, let us tell you that out of 29 Lok Sabha seats in MP, 28 seats are currently with the BJP. At the same time, Congress leader and Kamal Nath’s son Nakul Nath is the MP from Chhindwara seat. If we talk region-wise, according to the survey, BJP can win 6 out of 8 seats in Baghelkhand, while Congress can get 2. On the other hand, BJP can clean sweep all the three seats in Bhopal division. According to public opinion, out of 4 seats in Chambal, three are seen going to BJP and one seat to Congress. Apart from this, four seats are with BJP and one seat with Congress in Mahakaushal region and in Malwa, BJP seems to be doing a clean sweep. At the same time, in Nimar also four seats can be given to BJP and one seat to Congress.
If we talk about all 29 seats, BJP is expected to win 24 seats, which is four less than last time. The same four seats seem to be going to the account of the Congress, due to which the Congress has a total of five seats.