Will MP Vote BJP for a Fourth Term or Will Cong Make a Comeback?

Madhya Pradesh goes to polls on 28 November and the counting of votes will be on 11 December. 

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Madhya Pradesh will go to polls on 28 November along with Mizoram.
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In conversation with electoral politics expert Sanjay Kumar from CSDS, The Quint's editorial director Sanjay Pugalia,...

Posted by The Quint on Tuesday, November 27, 2018

The five-state elections ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha polls are being pegged as a litmus test for the Modi-led NDA government. And of the five states, Madhya Pradesh holds significance as the state has 29 Lok Sabha constituencies and has been Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) stronghold for the last 15 years.

The state goes to polls on Wednesday, 28 November along with Mizoram.

The Quint’s Editorial Director Sanjay Pugalia and Senior Correspondent Aishwarya S Iyer spoke to Sanjay Kumar from CSDS - Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, Anand Pandey, editor of Dainik Bhaskar from Bhopal and Rounak Kukde, senior correspondent of The Quint who visited Madhya Pradesh ahead of the polls, about the various factors that will play a role in the elections this year.

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