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  • 1:01 PM IST
    BJP retained the Bandhavgarh assembly seat in Madhya Pradesh bypolls, defeating rival Congress by a margin of over 25,000 votes. BJP candidate Shivnarayan Singh defeated Congress’ candidate Savitri Singh in Bandhavgarh bypolls by 25,476 votes. The bypoll was necessitated as BJP MLA Gyan Singh got elected to the Lok Sabha in November last year from Shahdol in a bye-election.
  • 9:48 AM IST

    LIVE- Bandhavgarh Bye-Election Results: After initial rounds of counting, the BJP is leading in Madhya Pradesh’s Bandhavgarh bypolls. BJP candidate Shivnarayan Singh is ahead in Bandhavgarh.

  • 9:02 AM IST
    LIVE- Bandhavgarh Bye-Election Results: Early trends will soon start pouring in for Madhya Pradesh’s Bandhavgarh bypolls. In Bandhavgarh, the fight is between the BJP’s Shivnarayan Singh, son of Gyan Singh, and Savitri Singh of the Congress.
  • 8:50 AM IST

    LIVE- Bandhavgarh Bye-Election Results: Counting of votes has begun for Madhya Pradesh’s Bandhavgarh bypoll results. The bypoll in Bandhavgarh seat was necessitated as its MLA Gyan Singh was elected to the Lok Sabha in November last year.

  • 8:26 AM IST

  • 8:23 AM IST

    LIVE- Bandhavgarh Bye-Election Results: Counting of votes has begun in Madhya Pradesh’s Bandhavgarh for bypoll results. In Bandhavgarh, Congress candidate Savitri Singh is pitted against Shivnarayan Singh of the BJP.

Bhopal, Apr 13: Counting of votes for Madhya Pradesh’s Bandhavgarh bye-election results 2017 has begun. Polling in Madhya Pradesh’s Bandhavgarh Assembly constituency was held on April 9. The voting percentage was 65 for Bandhavgarh seat in Umaria district. The main contest is between Congress and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Bandhavgarh bypolls. We will be updating live on Madhya Pradesh bye-election results 2017. Catch the instant live updates on Madhya Pradesh’s Bandhavgarh bypoll results here.

The bypoll in Bandhavgarh seat was necessitated as its MLA Gyan Singh was elected to the Lok Sabha in November last year. The main contest in Bandhavgarh (ST) seat is between the BJP’s Shivnarayan Singh, son of Gyan Singh, and Savitri Singh of the Congress. Meanwhile, the Ater bypoll results will also be declared today.

The bypoll in Madhya Pradesh is a litmus test for both Congress and NJP in the run-up to the state elections next year. In Ater constituency, a total of 21 candidates is in the fray while in Bandhavgarh a separate assembly seat in Madhya Pradesh the future of five candidates are in the fray.