Madhya Pradesh is another important state which be witnessing the Lok Sabha polls in 4 phases on April 29, May 6, May 12 and May 19 for 29 constituencies. The counting for all the constituencies will be held on May 23, 2019. First phase will be held on April 29 (6 seats), the second phase on May 6 (7 seats), third phase on May 12 (8 seats) and fourth phase on May 19 ( 8 seats).
5.5 crore voters of the state will cast their votes in thousands of polling booths. Around five lakh employees will be deployed for the election. It will be a tough battle for the BJP to garner the 29 seats in the state, as they lost the 2018 Assembly polls by a narrow margin. It was a shocking loss to the BJP, since they secured 38 per cent votes and won 143 seats. But this time, they got 109 seats despite securing around 40 per cent votes. With sentiments in their favour, Congress is expected to win most of the seats.