According to the list which was released late on Thursday, Bharat Yadav has been appointed district magistrate for Gwalior, Deepak Arya for Balaghat, Ganesh Shankar Mishra for Sehore, Bhaskar Lakshkar for Guna and Chhote Lal Singh for Bhind.
Government employees, public representatives from panch-sarpanch to MP and income tax payees cannot avail the crop loan waiver scheme announced by chief minister Kamal Nath on Monday in his first decision after assuming office, officials said.
A day after Kamal Nath took over as Madhya Pradesh chief minister, the police informed the state government on Tuesday that the Centre’s Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) has seized 11 hard disks related to the e-tendering scam.
Updated on Dec 19, 2018 07:42 AM IST
Hindustan Times, Bhopal | ByPunya Priya Mitra and Shruti Tomar
Earlier on Monday, Kamal Nath took the oath as Madhya Pradesh chief minister in the presence of top Congress and opposition leaders who flew to Bhopal from Jaipur where they had watched Ashok Gehlot and Sachin Pilot take charge as Rajasthan chief minister and deputy chief minister respectively.
West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee will not attend the swearing-in ceremony of Congress leader Kamal Nath as Madhya Pradesh CM, official sources said. Trinamool Congress MP Dinesh Trivedi will be representing the party at the event.
The Congress will get experts to conduct a forensic examination of the voting pattern in Madhya Pradesh’s Vindhya region, from where it won just six out of 30 seats in the recently concluded assembly polls, as it has “suspicion” on EVMs used there.
The Congress, which won the Assembly polls, leads the list with 56 MLAs having criminal antecedents, followed by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) with 34 while the Bahujan Samaj Party has two such lawmakers.
“I decided that we don’t have the numbers so we shouldn’t try to make the government. I called Kamal Nath to congratulate him and wished him all the best,” said Shivraj Singh Chouhan, who was the chief minister for 13 years.
Putting its best electoral performance in years, the Congress wrested Chhattisgarh from the BJP, drew ahead to a majority in Rajasthan and after a neck to neck contest in Madhya Pradesh, edged ahead to form the government in the central state.
Madhya Pradesh asembly election results 2018: Kamal Nath said in his letter that the Congress has “emerged the single largest party with majority support” and that “all the independents have in addition assured support to the Congress party.”
Madhya Pradesh election Results 2018: With neither the Congress or the BJP getting a majority in the state at 116 seats, smaller parties and Independents will play a crucial role in deciding who forms the next government in the state, ruled by the BJP for the last 15 years.
Madhya Pradesh election result 2018: The farmers’ agitation that rocked Mandsaur in MP in June 2017 claimed the lives of six farmers. The BJP candidate from Malhargarh has won, and as of 5 pm on Tuesday, the party candidate from Mandsaur is leading by more than 10,000 votes.
Madhya Pradesh election results 2018: According to Election Commission figures, the Congress was leading in 113 seats and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which has ruled Madhya Pradesh for 15 years, in 106 seats even as officials counted millions of votes.
Madhya Pradesh Election Results 2018 Highlights: The elections to the five states of Rajasthan, Telangana, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Mizoram are being touted as the semi-final to the Lok Sabha polls 2019
Madhya Pradesh election results 2018: Exit polls in the state have predicted a neck-and-neck fight between the BJP, which is targeting a fourth straight term in power, and the Congress, which is attempting to wrest power after 15 years.
The much awaited results for the Madhya Pradesh assembly elections were declared on Tuesday, along with those of Rajasthan, Telangana, Chhattisgarh and Mizoram. Counting of votes for the November 28 elections began at 8am. The lections to the five states are being touted as the semi-final to the Lok Sabha polls 2019, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi will seek re-election. For full coverage on assembly elections, click hereExit polls had predicted an edge-of-the-seat thriller in Madhya Pradesh, with the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress locked in a neck-and-neck race. And it just turned out to be true, with both the parties in a tight race to the 116-majority mark.Click here for live updates on assembly poll resultsWatch Video: BSP will support Congress in Madhya Pradesh ‘to keep BJP out’: Mayawati Battling anti-incumbency of 15 years, incumbent chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan hopes to retain power for the fourth time in a row. The Congress on the other hand, is banking on the triple anti-incumbency faced by the BJP government and hopes to storm back to power in the state which was once its bastion. In the 2013 election, the BJP had bagged 165 seats while the Congress had come a distant second with 58 seats in its kitty.For full coverage on Madhya Pradesh assembly elections, click hereMadhya Pradesh had registered a voter turnout of around 75% in the November 28 assembly polls. Check highlights here: