Jyotir Aditya Scindia, the party’s main leader, fought against the Kamal Nath-led Congress government in the state of Madhya Pradesh, which has 230 assembly constituencies. All 22 MLAs resigned in support of him.
Subsequently, Jyoti Aditya Cynthia joined the BJP with his supporters. Following them, 3 more Congress MLAs joined the BJP.
Thus, the Madhya Pradesh Congress government was overthrown, and Shivraj Singh Chauhan
The BJP-led government seized power. As a result, a total of 28 Assembly constituencies were declared vacant by the Election Commission, including 3 vacant seats.
Following this, voting is taking place today for the 28 vacant constituencies. People have been coming to the polls since morning and casting their ballots. According to the State Election Commission, 42.71 percent of votes were cast in the by-elections in Madhya Pradesh at 1 pm. Votes cast today will be counted on the 10th and the results will be announced on the same day.