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Lok Sabha Elections 2024

Chhindwara Constituency Lok Sabha Election Results 2024

BJP's Bunty Vivek Sahu wins by 1,31,618 votes and received total 6,44,738 votes. BJP's Bunty Vivek defeated INC candidate Nakul Kamalnath, who received 5,31,120 votes.

Chhindwara Constituency Lok Sabha Election Results 2024
Chhindwara Constituency Lok Sabha Election Results 2024

Chhindwara Election Result Highlights: Bunty Vivek, candidate of the Bharatiya Janata Party won the Chhindwara, Madhya Pradesh Constituency in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections by 6,44,738 votes. INC candidate Nakul Kamalnath lost the election by a margin of by 1,31,618 votes. 

 

In Chhindwara 2024 Lok Sabha Election Results, Bunty Vivek, candidate of the Bharatiya Janata Party defeated INC candidate Nakul Kamalnath, who received 5,31,120 votes. 

 

S.No. Candidate Name Party Total Votes % of Votes
1 Bunty Vivek Sahu Bharatiya Janata Party 6,44,738 49.41
2 Nakul Kamalnath Indian National Congress 5,31,120 40.7
3 Deviram Urf Dev Raven Bhalavi Gondvana Gantantra Party 55988 4.29
4 Umakant Bandewar Bahujan Samaj Party 11823 0.91

 

Chhindwara is one of the high-profile seats in Madhya Pradesh. The region has been a stronghold of senior Congress leader and state Chief Minister Kamal Nath. Kamal Nath has been winning the Lok Sabha elections from this seat since 1980. Kamal Nath's son Nakul Nath is the Congress candidate from this seat.


Nakul, 44, has been campaigning in Chhindwara for nearly 20 days ahead of his candidature. Nakuul is accompanied by his mother Alka Nath. She is also telling the people of Chhindwara that Nakul is like your son, he has been coming here since he was five years old. Like his father Kamal Nath, Nakul studied at Doon School. He holds an MBA from Boston University. 

 

Lok Sabha elections 2019: Kamal Nath had won the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. He defeated BJP's Chandra Bhan Singh. While Kamal Nath got 5,59,755 votes (50.54 per cent), Chandrabhan Singh got 4,43,218 votes (40.02 per cent). The winning margin was 1,16,537 votes.