10 Dec, 2018, 21:34 PM IST
Chhattisgarh: Raman Singh resigns as chief minister. Hands over resignation to Governor.
Rajasthan: Congress leading in 98 constituencies and BJP is leading in 64 constituencies.
Rajasthan: CM Vasundhara Raje wins from Jhalrapatan constituency.
Chhattisgarh: Cheif Minister Raman Singh is leading by 3120 votes at Rajnandgaon constituency
Madhya Pradesh: BJP ahead in 114 seats, Congress in 106
BJP Minister Rajesh Munat is trailing by 2778 votes in Raipur (west) constituency.
Chhattisgarh: Congress - 66, BJP - 15, JCC-BSP-CPI - 7 and Others - 2
Independents and other parties are going to play crucial role in forming government. Congress is just short of clear majority while BJP is lagging behind.
Chhattisgarh: CM Raman Singh is leading by 1,200 votes in Rajnandgaon constituency.
Mizoram: Five-time Chief Minister of Mizoram Lal Thanhawla has lost both the seats he contested
Chhattisgarh: Congress working committee member Tamradhwaj Sahu is leading by about 4986 votes. He contested from Durg (Rural) constituency.
Chhattisgarh: Assembly speaker Gauri Shankar Agarwal trailing by 7000 votes.
Chhattisgarh: Leader of opposition, T S Singhdeo of Congress, is leading by a margin of 6800 votes in Ambikapur constituency.
Rajasthan: Minister Gajendra Singh trails by a margin of 1,375 votes in Lohawat
Rajasthan CM Vasundhara Raje leads by 9,296 votes over Congress's Manvendra Singh.
Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan leads with 2,121 votes in Budhni
Mizoram: MNF is cruising towards a comfortable lead in the state. Congress holds in 8 places while BJP in just one
Chhattisgarh:Ex-CM Ajit Jogi's daughter-in-law Richa Jogi is leading. She contested from Akaltara constituency on behalf of BSP.
It's neck-to-neck in Madhya Pradesh. Congress leading in 105 seats and BJP in 101 seats
Congress: Goes past 100 mark in Madhya Pradesh while nearing century in Rajasthan
Chhattisgarh: Four ministers in Raman Singh's cabinet are trailing
After first two hours of counting, Congress is leading in Chhattisgarh in over 60 constituencies while BJP is leading in 22 segments.
Rajasthan CM and BJP candidate Vasundhara Raje is leading by 4055 votes in Jhalrapatan.
Former chief minister Ajit Jogi (Chattisgarh) leads in Marwahi constituency
In Madhya Pradesh, it's a close fight. Congress leading in 56 seats while BJP in 52. Mayawati led BSP is leading in two seats.
Congress is leading in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh
Kodangal : Revanth Reddy is Trailing by 200 votes
Congress Leaders Ponnala, DK Aruna, Jana Reddy Trailing
Chattisgarh : Congress Leading - 26, BJP Leading - 19
Rajasthan : Congress Leading - 61, BJP Leading - 41
Madhya Pradesh : BJP Leading - 33, Congress Leading - 34
Telangana : TRS Leading - 39, Congress - 22
Mizoram : Congress - 2, MNF - 3, BJP - 0
Chattisgarh : Congress Leading - 17, BJP Leading - 21
Rajasthan : Congress Leading - 43, BJP Leading - 34
Madhya Pradesh : BJP Leading - 28, Congress Leading - 24
Rajasthan : Congress Leading - 28, BJP Leading - 23
Telangana : TRS Leading - 21, Congress - 14
Rajasthan : Congress Leading - 26, BJP Leading - 17
Chattisgarh : Congress Leading - 7, BJP Leading - 7
Rajasthan : Congress Leading - 21, BJP Leading - 11
Telangana : TRS Leading - 17, Congress - 6
Madhya Pradesh : BJP Leading - 10, Congress Leading - 9
Chattisgarh : Congress Leading - 8, BJP Leading - 6
Rajasthan : Congress Leading - 19, BJP Leading - 10
Telangana : TRS Leading - 10, Congress - 3
Rajasthan : Congress Leading - 14, BJP Leading - 7
Madhya Pradesh : BJP Leading - 4, Congress Leading - 6
Telangana : TRS Leading - 8, Congress - 3
Telangana : TRS Leading - 6, Congress - 1
Telangana : TRS Leading - 4, Congress - 2
Rajasthan : Congress Leading - 12, BJP Leading - 5
Madhya Pradesh : Congress Leading - 5, BJP Leading - 3
Rajasthan : Congress Leading - 8, BJP Leading - 4
Chattisgarh : Congress Leading - 2, BJP Leading - 2
Madhya Pradesh : BJP Leading - 3, Congress Leading - 2
Rajasthan : Congress Leading - 2, BJP Leading - 1
On December 7th, voting was held for the Legislative Assemblies of the five Indian states - Telangana, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Mizoram. The results will be declared tomorrow, with counting kick starting from 8 am in all the states.
In Telangana's 119 constituencies, there has been an intense battle between the ruling TRS and the main opposition party Congress and its People's Front allies - TDP, TJS and CPI. The exit polls have predicted TRS as the single largest party to form the new government.
On the other hand, amidst a huge anti-incumbency want, the ruling BJP is clearly struggling to tame Congress in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. While the exit polls have predicted Congress' victory in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh seems to be a going down to the wire.
And in Mizoram, there will be a close contest between Congress and Mizo National Front, according to the exit polls. Keep refreshing the page to cards all the latest updates on the vote counting.