As the india Today-Axis My india exit poll predicted a big win for the bjp in madhya pradesh, chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said there was no "kaante ki takkar" (competition) in the state. He thanked women voters, saying, "Laadli behna ne saare kaante nikaal diye." (The daughters and sisters seems to have set us on the road to victory), news agency ANI reported.

Chouhan emphasised the BJP's collective leadership in madhya pradesh and expressed confidence that the party will establish a government with a clear majority.

"I have always stated that there will be no competition in madhya pradesh and that the bjp will win a clear majority." The affection and direction of prime minister (Narendra) Modi, the plans of (Home Minister) amit shah, the leadership of (BJP president) JP Nadda, the efforts of our people, and the programmes of our administration all contributed to the bjp gaining a majority in the state," he added.

According to the india Today-Axis My india exit poll, the bjp is expected to win between 140 and 162 of the 230 seats up for grabs on november 17.

The Congress, which was hoping for a turnaround after the Kamal Nath-led government fell in 2020 due to Jyotiraditya Scindia's revolt, is expected to win between 68 and 90 seats.

According to the exit poll, the BJP's vote share would rise to 47%, up from 41% in the 2018 assembly elections. The Congress' vote share has remained stable since 2018, at 41%, according to the exit poll.

According to analysts, if the exit poll predictions come true, Chouhan, a four-time chief minister who was not proclaimed as the chief ministerial face this time, will receive a significant boost.

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