The Bharatiya Janata Party took a comfortable lead over the Congress on Sunday, as the votes for the Madhya Pradesh assembly polls were counted. In the Budhni assembly constituency, Chief Minister Chouhan surged ahead of Congress's Vikram Sharma by more than 1 lakh votes.

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh

Chouhan said that there was no anti-incumbency in the state as the people were content with the development the BJP-led government brought into the state in the past. He added, "There is no formula, this is just love from the public."

He further said that "Madhya Pradesh is my temple, the public is my God and I am the priest".
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