Congress has gained early leads in three states -- Delhi, Rajasthan and Mizoram while BJP is ahead in Madhya Pradesh and the two parties are in a neck and neck race in Chhattisgarh. Hoping to oust the BJP from power, the Congress was today leading in 83 seats while the saffron party was ahead in 49 constituencies in trends available for 150 out of the 200 constituencies in Rajasthan. Mayawati-led BSP is leading in four seats, while JD(U) and CPI(M) were ahead in one each. Others were leading in 12 seats. In Delhi, the Sheila Dikshit-led Congress is far ahead in the trends leading in 20 seats as against 11 of the BJP. In three seats, 'others' are ahead -- two LJP and one BSP. However two Delhi ministers Raj Kumar Chauhan and Haroon Yousuf are trailing. In Mizoram, the first result went in favour of Lalthanwala of Congress when he won the South Tui Pui seat by a margin of 96 votes. In the state, Congress was leading in three and MNF in two. In Chhatisgarh, the BJP is slightly ahead of the Congress with early trends indicating that the saffron party was leading in 30 seats and Congress 28. In Madhya Pradesh where BJP is in power, the saffron party is leading in 38 seats as against 19 of the Congress.