Jan ki Baat exit poll predicts 129 seats out of 182 for BJP, 43 for Congress and 10 for AAP. BJP won 99 in 2017.
Times Now Exit poll predicts 38 seats for BJP and 28 for Congress in 68-member Himachal Assembly. That is a comfortable majority predicted for the BJP, but 6 less than the 44 they won in 2017.
After voting in the crucial assembly elections in two phases, Gujarat is now eagerly awaiting the results with bated breath. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, his mother Heeraben Modi, and Union Home Minister Amit Shah, along with his family, were seen casting their votes in their home state of Gujarat during the second phase of voting on Monday. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has maintained its grip on power in this state for close to 27 years, and it is now preparing to begin its seventh term in office, certain that the upcoming election will be a cakewalk and that it will garner significant support.
Arvind Kejriwal and his Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), on the other hand, have been conducting extensive campaigning in the state with the goal of expanding their presence on the national level. Following the AAP’s resounding victory in the Punjab assembly elections earlier this year, the party is now focusing its attention on expanding its voter base in preparation for the national elections in 2024.
In the meantime, the Congress party has been running a relatively low-key campaign in the state while its Bharat Jodo Yatra, which is its mass contact programme, is taking place in various locations across the nation.
Will the BJP be successful in keeping this state? The results of the exit polls are as follows:
(A word of caution: exit polls are known for being inaccurate.)