Assembly Elections 2023 Exit Poll Results Live Updates: The exit polls results for all the five states i.e. Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Telangana, Chhattisgarh and Mizoram are out. Several media outlets have declared the exit poll results. The India Today-Axis My India exit poll and Jan Ki Baat exit poll has predicted a neck-and-neck fight between the Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh.
What is assembly election exit poll?
A survey agency tries to gauge the likely result of an election through an exit poll. Voters are asked, after they exit the polling station who they voted for, hence this is called an ‘exit poll’. Exit poll is a survey that is conducted immediately after people have voted their respective candidates. The exit polls are likely to give indications of the assembly outcomes, a crucial indicator of India's mood for the upcoming general assembly elections in 2024.
Are assembly election exit poll accurate?
There have been several instances in the past of exit polls going wrong. This is because people could name a candidate other than the one they actually voted for.
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Assembly Election Results 2023 LIVE Updates: BJP, INDIA gear up for crucial battle in 4 states ahead of LS polls
Assembly Election Results 2023 Live Updates: The counting of votes for the 2023 assembly Elections in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, and Telangana will be held today, marking a crucial semi-final before the impending general elections in less than six months.
The Assembly Elections 2023 for all five states - Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Mizoram, Rajasthan, and Telangana - came to an end on November 30.
Assembly election 2023 LIVE: BJP's Keshav Prasad Maurya predicts complete majority in MP, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan
"In Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, and Rajasthan, the BJP will come to power with a complete majority. We are waiting for the counting of votes tomorrow. I believe that under the leadership of PM Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, and BJP national president JP Nadda, all three states will have a BJP government. In Telangana and Mizoram also, we will perform well," Maurya told ANI.
Assembly election 2023 LIVE: Rajasthan gears up for counting of votes, Gajendra Singh Shekhawat says 'we are super-confident…'
Assembly election 2023 LIVE: Mizo National Front eyes ‘more than 20 seats’
“We hope that we will come out victorious and we hope that we will get more than 20 seats. Everyone is assuming that there will be a close fight. Multiple exit polls have multiple views. We are still hopeful that we will come out victorious..." said Mizo National Front leader and party candidate of Aizawl North-II, Vanlalsawma.
Assembly election 2023 LIVE: Congress MP Nakul Nath offers prayers at Simaria Hanuman temple in MP | Watch video
“Only a few hours are left for the results to be out. We only have to wait a few hours. The results would be out tomorrow in Congress's favour... The people want a change... We are going to form a government of complete majority..." he added.
‘CM Baghel will lose from Patan…’: BJP Candidate predicts ‘clear mandate’ in Chhattisgarh
“The Exit Polls do their survey but the ground reality is that the BJP is going to form the government with a majority. There is going to be a clear mandate. The CM is also going to lose from Patan... The Exit Polls are not always true…" said BJP Candidate Vijay Baghel.
Assembly election 2023 LIVE: All arrangements made for counting of votes in Chhattisgarh
“The counting of votes will take place from 8 am in all 90 assembly constituencies in the state for assembly elections 2023 on Sunday. For counting of votes, 90 returning officers, 416 assistant returning officers, 4596 counting personnel and 1698 micro observers have been appointed," said Chhattisgarh Chief Electoral Officer Reena Baba Saheb Kangale.
Assembly election 2023 LIVE: Preparations underway at Madhya Pradesh counting centre | Video
Assembly election 2023 LIVE: Jyotiraditya Scindia predicts BJP govt with full majority in MP
"We have full confidence that in tomorrow's counting. BJP will form the govt with a full majority in MP. Let us wait for 24 hours, the results will be in front of us," Scindia said while speaking to reporters in Gwalior on Saturday.
Assembly election 2023 LIVE: Chhattisgarh BJP chief says exit polls ‘gave a shock to Congress’
“Exit polls have given a shock to Congress...From the start, we were saying that the BJP is going to form a government in Chhattisgarh...The exit poll has strengthened our claim...Tomorrow there is going to be an end to the misgovernance of Congress in Chhattisgarh," said Chhattisgarh BJP President Arun Sao.
Assembly election 2023 LIVE: Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar says BJP will form MP govt with clear majority
“BJP has contested elections in MP with full strength. From booth level to top leadership, every party worker has played their role and responsibilities...I completely trust what exit polls are depicting, almost similar results will come out and BJP will get successful in making a government of clear majority…" he said.
Assembly election 2023 LIVE: BJP MP and candidate Diya Kumari flags ‘Congress conspiracy’
“People are fed up with this Congress government and want a double-engine govt. There is no undercurrent in Rajasthan...As part of the conspiracy, the Congress government has removed names from the voter list in every constituency. In my constituency too, 18,000 names have been removed and I have complained about it and action will be taken against them," Diya Kumari said.
She predicted that the BJP would form the government with a full majority.
Assembly election 2023 LIVE: YSR Telangana Party chief bats for Congress, says ‘we sent a suitcase to KCR…’
YS Sharmila voiced hope that the Congress would come to power and said that the party had refrained from contesting because it did not want to split the anti-KCR votebank.
“The exit polls should be the exact pulse of the people of Telangana. We are hoping that good days will return to Telangana and crores of people in Telangana are actually happy with the exit polls and pray that it turns into reality. And I am one of them. And that's why we sent a suitcase to KCR asking him to pack up..." she said on Saturday.
“It looks like KCR is trying to buy MLAs and form the government anyway. Well, again, KCR has been proving himself as someone who does backdoor politics. And we demand that KCR restrain from this," she added.
Who is winning in Mizoram assembly polls? Here's what the exit polls says
As per the exit polls, the ruling party led by Chief Minister Zoramthanga has an advantage in the northeastern state while there is also a possibility of a hung assembly.
- According to India Today-Axis My India poll predictions for Mizoram, the Zoram People's Movement is poised for a massive victory in Mizoram and could win 28-35 seats. It said that the ruling MNF is expected to win 3 to 7 seats.
- Times Now-ETG poll gave 14-18 seats to MNF, 10-14 to ZPM and said that Congress is expected to get 9-13 seats.
- Jan Ki Baat exit poll gave 10-14 seats to MNF, 15-25 seats to ZPM, and 5-9 seats to Congress.
- India TV-CNX poll predicted 14-18 seats for MNF and 12-16 seats for ZPM. It said Congress is expected to get 7-10 seats.
- Republic TV exit poll has predicted 17-22 seats for MNF, 7-12 seats for ZPM, and Congress to win 7-10 seats.
Who is winning Chhattisgarh assembly polls 2023? Here's what exit polls say?
In Chhattisgarh, exit polls gave Congress a clear edge, showing that the ruling party in the state is poised to return to power with the BJP also expected to put up a good contest unlike in the 2018 polls.
While three polls predicted a clear victory of Congress in the state, others said that the party was in the winning range.
According to ABP C-Voter predictions, Congress is poised to win 41-53 seats in the state which has a 90-member assembly. The exit poll said BJP is poised to get 36-48 seats and others 0-4 seats.
- The India Today-Axis My India poll predicted Congress getting 40-50 seats, BJP 36-46 seats and others getting 1-5 seats.
- The Republic TV exit poll gave Congress 44-52 seats, BJP 34-42 seats and 0-2 polls for others.
- India TV-CNX poll predicted 46- 56 seats for Congress, 30-40 seats for BJP and 3-5 for others.
- The numbers for Congress and BJP in the Jan Ki Baat exit poll were 42-53 and 34-45 respectively and it predicted 0-3 seats for others.
- The P-Marq poll said Congress is poised to win 46-54 seats, BJP 35-42 seats and others will get 0-2 seats
- Today's Chanakya predicted that Congress will get 57-66 seats in Chhattisgarh with BJP getting 33-42 seats with 0-3 seats going to the others.
Who is winning Telangana Assembly polls? Here's what exit polls say
Exit polls predicted that Congress is poised to form government in Telangana, defeating KCR's Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) by a huge margin.
- India Today-Axis My India projected Congress victory in the southern state. The Congress party may win around 68 of the 119 seats in Telangana. According to the predictions, K Chandrasekhar Rao-led BRS ' seats will reduce to 39. The BJP and AIMIM will clinch six seats apiece, it added.
- The Times Now-ETG exit poll claimed that KCR's party may win 37-45 seats, Congress 60-70 seats, BJP 6-8, and others 5-7 seats.
- Republic TV exit poll gave Congress 58-69 seats and the BRS 46-56 seats. It said BJP could win 4 to 9 seats and others 5 to 8 seats.
- The India TV-CNX exit poll predicted 63-79 seats for the Congress, 31-47 for the BRS, 0-2 for the BJP, and 5-7 for others.
- Jan ki Baat poll said Congress is poised to win 48 to 64 seats in Telangana. It said BRS could win 40 to 55 seats and BJP 7 to 13 seats.
Who is winning Rajasthan Assembly elections 2023? Here's what exit polls say
In Rajasthan, exit polls have predicted a neck-to-neck battle between the BJP and Congress. However, the majority of the exit polls concluded that the BJP will come into power.
The exit poll predictions showed that "others" including smaller parties and independents could play a crucial role in the formation of the government.
Rajasthan has a nearly three-decade tradition of not repeating an incumbent government. However, the India Today-Axis My India poll has claimed that Congress will buck the trend this time.
- Congress is poised to get 86-106 seats in Rajasthan with 42% votes and BJP 80-100 seats with 41% vote support. Others are poised for 7% votes and 9-18 seats, according to the India Today-Axis My India poll.
- India TV-CNX poll predicted 94-104 seats for Congress and 80-90 seats for BJP.
- The Jan Ki Baat poll gave 100-122 seats to BJP, and 62-85 seats to Congress and predicted that others will get 14-15 seats.
- The P-Marq poll said BJP will win 105-125 seats in Rajasthan, Congress 69-81 seats, and others are poised to get 5-15 seats.
Who is winning Madhya Pradesh assembly polls? Here's what exit polls say
Most exit polls predicted that the BJP, which has ruled Madhya Pradesh for almost 18 of the past 20 years, is set for another term in office with a huge majority.
- According to India Today-Axis My India prediction, the BJP will retain power in Madhya Pradesh by bagging 47% vote share and 140-162 seats. Congress is likely to get 60-90 seats with a 41% vote share.
- India TV-CNX exit poll also said that the BJP is poised to win between 140-159 seats, and Congress may win around 70-89 seats.
- The Times Now-ETG claimed that the BJP may win 105-117 seats, Congress 109-125 seats, and others 1-5 seats.
- Republic TV gave 118-130 seats to the BJP, 97-107 to Congress, and 0-2 polls for others.
- Today's Chanakya predicted Congress getting 74-86 seats in Madhya Pradesh whereas the BJP may get 151-163 seats.
Assembly election exit polls: Telangana Congress president arrives at EC's office
A day before the counting of votes for the Telangana Assembly election, the state's Congress President on Saturday rrived at the Election Commission office in Hyderabad.
Assembly election exit polls LIVE: Ahead of Rajasthan's election result, Vasundhara Raje visits Moti Dungri Ganesh temple
Former Rajasthan CM Vasundhara Raje on Saturday visited Lord Shri Ganesha at Moti Dungri Temple in Jaipur. The results of the Rajasthan elections will be announced tomorrow, 3 December Sunday. Raje has contested from the Jhalarapatan constituency. In 2018, she defeated Manvendra Singh by 54% votes. Singh has now joined the BJP.
Most of the exit polls have projected neck-to-neck competition between the ruling Congress and the BJP.
Assembly election results LIVE: 'Won't get less than 140 seats,' says Congress MP candidate
The exit polls might have declared the BJP winner in the Madhya Pradesh Assembly election but the Congress is confident that it will secure a majority in the state. In a video, Congress candidate Sanjay Shukla said, "Congress is coming to power. We won't get less than 140 seats...".
Assembly election 2023 LIVE: 'No party will have majority in Telangana, says BJP leader
BJP floor leader MLA of Goshamahal Raja Singh said, “No party will have a majority in the 2023 elections in Telangana, whether it's BJP, BRS, or Congress. Speaking specifically about BJP, we can observe an increase in the number of seats for the party, and our survey indicates that we will win up to 14 seats".
Assembly election LIVE: EC changes Mizoram counting date to 4 Dec, ZPM says, 'very welcome decision'
ZPM (Zoram People's Movement) candidate Lalnghinglova Hmar has welcomed EC's decision to change counting date from 3rd December to 4th December (Sunday). The ZPM candidate said, "...We all know Mizoram is a Christian state...Counting votes on Sunday will be a big problem...90% of the activities stop on Sunday. So, it is a very welcome decision from the ECI...So, I'm happy because the vote will never change, it is only the day".
Assembly election LIVE updates: Exit polls are released to demoralise Congress workers, says former MP CM
Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath claimed that some exit polls were deliberately created to disappoint Congress workers and put pressure on officers by creating a false atmosphere.
All Congress workers should get into the field with full force. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has lost the elections. Some exit polls have been deliberately created so that Congress workers get disappointed and put pressure on the officers by creating a false atmosphere. This conspiracy is not going to succeed," the veteran Congress leader said.
Assembly election counting LIVE: Rajasthan betting market bets heavily on BJP's victory
Rajasthan's biggest betting market, Phalodi has heavily betted on the Bharatiya Janata Party's victory in the recently held legislative assembly elections. The betting market has projected over 115 seats for BJP in the state while Congress may settle at 70 seats.
Besides, the bettors have projected victory of all prominent candidates who have contested the elections-- CM Ashok Gehlot, former Rajasthan CM Vasundhara Raje, and Rajasthan Deputy CM Sachin Pilot.
Assembly election LIVE: ‘BJP will win Rajasthan with over 135 seats’, claims party president
Rajasthan BJP president CP Joshi said the party will come to power in the state with more than 135 seats.
He said people voted in the name of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and nationalism.
Attacking the Congress party, Joshi said, "The Congress failed to fulfill its promises in the last five years, failed to protect women and corruption flourished, and youths were betrayed by the Congress government. People were upset due to the appeasement policy of the government and the government remained busy in saving the chair".
Assembly election exit poll LIVE- A quick recap
Here is what India-Today India Today-Axis My India exit poll has predicted for all five states:
- Chhattisgarh: The India Today-Axis My India exit poll predicts that Congress is likely to get 40-50 seats and BJP is likely to win somewhere between 36-46 seats in the Assembly.
- Rajasthan: In one of the rarest projections, the exit poll has claimed that Congress will retain power in Rajasthan. The poll predicted that Congress may win 106 seats, and the BJP may win 80 to 100 seats.
- Madhya Pradesh: The India Today-Axis My India in its exit poll has forecasted that BJP will remain in power in the state with 140-162 seats and the Congress is likely to get just 68-90 seats.
- Mizoram: The India Today-Axis My India has predicted that The Zoram People's Movement is likely to win 28-35 of the seats in a 40-member Mizoram Assembly.
- Telangana: Congress may win 63 to 79 seats, BRS - 31 to 47 seats; and BJP - 2 to 4 seats as per the exit poll.
Assembly election exit poll LIVE-A quick recap
Times Now-ETG Exit poll predictions for
- Rajasthan: BJP is likely to get 108-128 seats and the ruling Congress will find itself in the second position with 56-72 seats.
- Mizoram: MNF may emerge as the single largest party with 14-18 seats, ZPM with 10-14 seats, and Congress with 9-13 seats.
- Telangana: The BRS is likely to win 37-45 seats, Congress will be the largest party with 60-70 seats and BJP will win 6-8 seats.
- Madhya Pradesh: Congress may win somewhere between 109-125 seats, BJP likely to win 105-117 seats and others 1-5 seats.
- Chhattisgarh: Congress may win 48-56 seats whereas the BJP is likely to remain in opposition for another term with 32-40 seats.
Assembly election exit poll 2023 LIVE: ‘Congress will form govt in Telangana, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh’
Congress party national spokesperson Supriya Shrinate is confident that her party will win elections in all five states. In an interview with PTI news agency, Shrinate said, "Congress will form govt in Telangana, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, and Madhya Pradesh".
Assembly election 2023 LIVE: ‘BJP will form the government tomorrow in Rajasthan,’ says Anurag Thakur
Union cabinet minister Anurag Thakur has attacked Congress party ahead of the result days of the legislative elections. Thakur said, “Making fake promises and fake guarantees is an old habit of Congress. For five years, Rahul Gandhi made fake promises (in Rajasthan)," Thakur added, “the BJP will form the government tomorrow as wished by the people".
Assembly election 2023 LIVE: Counting to begin at 8 am in Rajasthan, says Chief Electoral Officer
In preparations for the election result day on December 3 in Rajasthan, State Chief Electoral Officer Praveen Gupta said that counting will begin at 8 am and the postal ballots will be counted first.
Praveen Gupta told ANI, "Preparations have been made at all counting centres in the state. Counting for the 199 Assembly constituencies will begin at 8 am on December 3. After opening the strong room, postal ballots will be counted first; these are around 5 lakh in number. There are 1121 Assistant Returning Officers (ARO) assigned."
Assembly election 2023 LIVE: ‘Congress, BRS together will form govt in Telangana,’ says BJP leader
Bharatiya Janata Party leader T Raja has said that the Congress and Bharat Rashtra Samiti (BRS), who contested the election together, will form a government in Telangana.
Raja Singh told ANI, "I had said earlier too that nobody will get an absolute majority. It will be a hung assembly this time. So, I think that Congress and BRS--which contested the election together and fielded dummy candidates wherever they had to - will form a government together in Telangana."
He further alleged that several MLAs from BRS are in contact with the BJP and can even join the party".
Assembly election 2023 LIVE: Kharge directs in-charges, observers to monitor vote counting on 3 December
All-India Congress Committee (AICC) president Mallikarjun Kharge has directed all five incharges and observers of the election states to keep an eye on the counting of votes.
A day ahead of the counting of votes for the Telangana assembly polls, Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister is expected to arrive in Hyderabad on Saturday. While Congress leader Randeep Surjewala is in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.
Assembly Elections 2023 Exit Poll Results Live Updates: Congress will win 135 seats in Madhya Pradesh: Randeep Singh Surjewala
Congress leader Randeep Singh Surjewala on Friday claimed that his party will win more than 135 out of the 230 assembly seats in Madhya Pradesh.
The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party is banking on a survey (exit poll) conducted by a particular agency to claim it is going to win on December 3 when votes will be counted, but this agency itself is now expressing doubts about the accuracy of the findings, he said in a statement here.
Majority of surveys are predicting a landslide victory for the Congress, said Surjewala, the party's general secretary in charge of Madhya Pradesh. “The sun that will rise on December 3 will end the misrule of the BJP that is going on for 18 years and the Congress will win more than 135 seats to fulfill the promises made to the people of the state. This election was between the people and the BJP's scams and failures, and I can say with full confidence that the public will win," he added.
Assembly Elections 2023 Exit Poll Results Live Updates: BJP leader T Raja confident of victory, claims BRS MLAs will join BJP
BJP leader T Raja is confident of winning from his Assembly constituency and claims that several BRS MLAs are in contact with the state BJP chief and Bandi Sanjay.
While speaking to news agecny ANI, he said, “I am fully confident. I will win from my Assembly constituency. We are winning at least 25 seats. If we cross 25 seats, there are several BRS MLAs who are in contact with state BJP chief G Kishan Reddy and Bandi Sanjay. Several MLAs will come from there (BRS) and join BJP - we can even form the government."
Speaking on Telangana CM KCR calling a state cabinet meeting on December 4, the day after the counting of votes, BJP leader T Raja said that the CM is dreaming that his government is going to come to power.
"Perhaps the Chief Minister is still drowsy. He still thinks that it is his government that is going to come to power and he will have a State cabinet meeting on 4th Dec. He is dreaming. He should wake up from his dreams. He is done, his government is not going to come to power in Telangana. Either the BJP or Congress will come to power," he added.
Assembly Elections 2023 Exit Poll Results Live Updates: Congress President Kharge directs in-charges, observers to monitor vote counting in five election states
Ahead of the five state assembly election results, All-India Congress Committee (AICC) president Mallikarjun Kharge on Friday directed all five incharges and observers of the election states to keep an eye on the counting of votes.
A day ahead of the counting of votes for the Telangana assembly polls, Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister and senior Congress leader DK Shivakumar is also expected to arrive in Hyderabad on Saturday. While Congress leader Randeep Surjewala is in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.
Assembly Elections 2023 Exit Poll Results Live Updates: Mizoram elections results to be declared on Monday
Election Commission of India revises the date of counting for the General Election to the Legislative Assembly of Mizoram from 3rd December, 2023 (Sunday) to 4th December, 2023 (Monday).
EC says, "The Commission has received several representations from various quarters requesting for change in date of counting from 3rd December, 2023 (Sunday) to some other week day, on the ground that 3rd December, 2023 being Sunday a special significance for the people of Mizoram."
Assembly Elections 2023 Exit Poll Results Live Updates: “Kursi ka race Congress ko hai”, says turncoat Jyotiraditya Scindia
Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia on Friday stressed that he has never been in the race for the post of Chief Minister, neither in 2013, 2018 and 2023.
The Union Minister also said that the race is for the development and growth of the country.
Polling for the 230-member Madhya Pradesh Assembly took place on 17 November.
Assembly Elections 2023 Exit Poll Results Live Updates: Telangana cabinet meeting to be held on Dec 4
The Telangana cabinet meeting is scheduled to be held on December 4, official sources said on Friday. Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao will chair the meeting at 2 pm, an official release from Rao’s office said without disclosing the agenda.
Assembly Elections 2023 Exit Poll Results Live Updates: Exit polls deliberately created to disappoint Congress workers, says Ex-MP CM Kamal Nath
Former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Kamal Nath on Friday claimed that some exit polls were deliberately created to disappoint Congress workers and put pressure on officers by creating a false atmosphere.
Nath made the remark in a video which he shared on his X handle to motivate his party workers to be alert for the counting of votes which is scheduled to be held on December 3.
The former CM can be heard saying, "All Congress workers should get into the field with full force. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has lost the elections. Some exit polls have been deliberately created so that Congress workers get disappointed and to put pressure on the officers by creating a false atmosphere. This conspiracy is not going to succeed."
Assembly Elections 2023 Exit Poll Results Live Updates: "Laadli behna ne saare kaante nikaal diye": MP CM Chouhan after exit polls predict BJP win
After the exit-poll predictions for Madhya Pradesh gave a clear edge to the incumbent BJP, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Thursday thanked the women voters of the state, saying "Kaante ki takkar', 'Kaante ki takkar'...'Laadli behna ne saare kaante nikaal diye (What neck-to-neck fight? The daughters and sisters seems to have set us on the road to victory".
Speaking to ANI after the pollsters predicted a comfortable win for the BJP in Madhya Pradesh, the CM said, "Wherever we went, women came out in numbers to extend a hearty welcome and show their support."
He claimed that all other poll players will fall by the wayside as the BJP will return to the hustings with a clear majority.
Assembly Elections 2023 Exit Poll Results Live Updates: Mizoram NGOs stage protest seeking rescheduling of vote counting date
Members of the Mizoram NGO Coordination Committee (NGOCC) staged protests across the state on Friday seeking a change in the date of counting of votes for the state assembly polls scheduled on December 3.
The demonstrations were held in state capital Aizawl and other district headquarters.
NGOCC is an umbrella body of major civil society organisations and student bodies, including the influential Central Young Mizo Association (CYMA) and Mizo Zirlai Pawl (MZP).
Assembly Elections 2023 Exit Poll Results Live Updates: “Exact polls will give us good news”, says KTR
After some exit poll projection showed the Congress leading the race to form the government in Telangana, Telangana Minister and Bharat Rashtra Samithi working president KT Rama Rao said on Friday that exact polls will "give us good news."
"After a long time had a peaceful sleep. Exit polls can take a hike. Exact polls will give us good news," Minister KTR posted on X.
Assembly Elections 2023 Exit Poll Results Live Updates: Congress will get clear majority in Madhya Pradesh, says Digvijaya Singh
Congress leader Digvijaya Singh, while speaking about Madhya Pradesh exit poll results, said on Thursday that nothing can be said about them as they are very diverse.
"Exit poll results are very diverse. We cannot say anything about it. I can assure you that the Congress will get more than 130 seats and a clear majority in Madhya Pradesh," said Digvijaya Singh.
"People want transformation for which Congress will get votes. It is the people and even the smallest party workers in Congress who have contested the election. People are fed up with Shivraj Singh Chouhan and his fake promises," he added.
Assembly Elections 2023 Exit Poll Results Live Updates: ‘Exit polls have gone miserably wrong in 2018,’ says BRS leader Putta Vishnuvardhan
Citing the example of false prediction of exit polls in 2018, BRS leader Putta Vishnuvardhan Reddy said declared the recently released exit polls result. He affirmed that BRS will win more than 70 seats and KCR will take oath for the third time.
“The exit polls have gone miserably wrong in 2018. Last time, nearly 80% of all the predictions were wrong. We would like to question the Election Commission of India as to how the exit polls are allowed to be released when the polling is not yet done. Because at 5 pm yesterday, 63% of people cast their vote, and by the end of the day, it had topped 70%. So 7-8% of voters who were queuing up to cast their vote would be indirectly influenced by the exit poll surveys," he told ANI.
Assembly Elections 2023 Exit Poll Results Live Updates: ‘BJP will win with a majority...’ says Giriraj Singh
On state assembly exit polls, Union Minister Giriraj Singh says, "...Elections are there in five states... The BJP will win with a majority..."
Assembly Elections 2023 Exit Poll Results Live Updates: ‘Hoping for best results for change and for a stronger India…’ DK Shivakumar
On state assembly exit polls, Karnataka Dy CM and Congress leader D K Shivakumar says, "...We are hoping for the best results for change and for a stronger India..."
Assembly Elections 2023 Exit Poll Results Live Updates: ‘BJP will comeback with huge majority again…’ CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan
Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan credits party's schemes and people's support for BJP's popularity among women, confident of winning with majority in upcoming elections.
Assembly Elections 2023 Exit Poll Results Live Updates: BJP will win over 150 seats, says Madhya Pradesh home minister Narottam Mishra
Assembly Elections 2023 Exit Poll Results Live Updates: Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra reacted to the state exit poll results released on Thursday evening saying that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will win over 150 seats in the state assembly polls.
"I had said in the beginning that we would win around 150 seats. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has done work where the poor people have benefitted be it Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY), Ujjwala Yojana or Ayushman Bharat scheme. Similarly, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, as soon as he came into power, introduced many schemes beneficial to the poor. We are confident that we will win more than 150 seats," the home minister said while speaking to ANI in Madhya Pradesh's Gwalior district on Friday.
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