Bhopal: Despite the defeat in the exit polls of the assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan is full confident about his victory. He describes himself as the biggest surveyor, claimed to form government once again.
On BJP’s defeat in the exit polls, Shivraj Singh said, “I am the biggest surveyor. I know the public’s pulse well. I have traveled in Madhya Pradesh and have met people. In the state, the BJP will once again win with the majority and will form the government. ‘
After the assembly elections in five states, many TV channels have shown their exit polls on Friday, in which the Congress seems to be getting an edge while BJP seems to be shaking. The results of the assembly elections will come on December 11, but the exit poll before that is not a good sign for the BJP.
Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan have seen the farewell of ruling BJP while the Congress seems to be returning into power with the absolute majority. Let us tell you that the exit poll of INDIA TODAY-AXIS My India has been shown taking Congress on the edge in Madhya Pradesh.
In the Exit poll, Congress has shown victory in 104 to 122 seats, while BJP is projected to win 102 to 120 seats. Tough competition in the state is visible between both national parties and other parties may have to be content with only 4 to 11 seats.
BJP leaders seem to avoided comment on exit polls
Before that, Union Minister and Senior BJP leader Prakash Javdekar on Exit Poll was seen to be avoiding saying anything, while senior Congress leader Ashwani Kumar said that in the five states, the graph of the party increased and BJP was reduced. Congress will win and BJP will lose. He said that when the results come on December 11, they will be shocking.
Senior BJP leader Prakash Javadekar said on Saturday, “I will not react now, because the results will come on December 11. It will be ok to discuss during that time. We should wait for the results. He said that many times this has happened when the results of the exit poll have reversed, so we should wait for the December 11 results.