All Exit Polls say it’s Modi
All Exit Polls Say It’s Narendra Modi. It is a Modi sweep across the country, who is all set to form the BJP-led NDA government in Delhi, if the Exit Polls are to be relied upon.
- With all projections giving him more than 250, BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi is all set to march to South Block
- As BJP may fall marginally short of the 272+, it may not need the support of the likes of Jayalalithaa and Mamata
- In UP, BJP is expected to secure around 52 seats, with SP set to get 12, BSP 6 and Congress touching double-digit
- Modi wave makes inroads in Bihar, Seemandhra, Haryana, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Odisha
New Delhi: It is a Modi sweep across the country, who is all set to form the BJP-led NDA government in Delhi, if the Exit Polls are to be relied upon.
The Congress, on the other hand, is expected to be decimated, despite the intensive campaign by the Gandhi family, with Rahul, Priyanka and Sonia Gandhi charisma failing to impress the voters.
BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi has achieved the impossible, with his party sweeping the polls, not only in its bastions but also making inroads in Bihar, Seemandhra, Haryana, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Odisha. It is only in Kerala, where the Congress has to thank its voters for getting them around 16 seats, which could be its highest tally in the country.
The Modi wave has swept throughout the country defying the claims of Rahul Gandhi that the balloon will burst after the elections. As per the Exit Polls, the BJP will secure all the 7 seats in Delhi, it will sweep Gujarat, getting around 22 seats and in Haryana, it will get 7 to 9 out of the 10 seats.
In Uttar Pradesh, the BJP has achieved the impossible. In a tsunami-like condition, it has wiped out regional parties like the Mayawati-led BSP and Mulayam Singh Yadav-led SP. As per the predictions, Modi-led BJP will secure around 52 seats, with SP set to getting 12, BSP 6 and Congress touching the double-digit figure. Belying all expectations, the AAP has failed to make an impact by failing to get an impressive tally even in its strongholds of Delhi and Haryana, where it was projected to fare better.
Among the regional leaders, AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa is expected to get the highest tally of around 31 seats in Tamil Nadu, as per the ORG prediction, while Mamata Banerjee-led TMC is expected to get around 20 seats in West Bengal. The Left is set to secure around 15 seats. BJD supremo Naveen Patnaik is projected to secure 15 seats in Odisha.
With all the projections giving more than 250 seats to the BJP-led NDA, BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi has all the reasons to heave a sigh of relief and relax till the counting day on May 16, as he is all set to march to South Block and be assured that he will not be compelled to sell tea, after the election results, what he had conveyed to the voters. With BJP marginally short of the 272+, it will not need the support of the likes of Jayalalithaa and Mamata Banerjee!