ABP News Exit polls: BJP set to sweep HP, win Haryana; Congress to clinch Punjab
As per ABP News Exit poll, the Congress is likely to fare well in Punjab winning 8 out of the total 13 seats in the state. BJP is set to sweep the polls in Himachal Pradesh
ABP News carried out its Exit polls for the 2019 general elections, which gives the viewers an insight into how the results could pan out on the day of counting, based on how the voters across the nation have voted and how the parties have fared in the general elections.
As per ABP News Exit poll, the Congress is likely to fare well in Punjab winning 8 out of the total 13 seats in the state. The Bharatiya Janata Party is likely to clinch 3 seats.
BJP looks to be in the drivers seat in Haryana, clinching seven out of the ten seats in the northern Indian state. The Indian National Congress is likely to win three seats.
In the Himalyan state of Himachal Pradesh, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is expected to sweep the polls by winning all four seats in the state.
ABP Exit poll projections for LS polls in Haryana
Total Seats - 10
BJP likely to win - 7
Congress likely to win - 3
ABP Exit poll projections for LS polls in Punjab
Total Seats - 13
BJP likely to win - 5
Congress likely to win - 8
Aam Aadmi Party likely to win - 0
ABP Exit poll projections for LS polls in Himachal Pradesh
Total Seats - 4
BJP likely to win - 4
Congress likely to win - 4
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