Congress may come back in power, say voters of Raipur | Chhattisgarh Election

08 Dec 2018 11:09 AM

Congress may come back in power, say voters of Raipur | Chhattisgarh Election

Updated 08 Dec 2018 11:09 AM

The BJP under the stewardship of incumbent Chief Minister Raman Singh looks set for a fourth successive term in Chhattisgarh despite fairly strong anti-incumbency sentiments. In ABP News Exit Poll, based on Lokniti-CSDS survey, with 37% estimated vote share and 35 seats, Congress is predicted to trail behind BJP which emerged stronger with 42%  votes and 52 seats. The JCC-BSP alliance remains third with 12% votes and only three seats in the assembly.

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