Exit Poll suggests 'Congress Ke Acche Din'| ABP Exit Poll

07 Dec 2018 10:09 PM

Exit Poll suggests 'Congress Ke Acche Din'| ABP Exit Poll

Updated 07 Dec 2018 10:09 PM

Before the votes will be counted officially for the five states where assembly elections took place, ABP News and Lokniti CSDS brings to you the most accurate results that will give you a clear indication of who will emerge victorious in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and Chhattisgarh. 
The exit poll of Madhya Pradesh has revealed that the central state may slip out of BJP's hands where it had been in power for 15 long years. Congress is pegged to win 126 seats while the BJP may get only 94 out of 230. Other parties are tipped to win 10 seats. The magic-figure to reach in the 200-seat Assembly is 101. In the 90-seat assembly in Chhattisgarh, Raman Singh-led BJP government will return to power with 52 seats. According to the exit poll, Congress is tipped to win 35 seats. Others in fray are seen getting 3 seats. BJP has lost Rajasthan from its grip, says the exit poll as it is predicted to grab 83 seats, 18 short of the Congress' figure of 101. 


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