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Exit Polls Forecast BJP’s Historic Third Term Victory, Congress Criticizes Results as ‘Modi Media Poll’

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Exit polls from various sources indicate a strong likelihood of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) securing a historic third term in the Lok Sabha elections. Most exit polls suggest that the NDA could secure over 350 seats, with some even predicting a staggering 400-seat mark.

If these predictions hold, PM Modi would join Jawaharlal Nehru as the only Prime Minister to retain power for a third consecutive term.

Exit polls suggest that the INDIA bloc is likely to fall far short of the 285-seat prediction made by Congress chief Mallikarjun Kharge, with most forecasts indicating less than 150 seats for the opposition.

Some exit polls suggest gains for the BJP in the South. There’s anticipation that the BJP may secure its first Lok Sabha seat in Kerala and increase its vote share in several southern states, including Kerala, where it could secure 27% of the vote share.

In West Bengal, exit polls signal gains for the BJP, disrupting the ruling TMC’s winning streak. The BJP is expected to increase its 2019 tally from 18 seats to 22 seats, while Mamata Banerjee’s TMC might be limited to just 19 out of 42 seats.

The alliance between Arvind Kejriwal’s AAP and Congress failed to sway voters in the national capital, with the BJP predicted to sweep all 7 seats in New Delhi.

Moreover, in the crucial Hindi heartland, the BJP-led NDA is projected to win around 70 out of the 80 seats in Uttar Pradesh, maintaining its dominance in the region.

Rahul Gandhi sarcastically referred to the exit polls as “Modi polls” and dismissed the predictions, hinting at a popular song in his comment.

“It is not an exit poll, it is Modi media poll. It is his fantasy poll,” he said while speaking to reporters.

Prime Minister Modi took a dig at the opposition INDIA bloc in light of the exit poll results, suggesting that their target of “400 paar” might not be achievable.

It’s essential to note that these exit polls are based on surveys and trends, and actual results may vary on the day of counting, scheduled for June 4. Stay tuned for the official results.

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