BJP’s thumping victory in Madhya Pradesh, predicts Today’s Chanakya

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According to Today’s Chanakya exit ballot, the NDA is anticipated to win all 29 Lok Sabha seats in the state.

In the Lok Sabha elections, Madhya Pradesh witnessed voting in the primary 4 phases for 29 Lok Sabha seats. The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) is aiming for a robust victory in the state, with numerous exit polls indicating a positive final result. According to a number of exit polls, the NDA is anticipated to safe a major variety of Lok Sabha seats, with some even suggesting a clear sweep.

For occasion, in keeping with Today’s Chanakya exit ballot, the NDA is anticipated to win all 29 Lok Sabha seats in the state. The My Axis exit ballot forecasts a dominant efficiency by the BJP, predicting a win of 28-29 seats, whereas projecting the Congress to safe solely 0-1 seats. Similarly, the News18 Mega Exit Poll estimates that the BJP could safe 25-26 seats.

Madhya Pradesh has traditionally been dominated by the BJP in phrases of political illustration. The state includes 29 Lok Sabha seats, encompassing each city and rural constituencies. The India Today-Axis My India ballot and India TV additionally counsel an analogous development, indicating a robust efficiency by the NDA with a win of 28-29 seats. Times Now ETG has gone a step additional, predicting a whole sweep for the NDA with all 29 seats.

In the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, the BJP secured 28 seats, whereas the Congress managed to win only one seat in Chhindwara, Madhya Pradesh.


Nilesh Desai
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