New Delhi: The exit polls in five States elections predicts that two for BJP, two for Congress and one for the regional parties. The BJP will get clear majority in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, Congress will get Chhattisgarh will get Telangana and the Mizoram will goes to MNP, the regional party of Mizoram.
The Congress will lose Rajasthan, the exit polls predicts that out of 199 constituencies the BJP will secure 106 seats the Congress will retain 80 seats and the remaining seats will be secured by others.
In Madhya Pradesh, Chief Minister Shivaraj Singh Chauhan of BJP will retain the power in the State by securing 119 seats out of 230 seats. The Congress will get 106 seats and the remaining seats will be secured by others.
In Telangana the BRS Chief KCR will facing trouble in retaining the power for the consecutive third term. He is facing anti-incumbency a lot. The Congress will surge in Telangana to form the Government with clear majority by securing nearly 63 to 68 seats. The BJP will get 6 to 7 seats and AIMIM will get 5 to 7 seats and others 1 or 2 seats. The ruling BRS may retain 40 to 55 seats as per the exit polls prediction.
In Mizoram, an aggregate of six exit polls indicate a hung house. Two exit polls predict the BJP-MNF’s ruling alliance have a slim chance of victory. Only one predicts a sweep for the new party Zoram People’s Movement (ZPM).
An aggregate of nine exit polls on Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel will retain his power for the second term for the Congress. The number of seats allotted to the party has been within the margin of early 40s to mid-50s. The majority mark in the 90-seat state stands at 46.