Election 2019

What Uttar Pradesh was in 2014, Bengal will be in 2019 for BJP: Ram Madhav

New Delhi | Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) general secretary Ram Madhav today said the opposition parties failed to form a grand alliance even in a single state before the polls similarly it will fail after the results also.

Speaking to news agency ANI, Ram Madhav said, “Mahagathbandhan had failed even before the election began, many parties tried to create a mahagathbandhan but failed to do so in even a single state. Post polling, they tried again but what couldn’t happen before the poll, I don’t think will happen after the poll.”

Speaking on the party’s performance in West Bengal, Madhav said,” Bengal will surprise all the pollsters, we are hoping to do extremely well there. Everyone has seen the tremendous outpouring of support for PM Modi & BJP in Bengal. What Uttar Pradesh was in 2014, Bengal will be in 2019.”

Most exit polls on Sunday forecast another term for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, with some of them projecting that BJP-led NDA will get more than 300 seats to comfortably cross the majority mark of 272 in the Lok Sabha.

Exit polls were, however, divided in their prediction for the politically most crucial state of Uttar Pradesh with some like ABP-Nielsen saying that the BJP’s tally may fall to 22 from 71 while a few others like New 18-Ipsos and News 24-Chanakya tipping its tally over 60 seats.

The saffron party appeared to make major gains in eastern states of West Bengal and Odisha.

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