The culmination of voting in the elections across five states marked a crucial political juncture, with NDTV’s Poll of Polls offering insightful predictions.
Telangana’s 119 seats saw a dynamic battle, with the BJP poised for a majority victory in Madhya Pradesh, as indicated by the polls. Conversely, Telangana appeared to be tilting towards the Congress, potentially securing a majority. The Mizoram scenario, according to the Poll of Exit Polls, anticipated a closely contest between Mizo National Front (MNF) and Zoram People’s Movement (ZPM).
Chhattisgarh emerged as a stronghold for the Congress, heightening expectations for the party’s success in this electoral round. In Telangana, a three-way tussle ensued among the ruling BRS party, the BJP, and the Congress, with Prime Minister Modi actively campaigning to establish a BJP-led government in the southern state.
Rajasthan witnessed voting on 199 out of 200 seats, with Congress aspiring to break the 30-year-old jinx and reclaim power, while the BJP focused on leveraging an “anti-incumbency” wave. In Madhya Pradesh, Shivraj Singh Chouhan expressed confidence in securing his fifth term as the head of the government.
According to NDTV’s Poll of Polls painted a picture of the potential outcomes. It projected a BJP triumph in Madhya Pradesh with 124 seats, leaving the Congress with 102. In Telangana, the Congress seemed poised to form the government with an anticipated 62 seats, while the ruling BRS party might secure 44.
Rajasthan was predicted to witness the continuation of a 30-year trend, with the BJP expected to comfortably secure 104 seats, while the Congress-led alliance might secure 85 seats but lose its grip on power. Mizoram faced the prospect of a hung assembly, with the MNF potentially securing 14 seats, ZPM with 17, and the Congress projected to win 7.
Chhattisgarh was forecasted to be a Congress stronghold, with the BJP settling at 38 seats according to the NDTV Poll of Polls. The electoral landscape appeared dynamic and poised for potential political shifts across these states.
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