The Exit polls that came out on Friday, predicted that there can be a neck to neck fight between Congress and BJP in Madhya Pradesh.
New Delhi| Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has expressed confidence that BJP will form the government once again. He was talking to reporters ahead of the December 11 election results day.
The polling for the remaining two states-Rajasthan and Telangana, of the five states scheduled for the assembly polls this year, concluded on Friday. The opinion polls had earlier predicted that Congress may return to power in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh owing to the huge anti-incumbency against the current BJP governments in the states. The Exit polls that came out on Friday, predicted that there can be a neck to neck fight between the two parties in Madhya Pradesh.
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Talking about the exit polls, Shivraj Chauhan said that there cannot be any biggest surveyor than himself. He said, “There cannot be a surveyor bigger than me, someone, who is among the people day in and day out. Therefore I am saying this confidently that BJP will form the govt.” He further said that it is important for people, poor, farmers, children & women.
The Madhya Pradesh BJP government is bracing the anti-incumbency of 15 years along with farm and rural distress and unemployment issues in the state.