In the period between the exit poll estimates in West Bengal and the actual results coming, political parties are busy strengthening their respective camps. If the Trinamool Congress is expected to sabotage and influence counting, the BJP is expected to get more seats than the exit poll estimates. However, internally, the two camps are also trying to break into each other.
After West Bengal’s high voltage election campaign and heavy turnout, all eyes are now on the results. Exit poll projections, which came after the last round of voting on Thursday, have further increased the electoral stimulus, hinting at a tough contest. Both the BJP and the Trinamool Congress are standing around forming the government and speculation and speculation are ongoing about who will win the victory.
Mamta gave advice to the candidates
Meanwhile, Trinamool Congress leader Mamata Banerjee has reviewed the post-poll situation through a virtual meeting. Mamta Banerjee has also advised her workers to be completely careful during the counting of votes and feared that there might be disturbances. He said that no candidate or agent should eat or give cigarette to anyone. No one has to leave the counting center. Although Mamata Banerjee’s statement about North Bengal is important, she said that there the party might remain somewhat weak.
Discussion of BJP’s Plan-B also
The BJP, on the other hand, is excited by the exit poll estimates and its leaders are claiming even more seats. According to sources, the BJP is also preparing for all kinds of situations after the results, in which there is a discussion of Plan B if there is some shortage. Under this, some leaders of the opposing camp who wanted to come with the BJP before the election but could not come together for some reason, can now come with it. Sources say that the way the BJP has repeatedly given a setback to the Trinamool Congress in the last five years, it can continue even after the results. But it will depend on how many seats are on whose side.
Trinamool also wants to help old allies
However, in this case, the BJP can get more benefit, because the internal dissatisfaction of the Trinamool Congress is reflected somewhere during the election, while the BJP is a growing party in the state and does not have such problems. Mamata Banerjee is afraid of the BJP’s possible Plan B, in which its elected representatives are feared to be changed. However, the Trinamool Congress is also trying to get in touch with its old leaders who went with the BJP. Significantly, last year the ruling Congress in Madhya Pradesh was also shocked by the change of its own elected MLAs that the government had changed in the state. This fear has been sitting in the anti-BJP parties ever since.