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BJP and Aam Aadmi Party are on the verge of big victory

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Votes are being counted for the Assembly elections in five Indian states and it is clear from the trend so far that the BJP is returning to Uttar Pradesh with a majority. In Punjab, the Aam Aadmi Party is heading for a landslide victory. As per the trend so far, the BJP is likely to get 270 seats in Uttar Pradesh. This time at least 50 seats less than last time. On the other hand, the Samajwadi Party has performed better than last time and is leading in 120 seats. The situation of BSP, Congress and other parties in the state is looking very bad. Congress is leading in 1 seat and BSP in only 2 seats. However, these are just trends and may change their situation in the future. In the era of Corona epidemic, due to rising unemployment and poor management, as well as farmers’ dissatisfaction, there was speculation of a change of power in Uttar Pradesh, but it seems that the people of Uttar Pradesh have decided to give free food grains and have improved. Efforts have been made to address the law and order situation.

Exit polls: Aam Aadmi Party’s big win in Punjab and BJP’s return to UP Samajwadi Party has given much impetus this time around and it was thought that there would be tough competition or Akhilesh Yadav could return as Chief Minister. However, these expectations have so far been dashed by the trend. The situation of the Samajwadi Party has improved a lot compared to last time, but the majority seems to be in favor of the BJP. This is the first time in the last three decades that a ruling party will return to power in Uttar Pradesh after completing five years. In Punjab, AAP’s Parcham Aam Aadmi Party has brought big changes in Punjab and wiped out the opposition. The party is leading in more than 90 seats in the 117-member Punjab Assembly. The ruling Congress party is currently leading with only 17 seats and is losing 60 seats compared to last time. The Akali Dal is leading in seven seats and the BJP is leading in one seat. Punjab is the second state after Delhi where the Aam Aadmi Party is heading for a landslide victory.

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Exit polls suggest exit polls suggest victory The party has fielded MP Bhagwant Manak as its chief ministerial candidate. Amarinder Singh’s party, which has left the Congress, did not show any surprises and Amarinder Singh himself lost the election. Incumbent Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi is currently trailing in both the constituencies. BJP in Uttarakhand The ruling BJP in Uttarakhand, Manipur and Goa is on its way back to power. According to the trends so far, he is leading in 47 out of 70 seats in Uttarakhand. Although it lost 10 seats compared to last time, it is much more than the 36 seats required to form a government. Opposition Congress is leading in 20 seats and is likely to win 9 seats. The BSP is leading in one seat in the state.

Read more: Why environment has become an issue in Manipur’s election manifesto? Goa and Manipur Goa has a BJP government and the BJP is currently leading in 19 seats in the 40-member assembly. Congress candidates are leading in 12 seats, Trinamool Congress in 3 seats and Aam Aadmi Party in 3 seats. It seems that the BJP will again throw a majority to form the government on the basis of fraud. The BJP is leading in 28 of the 60 assembly seats in Manipur. It is expected that this time there will be an advantage of 6 seats as compared to last time. Here Congress and NPP are leading in 9-9 seats. Besides, JDU is in a strong position in four seats. NR / SM (DPA, AFP).

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