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Exit Polls show BJP sweeping MP, Rajasthan, and Chhattisgarh despite Congress win in assembly election of the 3 states

Most exit polls are suggesting that the NDA might be able to win more than 272 seats required to form a government at the centre.

As the last phase of the Lok Sabha elections has come to an end, the exit polls have started to trickle in. Most exit polls are suggesting that the NDA might be able to win more than 272 seats required to form a government at the centre.

According to India Today-Axis Exit Poll, BJP has significantly regained the losses it incurred in the states of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhatisgarh in assembly elections. The exit poll has suggested that reversing its losses in the Vidhan Sabha elections in these 3 states, BJP has scored massive victories.

Out of the 29 Lok Sabha seats in Madhya Pradesh, BJP is all set to win 26-28 seats, while Congress is reduced to winning 1-3 seats. In the state of Chhattisgarh, in which Congress comfortably secured a majority in the Vidhan Sabha elections in 2018, BJP is poised to win 7-8 seats while Congress is pegged to win 1-3 seats out of the total 11 Lok Sabha seats. In Rajasthan too, BJP has shown a stellar performance with BJP set to score 23-25 seats out of the total 25 seats.

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