In Assam, The BJP is dealing with the mixed problem of eight events together with the Congress and the AIUDF
Assam Exit Poll Results 2021: The much-anticipated exit ballot outcomes for 126 Assembly seats in Assam, which had gone to polls in three phases on 27 March, 1 and 6 April, shall be introduced on Thursday after 7.30 pm.
The BJP is dealing with the mixed problem of eight events together with the Congress and the AIUDF.
The BJP and its allies AGP and UPPL contested 92 seats, 26 seats, and eight seats, respectively, whereas on the opposite aspect the Congress claimed 94 seats for itself, AIUDF as allotted 14, Bodoland People’s Front acquired 12, and Communist Party of India (Marxist) acquired two seats.
The Rupun Sarma-led Communist Party of India (Marxist–Leninist) Liberation, Ajit Kumar Buyan’s Anchalik Gana Morcha, and RJD contested a seat every.
Union minister Jitendra Singh earlier exuded confidence that the BJP will return to energy within the state for the second consecutive time period, saying excessive voter turnout displays pro-incumbency.
“When the results are declared on 2 May, Assam is going to send out a message loud and clear, which is going to echo across the country,” stated Singh, the Minister of State within the Prime Minister’s Office. He stated that in every of the three phases of polling, the voter turnout was constantly round 80 p.c and it is a “pro-incumbency” vote.
“The BJP will retain Assam for the second consecutive time. Votes cast in the polls are pro-incumbency and will help the BJP only,” he added.
Results for the Assam Assembly Election 2021 shall be declared on Sunday (2 May) together with that of West Bengal, Tamil Nadu and Kerala apart from the Union Territory of Puducherry.
With inputs from PTI