On Exit Poll, Every leader has different words

New Delhi : On Exit Poll for Jharkhand, Jharkhand BJP chief Babulal Marandi says, “We have had lead since the beginning…This time, we will win all 14 Parliamentary seats as well as the by-poll (in Gandey assembly seat)…” On INDIA Alliance’s claim of getting a minimum of 295 seats, he says, “They can say whatever they want. Let them celebrate for one day…”

Shiv Sena (UBT) leader Sanjay Raut says, “… This is a corporate game. If tomorrow we are in power and if we have a lot of money then we can also come up with whatever figure we want. INDIA alliance is going to form the government by winning 295-310 seats… In Maharashtra, we are going to win 35+ seats.”

On the exit polls, Madhya Pradesh Minister Kailash Vijayvargiya says, “On June 4, it will be known whether the exit polls have come from the public or from the BJP office…Opposition leaders have become nervous after seeing the exit polls.”

On Exit polls, Union Minister Giriraj Singh says, “The opposition did not try to understand the mood of the people… The faith and trust that the people of the country have expressed in Prime Minister Modi shows that the opposition no longer has any credibility in the country…”

On exit polls for #LokSabhaElections2024, Telangana Congress leader V Hanumantha Rao says, “Rahul Gandhi talks about the poor whereas if BJP comes to power, then only the rich will benefit from it…If the exit polls go wrong, the Congress party will secure a majority and Rahul Gandhi will become the Prime Minister…”

Pintso Namgyal Lepcha from the Sikkim Krantikari Morcha (SKM) wins from the Djongu Assembly constituency. He says, “I thank all the voters who supported me and made me win with a huge margin. I also thank my party president who gave me the ticket…”

On Exit Polls, RJD MP Manoj Jha says, “…PM didn’t speak on employment, he (Tejashwi Yadav) did. PM didn’t speak on socio-economic justice, he (Tejashwi Yadav) did. What did PM speak on? Buffaloes, Mangalsutra, Mujra. Despite all of that, if he becomes the PM yet again, I would suspect that my democracy is not as healthy as we think it is. So, I say that we should wait for 4th June…”

Former Haryana Minister & BJP leader Anil Vij says, “Exit polls show the trend, all have shown that BJP is going to form the govt, but all are differing in numbers, one exit poll is showing us crossing 400. We will tell the real numbers as we have fought the election… In Haryana, we will win all 10 seats.”

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