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Bhaskar did an exit poll for what would be the likely outcome of Madhya Pradesh by-election. Accordingly, the BJP seems to get 14 to 16 seats. Congress can get 10 to 13 seats. A seat can go to the BSP account. BJP seems to be lagging behind in Chambal region. Here in the total 7 seats, the Congress is likely to get 4 to 6 seats, while the BJP is likely to get only 2 to 4 seats.
Gwalior region is the stronghold of Jyotiraditya Scindia, it has its eyes on the entire state. The match of equality is seen here. In the 9 seats here, the BJP-Congress seems to get 4 to 5 seats. BJP is looking ahead in Malwa.
Madhya Pradesh’s by-election matters because it has to decide the state’s power equation. Jyotiraditya Scindia’s reputation is at stake with Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, former Chief Minister Kamal Nath.
BJP will save the government
The exit poll signals that the BJP will be able to save the government. There is no possibility of Congress forming the government again. Political analysts believe that in the by-elections, usually the voters are more inclined towards the ruling party.
Indication of how many seats to get by region
|Area||Seat||B J P||Congress||other|
We will win as much bumper voting as in 28 seats: Shivraj Singh Chauhan
Despite Corona, BJP will have as much bumper victory as in 28 seats. The Congress is angry and is raising its finger on the EVMs. When the Congress won in 2018, when the EVM was right and now wrong. I am thrilled with the victory of democracy. Self-reliant Madhya Pradesh is our resolve. –Shivraj Singh Chauhan, Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh
Government will be made of people, I will not tell the number of seats: Kamal Nath
How many seats will we win, I will not go to the number. This election was of the public and the people have fought it. The government is set to be formed on 10 November. -Kamal Nath, former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh
How did this exit poll
With the help of print and digital reporters, Bhaskar reviewed 28 seats in Madhya Pradesh. Analyzed the voting trade. Concluded by talking to voters who voted and concluded.
46% people like Shivraj, 43% Kamal Nath
Exit poll of India Today-Axis My India on 28 seats of Madhya Pradesh says that BJP can win 16 to 18 seats, while Congress can get 10 to 12 seats. 46% people prefer Shivraj, while 43% want Kamal Nath to become CM again.