Jharkhand: Exit Polls Indicate JMM, Cong & RJD Alliance To Emerge Victorious
If this happens, then after Maharashtra, Jharkhand will be the second state where the BJP will lose power. According to the Times Now exit poll, while the BJP will get 28 seats, the JMM, Congress and RJD coalition will get 44 seats. Also, the Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (JVM) will get three seats and others will get six seats. In the ABP-C Voter exit poll, the BJP is likely to get 28-36 seats, while the JMM, Congress and RJD coalition could get 31-39 seats. Apart from this, All Jharkhand Students’ Union (AJSU) could get 3-7 seats, JVM could get 1-5 seats and others could get 4-8 seats. According to the India Today and Axis My India exit poll, the BJP is likely to get 22-32 seats. Apart from this, the JMM, Congress and RJD coalition could get 38-50 seats. Also, AJSU could get 5 seats, RJD could get 3-5 seats and JVM could get 2-4 seats. Others are expected to win 4-7 seats. Presently, there is a BJP government in Jharkhand and for a majority, 41 seats are needed in the 81-member assembly. Elections in Jharkhand were held in five phases and the results will be declared on Monday.
If the #exitpolls conducted by TV news channels come true then the ruling #BJP is set to lose power in #Jharkhand. #HemantSoren is now the front runner for the Chief Minister's post as the JMM-Congress coalition is projected to get the majority. pic.twitter.com/d6jBb8rVWc— GoNewsIndia (@GoNews_India) December 21, 2019