Assam the only solace and gift for Modi on completion of two years

Assam-the-only-solace-and-gPrime Minister Narendra Modi completes two years in office this 27th. It has a political significance. The results of elections for five state Assemblies will be out on 19th but as per the projections of Exit polls, Assam is going to be the only solace for the ruling party.

A saffron sunrise in Assam is expected as per the projections of almost all exit polls, riding on anti-incumbency wave.

After a dream run in 2014 and four assembly elections held subsequently viz n Maharashtra, Jharkhand, Haryana and Jammu and Kashmir assembly polls,  the BJP slipped in Delhi to an embarrassing low of just three MLAs. That was dismissed as an aberration. But, the loss in Bihar added to the lung power of the saffron party’s rivals, who were quick to proclaim that the “Modi wave” was losing its steam.

Electoral reversals in Gujarat civic election, by-elections for Uttar Pradesh assembly seats and some others did not help the matter either for the BJP.

If the BJP manages to defeat Congress in Assam, it will reinforce the perception that the ruling party still has an edge over the grand old party that struggles to revive its fortune. It will also help salvage the image of BJP chief Amit Shah as the master strategist who knows the art of winning difficult elections.

Assam

Party/Alliance

India Today-Axis

ABP Ananda

Times Now-CVoter

Chanakya

News Nation

Congress

26-33

33

41

27 (±7)

47-51

BJP+

79-93

81

57

90 (±9)

63-67

AIUDF

06-10

10

18

8 (±4)

7-11

Others

01-04

02

10

0 (±1)

0 (±1)

Total seats

126

126

126

126

126

Left cannot stop Mamata’s juggernaut?

No anti-incumbency appears to be working in West Bengal as the ruling TMC is all set to crush the Marxists again, as per the exit polls. Despite strong cadre, the leftists failed to win back people’s hearts. Mamata’s electoral strategies worked well, as per predictions.

West Bengal

Party/Alliance

ABP Ananda

Times Now-CVoter

India Today-Axis

Chanakya

News Nation

Trinamool Congress

163

167

233-253

210 (±14)

153

Left+Congress

126

120

38-51

70 (±9)

136

BJP

01

04

01-05

14 (±5)

00

Others

04

03

02-05

0 (±2)

03

Total seats

294

294

294

294

294

Tamil pulse still puzzling

Conflicting results have been projected in Tamil Nadu which is usually changes the parties in power for every election. DMK is widely seen as the comeback force whereas Jayalalitha is expected to bite the dust. But the exit poll results are divided.

Tamil Nadu

Party/Alliance

News Nation

India Today-Axis

Times Now-CVoter

Chanakya

AIADMK

95-99

89-101

139

90 (±9)

DMK+

114-118

124-140

78

140 (±11)

DMDK+

14

BJP+

04

00-03

00

00

Others

09

04-08

17

4 (±2)

Total seats

234

234

234

234

 

Kerala turns to Left again

Reverses in Bengal will be recovered in Kerala for the Marxists, according to exit poll results. Congress is set to lose power in the God’s own country as per projections.

Kerala

Party-Alliance

India Today-Axis

Times Now-CVoter

News Nation

Chanakya

LDF

88-101

78

67-71

75 (±9)

UDF

38-48

58

68-72

57 (±9)

BJP+

00-03

02

00-02

8 (±4)

Others

01-04

02

00

0 (±1)

Total seats

140

140

140

140

Puducherry

Party/Alliance

Times Now-CVoter

India Today-Axis

Congress+DMK

14

15-21

AINRC

09

08-12

AIADMK

05

01-04

BJP

00

00

Others

02

00-02

Total seats

30

30

 

Medaram Jathara

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