The BJP is unable to belief the exit ballot on Saturday for the Delhi Assembly elections. On exit polls displaying Arvind Kejriwal's landslide victory within the election, he says that this isn’t correct.
BJP leaders churn on the outcomes
BJP MP Meenakshi Lekhi has stated that we now have been holding evaluate conferences daily. We reviewed our place in evaluate conferences. Analyzed the knowledge acquired from the grassroots employees and tried to grasp the impression of their weaknesses. Exit ballot was additionally discussed. Exit polls should not correct the way in which our scenario is. Senior BJP leaders and Union Home Minister Amit Shah had an in depth dialogue after the vote. <! –
Meenakshi stated – Shortcomings in exit ballot
Meenakshi Lekhi stated that within the exit ballot, two polling cubicles of every meeting constituency had been analyzed. They estimated solely 0.12–0.15 per cent of the 13,000 cubicles. This estimate can be as much as four-five o'clock within the night. During this era, all of the cubicles had solely 11-15 % polling. Whereas our voter reaches the cubicles after midnight to vote. Therefore, an estimate of the pattern of those voters isn’t included in exit polls.
BJP will come to energy – Javadekar
BJP MP says BJP will do effectively. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is dropping his seat. Supporting Lekhi's assertion, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar stated that the BJP will wait until the precise ballot outcomes are out. He burdened that BJP is coming to energy. He stated there could be an enormous distinction between exit polls and outcomes. He will wait until the outcomes are out. In the Lok Sabha elections held in May final yr additionally, the exit polls didn’t estimate.
Survey will show to be mistaken: Tiwari
The Union Minister stated that we now have seen the bottom scenario. We have gotten an excellent response from the voters. BJP will win the election. Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari additionally stated that when the outcomes come, exit polls will show to be mistaken. Exit polls launched after the completion of voting for the Delhi elections on Saturday indicated that the ruling Aam Aadmi Party might win. It is anticipated to get a majority of two-thirds.