Prakash Javadekar Said – There Will Be A Big Difference In Results

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Prakash Javadekar: Voting was held on Saturday for the Delhi Assembly elections and now everyone is waiting for the election results. However, according to the exit poll, the Aam Aadmi Party has claimed a strong majority in the Delhi Assembly elections. According to exit polls from India Today and Axis My India, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is expected to win 59 to 68 seats in Delhi and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) only 2 to 11 seats.

Prakash Javadekar Said

In this way, the BJP does not appear to turn the dice even after throwing all its strength in the campaign for the Delhi Assembly elections. Apart from this, in the exit poll, like the last time of the Congress party, this time also it has said not to win a single seat. However, the exit poll questioned by the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Congress Party.

Union Information Broadcasting Minister and Bharatiya Janata Party leader Prakash Javadekar said, “There will be a big difference between exit polls and election results. We will wait for the results of the election. Exit polls have proved wrong before, we believe only on the exact election results. We have seen the ground reality and we have got a good response. An exit poll is evolving science.

With this, BJP MP Pravesh Verma said, ‘We have seen in many elections that exit polls have been proved wrong. This time also the exit polls will prove wrong. Apart from this, Delhi Congress President Subhash Chopra said, ‘This time all exit polls are going to prove wrong. BJP will not get even 20 seats in Delhi Assembly elections and Arvind Kejriwal is not forming a government in Delhi. I hope that the Congress party is going to do better than the claims being made in the exit poll. Now we are waiting for the election results. Prakash Javadekar.

How Was The Exit Poll Survey Done?

India Today-Axis My India interacted with people in all 70 Delhi assemblies. The sample size during this period was 14,011. In this, 66 percent of men and 34 percent of women interviewed. Among those who interviewed during the poll, 16 percent aged between 18-25 years, while 29 percent aged between 26-35. 36 percent aged between 36-50 years. At the same time, people aged 51-60 years 12 percent and those above 61 years 7 percent.