Exit Polls Forecast Third Term for Modi; BJP Poised to Make Gains in Kerala

Exit poll results have projected that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will secure a third consecutive term in office. Various exit polls suggest that the NDA alliance will win over 350 seats, with the India Today-Axis My India survey indicating the alliance will clinch 359 seats. Meanwhile, the opposition INDIA alliance is predicted to secure 154 seats. The exit polls, released after the final phase of voting for the Lok Sabha elections, point to a significant victory for the BJP, which aimed to surpass 400 seats but is likely to comfortably win more than 350 seats.

The exit polls highlight strong performances by the BJP in key states like Karnataka, Maharashtra, West Bengal, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, and Gujarat. Uttar Pradesh is also expected to favor the NDA significantly. In West Bengal, the BJP is anticipated to outshine the Trinamool Congress, becoming the state’s largest single party. In Delhi, the BJP is projected to retain all seven seats, overpowering the Congress-AAP alliance. According to surveys by Republic TV and Zee Poll, the NDA is set to win between 353 to 359 seats, solidifying its dominant position.

Notably, in Kerala, the BJP is expected to make a breakthrough by winning its first seat in the state. According to ABP News, the NDA is predicted to win between one and three seats in Kerala, with BJP candidate Suresh Gopi likely to secure a victory in Thrissur. Other surveys, including those from Times Now and India Today-Axis My India, also predict at least one seat for the NDA in Kerala, with the UDF predicted to dominate the state. These results indicate a historic moment for the BJP in Kerala, potentially establishing a new political dynamic in the state.

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