Lok Sabha Election / Sonia Gandhi's reaction on exit poll came for the first time, she said- we are just waiting...

Vikrant Shekhawat : Jun 03, 2024, 03:20 PM
Lok Sabha Election: The Lok Sabha elections 2024 have been completed. The result will be announced by the Election Commission after the counting of votes on June 4. The NDA led by PM Modi is claiming its victory. At the same time, the Indi Alliance of opposition parties is also saying that they will get a majority. However, most exit polls are showing that the BJP-led NDA is going to form the government at the Center once again with a huge majority. Now former Congress President Sonia Gandhi's statement has come out regarding the exit poll. Let us know what she has said.

What does the I.N.D.I.A block expect?

The I.N.D.I.A block has also shared its figures with the media in a press conference. In its figures, the I.N.D.I.A block had claimed that they are going to get at least 295 seats. The maximum seats India Block was said to get 40-40 from Uttar Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.

What did Sonia Gandhi say

Congress leader Sonia Gandhi was questioned about the election results and exit polls coming tomorrow. She said that we have to wait. Just wait and see. Sonia Gandhi further said that we are hopeful that the election results will be completely opposite to what the exit polls are saying.

How many seats for BJP in exit poll?

According to exit poll estimates, the NDA (National Democratic Alliance) led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi can win 371 to 401 seats out of the total 543 Lok Sabha seats. BJP alone is expected to get 319 to 338 seats. If this happens, the NDA can reach almost three-fourth majority in Parliament.

How many seats for opposition parties?

According to exit poll estimates, the opposition alliance India Block can get 109 to 139 seats in the result of Lok Sabha elections 2024, while independents and others can get 28 to 38 seats. Talking about vote share, NDA can get 46 percent votes and INDIA can get 40 percent votes. Party wise, BJP can get 41 percent votes, Congress can get 21 percent votes and others can get 38 percent votes.