ABP Exit Poll: With the exit poll of all the channels, a question started echoing in everyone's mind that now Nitish Kumar will not be able to sit on the CM's chair again? These questions are arising because in the exit poll, not only the seats of JDU are getting reduced but it is also seen getting less seats from BJP. However, exit polls of many channels do not show any party or coalition getting a majority, but in the figures that have come out, where RJD is emerging as the largest party by seats, BJP can become the second largest party. . JDU may become the third major party. In such a situation, the experts clearly say that in the situation that is happening, it is very difficult for Nitish to become CM.
In fact, the exit poll seems unlikely to fulfill Nitish Kumar's hope of returning to power in Bihar, and the public seems to like the shouting of Tejashwi Yadav in the election meetings. In the exit poll of almost all the channels, the grand alliance has been projected to hold the power of Bihar. Even in the exit poll of ABP News, where the NDA is getting 128 seats, the Grand Alliance is getting 131 seats.
Nitish Kumar's 'last election' bets didn't work
Nitish Kumar had said that this election would be his last election and through this emotional card he wanted to gain maximum support from the people, but it is clear from the exit poll data that his bet has not been able to run.
Public appeared to trust Tejaswi's promises
In the exit poll conducted by all the news channels, the picture seems to be clear that this time the voters in Bihar elections have made up their mind to bring change. The public is seen trusting Tejashwi's promise of 10 lakh jobs, it can be said. This can also happen because out of 7.30 crore voters in Bihar elections, this time there are about 78 lakh young voters who are exercising their voting rights for the first time.
NDA has different mood on public's strength
In the election season of Bihar, the current ruling coalition NDA (National Democratic Alliance) has given full power to regain power and Nitish Kumar's JDU has 110 seats in 115 seats, BJP 11 in development and Jitan Ram Manjhi's Hum ( Hindustani Awam Morcha) fielded candidates for 7 seats, although the exit poll data shows that while JDU has reduced its votes, BJP is also seen losing some seats.
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