Five exit polls predicted victory for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the 2019 Maharashtra Assembly Elections. The leading exit polls gave clear majority to the BJP-Shiv Sena combine.The India Today-Axis exit poll predicted 166-194 seats for the BJP-Shiv Sena combine. The Congress-Nationalist Congress Party is projected to win 71-90 seats.The Times Now channel exit poll projected 230 seats for the Mahayuti (BJP-Shiv Sena).The ABP news exit poll predicts 204 seats for the BJP-Shiv Sena alliance. The NCP-Congress alliance is predicted to win 69 seats.The News18-IPSOS predicts 243 seats for the BJP-Shiv Sena alliance. Whereas, the Opposition Congress-NCP is expected to get 41 seats. Other parties and independent candidates are predicted to get 4 seats, according to the exit poll held by the agency.

Five exit polls predicted victory for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the 2019 Maharashtra Assembly Elections. The leading exit polls gave clear majority to the BJP-Shiv Sena combine.The India Today-Axis exit poll predicted 166-194 seats for the BJP-Shiv Sena combine. The Congress-Nationalist Congress Party is projected to win 71-90 seats.The Times Now channel exit poll projected 230 seats for the Mahayuti (BJP-Shiv Sena).The ABP news exit poll predicts 204 seats for the BJP-Shiv Sena alliance. The NCP-Congress alliance is predicted to win 69 seats.The News18-IPSOS predicts 243 seats for the BJP-Shiv Sena alliance. Whereas, the Opposition Congress-NCP is expected to get 41 seats. Other parties and independent candidates are predicted to get 4 seats, according to the exit poll held by the agency.

According to the Times Now Exit Poll survey Bharatiya Janata Party-Shiv Sena combine would win across 230 seats, while Congress-Nationalist Congress Party tally stands at 48 seats. However, other parties might have to satsify with 10 seats. The vote share of BJP-Shiv Sena stands at 54.20%, Congress-NCP stands at 29.40% and Others stand at 16.40%.

According to the TV9 Marathi CICERO Exit Poll survey Bharatiya Janata Party would win between 123 seats, while its ally Shiv Sena might win between 74 seats. While for the Congress, the seats might vary from 40 and for its ally Nationalist Congress Party stands at 35 seats. However, other parties might have to satify with 16 seats.

According to the India Today - My Axis Exit Poll survey Bharatiya Janata Party would win between 109-124 seats, while its ally Shiv Sena might win between 57-70 seats. While for the Congress- NCP combine, the seats might vary from 72-90. However, other parties might have to satify with 22-32 seats.

The Republic-Jan ki Baat agency has predicted 135-142 seats for the BJP in their exit poll. The Shiv Sena is predicted to win 81-88 seats. Congress is predicted to get 20-24 seats. The NCP is predicted to win 30-35 seats. Others are expected to get 8-12 seats.

The News18-IPSOS predicts 243 seats for the BJP-Shiv Sena alliance. Whereas, the Opposition Congress-NCP is expected to get 41 seats. Other parties and independent candidates are predicted to get 4 seats, according to the exit poll held by the agency.

The exit poll results for Maharashtra are out. ABP News-CVoter predicts 204 seats for the BJP-Shiv Sena alliance. The Congress-NCP alliance are predicted to get 69 seats. The BJP-Shiv Sena alliance are expected to fetch 46 percent votes. The Congress-NCP combine 37 percent and others 17 percent votes.

Mumbai, October 21: The state of Maharashtra went to polls for the assembly elections 2019 on October 21, Monday. Voting took place for all the 288 seats for the Maharashtra Assembly. The exit polls for the Maharashtra Assembly Elections 2019 are out. The incumbent Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) fought on 164 seats out of the total 288 seats. The Shiv Sena contested on 126 seats. On the other hand, the Congress fielded 147 candidates and ally NCP 121. In 2014 elections, BJP won 122 seats, Sena 63, Congress 42 and the NCP 41.

In Maharashtra, where the ‘Mahayuti’ alliance of BJP, Shiv Sena and smaller parties is against the ‘Maha-agadhi’ led by the Congress and the NCP, a total of 8,98,39,600 people, including 4,28,43,635 women, are eligible to vote. As many as 3,237 candidates, including 235 women, are contesting in 288 seats and 96,661 polling booths are in place with 6.5 lakh staff for the voting exercise.

Polling is also being held in the by-election to 51 Assembly seats and two Lok Sabha constituencies spread across 18 states.

If the scrapping of the special status of Jammu and Kashmir under Article 370 was the pivot of BJP’s poll campaign, the Congress-NCP camp raised issues of economic slowdown and joblessness. The lacklustre canvassing by the Opposition was evident from the fact that Congress-NCP alliance — the principal opposition formation in the contest — not holding a single joint rally.

Prominent candidates in the fray are Chief Minister Fadnavis and his predecessors from Congress, Ashok Chavan, who is in fray from Bhokar in Nanded district, and Prithviraj Chavan seeking re-election from Karad South in Satara district. Yuva Sena chief Aaditya Thackeray, son of Uddhav Thackeray, is contesting from Worli in Mumbai. The 29-year-old is the first from the Thackeray family to make debut in electoral politics.