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Times Now Election News

The Times Now survey: Roman Singh can hit anti-Incumbency, BJP to gain Chatti Garh votes October 8, New Delhi: The BJP Chhattisgarh administration headed by Raman Singh may just be able to defeat anti-incumbency and gain the forthcoming parliamentary election by winning 47 out of 90 places, the Times Now-Warroom Strategies poll predicts. The BJP can gain 47 votes in the 2018 parliamentary election in Chhattisgarh, while Congress is expected to gain 33 votes.

Others can get 10 places. The BJP won 49 votes in the 2013 Chhattisgarh election and 39 votes in Congress. Thus, both Congress and BJP are likely to get fewer seatings than in 2013. Speaking about their Chief Minister election, 55 percent of those questioned said Raman Singh of BJP; 10 percent - Janata Congress Chhattisgarh (Jogi)'s Ajit Jogi; 15 percent - Congress' TS Singh Deo; 8 percent - Congress' Bhupesh Baghel; 5 percent - BJP' Saroj Pandey.

Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Telangana and Mizoram are considered the semi-finals before the Lok Sabha 2019 election. However, it has to be seen whether the patterns emerging in the state parliamentary election will affect the parliamentary election or not. Parliamentary voting will be conducted on the basis of voter themes at grassroots level, while parliamentary voting is likely to be conducted on the basis of the weight of nationality.

The other thing is that Prime Minister Modi has not yet begun to run in Chhattisgarh, and given his appeal, things may start to go wrong once he reaches the path of the campaig. Receive immediate messages all the time.

Election of the assembly in Gujarat in 2017: Now Times-VMR finish inquiry questionnaire inquiry questioning

Time Now VMR inquiry projected BJP to gain 113 and Congress 66 places. A two-stage election for the 182-strong Gujarat Assembly is over. Questionnaires experts have now taken to the streets to predict whether the Bharatiya Janata will receive a fifth consecutive tenure in the home state of Prime Minister Narendra Modi or whether the congressional leader Rhul Gandhi will see the elections revived.

Times Now's AMR resignation survey shows that the BJP, which has ruled Gujarat for 22 years, is hardly confronted with any problems.... Please note: The unsubscription is automatically extended, you can terminate it at any moment and without further inquiry. Unrestricted accessibility to all contents on any devices via browsers or apps.

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