India will win more seats than NDA, BJP will get less than 250 seats, understand the maths of Yogendra Yadav

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi: Six phases of Lok Sabha election voting have been completed. Voting for the seventh and final phase will be held on June 1. Meanwhile, while BJP is claiming a 400-plus tally, opposition alliance Bharat is claiming its victory. The results of the Lok Sabha elections will be declared on June 4. A week before that, election analyst-turned-politician Yogendra Yadav has predicted that opposition alliance Bharat will win more seats than NDA.

'BJP will not get majority'
Sharing his final assessment before the election results, Yogendra Yadav said, “According to the current political situation, BJP is getting less than 250 seats. If in the last phase, BJP may get a final push from UP and Bihar. I see this possibility. In such a situation, NDA will not even get a majority. Because of this, India Block is likely to get more seats than NDA.”

Yogendra Yadav said, “In the last five phases of this Lok Sabha election, BJP has lost around 50 seats and in this sixth phase too, BJP may lose seats. On the basis of the situation so far, we can broadly say that BJP has come down below 272.”

Targeting PK's survey
Without naming political analyst Prashant Kishor, who had predicted the BJP's victory, Yadav said, “Surveys are being used to spread lies. The technical basis of these surveys is wrong.” Prashant Kishor had claimed that the BJP will perform better in the Lok Sabha elections than in 2019. He had said that even if the BJP gets fewer seats in the northern states, it will benefit in the southern and eastern states.

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