Lok Sabha Elections Exit Poll Live: Whose government will rule the country this time? See the exit poll results

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi: The noise of the elections held in seven phases for the 18th Lok Sabha has stopped today. In the last and seventh phase, votes were cast for 57 Lok Sabha seats, which also includes 13 seats from Uttar Pradesh. After waiting for three days, the results of the Lok Sabha elections will start being declared from 7 am on June 4. And with this it will be decided which coalition is going to form the new government in the country. However, before this, the exit poll results will be released today, in which a rough estimate will be made as to which way the election wind is blowing this time. The exit poll results of different agencies and news channels will be released at around 7 pm. Every information related to the exit poll will be released. live update For this keep watching presswire18 Times.com.Who is winning where in the exit polls, see the statistics of the states

  • Look at the exit polls of any government in Bihar
  • How many seats will BJP get in UP, exit poll
  • Rajasthan exit polls
  • Madhya Pradesh exit polls

BJP alone will win 370 seats

Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan said before the exit poll results, “Let the opposition speak for two-three days. What will they say after that, I will tell you – there was something wrong with the EVMs. BJP alone is going to win 370 seats and NDA is going to win more than 400 seats.”

The meeting of the constituent parties of the opposition alliance 'Bharat' has ended at the residence of Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge. In a press conference after this meeting, Mallikarjun Kharge said that the opposition alliance is going to win more than 295 seats in this election. At the same time, before the results of the exit poll of the Lok Sabha elections, Shiv Sena (UBT) MP Sanjay Raut has said that the Bharat alliance is winning the elections. He also said that Rahul Gandhi is the choice of the whole country for the post of Prime Minister.

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