'Why are you making me talk to a sinner'… when Pawan Khera misbehaved with an election expert in a live TV debate

Ananya Shroff
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'Why are you making me talk to a sinner'… when Pawan Khera misbehaved with an election expert in a live TV debate


New Delhi: The results of the Lok Sabha elections have come out in front of the country. The Congress and India alliance have performed brilliantly. However, there has been a significant decline in the seats of BJP. But only BJP-NDA is in a position to form the government. Meanwhile, the anger of the opposition parties regarding the results of the exit polls is not subsiding. Actually, in the results of the exit polls, BJP was estimated to get more than 350 seats. Today, in a live TV debate, senior Congress leader and spokesperson Pawan Khera vented his anger on Axis My India Chairman and MD Pradeep Gupta regarding the exit polls. While speaking, Kheda started misbehaving with Gupta. Kheda first told Pradeep Gupta that your exit polls have failed, you were crying on the channel, it was bad to see this. After this, Kheda suddenly got angry at Pradeep Gupta and started saying that 'You have murdered democracy by keeping a smile on your face. You have not committed any crime, you have committed a sin.' When the anchor asked Pradeep Gupta to answer Kheda's questions, Kheda got angry and said, 'Don't make me talk to Papi, keep me away from this person, this person has played a game in connivance with the corporates. Because of this many people lost their money in the stock market.' Pradeep Gupta kept listening to everything with a smile on his face.

What is the matter?

According to the estimates made by Axis My India in its survey for the country's 543 Lok Sabha seats, this time NDA can get 361 to 401 seats. Whereas, Bharat Gathbandhan has been estimated to get 131 to 166 seats. This survey says that others can get 8 to 20 seats. All opposition parties including Congress have rejected this exit poll.


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