New Delhi: TMC chief Mamata Banerjee looks all set to retain power in West Bengal as 60% of the respondents did not want a change in the current government.
The NewsX-Today’s Chanakya Exit Poll data on West Bengal Assembly elections suggests 210 ± (+/ – 14) seats for Mamata-led Trinamool Congress. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) however, seems to be not making the desired impact in the state despite aggressive campaigning and the survey gives 14 (+/ – 5) seats to the party. The Left-Congress alliance in the state has been predicted to win 70 (+/- 9) seats in the state.
While other parties are expected to clinch 00(+/-2) seats in the elections.
First Published | 16 May 2016 7:37 PM
Web Title: Mamata Banerjee all set to rule the roost in West Bengal: NewsX-Today’s Chanakya exit poll
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