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RSS-BJP survey predicts it'll win both Goa seats

 

A survey conducted by RSS-BJP workers at booth level has favoured both the seats of Goa for the BJP.

A report, published in the regard by rediff.com, reveals that the BJP would get 226 seats for the BJP and 259 seats for the NDA.

“This is quite an underestimated survey, based on the voters tick marked by our cadres at the booth level. It does not contain unknown voters”, said chief minister Manohar Parrikar while commenting on this report.

He also said their internal estimate is also synonymous to the exit polls where the NDA crosses the 272 mark, the magic figure required to form the union government.

The rediff.com report, by Sheela Bhatt, also provides a table of BJP seats (not NDA) as follows:

State

No. of seats

Uttar Pradesh

45

Bihar

18

Gujarat

21

Madhya Pradesh

22

Rajasthan

21

Karnataka

15

Haryana

6

Chhattisgarh

9

Jharkhand

9

Maharashtra

18

West Bengal

3

Seemandhra/Telangana

5

Assam

6

Delhi

5

Tamil Nadu

2

Uttarakhand

4

Jammu and Kashmir

2

Kerala

0

Orissa

3

Punjab

2

Himachal Pradesh

2

Union territories

6

Goa

2

 

The report further states:

“This takes the BJP tally to 226 seats. Those states missing on the list are the ones where the BJP doesn't expect to win any seats.

The BJP-RSS's assessment is that the Telugu Desam Party will win eight seats, the Shiv Sena around 10 to 12 seats and Akali Dal will get five seats.

In addition, in Tamil Nadu, UP, north-eastern states and in Bihar, the BJP's allies will get around 10 more seats. This will take the NDA tally to 259 seats.

This survey, done on the basis of feedback from BJP-RSS workers at the booth level, has given Narendra Modi the confidence to start packing his bags in Gandhinagar. On Tuesday, he has done photo shoots with his colleagues and staff.

Modi came to Gandhinagar unexpectedly. He became the chief minister without even fighting an election. And today he has become the most powerful leader in the Sangh Parivar because he is capable of winning election after election.

The Sangh's winning star has become so powerful that he will decide who should carry on his legacy in Gujarat once he shifts to New Delhi.

His authority is so enormous that he can make even an inconsequential Gujarati the chief minister of his state.

And it is likely to happen soon.”

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