If there is a need to form a coalition government in Punjab, then with which party will it be formed? Yeh said Bhagwant Mann
The results of the assembly elections of five states including Punjab are to be announced on March 10. Exit polls were released on Monday before the result, in which the broom of the Aam Aadmi Party is seen moving in Punjab. Aam Aadmi Party leaders and workers are very excited by the exit poll results.
However, the real picture will be clear only on March 10. But before that in Punjab, Aam Aadmi Party’s CM candidate Bhagwant Mann is constantly roaming in Sangrur and surrounding areas where strong rooms have been prepared before the results. There are other candidates with him.
What did Bhagwant Mann say on exit polls
On the exit poll, the leader of the Aam Aadmi Party said, the volunteers of the party and the rest have worked hard. We have taken our words from house to house. We have talked about free electricity and water, about hospitals and schools, about bringing back the industry and ending drug addiction. Mann further said, we have not done any negative thing, which people have understood. The rest of the parties had nothing.
They have only done the work of accusing us. People had also asked him that why don’t you talk of development, why only make allegations? People have trusted us this time. Earlier, other parties have looted Punjab a lot, now people have got the option, so they are giving us a chance..
When asked whether the big faces of opposition parties are losing this time too? On this he said, the day after tomorrow the answer will be found. Big faces are losing.
Other parties are saying that exit poll results do nothing, AAP is losing in Punjab? In response to this question, the AAP leader said that it is good to take care of the heart. When asked that if the government has to be formed with a coalition, then which party will you go with? So he said that this is a hypothetical question.
What’s in the Punjab Exit Poll?
In the exit polls of ABP News and C Voter, Aam Aadmi Party is getting 51-61 seats, Congress 22 to 28, Shiromani Akali Dal 20 to 26, BJP alliance getting 7 to 13 seats in Punjab.
India Today – Axis My India
India Today and Axis My India exit polls show Aam Aadmi Party getting 76 to 90, Congress 19 to 31, Shiromani Akali Dal 7 to 11, BJP alliance 1 to 4 and others two seats in Punjab. Huh.
According to the data given by News24 and Chanakya, Aam Aadmi Party is bringing 100 seats, Congress 10, Shiromani Akali Dal alliance 6 and BJP alliance 1 seat.