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Rajasthan Assembly Elections 2018 Satta Bazar Prediction: Narendra Modi's Campaigns In the Eleventh Hour Might Help BJP Beat Anti-Incumbency, Saya Matka | LatestLY

Latestly 2018-12-07 11:56:00

Prime Minister Narendra Modi | Image Courtesy: PTI

Jaipur, December 7: Satta Bazars that had been predicting a Congress win in Rajasthan assembly elections 2018 have now projected the Bharatiya Janata Party as the leading party in the polls. In the final leg of campaigning, Prime Minister Narendra Modi intensified his attacks on the Congress at several rallies that may have turned the tides. Latest numbers from Satta markets predicted that the BJP may get a clear majority in the Rajasthan polls, even as polling was underway in 199 out of 200 assembly seats in the state.

According to Satta market in Falaudi, the BJP is likely to bag 107 to 109 seats, while the Congress may win 71 to 73 seats, said a report. The Jaipur Satta market predicted 115 to 117 seats for the BJP and 65 to 68 seats for the Congress. The saffron party is projected to get a majority with 103 to 105 seats, according to Satta market in Shekhawati. The Congress may get 54 to 56 seats, said Matka trends. The Rajkot Satta market predicted 105 to 107 seats for the BJP, while the Congress has been given 61-63 seats. Exit Poll Results For MP, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Telangana, Mizoram Assembly Elections 2018: Know Time & Schedule.

According to Kolkata Satta Bazar, BJP may win 112-114 seats, and Congress 57-59 seats. Matka in Mumbai had earlier predicted 128 to 130 seats for Congress in the 200-seat house. Similarly, the Jaipur Satta market had said the Congress is likely to win 132 to 138 seats. The BJP may bag not more than 52 seats in the elections, Matka Bazar had predicted. The final results of assembly elections in Rajasthan will be declared on December 11.

In Rajasthan, the BJP is fighting anti-incumbency to retain power, while the Congress left no stone unturned to make a comeback in the state. Notably, Rajasthan has not voted the same party to power for more than one term in the last 20 years.