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India TV-CNX Exit Poll Highlights | BJP likely to form govt in MP, Chhattisgarh; Congress may get Rajasthan, TRS to retain power in Telangana Read In Hindi

In Chhattisgarh, Raman Singh may become CM for fourth consecutive term as BJP is projected to win 42-50 seats

Edited by: India TV News Desk, New Delhi [ Updated: December 08, 2018 2:24 IST ]
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The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is likely to retain power in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, according to India TV-CNX Exit Polls. The Congress party may return to power in Rajasthan and the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) may retain power in Telangana,, according to the exit poll. 

However, the final picture will come out on December 11 when the counting of votes will take place for the five states -- Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Telangana and Mizoram.

Before the announcement of the results, India TV on Friday aired its authoritative exit poll that will give you an insight into what the voters are thinking in the four states excluding (Mizoram). The exit polls were conducted in association with CNX. To assist you in analyzing the exit poll numbers, we spoke with authoritative voices and top political experts. The exit polls were based on the latest scientific methods. The outcomes of these assembly polls will definitely have their impacts on the Lok Sabha elections 2019.

IndiaTV-CNX Exit Polls HIGHLIGHTS:

Telangana

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Read Also | India TV-CNX Exit Polls | Telangana: Ruling TRS may get clear majority, likely to win 66 out of 119 seats

07:34 pm: Telangana Exit Poll: In Telangana, TRS is likely to form government

07:33 pm: Telangana Exit Poll: TRS may get 62-70 seats; Congress 32-38, TDP 1-3, BJP 6-8, Other 6-8

07:23 pm: Telangana Exit Poll: In greater Hyderabad, TRS to get 7 seats; Congress 4, TDP 1, BJP 4, Other 8

Rajasthan

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Read Also | India TV-CNX Exit Polls | Rajasthan: Congress likely to dethrone BJP, may get 100-110 seats

07:07 pm: Rajasthan Exit poll: Congress party likely to get 100-110 seats compared to 21 seats in 2013

07:03 pm: Rajasthan Exit poll: BJP likely to get 80-90 seats compared to 163 seats in 2013

07:00 pm: Rajasthan Exit poll: In Shekhawati region, Congress may get 8 seats; BJP 6, BSP 1, Others 1 

06:53 pm: Rajasthan Exit poll: In Mewar region, Congress may get 33 seats; BJP 30, BSP 0, Others 1

06:41 pm: Rajasthan Exit poll: In Marwar region, Congress may get 27 seats; BJP 26, BSP 0, Others 3

06:33 pm: Rajasthan Exit poll: In Hadoti region, Congress may get 37 seats; BJP 23, BSP 1, Others 3 

06:31 pm: Rajasthan Exit poll: Congress party ahead of BJP in the state

Madhya Pradesh

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Read Also | India TV-CNX Exit Polls | Madhya Pradesh: Shivraj Singh Chouhan likely to retain power, BJP may get 122 to 130 seats

06:28 pm: MP Exit Poll: BSP may get 4-8 seats

06:21 pm: MP Exit Poll: Others to get 8-10 seats

06:20 pm: MP Exit Poll: BJP likely to get 122-130 seats

06:17 pm: MP Exit Poll: Congress likely to get 68 seats

06:15 pm: ​MP Exit Poll: BJP likely to bag 15 seats in Bhopal 

06:10 pm: MP Exit Poll: In Bundelkhand, BJP likely to get 25 seats

06:04 pm: MP Exit Poll: In Malwa-Nimar region Others to get 3 seats

06:03 pm: MP Exit Poll: In Malwa-Nimar region BJP to get 44 seats

06:00 pm: MP Exit Poll (vote share): 38 per cent for Congress compared to 36 per cent in 2013

05:58 pm: MP Exit Poll (vote share): 43 per cent for BJP compared to 45 per cent in 2013

Chhattisgarh

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Read Also | India TV-CNX Exit Polls | Chhattisgarh: Raman Singh likely to form govt for record 4th term, BJP may win 42-50 seats, Cong 32-38

05:52 pm: Chhattisgarh Exit Poll:​ Others to get 1-3 seats

05:50 pm: Chhattisgarh Exit Poll:​ Raman Singh likely to retain power

05:49 pm: Chhattisgarh Exit Poll:​ Ajit Jogi and BSP to win 6 and 8 seats, respectively.

05:46 pm: Chhattisgarh Exit Poll: BJP may win 42-50 seats in Chhattisgarh​

05:40 pm: Chhattisgarh Exit Poll: Congress likely to get 32-38 seats in the state

05:35 pm: Chhattisgarh Exit Poll (vote share): 42 per cent for BJP compared to 41 per cent in 2013

05:23 pm: Congress party has always worked for the people of the country. We have tried to bring all communities together: Rajiv Tyagi​ of Congress

05:07 pm: Opposition has communal thinking. I don't think Congress is anywhere in competition with us in the current assembly elections: GVL Rao of BJP

05:01 pm: I have direct contact with the people. During campaigning, I have not violated the code of conduct: Asaduddin Owaisi​ of AIMIM 

04:37 pm: Rallies of PM Narendra Modi and Amit Shah will have no impact in Rajasthan: Ashok Gehlot​ of Congress  

04:35 pm: Party will decide on the name of CM candidate in Rajasthan: Sachin Pilot of Congress

04:31 pm: During the campaign, BJP talked about everything except development. There is no Modi wave this time. We are confident that we will win: Sachin Pilot of Congress 

04:20 pm: We have done a lot for the people of the state. I'm confident that we will win: Vasundhara Raje 

04:13 pm: In Rajasthan, Rajputs are always with the BJP: Diya Kumari of BJP

04:00 pm: First trend to come at 5:31 pm

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Out of the five states, three (Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh) are presently being ruled by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), one (Mizoram) by Congress and Telangana by Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS).   

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