Exit polls have predicted a massive victory for the BJP in Gujarat, where the second phase of the elections was held today. They also predicted a poor performance for Congress, insisting that AAP may not achieve a double-digit score.
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The BJP had staged a massive campaign, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi holding 27 rallies after the election was announced.
Prime Minister Modi, who was voting in the second phase of the election today, had walked to the polling booth, drawing a sizeable crowd.
It led to a complaint from Congress to the Election Commission that he held a rally on an Election Day, in violation of the model code of conduct.
The additional chief election officer said their reports do not indicate that “it was a roadshow and the mob was just there.”
AAP ran a high-decibel campaign targeting the urban poor and middle class. Party chief Arvind Kejriwal predicted that AAP will win more than 90 seats.
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