The exit poll results have brought two days of happiness for the people of the grand alliance. When the actual counting begins, the NDA government will return to Bihar with an overwhelming majority
Patna: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) claimed Monday that the grand alliance is being put forward in the post-election exit poll but when the results will be out after counting of votes tomorrow, it will be in favor of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA).
The BJP national spokesperson Syed Shahnawaz Hussain said Monday that Bihar has observed a huge enthusiasm among the people about Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar during the three-phase elections, and a large number of voters have voted in favor of NDA.
‘Although the exit poll, which was shown in the evening of 07 November after the final phase of polling, may have been in favor of grand alliance, the result of the actual counting on November 10 will come in favor of NDA,’ he said.
He said that it will be clear by 12 noon on Tuesday that the NDA government is going to form the government with an overwhelming majority in Bihar and Shri Nitish Kumar will again take charge as the Chief Minister of the state.
Exit poll proved wrong in 2015
Mr. Hussain said that everyone remembers that the exit poll in 2015 had indicated the formation of the NDA government but it was proved wrong at that time. At that time NDA did not include Janata Dal-United (JDU).
He said that, so far, several exit polls have been proved wrong. The reason behind this is the sample size of the exit poll which is very small as compared to the population of the state. The actual situation, therefore, is not possible to predict.
The BJP’s national spokesperson said that his party makes an assessment based on the feedback received from booth-level workers and in this sense the BJP’s sample size is several times higher than the sample size of the exit poll.
On the basis of this assessment, Shahnawaz Hussain says that the exit poll results have brought two days of happiness for the people of the grand alliance. When the actual counting begins, the NDA government will return to Bihar with an overwhelming majority and Nitish Kumar will re-establish the rule of good governance and development for five years in the interest of Bihar.