BJP President Amit Shah to Host Dinner for NDA Leaders: In the Exit poll 2019, the announcement by different news channels and survey agencies for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, it is clearly stated that the BJP-led NDA is coming back to power with a huge majority. The BJP-led NDA has projected to get 300 plus seats more than the 272 seats required for the majority. Amit Shah, National President of BJP, has convened a meeting of NDA leaders on Tuesday (May 21st) amidst the feelings of government formation in the center again. Let us remind you here that the votes will be counted on May 23 and the results will come on the same day.
BJP President Amit Shah to Host Dinner for NDA Leaders
Dinner will be organized in this meeting organized by Amit Shah. BJP national president will talk to NDA leaders on dinner table Sources say that the BJP is confident about the exit poll figures and on its own assumptions about coming to power. In such a situation, Shah can also discuss with the NDA leaders about the government going forward.
On the other hand, there will also be a meeting of ministers of the Union Council of Ministers on Tuesday. However, the agenda of this meeting is not yet clear, but it is believed that it will be discussed about the results of exit polls.
NDA complete majority in every exit poll
Some Exit Polls have projected the BJP-NDA to get 300 plus seats more than the 272 seats required for the majority. However, according to many exit polls, the BJP-coalition is suffering a lot in Uttar Pradesh. In the 2014 general election, the party got 71 seats.
According to ABP News Nielsen and Leader-News X, the ruling NDA alliance will get fewer seats than the 272 seats required for the majority. Polling for 542 seats out of 543 Lok Sabha seats was completed on May 19. In the case of cash misuse of the Election Commission, the polling was cancelled in Tamil Nadu’s Vellore seat. For the latest updates, you can visit www.indiatimelines.com.
Polling in seven phases for Lok Sabha elections lasted from April 11 to May 19. Counting of votes as well as results announced on May 23. For the majority, any party or coalition needs at least 272 seats. According to two exit polls broadcast on Times Now channel, NDA is likely to get 296 to 306 seats while Congress-led UPA can get 126 to 132 seats.