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Exit polls: It's har har BJP in Haryana

Mid-Day Tuesday, 22 October 2019
Exit polls: It's har har BJP in Haryana*Chandigarh/New Delhi:* The BJP appeared set to return to power with a bigger mandate in Haryana, as exit polls forecast a facile victory for the party in the state and rout for its rivals led by the Congress. Exit polls, broadcast soon after the polling ended, varied widely in their projection of seats for the rival alliances...
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News video: On The Record: Why exit polls predict saffron sweep in Haryana, Maharashtra

On The Record: Why exit polls predict saffron sweep in Haryana, Maharashtra 09:32

Exit polls are predicting a clean sweep for 'saffron' in Maharashtra and Haryana. In On The Record this week, Hindustan Times' national political editor Sunetra Choudhury analyses the exit poll results with Former Congress leader Pradyot Burman, BJYM

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