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Rajasthan Assembly Elections: Satta Bazar gives a victory signal to BJP while thumbs down to Congress

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 7 December 2018, 13:24 IST

Rajasthan elections polling has begun in the state today after the campaign by the party in the state. Now, the luck will decide of the party after the polling over. However, before the elections, many were guessing about who will the elections in the state. Even some have clearly predicted that which party will form the government in the state after the Vasundhara Raje government in the state.

Earlier, Satta Bazars also predicted that Congress will win all its seats in the state and will form the government by replacing the Bhartiya Janata Party.

But, now, Satta Bazars have changed their decision and give thumbs down to Rahul Gandhi-led party and give victory signal to the Modi-led BJP.

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Previously, when the election dates were not declared and before the beginning of the election campaigns, the winning of Congress was confirmed by the Satta Bazars.

Due to anger against the Vasundhara Raje, the numbers were hovering around 125 to 150 seats in Satta Bazar.

But, as, the election campaign ended, the prediction of Satta Bazar went completely changed.
Interestingly, not only in Rajasthan but also in the Kolkata and Rajkot, BJP is leading.

As per the reports, Falaudi Satta Bazar has given the seats to BJP in between 107-109 while for Congress, it has given 71-73.

While Jaipur Satta Bazar has also given the maximum number of seats in comparison to Congress and also given the clear majority to the party in the state assembly polls.

 

Also read: Rajasthan CM Vasundhara Raje feel insulted after Sharad Yadav called her ‘fat’ during election campaign

First published: 7 December 2018, 9:59 IST
 
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