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Exit polls result planted to demoralise opposition before result: Bihar Grand Alliance

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Exit polls result planted to demoralise opposition before result: Bihar Grand Alliance

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 21 May 2019, 07:36 pm

Patna, May 21(UNI): Grand Alliance leaders in Bihar on Tuesday described the predictions made in exit polls for Lok Sabha elections as "planted" and an attempt to demoralise opposition leaders before the results to be declared on May 23.

Upendra Kushwaha, president of RLSP, a constituent Grand Alliance, told media here that exit polls for Lok Sabha elections conducted by various agencies and aired on different news channels were not only "planted" but a sinister design of ruling parties to demoralise the opposition leaders and workers before May 23, the day when result was to be declared.

Such attempt of ruling parties would have serious consequences and there could be bloodshed on roads as people were deeply annoyed over their sinister design, he added.

"Earlier, there used to be incidents of booth loot and now attempt is being made to loot the result which could not be tolerated," Kushwaha said, adding that predictions in exit polls had been made heavily in favour of ruling parties which were far from ground realities.

Booth level feedbacks received by leaders from workers of grand alliance indicated good positions of its constituent parties and exit polls assessments were surprising for them, he noted.

All major Exit Polls have predicted that PM Narendra Modi and his government will return to power at the Centre.

 

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Exit polls result planted to demoralise opposition before result: Bihar Grand Alliance

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