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Exit Polls 2022: AAP set to win Punjab, Yogi to retain UP, Mamata Banerjee to play a huge role in Goa

Its like a fairy tale for Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in North India as the Arvind Kejriwal-led party is winning the heart of people at the moment. AAP is set to sweep Punjab and likely to form their government for the first time there.

A poll of ext also predicted that Yogi Adityanath-led Bhartiya Janata Party will is likely to become the largest party in Uttar Pradesh yet again.

NDTV exit polls says, in Uttar Pradesh, the Yogi Adityanath-led BJP is likely to win another term by a landslide, signal six exit polls. An aggregate of exit polls gives the BJP and its allies 241 of the state’s 403 seats – the majority-mark is at 202 – with Akhilesh Yadav’s Samajwadi Party finishing second with 142 seats.

While in the same poll, an average of 10 is likely to bring AAP in its first major state, Punjab.

The exit polls give AAP 63 seats in 117-seat Punjab, with the majority mark of 59.

While AAP is known to deliver such performances —– one sided but this time its a state not an Union Territory Delhi.

NDTV polls says, the ruling Congress is set to finish second with 28 seats in the assembly, the polls say, indicating that the party may pay the price for intense infighting; in the months preceding the vote, Navjot Singh Sidhu bickered with veteran Amarinder Singh as well as the man who replaced him, Charanjit Singh Channi.

For Uttarakhand, a round of 11 poll stated that there will be a tough competition between India’s two iconic parties —- BJP and Congress.

BJP could win 35 seats while Congress can take 32 seats while the AAP could go home with just a single or a duck.

Talking about Goa, it a neck-to-neck fight between BJP and Congress both aiming to reach 21 seats of 40 in the house that is the majority mark but Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool could be the game changer as it is predicted to win three seats.

The BJP is set to emerge as the largest party in Manipur, says an average of six exit polls. The BJP is likely to win 30 seats in the 60-seat assembly, the exit polls say – just one below the majority mark, says the NDTV polls.

The result day is on March 10 (Thursday).

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