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Congress alleges ‘BJP educated in Uttarakhand’; provides ‘will attempt to make govt through Guv & money’

As P-Marq exit pollpredict a BJP victory in Uttarakhand, Congress on Tuesday, has alleged that the saffron social gathering is planning to make a majority in tiny states by the employ of the powers of the Governor and money.  Senior Congress observer Mohan Prakash claimed that BJP’s ‘educated’ had arrived in Uttarakhand to carry out the identical in the hilly articulate. Uttarakhand’s 70-seat Assembly went to polls on February 14 and outcomes will be declared on March 10.

Congress: ‘BJP educated in Uttarakhand’

“BJP has tried to make a majority in tiny states by the employ of the powers of the Governor and by spending money. They are planning on doing the identical in Uttarakhand. Their educated has already arrived here,” acknowledged Mohan Prakash, Senior Congress observer AICC in Uttarakhand. Congress has sent observers to Uttarakhand, Goa and Punjab to retain MLAs in test, fearing poaching.

Dehradun | BJP has tried to make majority in tiny states by the employ of the powers of the Governor and by spending money. They are planning on doing the identical in Uttarakhand. Their educated has already arrived here: Mohan Prakash, Senior Congress observer AICC in Uttarakhand (08.03) pic.twitter.com/ONgvZEMrbW

— ANI UP/Uttarakhand (@ANINewsUP) March 8, 2022

P-Marq exit polls

On Monday, P-Marq exit polls projected that BJP will gain 35-39 seats defeating Congress which is projected to gain 23-34 seats in the 70-seat Assembly. AAP, making its debut in the hilly articulate, is projected to gain 0-3 seats. Others (BSP, UKD, Self reliant etc) are projected to gain 0-3 seats.

With BJP position to be the single-biggest social gathering, the saffron social gathering is projected to gain 39.8% of the votes, whereas Congress is projected to gain 38.4% of the votes. Moreover, AAP is projected to gain 12.1% of the votes, making its presence felt in the hilly articulate. Others (BSP, UKD, Self reliant etc) are projected to gain 9.7% of the votes.

Poll scenario & 2017 outcomes

Old to the polls, 45-twelve months-faded Pushkar Singh Dhami took over because the fresh Uttarakhand CM from Tirath Singh Rawat who resigned citing ‘constitutional constraints’. 45-twelve months-faded Pushkar Singh Dhami took over because the fresh Uttarakhand CM from Tirath Singh Rawat who resigned citing ‘constitutional constraints’. Since the formation of the hilly articulate from Uttar Pradesh in 2000, both BJP and Congress which bear dominated the articulate bear normally changed their CMs, ensuing in their electoral loss in the next election.

In 2017, Congress misplaced to BJP which received 57 seats and 46.5% of votes ushering Trivendra Singh Rawat’s maiden CM time period. The excellent faded social gathering became diminished to mere 11 seats and 33.5% of votes. To rub salt to wounds, then-CM Harish Rawat misplaced from the 2 seats (Haridwar Rural and Kichha) he contested on.

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