Election Results 2019: NDA In Lead, To Win 300+ Seats


The 2019 election results will be announced today and the whole country is waiting for it. According to the counting of the ballot for the 542 Lok Sabha seats till now, Prime Minister Narendra Modi- led NDA is heading for a second term with the BJP leading in 295 seats. The BJP led NDA is expected to win the 2019 election on not less than 324 seats. The polls’ result till now indicate that the BJP is leading the charge in Karnataka, Gujarat, Haryana, Delhi among others and has made inroads in West Bengal and Odisha, while Congress is putting up a fight in Punjab, Chhattisgarh and Bihar. The official results are expected to be declared by late evening today.

While the vast majority in the exit poll surveys has demonstrated a star incumbency wave and anticipated that the BJP-led NDA will easily cross the midway sign of 272 seats to frame government, the Opposition parties have expelled the exit poll survey results. The opposition has been guaranteeing that the BJP will be a failure govt because of rising joblessness, ranch misery and lull in the economy. The seven-stage surveys were directed between April 11 and May 19 in which around 67 per cent of the almost 900 million qualified individuals practiced their establishment to choose 542 individuals from the Lok Sabha from a sum of 8,049 candidates in the country.

67.11 per cent of the 90.99 crore electors had cast their vote in the polls in 2019. The key politicians whose electoral fortunes are sealed in the ballot include Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress president Rahul Gandhi who contested from his stronghold of Amethi and Wayanad in Kerala, UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi, SP chief Akhilesh Yadav and a number of Union Ministers. This is the first time Rahul Gandhi contested more than one seat. Stay tuned to for further updates.