Congress and BJP meet in Shimla to discuss election results of Himachal Pradesh . Both parties claim to have a clear edge over Congress in the hill state .
Shimla (Himachal Pradesh) (India) : The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress have met in Shimla on December 6 to discuss the results of the Himalayan Pradesh assembly elections, with both groups claiming to form the government after the BJP's.Congress is daydreaming, according to BJP state vice president Rajeev Bhardwaj, who said in a statement that the workers have worked unitedly and we are going to change the state's tradition, and this has been shown in the survey conducted by reputed media companies.The BJP leader responded to Congress' questions about exit polling by saying that all the national television channels polled favor the BJP.The BJP has announced that it is confident in resuming the task.Congress will do nothing but make remarks on the exit polls.They are aware that the BJP will reclaim control of the state, and the situation will become clear on December 8, and it is certain that the BJP government will be re-established in the state, said Bhardwaj.Former Congress state chief Sukhu expressed optimism in the Congress party that it would win the assembly elections in a Hindu majority state on Tuesday, saying that BJP ideology is not working.According to field reports, the Gandhi family does not own a house anywhere in the country, but there is only one place, namely Himachal Pradesh, where Priyanka Gandhi is able to gain 20 seats. He said that the numbers are going to be very good for us because of what the BJP can do, and that only the Chief Minister is winning his seat.We fought elections as a team.The Congress party declared its face the first time, and we could not win.According to exit polls predicted on Monday, the BJP has a clear edge over Congress in a tough fight in the hill state, which has seen the BJP and Congress power shift for decades. In Himachal Pradesh, which went to the polls on November 12, the Republic-PMARQ exit poll gave 34-49 seats to the BJP with a vote share of 42.8%.It was predicted that Congress would win 28-33 seats with a vote share of 42.9%.According to the exit poll, the AAP is expected to gain a 0-1 seat in the state, with 2.8 percent vote share.The exit poll also predicted that Congress would take 30-40 seats in the hill state, with BJP 24-34, AAP four to eight seats. The poll, which was published on November 12, predicted 32-40 seats for the BJP, 27-34 for the Congress, none for AAP, and 1-3 for others in the hill state.The results were announced on December 8, according to the Zee News-ETG poll.