Aaj Tak exit poll, Chanakya exit poll project PM Modi as the undisputed winner in Uttar Pradesh

While the Aaj Tak exit polls indicate a win ranging between 251 and 279 seats for the party, the Chanakya exit poll suggests a magnificent 285 seats in the saffron party's kitty.

Ahead of Uttar Pradesh Assembly election results, exit polls have flooded the news. A majority of the exit polls are heralding a landslide victory for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

While most of the polls are showing a victory for BJP, Aaj Tak polls and Chanakya polls suggest a staggering victory for the party.

While the Aaj Tak exit polls indicate a win ranging between 251 and 279 seats for the party, the Chanakya exit poll suggests a magnificent 285 seats in the saffron party's kitty.

MRC prediction show 185 seats, VMT shows a range of 190-210 seats, Lokniti CSDS project 164-176 seats for the party.

Senior BJP leaders have unanimously said that the party has cut across the caste and socio-economic divide across the state in the decisive assembly polls for 2017.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been holding extensive rallies across the state to reach out to the populace, despite not declaring a chief ministerial candidate.

India Today Axis My India polls have predicted that BJP will register a 36 per cent voter percent this time than 15 per cent registered in 2012.

"The exit poll predictions reflect the fact that BJP has been working for the people and it will come to power. PM Modi has launched several welfare schemes for the poor in the state and that has reinstated their faith in the party," said senior party leader Om Mathur.

Mathur added that Samajwadi Party's decision to ally with the Congress too has worked in BJP's favour. He even slammed the Samajwadi party for orchestrating a feud to conceal their corruption and deceive voters.

While the both Aaj Tal exit polls and Chanakya exit polls both project a clear victory for BJP, party leaders attribute the astounding figures to the vision and leadership of PM Modi.

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