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Updated Mon, 09 Nov 2020 07:23 PM IST
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The Congress has asked its senior leaders to stay in their assigned positions in all 38 districts and keep an eye on the Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) to be kept in Strongroom. Let us know that in almost all exit polls for Bihar assembly election results, the victory of RJD-led grand alliance has been anticipated.
Overwhelmed by the exit poll results, the Congress has sent several senior leaders including party general secretaries Randeep Surjewala and Avinash Pandey to Patna. The party's motive behind this move is to maintain proper coordination with allies and possibly to keep its legislators organized after the election results are out.
Along with this, senior Congress leader and former Union Minister Subodh Kant Sahay, Jharkhand Minister Banna Gupta, two Rajasthan ministers – Rajendra Yadav and Raghu Sharma, along with Punjab MLA Gurkirat Singh Kotli are also camping in Patna. Rajesh Rathore, spokesperson of the Congress Party in Bihar, gave this information on Monday.
Congress and CPI, CPI (M) and CPI (ML) along with RJD (Rashtriya Janata Dal) are part of this grand alliance. The exit poll also predicted an increase in the seats of the RJD Congress and its allies. The exit poll results have in a way brought a crisis on Nitish Kumar's government.
Meanwhile, All India Congress Committee (AICC) media panelist and MLC Prem Chandra Mishra has dismissed such reports that the party is deploying observers in every district to monitor the counting of votes and newly elected MLAs. He said that it is being taken unfairly.
“The results of the exit poll in Bihar are in favor of the party and other allies of the grand alliance,” Prem Chandra Mishra said. He said that it was feared that the people of the ruling party might do something wrong to win the elections, hence leaders have been asked to keep an eye on EVMs at all times.
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