Exit-polls give Bengal to Mamata,Assam to BJP,Kerala to Left,TN toDMK

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New Delhi: Exit polls at the end of five-state elections on Monday evening predicted a Trinamool sweep in West Bengal, a BJP win in Assam, a Left victory in Kerala but the verdict was split over Tamil Nadu, with advantage to the DMK.

The DMK was also tipped to win in Puducherry. In the biggest popularity test since the Lok Sabha polls of 2014, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) appeared poised to win in Assam for the first time, ending 15 long years of Congress rule.

 

 

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