Most exit survey comes about foresee that the BJP-Shiv Sena combine will win effectively in Maharashtra assembly elections. BJP shows up to be heading towards landslide victory agreeing to exit survey comes about. In the pollsters if surveyors are to be accepted, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is headed for an avalanche triumph in Maharashtra assembly elections.

Voting for the states finished within the evening today. Within the 288 seats of Maharashtra, the essential challenge is between the ‘Mahayuti’ or fantastic union is driven by the BJP, and the ‘maha-aghadi’ (front) driven by the Congress and NCP. Driven by Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, who is battling from Nagpur South-West situate, the BJP is seeking sequential terms within the state together with key partner Shiv Sena.

Besides the BJP-ruled states, assembly bypolls predictions were focused by top media organisations. 

Exit poll in Maharashtra:

Times Now:

BJP+: 230

Cong+: 48

Others: 10

India Today:

BJP+: 166-194

Cong+: 72-90

Others: 22-34

CNN News 18:

BJP+: 243

Cong+: 41

Others: 4


BJP+: 223

Cong+: 54

Others: 11

ABP News

BJP+: 204

Cong+: 69

Others: 15

The exit poll predicted by Times now has forecasted 206 seats for the BJP-Shiv Sena combine in Maharashtra 230 seats where Congress can win 48 seats leading others to 10. CNN News 18 exit poll has envisaged a thumping victory for the BJP-Shiv Sena combine, giving it as many as 243 seats, the most by any exit poll.

A total of 10,800 voters met from 72 assembly constituencies in Maharashtra. India Today, Republic and ABP News have predicted a win for the Devendra Fadnavis-led BJP in Maharashtra assembly elections, will get anywhere between by 166 and 194, 223 and 204 seats respectively while Congress is likely to get 72-90, 54, and 69 seats.

Within the run-up to the decisions, the BJP had made an enormous pitch around disavowing Article 370 which allowed extraordinary status to Jammu and Kashmir. In Maharashtra, the BJP has handled its candidates in 164 seats whereas Shiva Sena is challenging within the remaining 124 seats. Polling started at 7 am and concluded at 6 pm. Till 5 pm, Maharashtra recorded a voter turnout of 44.05%. Counting of votes would be held on October 24.