Early exit ballot outcomes from Kerala appeared to provide the sting to the ruling Left Democratic Front (LDF) coalition whereas the Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF) appeared to return in shut behind. The BJP was seen profitable a few seats as properly.
Exit polls usually get the outcomes fallacious. Votes for the elections are set to be counted on Sunday, alongside different state and territory elections in West Bengal, Assam, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry.
In a state with a four-decades-old custom of alternating between the 2 major coalitions each 5 years, the exit polls appear to point out these elections bucking the development.
After weeks of a stormy marketing campaign with marathon rallies and mammoth roadshows, the state admired for its excessive governance and progress metrics, voted for a brand new administration on April 6 and picked from greater than 900 candidates together with high-profile leaders for its 140 meeting constituencies.
The two conventional coalitions – the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M)-led LDF and the UDF sought one other time period in these polls whereas the BJP, lengthy an outlier within the southern state, made makes an attempt to wedge its approach in.
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