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62 marginal seats can be crucial in deciding MP's fate

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New Delhi, Nov 30 (IANS) In the 230-member Madhya Pradesh Assembly, 62 marginal seats can turn out to be crucial for government formation, as per the ABP-CVoter Exit Poll.

Out of the 230 Assembly constituencies in the state, 62 are marginal seats where pro-incumbency and anti-incumbency factors give rise to two prospects.

In scenario one, if all marginal seats go anti-incumbent, the Congress is likely to get 153 to 165 seats, the BJP 60 to 72 seats, the BSP 0 to 4 seats, while others are projected to win 0 to 5 seats.

In scenario two, if all marginal seats go pro-incumbent, the Congress is likely to win 96 to 108 seats, the BJP 117 to 129 seats, the BSP 0 to 4 seats, while others are projected to win 0 to 5 seats.

As per the Exit Poll, out of the 62 marginal seats within the same vote share, the Congress is likely to win 23 seats, while the BJP is projected to win 34 seats, followed by others on 3 and BSP on 2 seats.

Madhya Pradesh went to the polls on November 17, and the counting of votes will be taken up on December 3.



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