Exit Polls of the 2019 Parliamentary elections that depicted an unchallenging win for the NDA has put the Opposition at an uneasy spot thus leading to multiple analysis, spinning conspiracies and blunt opinions in the political discourse.
Giving a piece of his mind over the predictions, the Swaraj India chief Yogendra Yadav said that the "Congress must die" and accused them of playing a passive role by failing to stop BJP to "save the idea of India"
Further in his attack stated that the grand old party became the "single best obstacle" to create an alternative.
His tweet read: "The Congress must die. If it could not stop the BJP in this election to save the idea of India, this party has no positive role in Indian history. Today it represents the single biggest obstacle to the creation of an alternative."
However, hours after his tweet, the former AAP leader clarified his stand, saying that although in history the Congress has played a great role pre and post-independence, but there is "no positive role left to perform in history anymore"
He said: "My expression "no positive role in Indian history" may have caused some confusion. I cannot possibly deny the great role of Congress before and immediately after independence.
What I meant was "no positive role left to perform in history anymore". Stand by that."
Republic Media Network in tune with the election season held mega double exit polls with Jan Ki Baat and CVoters-
Jan Ki Baat exit poll predicted that the NDA would clinch a victory by garnering a seat-share between 295 and 315 and UPA between 122 and 125 seats with Congress predicted to win just 71-74 seats.
On similar lines, CVoter projected a victory for the NDA government by securing 287 seats with a 42.3% vote-share. Whereas Congress-led UPA is predicted to grab only 128 seats- 69 seats more than their 2014 electoral performance.
The remaining non-NDA and non-UPA parties or 'Others' are projected to win 127 seats, out of which in the electorally critical state of Uttar Pradesh, the Samajwadi Party-Bahujan Samaj Party 'Mahagathbandhan' has been projected to win 40 seats in the state. The 'Others' are projected to clinch a vote-share of 28.1 percent.