After the exit polls released yesterday which show the NDA sweeping Maharashtra, the state's Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, on Monday has reportedly called a meeting with senior level BJP leaders at his residence in Mumbai, this evening.
As per sources, the meeting is called with the agenda of reviewing the exit polls as well as to reportedly prepare a strategy for the upcoming state assembly elections which will be held in October.
Reports also say that while a meeting has been called for in the Chief Minister's residence this evening, a state-level leadership meeting has been organized for Tuesday at the BJP's city office in Dadar.
According to Republic double exit polls released on Sunday, both our pollsters CVoter and Jan ki Baat have projected that the NDA winning 34 seats while the UPA is projected to win 14 seats.
In terms of vote share, as per CVoter, the NDA is projected to lead the pack garnering 42.6% of the votes. The UPA is projected to trail closely with 38.5% of the votes, while other parties are projected to garner 18.9% of the votes.
Jan ki Baat has further detailed that BJP is predicted to win 21 seats, Shiv Sena is predicted to win 17 seats while Congress and NCP are predicted to win 3 seats and 6 seats respectively.
Historically, in the 2014 General elections, Maharashtra had a voter turnout of 60.4% in all phases in which 41 seats were won by the NDA, while the NCP and Congress won 4 seats and 2 seats respectively. Meanwhile, in 2019, BJP is projected to lead in 19 seats and Shiv Sena is projected to lead in 15 seats while the UPA is projected to raise its numbers by Congress leading in 8 seats and NCP leading in 6 seats.
Maharashtra where 48 Lok Sabha seats up for grabs, polled in the first four phases of the Lok Sabha elections on April 11,18,23 and 29.