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'Kerala May Not See UDF Make A Come Back': Amit Malviya Takes A Jibe At Rahul Gandhi

Amit Malviya remarked that sitting in the Opposition in Kerala will give enough time for Rahul Gandhi 'to dive in the ocean and flash his abs.' 

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BJP IT Cell Chief Amit Malviya took a jibe at Congress leader Rahul Gandhi after the release of the Kerala Exit Polls 2021, remarking that the Wayanad MP would once again deliver a blooper for the Congress. As per the Republic-CNX Exit Polls, the present LDF is projected to make a comeback in the state trumping over the Congress-led UDF. 

Hitting out at Gandhi over his pre-poll campaigning where he spent a day with the fishermen in Kerala, Malviya remarked that sitting in the Opposition will give enough time for Rahul Gandhi 'to dive in the ocean and flash his abs.' 

Republic-CNX Exit Poll for Kerala 

The Republic-CNX Exit Polls has projected a second consecutive win for the Left government in the state which is predicted to win anywhere between 72-80 seats, marking a decline from the 91 seats that it won in the 2016 elections. On the other hand, the Republic-CNX Exit Poll has projected a jump for the UDF, but not enough for it to assume power. The Congress-led alliance is projected to win between 58-64 seats, marking a +11-17 increase in the number of seats. The NDA alliance led by the BJP is approximated to win around 1-5 seats. 

The party-wise predictions suggest that the CPM will lose its strength in the Kerala Assembly from the current 58 seats to somewhere between 49-55. The Congress is expected to win nearly +10-14 seats in the 2020 Assembly Elections and take its total count to somewhere between 32-36. The BJP is predicted to win 01-05 seats whereas the IUML is projected to win between 13-17 seats. 

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