Excluding Assam, BJP will face defeat in four poll-bound states, predicts NCP's Sharad Pawar

As far as Kerala cares , the Left parties and therefore the NCP have close and that we are sure that we'll get a clear-cut majority," he said.

Excluding Assam, BJP will face defeat in four poll-bound states, predicts NCP's Sharad Pawar
NCP chief Sharad Pawar on Sunday said that the BJP will lose four out of the five upcoming Assembly elections

NCP chief Sharad Pawar on Sunday said that the BJP will lose four out of the five upcoming Assembly elections.Speaking to reporters in his habitat Baramati, Sharad Pawar said that the BJP will only win in Assam and therefore the election trend within the five states will provides a new direction to the country."It is wrong to speak about the results of the five states today because the people of those states will take the choice . As far as Kerala cares , the Left parties and therefore the NCP have close and that we are sure that we'll get a clear-cut majority," he said.

"In Tamil Nadu , people will support DMK and its chief MK Stalin, and that they will come to power within the state after the polls, Sharad Pawar said."In West Bengal , the Centre, especially the BJP is misusing power and trying to attack a sister (referring to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee) who is trying to fight for the people of the state," the NCP chief alleged.

"I haven't any doubt that the TMC will retain power under the leadership of Mamata Banerjee," he said.Sharad Pawar further said he knows things in poll-bound Assam, and as per the inputs received from his party people, the BJP, which is currently in power there, is during a "good position" compared to others.

"In a nutshell, the BJP will retain power in Assam, but will face defeat in other poll-bound states, and other political parties in those states will come to power. i'm confident this trend will provides a new direction to the country," he said.The Assembly elections in West Bengal , Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Assam and Puducherry (Union Territory) are going to be held in March-April this year and votes are going to be counted on May 2.

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