Hyderabad: As polling ended for the states of Maharashtra and Haryana at 6 pm, TV screens flashed exit polls, which showed a clear sweep for the BJP in both the states.

In the 288 Assembly seats of Maharashtra, the main contest is between the 'Mahayuti' or grand alliance led by the BJP, and the 'maha-aghadi' (front) led by the Congress and NCP. The exit polls are as follows:

CNN-IPSOS:

  • BJP: 130
  • SS: 113
  • INC: 21
  • NCP: 20
  • Others: 4

Jan Ki Baat:

  • BJP: 135
  • SS: 81
  • NCP: 41
  • INC: 24
  • Others: 7

NDTV's Polls of Polls

  • BJP+SS: 211
  • Cong+NCP: 64
  • Others: 13

HARYANA

For the 90 Assembly constituencies of Haryana, the prominent figures in the fray are Chief Minister Khattar, former chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda, JJP's Dushyant Chautala and INLD's Abhay Singh Chautala.

Here are the exit polls for the state:

India News-Polstrat

  • BJP: 75
  • INC: 9
  • Others: 5
  • INLD: 1

Jan Ki Baat:

  • BJP: 52
  • INC: 19
  • Others: 9
  • JJP: 9
  • INLD: 1

Polls of Polls:

  • BJP: 66
  • INC: 14
  • Others: 8
  • INLD: 2

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