Panneerselvam hails exit poll reports favoring NDA
Tamil Nadu Deputy Chief Minister and AIADMK co-ordinator O. Panneerselvam on Tuesday hailed the exit polls supporting a second term for the BJP-drove NDA at the Center, saying it showed a "decent decision" to be given by the voters.
Reacting to Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami's comments that the exit polls were "imposing of opinions", his deputy said such perspectives depended on the separate people's "frame of mind", yet did not intricate.
Mr. Palaniswami had on Monday expelled the exit polls recommending an awful show by the AIADMK in the simply finished up Lok Sabha election in Tamil Nadu as "forcing of sentiments" and oozed certainty that they would be refuted.
Mr. Panneerselvam, the AIADMK facilitator, likewise communicated certainty that the decision alliance would verify a terrific triumph in Tamil Nadu, notwithstanding the exit polls anticipating something else.
He was addressing columnists here before leaving for Delhi to go to supper for NDA leaders to be facilitated by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Amit Shah on Tuesday evening, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi is additionally expected to be available.
"The exit polls demonstrate that all individuals living in India are going to give a decent decision that the BJP should return to control," Mr. Panneerselvam said.
Gotten some information about similar exit polls painting a distressing picture for the BJP-drove NDA in Tamil Nadu, he stated, "The AIADMK coalition will verify a stupendous triumph in all the 38 Lok Sabha seats and the 22 Assembly portions where by-polls were held."
On the AIADMK joining a conceivable NDA bureau after the poll results are pronounced on Thursday, Mr. Panneerselvam said the issue would be talked about by the party central leadership after the constituent result was known and that it would take a "good decision".