Union Home Minister and senior BJP leader Amit Shah on Sunday said according to the feedback received from the ground, the saffron party will win 26 of the 30 seats that went to polls in the first phase of the West Bengal Assembly election.
New Delhi: A day after the first phase of polling was conducted in the eastern states of West Bengal and Assam, Union Home Minister Amit Shah exuded confidence of a resounding victory by the Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP).
The BJP leader said, as per the feedback received from the ground, his party will win 26 of the 30 seats that polled in the first phase of the West Bengal Assembly elections. Further, he also said the party is confident of a clear mandate itself in Assam as well, and that they will win 37 of the 47 Assembly seats.
Amit Shah informed that the voting process was largely peaceful and that high voter turnouts show a positive sign.
He expressed his gratitude to the voters for turning up in large numbers and thanked the Election Commission (EC) for the peaceful conduct of elections in Assam and violence-prone West Bengal.
News Source:- Zee News