The stage is all set for counting of votes in two of Indian states today. The results of Assembly elections held in the states of Haryana and Maharashtra will be released within hours from now. There are many hopes on the star campaigner of BJP, Prime Minster Narendra Modi, who played key role in winning of BJP in the Lok Sabha elections held a few months ago.
The huge turnout in Maharashtra raised hopes in the camp of BJP as the exit polls kept on telling that BJP will be emerged as the largest parties in the states.
The counting for the 288 Assembly seats and 90 Assembly seats in Maharashtra and Haryana sates will begin at 8:00 AM in the morning. The polling took place on October 15th. There was huge polling percentage in both the states. Haryana recorded 76.64 % voting, the highest so far and Maharashtra recorded a massive polling of 63.13 per cent polling. Overall, 63.13 % of voters voted this time. The polling also held for the Beed Lok Sabha bypoll on the same day.
Speculation is rife that the black horse in the election will be the key in forming the government, mostly in Haryana. And coming to Maharashtra, it is going to be BJP that is going to be emerged as the biggest party and is going to take the support of Shiv Sena in forming the government, as per the media reports.