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Nationalist Congress party claimed that NCP chief Sharad Pawar will play for catalyst role to unite non-bjp parties once loksabha election results out. highly placed sources in NCP said Pawar will camp in Delhi and make sure that if needed all secular forces to come under one roof. sources also claimed there neither later nor undercurrent in favor of media on the ground its just creation by media.
although he agreed that Modi still is the biggest brand but its rating has gone down .also cast factor in this election will play a big role to counter Modi. source assumption for post-poll was NDA will not get a majority and especially NDA allies will lose badly. 2004 may be repeated again and no govt will be made without Congress support. sources did not open card for numbers for govt formation but said NDA claim for 300 is mere for media headlines.
sources claimed BJP will lose at least 100 seats from last time and may reach 230 but will not get a majority as NDA. sources also said it’s not right to count kcr, Jagan Reddy and bjd in BJP 230 plus there will be a hard bargain for share. they may change sides also. sources said Mamta is not eyeing for pm post but she is only insisting to remove Modi after Sharda case.
ncp general secretary Praful Patel last night called Mamta on phone and express solidarity with her.
the panel said Pawar saheb is keeping a close eye on a result and he has a repo with many senior leaders. pawar will certainly play a major role but nothing on a top post as of now.
NCP’s prediction bjp 230 max and NDA 250.
upa-Cong 125 plus and a total of 170
maya and akhilesh will win at least 40 plus in up
Maharashtra-cong-ncp plus will be around 18 plus.
gadkari also in trouble if cast factor worked.
gujarat Cong will win at least 6 seats

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