According to Survey, BJP may get 21-31 seats, Congress 55-65 and others can get 4 to 8 seats.
According to survey, BJP can get 60 per cent votes, Congress25.5 per cent and BSP-JC combine gets 4.5 per cent votes.
76.39 percent of the voters in the first phase (November 12) in Chhattisgarh and 76.34 percent of the voters in the second phase (20 November) voted. The maximum number of 88.99 percent polling in both phases is in Kurund assembly constituency in Dhamtari district and 47.35 percent in the lowest Bijapur assembly constituency. Out of 90 assembly seats in the state, more than 80 percent of the male voters have exercised their franchise in 38 assembly seats. In the 24 assembly constituencies women have voted more than men. Less than one percent less voting than last time.
The election officer said that in this election, about one percent less voting has been done than the last time. During the assembly elections held in 2013, 77.40 percent voters used their franchise.
The official said that all the polling parties have reached Sukhuval. Election materials have been deposited by all in their collection centers. Machines used in the voting have been sealed in the presence of political parties and contesting candidates in the Strong Room. Security forces have been deployed in the protection of the strong room.Police have arrested three youths in connection with the entry of laptops in the Strong Room premises in Naxal-affected Bastar district of Chhattisgarh. Two security personnel were suspended there.
Police officials of Bastar district said on Friday that the police arrested Umatapati Tiwari, Vijay Murkum and another youth in connection with taking laptops in a strong room complex built at Lady Polytechnic College, Dharampura, district headquarter of Jagdalpur.