Hung House In Goa Again, Trinamool Kingmaker, Indicates Poll Of Polls

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Publish Date : 2022-03-07


Hung House In Goa Again, Trinamool Kingmaker, Indicates Poll Of Polls

New Delhi: 

Goa might be heading for another hung assembly, much like the cliffhanger of 2017, an aggregate of nine exit polls have predicted. Data indicates both BJP and the Congress will end up with 16 seats each in the 40-member house. The kingmaker will be Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress, which is contesting in the coastal state for the first time in an attempt to build a pan-India image. Poll of exit polls indicates the Trinamool might win three seats, which will enable it to hold all the cards.

New Delhi: 

Goa might be heading for another hung assembly, much like the cliffhanger of 2017, an aggregate of nine exit polls have predicted. Data indicates both BJP and the Congress will end up with 16 seats each in the 40-member house. The kingmaker will be Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress, which is contesting in the coastal state for the first time in an attempt to build a pan-India image. Poll of exit polls indicates the Trinamool might win three seats, which will enable it to hold all the cards.New Delhi: 

Goa might be heading for another hung assembly, much like the cliffhanger of 2017, an aggregate of nine exit polls have predicted. Data indicates both BJP and the Congress will end up with 16 seats each in the 40-member house. The kingmaker will be Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress, which is contesting in the coastal state for the first time in an attempt to build a pan-India image. Poll of exit polls indicates the Trinamool might win three seats, which will enable it to hold all the cards.New Delhi: 

Goa might be heading for another hung assembly, much like the cliffhanger of 2017, an aggregate of nine exit polls have predicted. Data indicates both BJP and the Congress will end up with 16 seats each in the 40-member house. The kingmaker will be Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress, which is contesting in the coastal state for the first time in an attempt to build a pan-India image. Poll of exit polls indicates the Trinamool might win three seats, which will enable it to hold all the cards.New Delhi: 

Goa might be heading for another hung assembly, much like the cliffhanger of 2017, an aggregate of nine exit polls have predicted. Data indicates both BJP and the Congress will end up with 16 seats each in the 40-member house. The kingmaker will be Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress, which is contesting in the coastal state for the first time in an attempt to build a pan-India image. Poll of exit polls indicates the Trinamool might win three seats, which will enable it to hold all the cards.New Delhi: 

Goa might be heading for another hung assembly, much like the cliffhanger of 2017, an aggregate of nine exit polls have predicted. Data indicates both BJP and the Congress will end up with 16 seats each in the 40-member house. The kingmaker will be Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress, which is contesting in the coastal state for the first time in an attempt to build a pan-India image. Poll of exit polls indicates the Trinamool might win three seats, which will enable it to hold all the cards.New Delhi: 

Goa might be heading for another hung assembly, much like the cliffhanger of 2017, an aggregate of nine exit polls have predicted. Data indicates both BJP and the Congress will end up with 16 seats each in the 40-member house. The kingmaker will be Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress, which is contesting in the coastal state for the first time in an attempt to build a pan-India image. Poll of exit polls indicates the Trinamool might win three seats, which will enable it to hold all the cards.New Delhi: 

Goa might be heading for another hung assembly, much like the cliffhanger of 2017, an aggregate of nine exit polls have predicted. Data indicates both BJP and the Congress will end up with 16 seats each in the 40-member house. The kingmaker will be Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress, which is contesting in the coastal state for the first time in an attempt to build a pan-India image. Poll of exit polls indicates the Trinamool might win three seats, which will enable it to hold all the cards.New Delhi: 

Goa might be heading for another hung assembly, much like the cliffhanger of 2017, an aggregate of nine exit polls have predicted. Data indicates both BJP and the Congress will end up with 16 seats each in the 40-member house. The kingmaker will be Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress, which is contesting in the coastal state for the first time in an attempt to build a pan-India image. Poll of exit polls indicates the Trinamool might win three seats, which will enable it to hold all the cards.New Delhi: 

Goa might be heading for another hung assembly, much like the cliffhanger of 2017, an aggregate of nine exit polls have predicted. Data indicates both BJP and the Congress will end up with 16 seats each in the 40-member house. The kingmaker will be Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress, which is contesting in the coastal state for the first time in an attempt to build a pan-India image. Poll of exit polls indicates the Trinamool might win three seats, which will enable it to hold all the cards.New Delhi: 

Goa might be heading for another hung assembly, much like the cliffhanger of 2017, an aggregate of nine exit polls have predicted. Data indicates both BJP and the Congress will end up with 16 seats each in the 40-member house. The kingmaker will be Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress, which is contesting in the coastal state for the first time in an attempt to build a pan-India image. Poll of exit polls indicates the Trinamool might win three seats, which will enable it to hold all the cards.New Delhi: 

Goa might be heading for another hung assembly, much like the cliffhanger of 2017, an aggregate of nine exit polls have predicted. Data indicates both BJP and the Congress will end up with 16 seats each in the 40-member house. The kingmaker will be Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress, which is contesting in the coastal state for the first time in an attempt to build a pan-India image. Poll of exit polls indicates the Trinamool might win three seats, which will enable it to hold all the cards.New Delhi: 

Goa might be heading for another hung assembly, much like the cliffhanger of 2017, an aggregate of nine exit polls have predicted. Data indicates both BJP and the Congress will end up with 16 seats each in the 40-member house. The kingmaker will be Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress, which is contesting in the coastal state for the first time in an attempt to build a pan-India image. Poll of exit polls indicates the Trinamool might win three seats, which will enable it to hold all the cards.New Delhi: 

Goa might be heading for another hung assembly, much like the cliffhanger of 2017, an aggregate of nine exit polls have predicted. Data indicates both BJP and the Congress will end up with 16 seats each in the 40-member house. The kingmaker will be Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress, which is contesting in the coastal state for the first time in an attempt to build a pan-India image. Poll of exit polls indicates the Trinamool might win three seats, which will enable it to hold all the cards.New Delhi: 

Goa might be heading for another hung assembly, much like the cliffhanger of 2017, an aggregate of nine exit polls have predicted. Data indicates both BJP and the Congress will end up with 16 seats each in the 40-member house. The kingmaker will be Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress, which is contesting in the coastal state for the first time in an attempt to build a pan-India image. Poll of exit polls indicates the Trinamool might win three seats, which will enable it to hold all the cards.New Delhi: 

Goa might be heading for another hung assembly, much like the cliffhanger of 2017, an aggregate of nine exit polls have predicted. Data indicates both BJP and the Congress will end up with 16 seats each in the 40-member house. The kingmaker will be Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress, which is contesting in the coastal state for the first time in an attempt to build a pan-India image. Poll of exit polls indicates the Trinamool might win three seats, which will enable it to hold all the cards.New Delhi: 

Goa might be heading for another hung assembly, much like the cliffhanger of 2017, an aggregate of nine exit polls have predicted. Data indicates both BJP and the Congress will end up with 16 seats each in the 40-member house. The kingmaker will be Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress, which is contesting in the coastal state for the first time in an attempt to build a pan-India image. Poll of exit polls indicates the Trinamool might win three seats, which will enable it to hold all the cards.New Delhi: 

Goa might be heading for another hung assembly, much like the cliffhanger of 2017, an aggregate of nine exit polls have predicted. Data indicates both BJP and the Congress will end up with 16 seats each in the 40-member house. The kingmaker will be Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress, which is contesting in the coastal state for the first time in an attempt to build a pan-India image. Poll of exit polls indicates the Trinamool might win three seats, which will enable it to hold all the cards.New Delhi: 

Goa might be heading for another hung assembly, much like the cliffhanger of 2017, an aggregate of nine exit polls have predicted. Data indicates both BJP and the Congress will end up with 16 seats each in the 40-member house. The kingmaker will be Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress, which is contesting in the coastal state for the first time in an attempt to build a pan-India image. Poll of exit polls indicates the Trinamool might win three seats, which will enable it to hold all the cards.New Delhi: 

Goa might be heading for another hung assembly, much like the cliffhanger of 2017, an aggregate of nine exit polls have predicted. Data indicates both BJP and the Congress will end up with 16 seats each in the 40-member house. The kingmaker will be Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress, which is contesting in the coastal state for the first time in an attempt to build a pan-India image. Poll of exit polls indicates the Trinamool might win three seats, which will enable it to hold all the cards.New Delhi: 

Goa might be heading for another hung assembly, much like the cliffhanger of 2017, an aggregate of nine exit polls have predicted. Data indicates both BJP and the Congress will end up with 16 seats each in the 40-member house. The kingmaker will be Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress, which is contesting in the coastal state for the first time in an attempt to build a pan-India image. Poll of exit polls indicates the Trinamool might win three seats, which will enable it to hold all the cards.New Delhi: 

Goa might be heading for another hung assembly, much like the cliffhanger of 2017, an aggregate of nine exit polls have predicted. Data indicates both BJP and the Congress will end up with 16 seats each in the 40-member house. The kingmaker will be Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress, which is contesting in the coastal state for the first time in an attempt to build a pan-India image.



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