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UP election : "We Fought As Hard As We Could" says Priyanka Gandhi

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Lucknow: Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra said that her party fought hard during the election.

Ms Priyanka Gandhi, who was a major force in the Uttar Pradesh election, remarked, "We did our best. We will wait and see the results."

She arrived in Lucknow on Tuesday as part of the party's 'Ladki Hoon, Lad Sakti Hoon' campaign in Uttar Pradesh.

Mrs Priyanka Gandhi said, "Today's march in Lucknow is to recognize our 159 women candidates."

Exit polls indicate the BJP is likely to get a comfortable majority with its allies in the 403-member Uttar Pradesh Assembly where the majority mark is 202.

The exit poll by News18-P MARQ predicts that the BJP and its allies will be able to obtain 240 seats, Samajwadi Party and its allies 140 seats, BSP 17 seats, and Congress 4 seats.

Exit polls conducted by NewsX-Polstrat predict that the BJP will win 211-225 seats, SP-RLD will win 146-160, BSP will win 14-24, and Congress will win four to six seats.

Times Now-Veto exit polls predicted 225 seats for the BJP, 151 for SP-RLD, 14 for BSP, and nine for Congress.

According to the India News-Jan Ki Baat exit poll, the BJP may win 222-260 seats, the SP would win 135-165 seats, the BSP would win 4-9 seats, and the Congress could take one to three seats.

According to Today's Chanakya, BJP is likely to win 294 seats, SP-RLD will get 105 seats, and BSP will get 2 seats. Congress may get one seat while others might get one as well, the survey said.

A set of exit polls was released after the final phase of the electoral process in Uttar Pradesh. Votes will be counted on March 10.

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