Stalin and Palanisamy Controversy Views on Exit PollsVijayan Sankar (Author) Published Date : May 20, 2019 17:02 IST
Stalin and Palanisamy Controversy Views on Exit PollsStalin meeting presspersons outside Karunanidhi's house a few hours back said he is not worried about if the exit polls are either in favour or against their party. Contrary to this Chief Minister Palanisamy meeting press at Salem Airport said that exit polls are false. Stalin said will decide on 23rd May of being part of any Government formed at the centre.
In a surprising answer to a question by one of the reporters of being part of any next Government, Stalin said it can be decided only after the results on 23rd May. Also Stalin counter questioned a reporter when asked will he attend the opposition meeting on 23rd May. He shot back at the reporter asking him who said there is a meeting on 23rd May. It is in contrary to the letter sent by Sonia Gandhi, Chairperson of Congress to all non- BJP parties to attend the meeting on 23rd May.
Chief Minister Palanisamy says Exit polls are falseDuring the interaction with the press at Salem airport, Chief Minister rubbished the exit polls. But when asked about the exit polls predicting victory for BJP he said that his party is only concerned with Tamil Nadu state. He also said that his party is not a national party. He confirmed the press that AIADMK will win all the Lok Sabha and assembly seats. He also confirmed that it was the same way that in 2016 DMK was predicted to get a majority by exit polls. He asked the reporters what happened and supported his claim of exit polls are false.
For the next two days till the morning of 23rd May, exit polls are going to rule the roost of the news. It may help opposition unite, stock markets rise Satta bazaar active, reporters on edge, and many more. But the ground reality and the mandate of the people will be only known on 23rd May.
Stalin and Palanisamy Controversy Views on Exit Polls