In the first press conference that Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi addressed with Mr. Yadav, he had said that while the BJP's ideology was unsafe for India, the BSP's was not. The BSP has cited the exit polls of Bihar Assembly Elections 2015 that failed miserably after predicting a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) sweep in the state. Singh told News18, that Rahul Gandhi and Akhilesh Yadav neither had any issue nor any concrete plan for the elections.
The BSP, however, has said that it was not thinking of alliance with anyone to form the government.
After the Exit Polls, analysis Samajwadi Party leader Akhilesh Yadav gave a strong hint that he was open to a post-election tie-up with the Mayawati-led Bahujan Samaj Party to form a mahagathbandhan to check the BJP surge.
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The Election Commission has said a 100-metre area around a counting centre should be demarcated as a pedestrian zone and no vehicles should be allowed within this perimeter.
"I address the leader of the BSP with a respectable name (bua) and would not like to say anything beyond this as of now", he said when asked about aligning with BSP chief Mayawati. "We will not let the BJP rule Uttar Pradesh". But it is a given that we will take support from Mayawati if there is a hung House. But sources on both sides said that nothing could be ruled out since Akhilesh's temperament is different from that of Mulayam Singh Yadav whose supporters had once locked Mayawati up in a guesthouse in 1995, driving her to ally with the BJP the very next day and form the government. In fact, some exit polls have even indicated a clear mandate for the BJP in Uttar Pradesh. However, exit polls remain short of accuracy as Bihar Exit polls showed a clear win for BJP and finally the JD, RJD, Congress combine won the elections as shown in the table below that is circulating in Twitter now. The India Today-Axis poll has predicted a landslide victory for the BJP in Uttar Pradesh with the party expected to win a whopping 251-279 seats. In Uttarakhand and Goa, the exit polls put the BJP ahead of the Congress.