“The initial trends reflect the anti-TMC mood. Despite so much terror in Bengal, the people have reposed faith in BJP under the leadership of Narendra Modi and Amit Shah. The days of TMC’s misrule are numbered in Bengal,” Kailash Vijayvargiya said.
The BJP said that the citizens of the state have taken revenge through the vote machine. In the first reaction, BJP general secretary Raju Banerjee said that the anger that the people have against the TMC government have reflected in the vote. As per Banerjee, the BJP will get more than 23 seats in Bengal.
Banerjee believes that the people of the state have chosen the BJP to vote out TMC. He said that the people have votes for Narendra Modi and BJP. He added that the people took revenge of the bullets through the ballot and he hoped that the TMC understood that.