Satta Bazaar 2022 Predictions
Punters largely consist of traders in commodities like cotton, gold and silver. The vast majority of punters are from the gold and silver markets, where the stakes are upwards of Rs 10,000 crore. However, losses in Covid have curbed punters' enthusiasm. As the result day approaches, punters' rates will either rise or fall. They will make money by betting on the winning side, or lose it if the result is for Goa.
BJP to retain power in Uttar Pradesh
BJP will definitely retain power in Uttar Pradesh in Satta Bazaar 2022, but it will take less seats to do so. According to ABP News and CVoter's Battle for the States Tracker, the electoral contest in the biggest state in India is bipolar, with the BJP and Samajwadi Party dominating the race. While the SP party is also expected to win many seats, it's largely marginal in the election.
In January, satta bazaar bookies predicted that the BJP would win 230 seats, with the party losing around 80 seats. Nevertheless, predictions have changed as the phases have progressed. In March, the BJP has a projected win of 220 seats, and by the time it reaches the final phase, they'll have a hefty majority.
The bookies say the BJP will retain power in the state, despite the fact that they're losing a lot of seats in recent elections. The biggest question is: Will they get back to power? The bookies say no, but they don't rule out the possibility. Some predict that a rematch of the BJP-Congress alliance will help the BJP.
A recent survey shows that a majority of voters believe the Samajwadi Party to emerge the main opposition in the next Satta Bazaar. However, the predictions are not without doubt. The SP has a good candidate and will be able to bag more than 130 seats in the fourth phase. However, there are many reasons why this prediction may be wrong.
A major factor is its reputation of confronting establishment on the streets. The party's stance against CAA protests has earned it respect among locals and is not likely to change anytime soon. But the BJP has a track record of confronting the establishment on the streets. The SP is careful not to portray itself as a Hindu-Muslim party because it does not want a communal binary.
The Samajwadi Party inherited the Mandal legacy from the Socialist Party. It consistently posted the best results in rural and backward caste-majority districts. It is also expected to gain seats in UP's Western region, where the party has a strong following. It is expected to win at least 225 parliamentary seats and lose 5-7 seats to the Bahujan Samaj Party.
After the Gujarat assembly election, the Mumbai satta bazaar will be flooded with punters betting crores of rupees on the BJP. The odds of BJP winning 220 seats in Gujarat are at 83-14%. It has not won the state for the past 21 years, but the farmers have changed the equation. They will bring more votes than ever to the BJP, and they should take a majority in the state.
The most lucid indication of the poll predictions made by the sattaking bazaar are the odds offered by the bookmakers. While it is not impossible for the BJP to win two-thirds of the seats in the state, punters believe the party will win power in the Centre. They have speculated about the hurdles faced by the party and the potential of last-minute BJP manipulation. They have a good chance of winning 220 seats in the upcoming Satta Bazaar elections.
The political punters market is a thriving illegal betting industry in India. During the last by-election, the BJP got around 50% of the votes in the Satta king Bazaar, whereas the Congress gained only 17%. This indicates that BJP has a clear advantage over the Congress, but it is too early to call which candidate will win the state.