As the state elections come closer Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh look at high bets on Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) to dominate one more time whereas Rajasthan looks at Congress being the favourites of the bookies. If Bharatiya Janta Party wins in Madhya Pradesh it will complete their 20 years mark as the ruiling party.
According to the latest opinion polls published on 2nd November, BJP is most likely to win 43 seats, while Indian National Congress is likely to have 42 seats and the remaining 5 seats will be won by others. However, to have majority both Bharatiya Janta Party and Indian National Congress will be needing 46 seats in the state elections so it is assumed that the remaining six seats by other parties will play a crucial role.
Will these state elections could be the game changer for Congress or would it be BJP dominance for the fourth time in Madhya Pradesh remains a serious question for political fanatics but, it’s high tide for the bookies to set their sail under the betting horizon.
If the bookies are to be believed, the satta markets are rooting for BJP to win the state elections in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. The satta rates for BJP win is INR 11000 for INR 10000 whereas for Congress to win the rate is INR 10000 for INR 4400.
The difference in the return amount in both the scenarios will even rise or fall once the list of candidates are finalised by both the parties. “We believe that BJP will win in this election but a Congress comeback in Madhya Pradesh has a higher profit margin. Punters would have to decide on which political party to bet after the tickets are finalised,” said a bookie.
After government making their grip firm on Satta games and other betting games, punters started betting on cricket mainly but it is the election season, it is the festive time for the bookies.
Satta market turns in revenue in crores in election season and now with the advancement of technology, bettors and punters are betting online on websites and mobile applications leaving the law and order clueless to track the money. On an average, the capital city of Bhopal records at least three cases of betting being registered with the law and order.