Even within the two days after polling in MP on November 28, satta markets in Indore and Bhopal reportedly backed Congress citing the file turnout of 75%, sources mentioned. In newest hypothesis, the market is accepting bets on over 120 seats for Congress and 98-plus for BJP. “Bookies typically lay bets on the occasion of influential netas,” BJP’s Bhopal MP Alok Sanjat informed TOI on Friday, including he believes Congress is spreading rumours in regards to the satta market getting into its favour in a bid to affect Rajasthan polls.
Congress scoffed at BJP’s allegations and mentioned figures are primarily based on market observations. Forward of MP ballot, the satta bazaar reportedly started by giving BJP a straightforward win, after which swung to root for Congress a few week earlier than vote day.