Gandhi's appeal to workers came a day after opposition parties raised concerns over reports of alleged tampering of EVMs and asked the Election Commission to ensure transparency in counting.
LJD chief Sharad Yadav said all exit polls are wrong and far from the truth and that the reality will be out on Thursday.
Kamal Nath mocked the exit polls that predicted a majority for the NDA in the Lok Sabha elections calling them entertainment polls.
India has as many as 900 million voters in an election that culminates this week, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ruling coalition headed for apparent victory.
They painted a hazy picture of Andhra Pradesh Assembly, elections for which were held along with Lok Sabha seats on April 11.
Most exit polls have forecast another term for Prime Minister Modi, with some of them projecting that the BJP-led NDA would get over 300 seats to comfortably cross the majority mark.
Arresting an economic slowdown and nursing the nation’s financial sector back to health will be the immediate priorities for the next administration.
The author has also put four options on who will be politically 'blamed', if the exit poll projections come true on Thursday.
Last year in October, former PM HD Deve Gowda and his protege-turned-political rival Siddaramaiah addressed their first joint press conference in Bengaluru after a gap of nearly 12 years.
With just 48 hours to counting day, a delegation of opposition leaders will on Tuesday visit the Election Commission (EC) demanding that VVPATs in assembly segments be counted in case
Dismissing the exit poll predictions, the Trinamool said on Monday that its internal reports from districts and from every constituency said the party would win the Lok Sabha elections comfortably.
Sources said all three will skip a meeting of opposition parties called in Delhi on Tuesday, though the Congress will participate.
Buoyed by the exit polls predicting Modi will comfortably get a second term in office, Shah has invited all NDA allies for a meeting followed by dinner. Modi will participate in that meeting as well.
Naidu, who reached here from Amaravati, held a 45-minute-long meeting with Banerjee on the future strategies of the "Mahagatbandhan" (Grand Alliance), the highly-placed sources said.
A Congress leader said that Uttar Pradesh appears to have remained a weak spot for the party as it was not part of 'gathbandhan' of SP, BSP and RLD.