Regulator Sebi, as well as stock exchanges, have stepped up surveillance to keep a close tab on possible manipulations and excessive volatility in the markets ahead of Assembly elections results in Karnataka.
Votes will be counted on Tuesday and exit polls and other surveys have often been wrong in India.
"From very beginning for last six months I have been telling that Congress party will get majority". At 6 feet you drown!
The exit polls run by Republic TV-Jan Ki Baat and ABP-CVoter predicted that the BJP will emerge as the largest party by getting 95-114 and 97-109 seats, respectively.
Asked about the poll outcome in Karnataka, Tharoor, who campaigned for the Congress candidates in the southern state, said, "I do not believe in some of the exit polls I have seen". We are coming back.
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"Exit polls are entertainment for the next 2 days".
The Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Sunday said that he will not object if the Congress high command wants to appoint a Dalit as the new Karnataka CM but stated that the high command should not impose the decision. Polling in two assembly constituencies have been countered and deferred till May 28. However, powerful Vokkaliga (Gowda) leader and senior Congress leader DK Shivakumar indicated that the question of chief ministership is open in the event of the Congress forming the Government.
As many as four Exit Polls - have predicted that BJP, whose strength was reduced to mere 40 largely owing to split after Mr Yeddyurappa had walked out of the party, will win more than 100 seats out of 222 seats for which polling took place on Saturday. The Congress knows it is going to lose.
"Our own internal surveys have not let us down as majority have predicted that we will emerge as the single largest party and form the government".
His comments come at a time as he awaits the results of his fierce electoral fight from two constituencies in the 15th Legislative Assembly elections - Chamundeshwari and Badami. He had said earlier in the day that the BJP's chief ministerial candidate B S Yeddyurappa was "mentally disturbed" to have claimed that the BJP would form the next government.
Siddaramaiah's statement triggered speculation that Congress is anticipating a fractured verdict and is playing the Dalit card to negotiate a post-poll tie up with the JD (S).