The Maharashtra Haryana election results will be out in the next 48 hours. The BJP took a gamble for Maharashtra Haryana election results by breaking up with its long time ally Shiv Sena and in the absence of a credible face in the state it was left to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to spearhead a high decibel BJP campaign. Various exit polls have predicted that BJP is in a pole position in Maharashtra Haryana election results. It is tipped to get between 124 and 151 seats for Maharashtra Haryana election results. So going by the pollsters, BJP is likely to become the single largest party and may even get a majority on its own after Maharashtra Haryana election results. However, if BJP falls short of the magic figure of 145, it will be forced to consider the option of aligning with another party after Maharashtra Haryana election results. While politics is an art of possibility, the chances of BJP and the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) after Maharashtra Haryana election results of forming an alliance at this moment seems remote as state BJP leaders are not keen on it. NCP has a scam-tainted image and BJP will not like that dead weight on its back post Maharashtra Haryana election results. There were rumours of a secret deal between NCP and BJP to tie up post Maharashtra Haryana election results. Many believe it is an indirect admission that BJP will reach out to its former ally after Maharashtra Haryana election results if it fails to muster the numbers on its own. The possibility of Sena-MNS alliance seems doomed by Maharashtra Haryana election results, which have given Raj Thackeray's party between 3 to 12 seats.