Picture abhi baaki hai... Look what Anupam Mittal says about LS poll result

Several netizens swamped Anupam's comment section expressing their thoughts on the post. One of the users wrote, "Never underestimate the power of anyone."

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Shark Tank Judge and CEO of Shaadi.com Anupam Mittal has expressed his view on the results of the Lok Sabha elections. In a post on X (formerly known as Twitter), the entrepreneur wrote, "Wow, what a mandate - especially UP. That’s why they say ‘Never underestimate the power of the common man’ 🇮🇳 Now all eyes are on BJP's internal power dynamics & NDA politics. Picture abhi baaki hai."

What did the netizen comment? 

Several netizens swamped the Anupam's comment section expressing their thoughts on the post. One of the users wrote, "Never underestimate the power of anyone. Recent Indian election results show how quickly fortunes can change, with underdogs rising and giants stumbling. Every vote and voice matter in shaping our democracy. I've been waiting to hear from you for so long and have sent many requests."

Another user posted, "Let's hope the religious hatred being spread in speeches is replaced with humility and urge to work towards providing education, healthcare and jobs to the common man. Hoping the accusation of EVM rigging now goes out of the window though."

What did the former Shark Tank judge say? 

Ashneer Grover, co-founder of BharatPe took to social media to express his thoughts on the poll results. While visiting the Statue of Liberty in New York, he wrote in a post on X, “Apt day to be visiting ‘The Statue of Liberty!’ As the great Indian Elections wrapped up, the junta showed everyone they can cut across the noise and are smarter than all politicians/pollsters. Respect.”

He emphasized the power of democracy saying that for him the results reinforced his trust in parliamentary democracy. He also highlighted that the public was smart enough they were not focusing on selecting the PM rather they focused on choosing the right MP at the micro constituency level to ensure that the governance at the local level is well-functioned and coordinated.