Assembly Election Results 2021 LIVE: Mamata’s biggest upset in West Bengal’s politics but TMC leads West Bengal

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New Delhi: Assembly Election Results 2021 have started coming in the assembly elections held in 4 states and one union territory, including West Bengal. According to the initial trends, TMC has got a majority in Bengal, although BJP is seen giving tough competition in the state. At the same time, the BJP is seen growing in Assam and the DMK’s sting in Tamil Nadu.

In trends, the LDF, the Left stronghold in Kerala, seems to be returning to power and has also achieved a majority figure. At the same time, BJP is looking to gain in Puducherry. By the afternoon, the picture of the results will be clearer and by the evening the results of these five states are expected to be clear.

TMC gets majority in Bengal

Out of 292 seats in Bengal, trends have emerged in 292 seats, TMC on 201 seats and BJP on 89 seats. The most important thing is that Mamata Banerjee is trailing Nandigram and Suvendu Adhikari has just made an edge there. In Tollygunge, BJP candidate and Union Minister Babul Supriyo have also lagged. To get a majority, the magic figure of 147 seats is required by TMC.

In Singur seat, Trinamool Congress minister and candidate Becharam Manna are leading ahead of BJP’s Rabindranath Bhattacharya. TMC candidate from Bhawanipur,  Sovandeb Chattopadhyay is leading and Firhad Hakim is also leading from the Kolkata Port constituency.

Kerala and Tamil Nadu trends

Talking about the trends in Kerala, there are signs of Pinarayi Vijayan-led Left Front returning to power. LDF has also got a majority in the trends and the left front has the edge over 70 out of 140 seats. At the same time, Congress’s UDF has an edge over 45 seats. In Kerala, which has a history of swapping power, the LDF is on the verge of creating history by returning.

In Kerala, Chief Minister Vijayan, Health Minister KK Selja, former Chief Minister Oommen Chandy, Leader of the Opposition Ramesh Chennithala, leads in their respective seats. State BJP president K Surendran is trailing behind Konni and Manjeshwaram. There are signs of change of power in Tamil Nadu. Of the 234 seats there, DMK has 131 and the ruling AIADMK leads in only 93 seats.

Trends of Assam and Puducherry

The ruling BJP is seen returning to the northeastern state of Assam. Out of 126 seats in Assam, BJP has 79 and Congress has 43 seats. Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma and AGP Chief and Minister Atul Bora are leading ahead of Majuli, Jalukbari and Bokakhat respectively.

Congress Legislature Party chief Debabrata Saikia and his assistant Rakibul Hussain are trailing Nazira and Samaguri respectively. At the same time, if there is a fight between Puducherry and the BJP and Congress in 30 seats here. BJP has 8 seats and Congress has 3 seats. So far, the trends of 17 seats have come here.

Results will be different from trends: Vijayvargiya

BJP general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya on Sunday expressed confidence that his party will form the government in the state amidst the counting of votes in Bengal. He said that the initial trends from the counting of postal ballots do not indicate electoral results. BJP’s in-charge of West Bengal Vijayvargiya said, “By evening, we will cross the magic figures.” I am confident that a BJP government will be formed in the state. ”He said that the BJP, which won three seats in the last assembly elections, is making good progress.”

Counting under tight security in Bengal

A 3-tier system of security has been made at 108 counting centres in Bengal, where the strong room has the EVM machine and voter-verifiable paper audit trail (VVPAT) in tight security. At least 292 supervisors and 256 companies of Central Security Forces (CRPF) are deployed at the counting centres spread over 23 districts.

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