West Bengal Election Results 2021: Mamata’s biggest victory in 50 years in Bengal, no party got so many votes

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New Delhi: Mamata has hit a hat-trick of victory in West Bengal. In the coming five years, she will run the government of the absolute majority. With this victory, she holds another record. She will win 213 seats (if Leading wins 3 seats), so she has also demolished her 2016 record. He won 2011 seats in 2016. In the history of Bengal, no party could get so many seats. At the same time, the records that his party has made are even more important. This is seen for the first time in 50 years when the people of Bengal have voted so much for anyone party. Let us also tell you how much TMC and other big parties got votes in West Bengal.

TMC gets 48 per cent votes

In the 2021 election of West Bengal, TMC was loved by the people of Bengal more than in 2016. While TMC got around 44 per cent of the vote in 2016, this time the number went up to around 48 per cent. At the same time, the number of seats has also increased. Mamata’s party had won 211 seats in 2016, while this time she is seen winning 213 seats. BJP is second in Bengal this time. Due to which this time it has got a 38 per cent vote. Also won 77 seats. The BJP won just 3 seats in 2016 and got around 10 per cent of the votes. That is, BJP’s vote bank has increased by 28 per cent last time.

Which party got how many votes in the 2021 election

Party Name Vote (In Percentage)

TMC 47.93
BJP 38.14
CPIM 04.72
Cong 02.94
Other 05.19
Nota 01.08

For the first time in 50 years

The special thing is that for the first time in the last 50 years, it has been seen that more than 45 per cent of the voters of Bengal have voted in favour of any one party. Before that, Congress R received 49.08 per cent of votes in the 1972 election. TMC itself also missed the 2016 election with a slight margin of touching the 45 per cent figure. This time Mamata has reached this figure of 48 per cent, which is a big achievement. Before the Congress, the United Front and the Congress were able to cross this figure. While the CPIM ruled Bengal for many years, it won consecutive elections from 1977 to 1991 and 1996 to 2006, but it never got 40 per cent of the votes.

Which party got how many votes in the history of Bengal

Year party vote (in per cent)

1952 Congress 63.56
1957 Congress 46.14
1962 Congress 47.29
1967 Congress 41.13
1969 United Front 49.70
1972 Congress R 49.08
1977 CPIM 35.46
1982 CPIM 38.49
1987 CPIM 39.12
1991 CPIM 35.37
1996 Congress 39.48
2001 CPIM 36.59
2006 CPIM 37.13
2011 TMC 38.93
2016 TMC 44.91

Never happened in 70 years

Never in the last 70 years in Bengal’s electoral history when a party has got 50 per cent or more votes. In 1952, assembly elections were held in Bengal for the first time and the Congress got 63.56 per cent of the votes in it. After that, no one has received 50 per cent of the votes since then. The United Front tried to reach the 50 per cent figure in the 1969 election but was left behind by a slight margin. If we talk about Congress today, it did not get even 3% per cent of the votes in the 2021 elections.



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