West Bengal Assembly elections 2021 results

West Bengal Assembly elections 2021 results

Fortune of West Bengal power election, start from 8 am

West Bengal had elections in eight phases. People across the country have their eyes fixed on the West Bengal election results as the BJP looks to break into the opposition’s last bastion in the east. The polling was held on March 27, April 6, April 1, April 10, April 17, April 22, April 26 and April 29. In this power race All India Trianmool congress and Bhartiya Janta Party were in fray. However West Bengal have 294 constituencies but 2 seats election postpended in two seats due to the death of candidates.

The ECI has made arrangements for three tier security at each of 108 counting centers. The premises will be guard by personnel of the West Bengal police and central armed police forces. Every counting agent has to produce a Covid 19 negative certificate before entering the counting centers. All the eyes fixed on Nandigram in Purba Medinipur district where CM Mamta Banerjee and BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari is contesting. The counting of votes polled in the West Bengal assembly elections began at 8 am under tight security. Further 84 percent of 73 lakh voters in 30 constituencies during first phase of polling on March 27.

Exit poll agencies forecast analysis

Exit polls predicted victories for the NDA in Assam. LDF in Kerala and DMK led front in Tamil Nadu but disagreed on who would form the next govt. in West Bengal. Axis My India predicts a hung assembly in Bengal with the ruling TMC projected to win 130 to 156 seats and BJP 134 to 160. However, Today Chankaya predicted 164-186 seats for DMK and 46-68 for the incumbent AIADMK LED alliance in Tamil Nadu. Meanwhile, Republic-CNX polls gave the BJP a slight edge. CNX predicted 138-148 seats for the party in the 294 seat assembly and 128-138 to the TMC. India Today forecast All India NR Congress- BJP alliance to win Puducherry with 20-24 seats.

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