The counting of votes for the West Bengal assembly elections continues. Among the early trends, the BJP and TMC are seen to have a close fight.
However, both TMC and BJP have crossed the 100-seat mark in Bengal. So far, the initial trends of 213 seats have come in Bengal, in which the contest between BJP and TMC is on par.
In trends, TMC 106 and BJP is leading in 103 seats. The Congress-Left alliance is leading in 2 seats and the other 2 seats.
In the midst of aggressive propaganda, counter-attacks, political turmoil that has been going on for 33 days, it will be very clear today which party will rise in the masnad of Bengal.
Although most of the booth-return polls show that the Trinamool Congress is a bit heavy-handed, the fight seems to be fierce.
Meanwhile, the United Front of the optimistic Left, the Congress and the Indian Secular Front. The United Front believes that, although the Boothferat survey hints at a collapse, People have chosen ‘secular alliance’ as an alternative to Trinamool and BJP.
The political circles are keeping an eye on whether any party can cross that border alone on Sunday. It will be clear in a few hours. Thus, the 2021 West Bengal Assembly elections have been held in eight phases in 292 constituencies.
Voting will take place there on May 16. The results will be released on May 19. In other words, the magic figure in the 294-seat West Bengal Assembly is 146. The political circles are keeping an eye on whether any party can cross that border alone on Sunday. It will be clear in a few hours.
The 2021 West Bengal Assembly elections have been held in eight phases in 292 constituencies. The voting process started from March 26, which ended last Thursday evening.
Voters in Samsherganj and Jangipur did not cast their votes on the fixed day in those two constituencies as the candidates of the United Front died of coronavirus.