29th April, 2021
According to exit poll trends regarding the West Bengal assembly elections, there may be a close contest between the BJP and the Trinamool Congress. In the poll of the two channels, where the BJP is ahead with a slight difference. At the same time, according to two, the TMC is seen forming the government again. At the same time, according to one channel, the BJP can make a big upset. According to the trend of exit polls of ABP and Times Now, TMC is seen to form the government again. At the same time, according to exit poll of India TV, there may be a big upsurge in the state. According to this, the BJP seems to get an absolute majority. At the same time, Trinamool seems to be shrinking on less than 100 seats. According to Republic India, BJP seems to be getting an edge. Apart from this, in the exit poll of Aaj Tak, BJP and Trinamool are witnessing a tough fight.
West Bengal Exit Polls Highlights:
Aaj Tak's exit poll is witnessing a tough fight between BJP and Trinamool. Accordingly, TMC is seen getting 130–156 seats, BJP 134–160 and Congress + 0–2 seats.
The BJP appears to be getting a majority in India TV's exit poll. According to this, BJP can get 173-192, TMC 64-88 and Congress + 7-12 seats.
According to the exit poll of ABP, the Trinamool Congress is seen coming back to power in the state. According to this TMC can get 152–164 seats. BJP can get 109-121 seats. Congress + can get 14-25 seats.
According to Republic India, BJP seems to be getting an edge. According to this TMC can get 126–136, BJP 138–148 and Congress + 11–21 seats.
According to the exit poll of Times Now, TMC is seen imposing hat-trick. Accordingly, TMC is getting 158 seats, BJP 115 and Congress + 19 seats.
Exit polls are released only after elections
Explain that the exit poll figures are released by various media institutions after the completion of the voting of all the phases. Through this, it is tried to find out in whose favor the election result is coming. Which party is going to form the government. However, sometimes they prove to be wrong as well. According to the rules, exit polls were issued only after the elections, so that the elections could be made fair. It is believed that the first show may affect the voter. This is against Section 126A of the Representation of the People Act, 1951.
Voting in eight phases
Let us tell you that voting took place in eight phases in West Bengal. On March 27, 84.13 percent in the first phase, 86.11 percent in the second phase on April 1, 84.61 percent in the third phase on April 6, 79.90 percent in the fourth phase on April 10, 82.49 percent in the fifth phase on April 17, the sixth phase on April 22. There was 82 percent voting, 76.90 percent voting in seventh phase on 26 April and 76.07 percent in the eighth phase on 29 April. The entire election in the province was affected by violence. The results will be announced on May 2.
Category: India: Election