2nd May, 2021
Counting of votes continues in five states including West Bengal. The counting of votes continues in Nandigram, which is said to be the most high-profile seat of Bengal. The contest here is seen in favor of Suvendu Adhikari. On one side is CM Mamata Banerjee and on the other hand, Suvendu Adhikari has joined the BJP, leaving the TMC. Nandigram was chosen by Mamata Banerjee leaving her Bhawanipur seat to challenge Suvendu. Now it has to be seen who the public has shown confidence in here. All electoral pundits are eyeing Nandigram. Two of Bengal's strongest leaders Mamta Banerjee and Suvendu Adhikari are face to face from here. Regardless of who formed the government in Bengal, the victory and defeat in Nandigram have a different significance. Nandigram's battle for both Mamta and Suvendu has become a nose fight.
Mamta Banerjee goes ahead in Nandigram
Mamta Banerjee, who was trailing in the Nandigram seat of Bengal since morning, has now been ahead. This is the first time in trends that Mamata Banerjee has surpassed Shubhendu Adhikari. It is being told that Mamata Banerjee is now ahead of BJP's Shubhendu Adhikari by nearly 27 00 votes.
Suvendu Adhikari ahead in seventh round also
Suvendu Adhikari of BJP ahead of 8858 in seventh round also. Suvendu Adhikari got 49184 votes, Mamta Banerjee 40325 and Left Front candidate Meenakshi Mukherjee 8749 votes.
Suvendu Adhikari leads by 7,237 votes after sixth round
After the sixth round, Suvendu Adhikari has once again taken a big lead over Mamta Banerjee. In the sixth round, Suvendu Adhikari of the BJP was leading over TMC candidate Mamta Banerjee by 7237 votes. In this round, Suvendu has got 42,574 votes, Mamta 35,337 and Left Front candidate Meenakshi Mukherjee has got only 2258 votes. The seventh-round count continues.
Mamta Banerjee by 3,110 votes after fifth round
As the number of votes in Nandigram increases, the contest is getting interesting. After trailing by the third round, Mamta Banerjee has taken the lead in the fourth and fifth rounds. However, Mamata Banerjee is trailing by 3,110 votes in the total counting of votes after the fifth round.
Suvendu leads by 4,000 votes after the fourth round
The difference in votes between Mamata and Suvendu Adhikari has decreased slightly after the fourth round of counting in Nandigram. Suvendu Adhikari is currently leading by 4,000 votes. Earlier he was leading by over 8,000 votes.
Mamta lagged behind in the third round as well
Mamata Banerjee is trailing continuously on the Nandigram seat. Suvendu Adhikari leads by over 8,000 votes after the third round.
Mamta behind Nandigram, Suvendu ahead
The trends of Bengal elections have started coming. Among the early trends, Mamata Banerjee is seen lagging behind in Nandigram. Suvendu officials are leading from the high profile seat Nandigram. The counting of postal ballots is still going on. It is being told that Mamta Banerjee has been following in Nandigram for quite a while. BJP's Suvendu officer has retained the lead. Suvendu Adhikari leads by 4551 votes.
TMC occupied Nandigram since 2009
The Nandigram assembly seat in the East Medinipur district of West Bengal has been under the control of the ruling TMC since 2009. In 2016, a total of 87 percent of the votes were cast in Nandigram. In 2016, Suvendu Adhikari from TMC defeated Abdul Kabir Sekh of CPM by a margin of 81,230 votes.
8 candidates from Nandigram on the field
8 candidates are in the fray from Nandigram. Mamta and Suvendu will be pitted against Meenakshi Mukherjee of CPM. Apart from these, Manoj Kumar Das of Socialist Unity Center of India (Communist) and Independent candidates Deepak Kumar Gayen, Subrata Bose, SK Saddam Hussain and Swapan Purua are also candidates from here.
Mamta Banerjee also did Chandi recitation in Nandigram
By the way, Mamata Banerjee also chanted from the stage during the election rally to attract Hindu voters in Nandigram. Mamta also visited several temples in Nandigram during the election campaign. In such a situation, this time there is a very interesting contest in Nandigram and it is difficult to say anything till the final result is reached here.
Minakshi can spoil Mamta's game
The CPI (M) fielded youth leader Minakshi Mukherjee after Mamata Banerjee announced her contest from Nandigram. Minakshi has a good hold among the young voters. Minakshi may not be seen in the competition here, but she can spoil the game of either Suvendu Adhikari and Mamta Banerjee. In particular, Minakshi can do more harm to Mamta because whatever Muslim vote she will cut, it will directly harm Mamta. Actually, the CPI (M) also traditionally has a cadre vote and this area has been its stronghold before the Nandigram movement in 2007-08.
Suvendu has great influence in Nandigram
Actually, Suvendu, who was with Mamata Banerjee in the famous Nandigram movement, is considered the poster boy of this movement. Suvendu, who comes from the former Medinipur district, has a lot of influence in this area. He won from here by contesting on TMC ticket in 2016. The officer has also been a minister in Mamta Banerjee's government.
Before the election, Suvendu had rebelled against TMC
Please tell that Suvendu Adhikari had joined the BJP by breaking ties with TMC before the election.
Mamata Banerjee announced to contest from Nandigram seat after Suvendu joined the BJP. Earlier, after TMC formed the government in 2011, Mamta contested from Bhawanipur seat in Kolkata and became an MLA. Mamta Banerjee's home area is also Bhawanipur. However, this time Mamata is contesting from Nandigram instead of Bhawanipur seat.
Trinamool is going ahead in Bengal
Here, if we look at the election results of Bengal, the Trinamool Congress is leading in the initial trends. The Trinamool Congress was leading in 197 seats, while the BJP was lagging behind in 92 seats, trailing the majority mark in the trends. The spacing of seats between Trinamool and BJP has now increased considerably.
Category: India: Election