2nd May, 2021
The counting of votes for the Bengal assembly elections continues from 8 am on Sunday at all 108 counting centers in the state. During this time, the fate of a total of 2,116 candidates who are trying their luck in the assembly elections will be decided. The Trinamool Congress is slowly moving towards a hat-trick. That is, it is seen coming to power for the third time in a row. According to the Election Commission, results for 152 seats out of 292 have been declared. Of this, TMC has won 120 seats. It is ahead at 94. At the same time, BJP has won 31 seats. 45 is ahead. Others have won one seat. During the election, Mamta Banerjee gave the slogan 'Khela Hobe'. This means that must have played and looked at the results, it is felt that 'Khela ho gayche' in Bengal. That is, it has been played. Khela also happened that in the electoral fray alone, the leaders of other parties, including BJP, were caught. Let us know that from March 27 to April 29, elections were held in eight phases for the Bengal assembly elections.
- Has written a letter to the Trinamool Congress Chief Electoral Office, West Bengal, demanding immediate re-counting of Nandigram's votes.
According to the news agency ANI, a three-member delegation of the Trinamool Congress met the Chief Electoral Officer at the Election Commission's office in Kolkata and demanded a recounting in Nandigram. At the same time, Mamta Banerjee has also said to go to court.
- Results of 152 seats were declared by the Election Commission by 9:15 pm. Of this, TMC has won 120 seats. It is ahead at 94. At the same time, BJP has won 31 seats. 45 is ahead. Others have won one seat.
According to the Election Commission, the result of 115 seats has come at the moment. TMC has won 93 seats. Comes ahead at 123. At the same time, BJP has won 21 seats. Moving ahead at 53. Others have won one seat.
According to the Election Commission, the results of 86 seats out of 292 have come. At present, the Trinamool Congress is leading in 147 seats. On the other hand, it has won 69 seats. BJP is leading in 58 seats. He has won at 16. One has won the other.
According to the Election Commission, the results of 22 seats out of 292 have come. At present, the Trinamool Congress is leading in 190 seats. At the same time, she has won 18 seats. BJP is leading in 79 seats. He has won at three. One has won the other.
Nandigram, the hottest seat of the Bengal Legislative Assembly, has undergone a major upsurge in a collision between the forks. It was earlier reported that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee defeated BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari by 1,200 votes. But, meanwhile, it is now reported that Suvendu defeated him by 1957 votes. However, the Election Commission has not yet officially announced it. Earlier during the press conference, on the question about Nandigram, Mamta herself said that she accepted the decision of the people of Nandigram. However, she did not explicitly say that she had lost. Mamta said- Forget it, Nandigram. We live all over Bengal. Since the counting of votes began, this seat was witnessing a thorn contest. Sometimes Mamata and Suvendu were walking ahead.
According to the Election Commission, the results of six seats out of 292 have come. At present, the Trinamool Congress is leading in 208 seats. At the same time, she has won 5 seats. BJP is leading in 76 seats. He has won one.
According to the Election Commission, the results of four seats out of 292 have come. At present, the Trinamool Congress is leading in 202 seats. At the same time, she has won four seats. BJP is leading in 83 seats.
According to the Election Commission, the results of three seats out of 292 have come. At present, the Trinamool Congress is leading in 206 seats. At the same time, she has won three seats. BJP is leading in 80 seats.
According to the Election Commission, the results of two seats out of 292 have come. At present, the Trinamool Congress is leading in 205 seats. At the same time, she has won two seats. The BJP was leading in 81 seats.
- Mamta Banerjee defeated Suvendu Adhikari by 1200 votes in a thrilling contest in Nandigram. Right now TMC 213 and BJP are leading in 77 seats.
- Controversial fight between Suvendu Adhikari and Mamta Banerjee in Nandigram. Mamta Banerjee again got ahead in the 17th round by 820 votes. Counting of last round continues.
According to the Election Commission, currently TMC 202 and BJP ahead in 82 seats.
- Thorn bump in Nandigram. Mamta Banerjee is back again. According to the official trends of the Election Commission, BJP candidate Suvendu Adhikari leads from Nandigram by 6 votes after the 16th round of counting. Now there is only one round left.
According to the Election Commission, TMC is currently leading in 203 seats and BJP in 81 seats.
- In all the five assembly constituencies of Darjeeling district, the Trinamool Congress and its ally Gorkha Janmukti Morcha are seen to be losing badly. In all the five assembly constituencies falling under Darjeeling district, the Bharatiya Janata Party candidates are leading.
During the election, Mamta Banerjee gave the slogan of Khela Hobe. This meant that it must have been played and so far, looking at the counting of votes, it seems that it has been played in Bengal. Khela also happened that in the electoral fray alone, the leaders of other parties, including BJP, were caught. TMC is leading in more than 200 seats. BJP at 80 seats.
By 2 pm, the ruling party of the state, Trinamool Congress, was leading in more than 200 seats compared to the main opposition party Bharatiya Janata Party. The BJP seems to be narrowing down to less than 80 seats.
- West Bengal: TMC supporters celebrating in Nandigram amid Trinamool Congress gaining lead in assembly election trends. The Trinamool Congress was leading in 202 seats.
According to the information, TMC is leading in 201 seats at this time. At the same time, BJP is leading in 78 seats. Many giants are trailing, including Babylon Supriyo. According to the information being received, Mamta Banerjee has overtaken Suvendu Adhikari in Nandigram.
- In Jaipur, BJP is ahead by 1172 votes, in Kashipur BJP is ahead in 1027 votes, in Manbazar, Trinamool Congress is ahead in 2407 votes, in Raghunathpur, Trinamool Congress is ahead in 963 votes, BJP in Para is ahead in 1302 votes, in Walrampur. Trinamool Congress is ahead in 341 votes, Trinamool Congress is ahead in Purulia in 6 round 5 votes.
- Matigada-Naxalbari- Anandamay Burman (BJP) - 33147, Rajen Sundas (TMC) - 18900, Shankar Malakar (United Front) - 6343. Anandamay Burman of BJP by 14246 votes.
- 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.
Gautam Dev, the state's tourism minister and the Trinamool Congress candidate from Dabgram Phulwari came out with about 700 votes in the eighth round after trailing by seven consecutive rounds.
- The entire nation's eyes are set on Nandigram, the most high profile seat in the state. The contest here is between Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and BJP's Suvendu Adhikari. The counting of six rounds at the First Government sponsored high school at Vasudevpur, Haldia has been completed. 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. This seat has been dominated by TMC since 2009.
- TMC's double century in trends. TMC 202 seats ahead. BJP leads in 88 seats only. There is a possibility of major reversal this time on the state's most high profile Nandigram seat. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee lagged behind in the riots in Nandigram, Suvendu Adhikari by over 7,000 votes.
- Matigada-Naxalbari- Anandamay Burman (BJP) - 26528, Rajen Sundas (TMC) - 14953, Shankar Malakar (United Front) - 4947. Anandamay Burman of BJP by 11575 votes. Hangedwa - Chhotan Kisku (TMC) - 7903, Durga Murmu (BJP) - 22012, Sunil Chandra Tirkey (United Front) - 1335. Durga Murmu of BJP by 14109 votes.
- Trinamool has crossed the majority mark in the trends. BJP is below 100. Many stalwarts including Mamata Banerjee, Babul Supriyo and Swapan Dasgupta are lagging behind.
According to the Election Commission, the Trinamool Congress is leading in 187 seats in West Bengal and BJP in 84 seats.
- Trinamool Congress is ahead in 1166 votes in Purulia, AJSU party has got 8203 votes in Baghmundi, Congress has got 7849, BJP in Jaipur is ahead in 1172 votes, BJP is ahead 795 in Para, Balrampur in Balrampur In Trinamool Congress is ahead in 1227 votes, Trinamool Congress is ahead in Maan Bazar in 1247 votes, Trinamool Congress is ahead in 558 votes in Wandowan, Trinamool Congress is ahead in 885 votes in Raghunathpur.
According to the reports, Law Minister Malay Ghatak is leading by six thousand votes from Asansol North.
In early trends, BJP is not performing as expected in Bengal. TMC ahead in 188 seats. The number of seats of BJP came down to 98 from one hundred. Many big leaders of BJP are running behind. Union Minister Babul Supriyo is trailing by a large margin. Mamta Banerjee is continuously running from Nandigram seat.
- Union Minister Babul Supriyo is trailing by more than 13 thousand votes from Tollygunge seat of Kolkata. In this seat, he is pitted against Arup Vishwas, a minister in the Trinamool government. BJP's Swapan Dasgupta is trailing from Tarakeswar seat.
In the initial trends, after counting the votes released for the last two and a half hours, TMC was leading in 157 seats, crossing the majority mark in the 294-member Bengal Assembly. At the same time, BJP is leading in 120 seats, while the Left-Congress and ISF alliance is not seen in the battle anywhere in the initial trends. This alliance is leading in just four seats. Mamata Banerjee is trailing continuously in Nandigram. Suwendu ahead of 8206 in the second round.
- Siliguri's BJP candidate Shankar Ghosh by 7300 votes at the end of the first round.
- In Purulia Assembly constituency, Trinamool Congress got ahead in first round, got 6253 votes total, BJP got 4598, BJP in Wandowan 5368, Trinamool Congress 5926, BJP in Kashipur Assembly constituency got blue 3764, Trinamool Congress got 2910.
- Trinamool Congress ahead in Sheetalkuchi seat in Cooch Behar district. Mamta Banerjee is continuously trailing on Nandigram seat. Suvendu Adhikari leads by over 8,000 votes after the third round in Nandigram.
- Union Minister Babul Supriyo trailed from Kolkata's Tollygunge seat. There is a contest between Union Minister and Minister of State Arup Vishwas on this seat. BJP's Swapan Dasgupta trailed by 3000 votes from Tarakeswar seat in Hooghly.
- Among the early trends in Bengal, the Trinamool Congress continues to grow. Majority to TMC in early trends. Trinamool currently holds 148 seats, while BJP leads in 115 seats. However, this is an early figure and there is also a possibility of a major reshuffle.
- BJP in six of the seven seats in Jalpaiguri district and Trinamool ahead in one.
- Early trends of Nandigram, the hottest seat of the state, located in East Medinipur district of West Bengal, have been revealed. Mamta Banerjee has suffered a setback from here. Mamta Banerjee has been backward from Suvendu Adhikari for quite some time. First round counting is complete. In the first round, Suvendu Adhikari was leading over Mamta Banerjee by 1497 votes. At the same time, in the second round, Shubhendu has increased his lead to 4551.
- There were trends of 250 seats in Bengal. TMC 126, BJP 119, Left- Congress and ISF alliance in two and other 3 seats ahead.
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.
According to the calculations of the second round, Krishna Kalyani of BJP from Raiganj, Soumen Rai of BJP from Kaliaganj, Mosharraf Hussain of Trinamool from Etahhar, Gautam Pal Hematwad of Trinamool from Karandighi and Satyajit Varman of Trinamool ahead
- BJP ahead of Balurghat, Harirampur and Kushmandi in South Dinajpur. Trinamool ahead from Tapan, Kumaraganj and Gangarampur. Ashok Bhattacharya slipped to third place in Siliguri, Shankar Ghosh of BJP is leading. Om Prakash Mishra of Trinamool in second place.
Currently, in the trend of 228 seats, Trinamool is ahead at 114 and 110 ahead of BJP.
- Mamta Banerjee may get a shock in Nandigram. At the moment, there is a thorn collision with Suvendu Adhikari. BJP currently leads in 108 and TMC 120 seats.
In the initial phase of counting, the CPI (M) candidates of the United Front of Congress-Left Front-Indian Secular Front are running ahead in Siliguri, the undeclared capital of North Bengal.
- Uttar Dinajpur - TMC from Islampur ahead by two thousand votes. TMC in Chopra beyond four thousand. TMC ahead in Gwalpokhar too. BJP ahead of 1850 votes in Chakulia.
- Swapan Dasgupta of BJP ahead of Tarakeswar seat of Hooghly. Minister in the Trinamool government, Firhad Hakim, ahead of Kolkata Port seat. In the initial phase of counting, the CPI (M) candidates of the United Front of the Congress-Left Front-Indian Secular Front are running ahead in the unannounced capital of North Bengal. Malay constituents are moving forward from Asansol North, Siyoni Ghosh ahead of Asansol Danin. Counting of postal ballots is going on right now.
Currently, TMC now leads in 86 seats and BJP 81 seats in Bengal. Figures are changing very rapidly .
- Most thorn bump in Nandigram. Sometimes Mamata and sometimes Suvendu are becoming officers. At present, Mamata Banerjee again came back on the Nandigram seat.
- Statistics in Bengal are changing very fast. TMC ahead in 87 and BJP in 75 seats. Congress- Sham and ISF alliance ahead in just 4 seats. In Howrah's Shivpur seat, Trinamool candidate and former Indian cricketer Manoj Tiwari was behind. BJP's Rathin Chakraborty is running ahead.
- For the first time in the electoral history of Bengal, such a thorn bumps Bengal had a trend of 146 seats out of 292. TMC 78 and BJP 72 ahead. BJP candidate Krishna Kalyani from Raiganj by 1680 votes.
- Union Minister Babul Supriyo is continuously leading from Tollygunge seat of Kolkata. In this seat, he is pitted against Minister of State Arup Biswas.
- TMC 78 and BJP 66 seats ahead of initial trends. Mamta Banerjee again ahead in Nandigram seat.
- BJP candidate former IPS Bharti Ghosh ahead of Debra seat. There is a collision between 2 IPS on this seat. Trinamool candidate former IPS Humayun Kabir is behind.
- A collision between Mamta Banerjee and Suvendu Adhikari in Nandigram. Mamta Banerjee again followed. Suvendu Adhikari leads Trinamool candidate and former Indian cricketer Manoj Tiwari ahead in Howrah's Shivpur seat.
- BJP ahead in Sheetalkuchi seat of Cooch Behar. There was firing incident in Sheetalkuchi itself. Four people were killed in the security forces firing in self-defense after an attack by a mob of villagers. BJP leads in various seats in Purulia district.
- The figure is changing moment by moment in Bengal. Mamta Banerjee now ahead in Nandigram. Suvendu officials are giving tough competition.
- The figure is changing moment by moment in Bengal. In the initial trends, TMC was ahead in 61 and BJP in 54 seats. BJP leads Bengal's most high profile Nandigram and Singur seats. Both seats have been strongholds of Trinamool.
- Even in the early trends, there is a fierce competition between TMC and BJP. Mamata Banerjee trails in Nandigram, the hottest seat in Bengal. Suvendu officials of BJP are going ahead.
- Even in the early trends, there is a fierce competition between TMC and BJP. In Bengal, Trinamool was ahead in 55 seats and BJP in 50 seats.
- Even in the early trends, a close fight between TMC and BJP. In the initial trends, Trinamool was ahead in 50 seats and BJP 45 seats. Actress Payal Sarkar leads BJP on Behla East seat.
- Counting of votes for Bengal assembly elections is going on. The figure is changing moment by moment in the early trends in Bengal. Sometimes the BJP is going ahead, sometimes the Trinamool. Trinamool was ahead in 46 seats and BJP 44 seats.
- BJP MP Lockett Chatterjee ahead of Chunchura seat in Hooghly. BJP leads in 4 seats in Muslim-dominated Malda district. In the initial trend, the Congress-Left and ISF alliance is nowhere to be seen in the Bengal election battle.
- BJP is leading in the initial trends in Bengal. BJP ahead in Singur seat. Singur is the stronghold of Trinamool. Union Minister Babul Supriyo is leading from Kolkata's Ballygunge seat.
- Counting of votes for Bengal assembly elections is going on. Votes are being counted for 292 seats in Bengal. The figure is changing from moment to moment. Even in the early trends, there was a close fight between TMC and BJP. Trends of 66 seats so far. BJP was ahead in 36 seats and TMC in 32 seats.
- Counting of votes for Bengal assembly elections is going on. BJP's Agnimitra Pal is going ahead in Asansol. BJP ahead in Bankura and Murshidabad district.
- Counting of votes for Bengal assembly elections is going on. In Bengal, TMC was ahead in 22 and BJP 19 seats in the initial trends.
The counting of votes for the Bengal assembly elections started at 8:00 am on Sunday at all 108 counting centers in the state. Initially, postal ballots are being counted. In the initial trend, the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) looks ahead. This time in Bengal, there is a close fight between the Trinamool Congress and the BJP.
- The census has been started for the West Bengal Legislative Assembly Elections 2021 . From now on, trends will start coming soon.
- Counting of West Bengal assembly elections will start shortly from now. Everyone's eyes are on Nandigram seat. Here Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is confronted with Suvendu Adhikari.
- West Bengal: Officers, counting agents and others arrived at the counting center of Siliguri College in Siliguri. The counting of votes for Assembly Election 2021 will start shortly.
- The counting of West Bengal assembly elections will begin at 8 am today. In view of this, a security force has been deployed outside a counting center in East Mednipur.
- West Bengal Assembly elections will be the result of the Corona epidemic today. View of Counting Hall Purulia Polytechnic
Highlights of counting
81.76 percent voting in eight phases
Violence was witnessed in the elections from beginning to end. More than a dozen people died. Campaigning in the fifth round due to violence and the last three phases due to the corona epidemic had to be stopped 72 hours before the vote. Despite this, the voters of Bengal voted overwhelmingly. However, people from some other urban areas, including Kolkata, did not participate in the voting as seen in rural areas. Despite this, Bengal had 81.76 percent voting in eight phases. Polling for the two seats in Shamsherganj and Jangipur is scheduled on May 16.
Three tier system of security at total 108 counting centers
A senior Election Commission official said on Saturday that a three-tier security arrangement has been made at a total of 108 counting centers across the state, where EVMs and voter verifiable paper audit trail (VVPAT) have been kept under tight security in the strong room built. is. He informed that at least 292 observers and 256 companies of central security forces have been deployed at counting centers spread over 23 districts. According to the official, there are maximum 15 counting centers in South 24 Parganas while one counting center has been set up in Kalimpong, Alipurduar and Jhargram.
Strict adherence to Covid-19 guidelines
He said that in view of the increase in Corona virus cases in the state, steps have been taken to ensure strict compliance of the Covid-19 guidelines during the count. The official said that all EVMs and VVPATs will be virus free before starting the counting process. He said that for those involved in the counting process, masks, face shields and sanitizers would be kept outside the center. Each center will be virus-free at least 15 times during the counting. Special arrangements have been made for this.
Physical distance follow
The official said that the Election Commission has decided to place tables for counting so that physical distance can be complied with. He said that there will be no more than seven tables for counting of votes in one room, whereas earlier this number was 14. A large number of tables will be placed where there is no shortage of space.
Admission to the counting center will be allowed only after the negative report of Kovid-19
According to the Election Commission guidelines, candidates or their representatives will be able to go inside the counting center only by showing a negative report of Kovid-19 or a certificate of taking both doses of the vaccine. The officer said that orders have been issued to the administration of all the districts to stop the mob from outside the counting centers and take action against those who violate these rules.
Category: India: West Bengal