Mamta Banerjee gets a bumper boost. TMC workers immersed in celebration.
Kolkata.Counting of votes for the by-election held in Bengal's high profile Bhawanipur seat is being held today.Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who is contesting from this seat, is consistently leading over her nearest rival BJP's Priyanka Tibrewal in early trends and is heading towards a big victory.Mamta Banerjee's margin has increased to 42 thousand after the 11th round of counting.Meanwhile, the process of congratulating Mamta has also started.Amidst the trends of counting of votes, former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and Samajwadi Party President Akhilesh Yadav has congratulated Mamta Banerjee.He said that this is the victory of Mamta didi, that is the ritual of Satyamev Jayate.Polling for these three seats was held on September 30.Mamta Banerjee has got a bumper lead in Bhawanipur bypoll trends.TMC workers are immersed in celebration.
#WATCH | TMC workers & supporters celebrate outside the residence of West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee in Kolkata as she leads by 28,825 votes in Bhabanipur bypolls after 9th round of counting pic.twitter.com/XlZhaJPB0n— ANI (@ANI) October 3, 2021
Mamta Banerjee leads by more than 42 thousand votes
Even before the result of Bhawanipur by-election, the process of congratulating Mamta started, Akhilesh congratulated
Counting of votes for the by-election held in the high profile Bhawanipur seat of Bengal is going on today.Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who is contesting from this seat, is consistently leading over her nearest rival BJP's Priyanka Tibrewal in early trends and is heading towards a big victory.Mamta Banerjee's margin has increased to 36 thousand after the 11th round of counting.Meanwhile, the process of congratulating Mamta has also started.Amidst the trends of counting of votes, former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and Samajwadi Party President Akhilesh Yadav has congratulated Mamta Banerjee.He said that this is the victory of Mamta didi, that is the ritual of Satyamev Jayate.
Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress candidate from Bhawanipur Assembly seat Mamata Banerjee has taken a lead of over 36,000 votes over her nearest rival Priyanka Tibdewal of the BJP.Mamta's house supporters gathered in Kalighat, Trinamool workers celebrating
Counting of votes is going on for the by-election in Bhawanipur seat and from this seat, Trinamool Congress (TMC) candidate and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is moving towards a big victory in the trends.Meanwhile, a large number of TMC workers and their supporters are continuing to reach Mamta Banerjee's house.A large number of supporters have reached outside Mamta's house and these people are celebrating.Trinamool workers are also seen applying green colored abir to each other and dancing and dancing in celebration.
On the other hand, there is silence outside the state BJP headquarters at Murlidhar Sen Lane in Kolkata since morning.During the rest of the days, where there used to be a gathering of leaders and workers and vehicles outside the state headquarters, today there is silence here.
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is leading by 34,000 votes after the 11th round of counting of votes in the Assembly bypolls.
Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress candidate from Bhawanipur Assembly seat, Mamata Banerjee has taken a lead of over 31,000 votes over her nearest rival BJP's Priyanka Tibdewal.
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is leading over BJP candidate Priyanka Tibrewal by 12,435 votes in the Bhawanipur Assembly bypoll, according to Election Commission data.
Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress candidate from Bhawanipur Assembly seat Mamata Banerjee leading by 12,435 votes at the end of fourth round.
Mamata Banerjee is leading by 6,146 votes till the end of the third round.
According to the information received from the Election Commission, Chief Minister and Trinamool candidate Mamta Banerjee got 3,680 votes in the first round, while Priyanka Tibdewal of BJP got 881 and Shrijib Biswas of CPI(M) got only 85 votes.
Trinamool Congress workers start gathering near Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's house in Kalighat.The party is fully confident of Mamata Banerjee's victory.Trinamool Congress leaders and workers preparing for the celebration.
Mamata Banerjee is leading by 2,799 votes at the end of the second round.
Mamta Banerjee is consistently leading in Bhawanipur seat.BJP candidate Priyanka Tibrewal is running behind.
Mamata Banerjee is leading by 2,799 votes at the end of the second round.
Bhawanipur by-election: Mamta Banerjee leading by 24,00 votes in second round
Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress candidate Mamta Banerjee is currently leading by 2800 votes in Bhawanipur seat.
Trinamool Congress candidate Zakir Hussain is currently leading by 1300 votes from Jangipur seat.
Counting of votes cast in EVM begins in Bhawanipur seat.Mamta Banerjee ahead in the first round.
Trinamool Congress ahead in postal ballot in Jangipur seat too.
Mamta Banerjee ahead in postal ballot in Bhawanipur seat.
Trinamool Congress ahead in postal ballot in Shamsherganj, Congress second.Trinamool Congress got 234 votes and Congress 218 votes in the postal ballot.
BJP candidate from Bhawanipur Priyanka Tebdiwal said- I am sure of my victory but Trinamool Congress has cast at least 100 fake votes in each booth of Bhawanipur.
Counting of votes for Bhawanipur seat in West Bengal is underway at Shekhawat Memorial Girls' School, Lord Sinha Road, Kolkata.View from outside the counting center
At present, the counting of votes cast through ballot is going on.
Counting is underway for Bhawanipur in Kolkata and Jangipur and Shamsherganj assembly seats in Murshidabad.
Counting of votes will be held in 21 rounds in Bhawanipur, 26 rounds in Jangipur and 24 rounds in Shamsherganj.
A three-tier security arrangement has been made in all the counting centers.
There are only Central Central Force personnel inside the counting centers while the police is guarded outside.
Both the central force and the police have been deployed at the middle level.
State Transport Minister and senior Trinamool Congress leader Firhad Hakim claimed that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee would win the Bhawanipur seat by a huge margin of 50-60 thousand votes.
Reacting to Priyanka Tibdewal's letter, State Transport Minister and senior Trinamool Congress leader Firhad Hakim said that the people of Bhawanipur are culture lovers.There are no incidents of violence here.Priyanka Tibdewal is an outsider so she is not aware of it.
It is to be known that counting of votes has started for Bhawanipur in Kolkata and Jangipur and Shamsherganj assembly seats in Murshidabad.The results of the by-elections held on September 30 in West Bengal and Odisha will be announced today.There is a direct fight between TMC and BJP in 3 assemblies including Bhawanipur, the high profile seat of West Bengal.Mamta Banerjee herself is in the fray from Bhawanipur.If Mamata wins the election, she will continue as the chief minister.If there is any major upheaval in Bhawanipur, Mamta will have to give up the chief minister's chair.
According to information received from Election Commission sources, the counting of votes will start from 8 am and trends will start coming after an hour.Significantly, to remain on the post of Chief Minister, it is necessary for Mamata Banerjee to win this election.Trinamool leader and state transport minister Firhad Hakim has already claimed victory over Mamata Banerjee by over 50,000 votes.
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