The Trinamool Congress (TMC) was ahead in 202 of the 292 seats that went to polls in West Bengal, way over the halfway mark of 147, leaving the BJP trailing far behind in 77 seats. In Tamil Nadu, the DMK, led by its President M.K. Stalin, is leading in 121 of the state's 234 Assembly constituencies and if the trend continues, then it can form the government on its own. The party-led front is leading in 143 Assembly constituencies (Congress 15, CPI and CPI-M two each, VCK three) for which the polls were held on April 6.
Polling began in the third phase of the assembly elections in West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Kerala and Assam at 7 am on Tuesday. While voters in Assam will cast their vote in three phases, polling in West Bengal will happen across eight phases. Counting of votes in all states will happen on May 2.
Polling began for 30 seats in West Bengal and 39 seats in Assam in the second phase of the assembly elections at 7 am on Thursday. All eyes are on high profile Nandigram constituency where Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is fighting against Suvendu Adhikari, her former aide and confidant who strode over to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
Polling began for 30 seats in West Bengal and 47 seats in Assam at 7 am on Saturday in the first phase of the assembly elections amid tight security. West Bengal will witness a triangular contest between Trinamool Congress (TMC), Congress-Left alliance and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). In Assam, candidates from BJP and Congress-led 'mahajot' (grand alliance) are in fray.
27 March,2021 06:45 PM IST
| New Delhi
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