Exit Poll: TMC to retain Bengal and BJP to retain Assam

New Delhi, 29/4 (AO Bureau): The results of the exit poll of West Bengal assembly elections have started coming. According to exit polls, Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress in Bengal may hit a hat-trick in these elections. Soon after the exit poll results, TMC leader Manav Jaiswal said that his party’s victory in the state is certain. He claimed that the Trinamool Congress would win more than 200 seats in the state.

According to exit polls of ABP and C voters, the Trinamool Congress is seen getting 152–164 seats in the 292 assembly seats in Bengal. At the same time, 109-121 seats can be found in BJP’s account. Apart from this, the Congress can get 14–25 seats.



Exit polls related to Assam assembly elections have started coming. According to the exit poll of Times Now and Reblic TV, BJP + is expected to get 75 to 85 seats in Assam, while according to the exit poll, Congress + can get 40 to 50 seats in the account.



Kerala Assembly Elections Exit Poll 2021: Before the exit poll results, CPM leader Fuad Haleem said that the people of Kerala have full faith in the Left and not on any other party. He said that the strategy that the BJP has adopted in Kerala will not be successful.



The first phase of voting in Assam was held on March 27 in 47 assembly seats. In this phase, 72.10 percent voting was recorded with 81.09 lakh voters.

This time the GJM has come with the Trinamool Congress in the West Bengal assembly elections. Trinamool contested 290 and GJM 3 seats. 1 seat given to independents
Assam Gana Parishad-14, All India United Democratic Front got 13 seats and Bodoland People’s Front got 12 seats. One seat went to the account of independents
Legislative assembly elections were held in six phases in West Bengal from the year 2016. In this, Mamata Banerjee’s party Trinamool Congress had a big success. In the 2016 elections, the Trinamool Congress got 211 seats. Congress-44, Communist Party of India-1, Communist Party of India (Marxist) -26, Bharatiya Janata Party-3, All India Forward Block-2, Revolutionary Socialist Party-3, Gorkha Janmukti Morcha-3 and Independents one Got a seat.


The election results of Puducherry Assembly will also be released on 2 May and if you look at the 2016 results, the Congress-led UPA won 17 out of 30 seats here, out of which the Congress alone won 15 seats. After these results, senior Congress leader V Narayanaswamy was given the chair of CM of Puducherry. However, recently the UPA government fell after coming into minority.


Voting was held in Tamil Nadu on April 6 in a single phase. Tamil Nadu recorded 71.43 percent voting. On the other hand, Karur district recorded the highest voting percentage of 83.92 percent, while Chennai recorded the lowest 55.28 percent vote.
Looking at the 2016 election results in Kerala, here the CPM-led LDF won 91 out of 140 seats and the Congress-led UDF won 47 seats. In the last assembly elections in Kerala, BJP had won only one seat and this time the contest of power here was very interesting. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has a challenge to save the Left’s stronghold in Kerala, while the BJP tried to strengthen its position by putting E. Sreedharan, who is called Metro Man, in the electoral fray.

If we talk about Assam at the same time, elections have been held here in three phases. The state has 126 assembly seats and is currently ruled by the BJP. The party had given full strength in the elections. In front of him, there is a challenge of 8 parties, including the Congress. The BJP also contested the elections with two allies.

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