Kerala, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Assam, Puducherry Election Results 2021 Live Updates: Counting of votes to the legislative assemblies of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, West Bengal, Assal and the union territory of Puducherry is underway. The Meeting elections 2021 were held amid a surge in Covid-19 cases across the country – a second wave that has ridden the country to an unprecedented crisis, even as hospitals struggle with oxygen and beds.
Number of seats in the four states and 1 UT are as follows: Assam (126), West Bengal (294 seats), Tamil Nadu (234 seats), Kerala (140 seats) and Puducherry (30 seats).
West Bengal election result 2021 LIVE updates: Trends indicate that incumbent Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress (TMC) will end up convincingly winning in West Bengal, while challenger Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) could fall way below its expected number of seats (elections were held in 292 constituencies). In a major victory, chief minister Mamata Banerjee defeated political turncoat Suvendu Adhikari in his bastion Nandigram.
Exit polls had predicted a tight contest between TMC and the BJP.
Tamil Nadu election result 2021 LIVE: In Tamil Nadu, while the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagham (DMK) is mannered ahead of the incumbent All-India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagham (AIADMK), the latter is holding its own in some pockets, clearly avoiding the rout that had been expected in a state. But even so, Kamal Haasan of the Makkal Needhi Maiam is leading in Coimbatore. At 1:30 pm, the M K Stalin-led DMK used to be head in 127 of the state’s 234 constituencies, while the AIADMK used to be leading in 103.
All of the surveys have predicted a DMK-Left-Congress alliance victory.
Assam election result 2021: In Assam, the ruling BJP-led NDA is surging ahead of the Grand Alliance spearheaded by the Congress in Assam, leading in 76 and probably the most 122 seats, trends to be had on the Election Commission website. Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal exuded confidence that the saffron party-led alliance will keep power in the state. Assam has a 126-member meeting and 64 seats are needed for a simple majority.