TMC leads by 204 seats in West Bengal.
The early voting trends began on Sunday early morning of West Bengal, the most brutal fight between TMC and BJP. The TMC has gathered 204 seats out of 292 against the BJP, who managed to collect 85 seats till now in the state.
The election campaign was marked by hundreds of rallies in the state, where PM and Union Minister conducted crowded rallies and same with TMC leaders.
In south Kolkata, the office of BJP seems deserted after the counting starts, and TMC leaders were seen gathered at a large number of places inspite of EC banned the winning rally in the state.
The Nandigram is the most critical seat and constitutes about 27% of Muslims vote. In the beginning, Mamata Banerjee was behind the BJP candidate Adhikari. But during the fourth counting round, Mamata Banerjee took the lead and came with 204 seats.
BJP was winning the Nandigram earlier, but after the fourth count, TMC took the lead.
“Whatever be the outcome, our party will accept it. However, the BJP will emerge as the main opposition party in Bengal,” said Bengal BJP vice-president Jay Prakash Majumdar.
TMC spokesperson and former advocate general Biswajit Deb said: “The trend clearly shows that people have rejected the traitors who left the TMC and joined BJP.”
The final Chief Minister's face is yet to be declared in the state.
Source- Hindustan Times
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