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Assembly election outcomes: TMC retains West Bengal, LDF again in Kerala, BJP in Assam; DMK wins Tamil Nadu

Assembly election outcomes: TMC retains West Bengal, LDF once more in Kerala, BJP in Assam; DMK wins Tamil Nadu

New Delhi: The outcomes of 4 state and one Union Territory (UT) Assembly elections are being launched on Sunday (May 2, 2021). While outcomes for some seats have been declared some are nonetheless underway.

From West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress regarded set for a giant win for a 3rd straight time period, whereas, in Assam, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party surged once more to power.

In Kerala, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan continued his worthwhile streak though Tamil Nadu will see a change of power with AIADMK’s CM Edappadi Palaniswami dropping to DMK’s MK Stalin. In the Union Territory of Puducherry, the NDA cruised to kind the next authorities.

Notably, Zee’s Maha Exit Poll had predicted BJP’s win in Assam and Puducherry.


The ruling TMC had each acquired or was principal in 215 of the 292 seats whereas the quantity for BJP was 76.

The TMC chief alleged that the Election Commission of India was working like “BJP’s spokesperson” all through the election and claimed that the BJP’s tally would not have crossed even 50 with out help from the central poll panel.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a social media submit congratulated Mamata Banerjee and said the Centre will proceed to extend all potential assist to the West Bengal authorities.


The BJP-led National Democratic Alliance which includes AGP and UPPL, has each acquired or led from 77 seats, whereas the amount for the Congress-led coalition (along with AIUDF and BPF) is 47. With this the BJP appears to be like to retain energy within the northeastern state. 

BJP nationwide president JP Nadda thanked the oldsters of Assam for giving the social gathering a second consecutive time interval throughout the state.

“Over the past 5 years, Assam has witnessed tremendous growth in all sectors with the double engine Gov. People have completely rejected the communal politics of the Congress & chosen the development politics of BJP. With the guidance of PM Modi, the state will now reach new heights,” Nadda said in a tweet.


The Left-led LDF had each acquired or led from 76 seats, whereas the amount for the Congress-led UDF was 40 whereas BJP could not open its account. The Kerala Legislative Assembly has 140 seats.

Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan urged supporters to not rejoice the victory and proceed the struggle towards COVID-19. “Kerala has given a verdict in favour of the LDF. But this is not the time to celebrate with great joy as COVID19 continues to spread. This is the time to continue the fight against COVID-19. Kerala today reported 31,950 new COVID-19 cases and 49 deaths,” Vijayan said all through a media sort out in his assembly constituency seat Dharmadam, ANI reported.

“Happy that LDF has been voted back to power but this is not the time to celebrate it, amid the pandemic,” he added.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday congratulated the earlier on his worthwhile election advertising marketing campaign paving one of the simplest ways for a second time interval in office.


In the counting for the 234-seat Tamil Nadu Assembly, MK Stalin’s DMK-led alliance (along with Congress, Left, VCK and IUML) had each acquired or led from 156 seats, whereas the amount for AIADMK-led alliance (along with PMK and BJP) was 77.

While, Stalin expressed his ‘heartfelt thanks’ to all the people of the state for mandating his social gathering to govern Tamil Nadu for the sixth time. The DMK chief thanked the oldsters for voting his social gathering into power and assured them that he would truthfully work for them.

Meanwhile, PM Modi congratulated DMK president M Okay Stalin on his social gathering’s victory making means for him to alter into the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu for the first time.

Congress chief Rahul Gandhi moreover congratulated the DMK chief. “People of Tamil Nadu have voted for change and we will, under your leadership, prove to be a confident step in that direction,” said the earlier Congress president.


The NDA comprising AINRC, BJP and AIADMK had each acquired or led from 16 seats, the amount for the UPA of Congress and DMK was 08 whereas the others managed 06 seats of the 30-seat Assembly.

At a press conference on Sunday, Congress widespread secretary and social gathering spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala said the outcomes of the assembly elections in 4 states and one UT normally will not be as per the social gathering’s expectations.

“Kerala and Assam results have been below expectations. Results in both these states are a big disappointment. We will do an assembly-wide assessment and try to come up with reasons,” said Surjewala.

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