New Delhi: Mamata Banerjee’s TMC today won a landslide victory in Bengal but lost to BJP’s Suvendu Adhikari, her former protege, during a cliffhanger of a contest in Nandigram. “I accept the decision in Nandigram – it’s not an enormous deal. don’t be concerned ,” said the Chief Minister.
“‘Khela hobe’ did happen, and that we did win. The BJP kept happening and on about double-engine sarkar, while I assured you all that i will be able to score a double century. this is often Bangla’s win… this is often Bengal’s win… this is often your win. This win has saved Bengal, it’s saved the culture and tradition of Bengal,” said Ms Banerjee who ran a bitter, no holds barred campaign against the BJP over two months as Covid cases surged in India.
In Tamil Nadu , the opposition DMK is much ahead with 69 per cent of the MLAs of the DMK-Led alliance leading in their respective seats while the ruling Left-led LDF front is probably going to finish a four-decade trend by retaining power in Kerala, early trends from the state show.
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In Assam, the BJP is before its nearest rival Congress, which campaigned hard to reclaim its one-time bastion. “People have blessed us. we will say needless to say that the BJP will form government in Assam. We are returning to power with our partners AGP and UPPL,” Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal told reporters.
AINRC Chief N Rangaswamy, meanwhile, is leading in Puducherry at the instant together with his alliance leading in 10 seats
The poll leads to the four states and therefore the Union Territory also are likely to reflect how the handling of the COVID pandemic has played on the voters’ mind.