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West Bengal Elections: 8 phase elections in Bengal, first voting on 27 March, results on 2 May #ModivsMamata

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Elections are going to be held this year in four states and one union territory, including West Bengal. Now the Election Commission has announced the dates. West Bengal elections will be held in 8 phases. The election of the first phase will be held on 27 March.

  • Elections in Assam in three phases. Elections will be held on 27 March, 1 April and 6 April.
  • Elections in Kerala in one phase. Elections will be held on April 6
  • One phase election in Tamil Nadu. Elections will be held on 6 April.
  • Elections in Puducherry in one phase. Elections will be held on 6 April.

The results of the elections of all the states will come on 2 May.

West Bengal

  • Voting in 8 stages
  • Election dates – 27 March, 1 April, 6 April, 10 April, 17 April, 22 April, 26 April, 29 April

Assam

  • Three phase election
  • Election dates – 27 March, 1 April, 6 April

Kerala

  • Election in One phase
  • Election Date – 6th April

Tamil Nadu

  • Election in one phase
  • Election Date – 6th April

Puducherry

  • Election in a phase
  • Election Date – 6th April

Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora told-

  • Elections are going on in total 824 assembly seats
  • 2.7 lakh polling stations to be built for about 186 million voters
  • Nomination facility will be online
  • Security money candidates will also have to submit online
  • Voting time has been increased by 1 hour
  • Election officials will be vaccinated

West Bengal

There are a total of 294 assembly seats in West Bengal. If we talk about the last elections, then Mamata Banerjee had unanimous rule in the state. That is, no party could be seen around TMC. TMC won 211 seats out of 294 seats in this election. The second number was from Congress. Which won 44 seats.

Tamil Nadu

In the last elections in the 234-member Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly, AIADMK won 135 seats and DMK 88 seats. The BJP is contesting this time in association with AIADMK.

Kerala

The CPI (M) -led LDF has a government in the 140-member Kerala Assembly and Pinarayi Vijayan is the Chief Minister. This state of the south is also very difficult for the BJP. Here too, the existence of the party is almost nil. Talking about the last assembly election (2016), BJP had contested 98 seats out of 140 seats, but the victory was won only on 1 seat. Then the BJP created history by opening an account here for the first time. The CPM got the maximum 58 seats, while the Congress won 22 seats.

Assam

Elections will be held on 126 assembly seats of Assam. In the 2016 assembly elections, BJP captured 60 seats. At the same time, the Congress was reduced to 26 seats.

Puducherry

The Congress government has fallen in Puducherry recently. President’s rule is now applicable here. There are 30 assembly seats here. In the last assembly election, the Congress had named 15 out of 30 seats. The DMK contested the alliance with the Congress. Which won 2 seats. But BJP could not even open the account.

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