Poll of Exit Poll 2021: The counting of votes for assembly elections to four states — Bengal, Assam, Kerala and Tamil Nadu — and one Union Territory, Puducherry, will be done on May 2.
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress party is expected to win 149 of 294 seats in Bengal and its nearest rival, the BJP, will be second with 116 seats, says NDTV’s poll of exit polls after state elections. The polls give the Left 16 states.
In Assam, the Congress is up for disappointment, predict exit polls, with the BJP ahead with 75 of 126 seats and the Congress given 50 seats.
The counting of votes for assembly elections to four states — Bengal, Assam, Kerala and Tamil Nadu — and one Union Territory, Puducherry, will be done on May 2.
The assembly elections ended today as the eighth and final phase of voting was held in West Bengal today amid the growing menace of Covid that is spreading fast in the country.
The polls, which started on March 27, were held for 294 seats in West Bengal, 234 seats in Tamil Nadu, 140 seats in Kerala, 126 seats in Assam and 30 seats in the union territory of Puducherry.
Here are the highlights on Poll of Exit Polls:
Poll of exit polls at 7:15 PM shows Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) and its allies will sweep Tamil Nadu, the Bharaitya Janata Party will retain Assam while the Left Democratic Front (LDF) will win in Kerala.
The poll of four exit polls at 7:10 PM showed that West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is ahead with 149 seats while BJP and its allies are expected to win 116 seats.
Exit poll results for elections in five states are set to be announced soon as news networks try to forecast who will win the high-stakes battles in West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Assam and Puducherry.