The West Bengal Assembly Election results show that people of the state have rejected the Bharatiya Janata Party’s attempt to polarize the elections. The BJP did not leave any stone unturned to dislodge the Mamata Banerjee government in the state might not even touch the 3 figure mark in the 294-member assembly.
As per a BJP leader’s statement, “People rejected politics of polarization or communal politics. Muslim votes polarized in favour of TMC while the Bengali Hindu also rejected communal politics and voted for the TMC”.
The Trinamool Congress poised to cruise to a landslide victory in the Assembly elections to return to power for 3rd time in a row. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Sunday dedicated the victory to the people of West Bengal and also took a dig at the Election Commission and the BJP both.
However there is a setback for the TMC supremo in Nandigram as after several twist-and-turns, her one-time aide Suvendu Adhikari of the BJP reportedly defeated her by a narrow margin. However her party TMC has not accepted the verdict and are calming that the counting is still on.
As per the latest trend updated at Sunday 8:30 pm IST the TMC leading at 216 seats and BJP at 74 seats and others leading at 2 seats.