After the high-octane battle of Nandigram, the chief minister Mamta Banerjee and Suvendu Adhikari will again be face-to-face in the assembly.
Trinamool Congress (TMC) chief Mamata Banerjee took the oath of Chief Minister for the third consecutive time today after achieving a landslide victory in the West Bengal Election 2021.
In the West Bengal Election 2021, the contest in many seats was interesting. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee herself lost to Nandigram by a mere 1736 votes. Shuvendu Adhikari was victorious here. Along with this, there were many such seats, which were discussed in the political corridors.
Amit Shah has said that he respects the mandate of the people of West Bengal. The BJP will continue to raise its voice for the people of Bengal as a strong opposition.
After it was declared yesterday that Mamata Banerjee has lost Bengal, the TMC suspected "fishy" count in the number of votes, with the party chief threatening to approach courts alleging "malpractices".
The BJP office in Arambagh was set on fire allegedly by TMC workers during the counting of votes for the West Bengal Election 2021.
Counting continues in West Bengal. In these trends, the Trinamool Congress (TMC) under the leadership of Mamata Banerjee seems to be gaining a clear majority.
Big news is coming from Nandigram, which is considered to be the hottest seat in the assembly elections held in five states.
According to these figures, TMC has got 49 percent votes in West Bengal (in the trends so far). At the same time, in terms of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), this figure seems to be reduced to 37 percent.
The contest in many seats in West Bengal is very interesting. The BJP has fielded Nisith Pramanik, MP from Cooch Behar at Dinhata. At the same time TMC gave Udayan Guha a ticket. There is a tough fight between the two.