Assembly Elections Results 2021

Four states — West Bengal, Assam, Tamil Nadu, Kerala — and a Union Territory — Puducherry — voted between March 27 and April 29 under the shadow of a raging coronavirus pandemic to elect their next governments. The counting of the votes to declare election results 2021 or Vidhan Sabha election results for West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Assam and Puducherry started at 8 am. The election results 2021 will be declared today. There were 824 assembly seats up for grabs in these assembly elections 2021. West Bengal has the highest number of seats at 294 followed by Tamil Nadu at 234, Kerala 140, Assam 126 and Puducherry 30. West Bengal, however, voted for 292 seats as the polling in two constituencies was deferred due to the death of contestants. In Puducherry, three MLAs would be nominated to the assembly by the Centre. Stay with The Tripura Post.Com as we update LIVE on the election results 2021.

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In Kerala, Communist Party of India is leading in traditional LDF bastions

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NDA ahead in Assam in early trends

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Neck-and-neck battle in West Bengal: TMC ahead in 59 seats, BJP in 53

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DMK-led alliance now ahead in Tamil Nadu

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Early Trends Show Close NDA-Cong Fight in Puducherry

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The AIADMK raced ahead in seven seats on Tamil Nadu, while the DMK and Pattali Makkal Katchi secured leads in four and one seats respectively.

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West Bengal Election: Mamata Banerjee Trailing In Nandigram. Mamata Banerjee is trailing with 5,790 votes in Nandigram where she is contesting against the BJP’s Suvendhu Adhikari, her ex-aide whose December defection triggered a flood of exits. Mr Adhikari is leading in Nandigram with 7,287 votes

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Kerala Election Results: LDF Takes Comfortable Lead With Lead In 84 Seats

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Tamil Nadu Election Results: DMK Leading In 115 Seats, ADMK In 93

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BJP comfortably ahead in Assam in early trends
  • NDA – 73
  • UPA- 38

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Leads at 10.39 am
  • West Bengal β€” TMC: 147, BJP: 116
  • Tamil Nadu β€” DMK+: 76, AIADMK+: 43
  • Kerala β€” LDF: 77, UDF 38
  • Assam β€” NDA: 58, UPA 35
  • Puducherry β€” UPA: 8, NDA: 4

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Tamil Nadu: Official trends for 170 seats

DMK leading on 76 seats, AIADMK on 68

Tamil Nadu: Official trends for 170 seats

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Puducherry Election Results Live: NDA maintains lead over SDA

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Official trends: TMC leading in Bengal

TMC leading in 166 seats, BJP in 83

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As per the trends, it is clear that Bharatiya Janata Party will form the government in Assam

Said, CM Sarbananda Sonowal

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Important victory for left in Kerala: CPIM’s Prakash Karat.

CPIM’s Prakash Karat has said it’s an important victory for left in Kerala as in the past 40 years, no government was re-elected for a second successive term. “This shows people of Kerala have appreciated performance of Pinarayi Vijayan govt, the way it tackled floods, COVID and pro-people development,” he adds.

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EC takes serious note of parties celebrating amid Covid concerns

“ECI takes serious note of reports coming in of congregation(s) of people to celebrate anticipated victory. EC has directed Chief Secretaries of all 5 states to file FIR in each such case, suspend concerned SHO and report action taken immediately of each such incidence,” says the Election Commission of India.

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TMC over 200 seats in all counts
  • Around 1:15 TMC is ahead in more than 200 of the 292 seats in West Bengal on most channels
  • Times Now reports the TMC is leading in 204 seats, BJP+ in 85seats, Left-Congress in 1 seat
  • On ABP, the TMC is ahead in 208, BJP in 80 and Cong-Left in 2 seats
  • On NDTV, the TMC is ahead in 204 seats and BJP in 85, Left-Congress in 1 seat
  • On NW18: TMC is ahead in 208, BJP in 80, Left-Congress in 2 seats

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Official counting trends, as of 1.30 PM

  • West Bengal—TMC-202, BJP-77
  • Tamil Nadu— DMK-118, AIADMK-80
  • Kerala—LDF-81, UDF-49
  • Assam—NDA-60, UPA-26
  • Puducherry—UPA-5, NDA-3

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Assam Election Results Live: BJP maintains lead on over 80 seats, Congress slips to 45 seats

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Puducherry Election Results 2021 LATEST Updates

NDA maintains lead in Puducherry

According to the Election Commission’s latest figures, the party-wise leads in Puducherry are as follows-






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Nandigram: Mamta now leads over Suvendu Adhikari

West Bengal Chief Minister and TMC chief Mamata Banerjee is taking on her former aide-turned-rival Suvendu Adhikari of the  BJP. It’s a matter of prestige for Mamata Banerjee and a tryst with history for Suvendu. Nandigram is an Assembly constituency in the Purba Medinipur district, in the South-West Bengal region of West Bengal. The constituency went to polls on April 1, 2021.

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Latest EC trends for TN


DMK alliance ahead in Tamil NaduTrends for 232 out of the total 234 seats are available for Tamil Nadu, as per the Election Commission website

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Trinamool has cornered 48.5% of votes counted so far, BJP a distant second with 37.5%

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Mamata Banerjee is leading in Nandigram by 8000 votes at the end of 13th round of counting.

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Mamata Banerjee wins Nandigram, defeats Suvendu by 1200 votes; Rajnath, Nirmala congratulate Didi on TMC win

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Assam Election Result Updates: CM Sonowal Thanks Modi for Victory, Himanta Wins in Jalukbari.

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Thank people of Kerala for reposing faith in LDF govt: Sitaram Yechury

With the CPI(M)-led LDF set to return to power in Kerala, the party’s general secretary Sitaram Yechury in a video message on Sunday thanked the state’s electorate for showing confidence in the party and vowed that the Left party will continue to fight the challenges faced by people. With the initial trends from the state showing the ruling LDF maintaining its lead in 88 of the 140 assembly constituencies in Kerala while the opposition Congress-headed UDF was ahead in 50 segments, as per trends available till 10.30 am, Yechury seemed confident that his party will emerge triumphant. “I thank the people of Kerala for reposing faith in an unprecedented manner in the way that the previous LDF government tackled all the challenges that the people have faced and also the pandemic scourge. The government gave a Kerala model to the world on how to handle the pandemic,” he said. The CPI(M)-led LDF will play its due role in this and we expect that the people of Kerala who have always stood up as one will continue to do so in a more stronger manner,” he said. (PTI)

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Tamil Nadu Election Results Updates: DMK Alliance Leading In 146 Seats, AIADMK+ In 87. Trends have predicted the MK Stalin-led DMK alliance is set to win over 140 seats. 

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Puducherry results From ECI via Nielsen21/30 seats Β· 16 for majority

Total seatsSeats wonSeats leadingGain/Loss

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Sonia Gandhi dials Mamata Banerjee, Stalin congratulating them for their parties’ win

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TMC demands recount of votes in Nandigram from where CM Mamata Banerjee had contested, alleging illegalities in vote counting process

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The people of Assam have again blessed the NDA’s development agenda & the pro-people track record of our Government in the state: PM Modi

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Tamil Nadu Election Results Updates: DMK wrests power from AIADMK, lead in over 150 seats

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