New Delhi: 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.
Significantly, out of 292 assembly seats in West Bengal, a majority of 147 seats were required. Out of these TMC trends, once again taking the lead in 210 seats, clearly seems to be climbing the power ladder. Since it is very difficult to come up against the opposite trends, the TMC seems to be putting on a hat-trick of victory in West Bengal.
At the same time, BJP is leading in 79 seats in West Bengal. However, compared to the 2016 elections, the BJP has gained a big lead. Then BJP and allies managed to win only three seats. while
Let me tell you that the hint of the victory of the Trinamool Congress was found only in the trends, in which TMC was seen to be making a big lead from the beginning. This was the reason that in West Bengal The journalists were called close to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s house. Political analysts saw this as a sign of TMC’s victory. It was then assumed that Chief Minister Banerjee could soon declare victory in a conversation with journalists.
However, due to the continuous backwardness of Mamata Banerjee, the Nandigram seat, the beats of TMC workers must have been picking up. But there were also reports of Mamta Banerjee taking the lead in this seat. Significantly, Banerjee was in front of her former colleague Shuvendu Adhikari in this seat, who had an edge over Banerjee from the beginning.
In this election, Mamata Banerjee left her traditional Bhawanipur seat and reached Nandigram to face the officer. while Shuvendu Adhikari had spoken out of quitting politics for failing to win this election.