New Delhi: The contest has become very interesting in many seats in Bengal. There is a tough fight in the popular seat Toliganj. BJP has fielded Union Minister Babul Supriyo from here. BJP leader Babul Supriyo is trailing in this seat. Four rounds later, Babylon Supriyo trailed by over 14,000 votes.
Here, Arup Biswas of TMC got 30300 votes for four rounds. Here Debdutt Ghosh of CPI M has got good votes. He has got 10266 votes for four rounds. That is to say, Debadatta is also seen giving a tough competition to Babylon. However, so far only four rounds have been revealed. It will be interesting to see what happens here after counting all the rounds.
According to the data of the Election Commission website, Arup was leading in this seat from the first round itself. Arup of TMC got 8673 EVM votes in the first round. While Babylon received 4161 EVM votes. While CPI M’s Devadatta Ghosh received 2083 EVM votes.
TMC once again seems to be taking the lead in Bengal. According to Election Commission data, till 1:15 pm TMC was leading in 202 seats, while BJP was leading in 77 seats. Independents 2, Congress 1 and Rashtriya Secular Majlis Party were leading in one seat. However, so far, only trends have emerged in 284 seats out of 292 seats.
The contest is very interesting in many hot seats in West Bengal. BJP’s Shuvendu officials are leading in 5 rounds of counting from Nandigram, the largest seat in West Bengal for BJP and TMC. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is following.
According to the official figures of the Election Commission till 1.30 pm, Suvendu has got 34430 votes, while Mamata Banerjee has got 30655 votes. That is, there is a difference of 3775 votes between the two. In the fifth round, Suvendu got 27640 votes and Mamta got 23930 votes.