Cong Routed In Assam, LF Decimated In Bengal

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    • Assembly polls 2016: Poll results show that a strong foundation of BJP has been laid for ensuring victory in 2019 Lok Sabha polls, Amit Shah says

    • Tamil Nadu assembly polls result: Jayalalithaa wins RK Nagar constituency by a margin of 39,537 votes

    • Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal likely to attend Mamata’s oath taking ceremony.
    • Mamata Banerjee wins Bhawanipore.
    • Assam assembly polls: I congratulate Sarbananda Sonowal & BJP for their grand success, we will fulfil our role as opposition, Tarun Gogoi says

    • It’s a historic win because this is the first time since 1984 that the ruling party has come back to power: J Jayalalithaa

    • Tarun Gogoi: I am sad, but not disheartened

    • TMC heavy weight and former West Bengal transport minister, Madan Mitra lost Kamarhati to Manas Mukherjee on CPM.
    • Violence reported in West Bengal, CPM office set on fire allegdly by TMC goons.
    • Congress rejects suggestions that Rahul Gandhi should accept blame for party’s debacle in five states, party’s chief spokesperson says: PTI

    • Politics of award-wapasi and intolerance debate has been rejected by people. People only vote for development: Piyush Goyal
    • BJP Bengal president Dilip Ghosh wins his first election from Kharagpur Sadar by over 12,000 votes. Mr Ghosh beats Gyan Singh Sohanpal of Congress.

    • Unmatched efforts and sacrifice of party workers in Kerala, WB and TN has established a strong party base in these states: Amit Shah.
    • In Assam BJP wins 29 seats, INC-1. In Tamil Nadu AIADMK-6 and DMK-6. In Kerala, LDF-79, UDF-47, BJP-1. In Puducherry, INC-11, AIADMK-2, AINRC-7. Im West Bengal, TMC-59, Left-4, INC-10, BJP-1.
    • We have ideological differences with BJP but we will always support on issues that are beneficial to the people. We will support GST: Mamata
    • BJP registered victory in a seat in West bengal.
    • Assam Polls: BJP candidate Himanta Biwa Sharma won from Jalukbari, Sarbananda Sonowal from Majuli.
    • We accept the verdict of the people with humility. My best wishes to the parties that have won the elections: Rahul Gandhi

    • We will take oath on May 27. A session of assembly will be called before May 29: Mamata Banerjee
    • A smear campaign was launched against us for the last 2 years but we’re thankful to people for rejecting such campaigns & giving us victory
    • Want to congratulate BJP. We have lost because of Congress party: Badruddin Ajmal, AIUDF Chief
    • So far TMC has won 10 seats in West Bengal.
    • BJP has started to win in Assam and other states; Congress will be wiped off as and when elections are held in other states, says BJP’s Kiren Rijiju

    • BJP will do everything possible to fulfil dreams & aspirations of the people of Assam: PM Modi
    • BJP’s Sarbananda Sonowal thanks people for historic mandate in Assam.

    • TMC candidate from Jhargram in West Bengal, Sukumar Hansda registers victory.
    • Prime Minister Narendra Modi wishes Jayalalithaa, Mamata  on their victory in Tamil Nadu and West Bengal
    • Celebrations begin in true Bengali style outside Mamata’s home
    • TMC candidate Churamoni Mahato won from Gopibhallavpur in West Bengal
    • AIADMK, DMK bribed the voters: PMK’s Anbumani Ramadoss
    • Assam assembly polls: This victory is important for BJP. It is also a lesson for Congress, BJP’s Ram Madhav says

    • West Bengal polls: TMC candidate Subhendu Adhikary registers win from Nandigram and Nayana Banerjee from Chowringhee. So far TMC has won 4 seats.
    • Assam assembly polls: Want to thank people of Assam for giving us 48% – 49% vote, government is committed to the development of the state, BJP’s Ram Madhav says

    • West Bengal: Trinamool candidate  Shashi Panja won from Shyampukur seat.
    • Puducherry: AINRC wins 3 seats – Mangalam, Kathirkamam, Karaikal North
    • Tamil Nadu: Celebration at AIADMK HQ in Chennai. amma

    • In Assam BJP is leading in 78 seats and AIUDF in 14 seats.
    • West Bengal polls: Mamata Banerjee takes a lead of 7018 votes after fourth round.
    • Puducherry assembly polls results: Maladi Krishna Rao of Congress wins Yanam

    • Celebrations outside Mamata Banerjee’s residence after early trends show her leading by over 3,000 votes

    • Union territory of Puducherry witnessed the highest poll percentage: 80%
    • Amma on track to become first Tamil Nadu CM in 32 years to be re-elected
    • TMC draws first blood in West Bengal registers win in Arambagh seat.
    • Assam assembly polls: AIUDF chief Badruddin Ajmal is now trailing by over 8,000 votes in South Salmara
    • West Bengal: Mamata Banerjee takes big lead of over 3000 votes over BJP’s Chandra Bose in Bhabanipur
    • BJP all set to make debut in West Bengal.
    • Kerala assembly polls: In Dharmadom Pinarayi Vijayan leads by over 18,000 votes

    • West Bengal assembly polls: BJP’s Chandra Bose closes gap in Bhowanipur constituency, Mamata Banerjee now leads by 158 votes

    • As fears mounted that the DMK might not be able to take the lead over the AIADMK in Tamil Nadu as counting of votes continued on Thursday, stock of Sun TV fell more than 7% to Rs 396.95 at 9.20am on the BSE.
    • Assam assembly election: AIUDF chief Badruddin Ajmal trailing by over 2,400 votes to Congress’s candidate from Salmara South constituency (ANI)

    • West Bengal latest: TMC-124, Left alliance-34, BJP-3

    • West Bengal assembly polls: BJP’s Chandra Bose in 3rd position in Bhowanipur constituency, Mamata Banerjee leads

    • In West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee takes lead in Bhowanipore.
    • Assam CM Tarun Gogoi wishes BJP CM candidate Sarbananda Sonowal Good luck.
    • Mamata’s Trinamool Congress has taken a healthy lead over the Left Front and the Congress in the initial rounds of counting.
    • In Assam , CM Tarun Gogoi is leading.
    • Assam assembly polls: BJP’s Tapan Gogoi is leading in Sonari against Congress minister Sarat Barkotoki

    • Assam assembly polls: BJP leading in Dibrugarh, Moran, Lahoal and Tingkhong, according to latest EC data from postal ballots

 

  • Kerala assembly polls: NDA candidate Sreesanth pushed to 3rd position at Thiruvananthapuram. Minister VS Sivakumar is leading with over 2,000 votes

  • Kerala assembly polls: NDA candidate Sreesanth pushed to 3rd position at Thiruvananthapuram. Minister VS Sivakumar is leading with over 2,000 votes

  • West Bengal polls: BJP’s Roopa Ganguly trails
  • BJP emerging as the bis boss in Assam with a lead in 44 seats, while the Congress leading in 22 seats, AIUDF is leading in 8 seats.
  • Assam assembly polls: Rain delays counting in Golaghat and Nagaon districts

  • Kerala assembly polls: Oommen Chandy leading from Puthupally constituency by 2019 votes (ANI)

  • The rains that have lashed parts of Tamil Nadu seems have done nothing to reduce the heat of the battle. Early trends coming in from the state showed the AIADMK and the DMK locked in a neck-to-neck battle.
  • West Bengal assembly polls: Bratya Basu leads from Dumdum, Sovan Chatterjee leads in Behala(east), Madan Mitra leads from Kamarhati, Rabin Deb leads in Singur

  • Tamil Nadu assembly polls: AIADMK leads in Tiruparankundram in Madurai district as of 8.50am

  • Kerala assembly polls: NDA candidate Sobha Surendran leads in Palakkad constituency by 124 votes

  • BJP has taken early leads in Assam assembly elections where counting of votes for 126 seats is under way at 51 counting centres across the state amidst tight security.
  • In Tamil Nadu Amma leads in 68 seats while Karunanidhi trailing in 65 seats.
  • Rahul Sinha of the BJP leading from Jorasanko in central Kolkata. This is where Vivekananda Road flyover had collapsed in March

  • PT Thomas leading in Kerala’s Thrikkakkara constituency. Counting in 8 of 148 booths completed

  • Kerala polls: Latest EC data shows LDF leading in 22 seats, UDF in 23 seats and NDA opens it account with a lead in Kottayam

  • Tamil Nadu polls: DMK leading in 11 seats and AIADMK in 6 as counting of postal ballots continues

  • In Puducherry, INC-4, AINRC-1, Jayalalithaa-4 till 08:24 am.
  • In Tamil Nadu Karunanidhi leading in 14 seats, Jayalalithaa in 7 seats.
  • In Kerala, INC leading in 37 seats, Left-52, BJP-1, Others-0.
  • In Assam, the BJP is emerging as the new choice and leading in 27 seats, Congress-10, AIUDF-6, Others-3.
  • Actor and former minister Ganesh Kumar (LDF) leading by 70 votes (postal ballots) in Pathanapuram constituency in Kollam (Kerala)

  • Vote counting begins in West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Assam, Kerala and Puducherry amid tight security.

 

New Delhi: Counting of votes in the high-stakes Assembly Elections in West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Assam, Kerala and Puducherry will be taken up on Thursday morning.

S Sreesanth, the BJP candidate in Thiruvananthapuram, hopes that his party would be able to get 30 to 35 seats in Kerala Legislative Assembly Election 2016 and opens its account in Kerala.

Exit polls have predicted that the Trinamool will retain power, with different agencies putting the majority figure ranging from a slender 155 to a huge 253 in the 294-member house.

All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) chief Badruddin Ajmal dismisses the verdict given by Assam Election 2016 exit poll and says he was confident that his party would get 30 to 40 seats in the northeastern state.

Chief Election Commissioner Nasim Zaidi notes that there was widespread use of black money in Tamil Nadu during Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly Election 2016. With the help of surveillance and flying squads, the authorities were able to seize more than Rs 110 crores, adds Zaidi.

he counting of votes will decide the fate of approximately 8,300 candidates including Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi in Assam and CM contender BJP’s Sarbananda Sonowal and Himanta Biswas, Chief Minister Jayalalithaa and Karunandhi in Tamil Nadu, Chief Minister Oommen Chandy, CPI(M) leaders VS Achutanandan and Pinarayi Vijayan in Kerala, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and CPI(M) Suryakanta Mishra in West Bengal and Chief Minister M Rangaswamy in Puducherry.

As per various exit polls broadcast on May 16, Assam appeared to have voted for change, giving the BJP its first government in the northeastern state. Not just Assam, Congress may lose Kerala too. DMK has been tipped to regain power defeating AIADMK in Tamil Nadu. Only West Bengal seems to have bucked the trend in exit polls by re-electing Trinamool Congress led by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who managed to hold on to power by defeating the Left-Congress alliance convincingly for a second consecutive term. In Union Territory of Puducherry, the Congress could take solace from its projected victory in alliance with the DMK.

Counting of votes will commence at 8 am and end by 3 pm.

First trends are expected to be available after an hour. By 12 noon, a clear picture could emerge on the winners.

Just a few more hours and the wait will be over. Counting of votes in the Assembly Elections in West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Assam, Kerala and Puducherry will be taken up on Thursday morning.

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