Uluberia & Noapara By-Poll Results: TMC Wins In Noapara, Leads In Uluberia

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Update: Trinamool candidate Sajda Ahmed wins Uluberia Lok Sabha constituency, defeats BJP candidate Anupam Mallick by 4,74,000 votes. Both Uluberia and Noapara witnessed a quadrangular contest with BJP emerging as the prime challenger to the TMC. With nearly 40 percent minority community vote share, Uluberia has elected Muslim leaders for the past four decades. Over 76 per cent of the electorate in West Bengal’s Uluberia Lok Sabha constituency.   

Update: TMC leader Partha Chatterjee on his party’s by-polls victory: “As long as people are with us, no amount of political opposition can dislodge us. The poll results are a clear indication that the people of Bengal are strongly in support of the development path charted out by the Mamata Banerjee-led Bengal government. The Congress and the CPM are digging their own graves and are virtually sinking into obliteration by blindly opposing Mamata Banerjee. They should rethink their stand when it is clear that Bengal voters are not approving this blind opposition which is helping the BJP.”

Update: After Fourteenth round counting TMC leads with 5,88211 votes. BJP running in second with 2,18807 and CPI(M) got 1,03015 votes.

Update: After Ninth round counting TMC leads with 3,74,074 votes. BJP running in second with 1,38229 votes and CPI(M) got 71,300 votes.

Update: In Ulluberia constituency TMC has maintained a massive lead of over 2,00,000 votes to its closes BJP rival.

Update: Seventh round counting ends. Sajda Ahmed got 29,1288, leading with 18,4949 votes. BJP candidate Anupam Mallick secured 10,6339 votes. CPI(M) candidate Surabaddin Molla got 55,615 votes.

Update: After the fourth round counting Sajda Ahmed leads with 16,2290 votes. BJP candidate Anupam Mallick got 67,071 votes and CPI(M) candidate Surabaddin Molla got the third position with 34,051 votes till now.

Update: CPI(M) candidate Surabaddin Molla got the third position with 26,079 votes.

Update: BJP candidate Anupam Mallick got the second position with 50,882 votes.

Update: Uluberia third round vote counting ends. Sajda Ahmed got 11,9385 votes. She is leading the vote game with 65,503 votes.

Update: Trinamool candidate in Uluberia leads the vote game with 65,000 votes.

Update: CPI(M) candidate of Uluberia Constituency Surabaddin Molla got third position with 17,668 votes.

Update: BJP candidate of Uluberia Constituency Anupam Mallick got 35,277.

Update: Uluberia Election Result – Last second round counting ended in Uluberia. Trinamool candidate Sajda Ahmed got  77,695 votes.

Update: Trinamool wins Noapara Assembly constituency by a margin of 63,000 votes (54% vote share).

Update: TMC leading after eleventh round. Sunil Singh of TMC has got 77983 votes. BJP’s Sandeep Banerjee jump to second position with 30220 votes. CIP(M)’s Gargi Chatterjee got 28732 votes. Gautam Bose of Congress is trailing by 8405. NOTA 2854. The main contest is between the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) and Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP), which is trying hard to emerge as principle opposition in Mamata Banerjee’s West Bengal

Update: Noapara by poll Result- After the eighth round, TMC Sunil Singh is leading with 35600 votes, CPI(M) Gargi Chatterjee is in the second position, BJP’s Sandip Banerjee third. Over 75.3 per cent in the Noapara Assembly seat voted in bypolls.

Update: Uluberia Election Result- After the first round of Uluberia by poll election result Trinamool is leading by 9000 votes. Both Uluberia and Noapara witnessed a quadrangular contest with BJP emerging as the prime challenger to the TMC. With nearly 40 percent minority community vote share, Uluberia has elected Muslim leaders for the past four decades. Over 76 per cent of the electorate in West Bengal’s Uluberia Lok Sabha constituency. To retain the Uluberia parliamentary seat, TMC fielded Sultan Ahmed’s widow, Sajda. The CPI(M)-led Left Front nominated Sabiruddin Molla, the Congress fielded S K Madassar Hossain Warsi and the BJP, its district committee leader, Anupam Mallik.

Update: Noapara by poll Result- TMC leading with a huge margin in Noapara assembly seat after sixth round counting. Sunil Singh of TMC has got 46281 votes. Tough fight is going on between BJP and CPI(M) for the second position. Till now CPI(M) is in the second position. Gargi Chatterjee of CPIM has got 16444. On the other hand, BJP’s Sandeep Banerjee is in the third position with 15570. Congress’s Gautam Basu is in fourth place with 4842 votes. NOTA gets 1605 votes. Over 75.3 percent in the Noapara Assembly seat voted in bypolls.

Update: In the first round of Noapara assembly election counting – TMC got 7329 votes, Left front candidate Gargi Chatterjee in second place with 2290 votes and BJP candidate is in third place with 2286 votes. Whereas, Goutam Bose of Congress got 1503 votes and 234 votes in NOTA. Both Uluberia and Noapara witnessed a quadrangular contest with BJP emerging as the prime challenger to the TMC.

Update: Counting of votes for Uluberia Constituency begins at CIPT college. Counting of five Assembly Constituency going on in Uluberia college. Both Uluberia and Noapara witnessed a quadrangular contest with BJP emerging as the prime challenger to the TMC. With nearly 40 percent minority community vote share, Uluberia has elected Muslim leaders for the past four decades. Over 76 per cent of the electorate in West Bengal’s Uluberia Lok Sabha constituency and 75.3 per cent in the Noapara Assembly seat voted in bypolls. The main contest is between the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) and Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP), which is trying hard to emerge as principle opposition in Mamata Banerjee’s West Bengal.

Kolkata: The by-election results of Uluberia Lok Sabha and Noapara Assembly seats in West Bengal will be declared today. The bypolls to Uluberia Lok Sabha and Noapara Assembly seats were held on January 29. Over 76 per cent of the electorate in West Bengal’s Uluberia Lok Sabha constituency and 75.3 per cent in the Noapara Assembly seat voted in bypolls. The main contest is between the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) and Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP), which is trying hard to emerge as principle opposition in Mamata Banerjee’s West Bengal.

The by-elections were necessitated by the death of Sultan Ahmed, the sitting TMC MP from Uluberia, and of Madhusudan Ghose, Congress MLA from the Noapara Assembly seat. To retain the Uluberia parliamentary seat, TMC fielded Sultan Ahmed’s widow, Sajda. The CPI(M)-led Left Front nominated Sabiruddin Molla, the Congress fielded S K Madassar Hossain Warsi and the BJP, its district committee leader, Anupam Mallik. Five independent candidates are also in the fray for the Lok Sabha seat.

In Noapara Assembly constituency, the Congress nominated Goutam Bose to retain the seat. TMC fielded Sunil Singh and the CPI(M) Gargi Chatterjee. Sandip Banerjee of the BJP is also in the fray. In 2016, TMC bagged 211 out of the 295 seats in West Bengal Assembly elections. The Congress won 44, the Left front 32 and the BJP 6 seats. In 2014 Lok Sabha elections, TMC won 34 seats out of the 44 parliamentary seats in West Bengal. The Congress bagged four and Left Front and BJP two seats each.

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