Bengal LIVE: TMC gets majority in trends, Mamata Banerjee still behind in Nandigram

The results of the assembly elections held in West Bengal are being declared today. Mamta Banerjee's Trinamool Congress and Bharatiya Janata Party...

Bengal LIVE: TMC gets majority in trends, Mamata Banerjee still behind in Nandigram

The election results are being declared in West Bengal today. In this battle of assembly elections held in the Corona era, there is a great battle between the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Trinamool Congress. Mamta Banerjee has been in power for 10 years and the BJP is giving it a contest this time. Stay updated for which seat is updated in Bengal.

Live updates related to Bengal elections:

10.11 AM: Mamta Banerjee is trailing continuously on Nandigram seat in West Bengal. Till the third round count, Shubhendu Adhikari was leading by 8106 votes.

10.08 AM: TMC gets majority in trends. Till now, TMC is looking at 148 seats in Bengal, BJP seems to get 116 seats.

10.01 AM: In the elections of Bengal, there is a competition at this time. Babul Supriyo of BJP is currently trailing from Tollyganj seat by 13 thousand votes.

09.46 AM: A thorn collision is going on in Bengal at this time. Even after the second round from Nandigram seat, Shubhendu officers are leading, Shubhendu is leading by 4551 votes. TMC is leading in Singur in Bengal.

09.42 AM: In the trends so far, TMC 125 and BJP are leading in 117 seats. There is a continuous competition in the trends. Explain that a figure of 147 is needed for victory in Bengal.

09.25 AM: BJP's Locket Chatterjee is trailing from Hooghly's seat at the moment. Mamta Banerjee is also following in Nandigram.

09.20 AM: TMC has gone beyond 100 in the trends, while BJP is also ahead in 95 seats. On Nandigram seat, Shubhendu officer is giving a thumping fight to Bengal CM Mamta Banerjee.

09.00 AM: By 9 am, trends of 143 seats have come in Bengal. TMC is leading in 79 and BJP 64 seats so far.

08.51 AM: Mamta Banerjee is leading from Nandigram seat of Bengal, she is facing Shuvendu Adhikari. While Babul Supriyo of BJP is leading in Tollygunge seat. Mukul Roy is also leading from Krishnanagar seat.

08.43 AM: During the counting in 24 Parganas of West Bengal, the health of an electoral worker has worsened. First aid is being done by removing the employee from the counting place.

08.42 AM: Early trends have started coming in Bengal. TMC is ahead in Bolpur, Nanur seat in Bengal, while BJP is leading in Sainthia seat. TMC is moving ahead in Baruipur West. BJP is leading in Habibpur seat of Malda.

08.40 AM: The trend of 100 seats has come in West Bengal, so far TMC has 53 seats and BJP has 47 seats. These are only the initial trends, there is no result.

08.30 AM: Trends in 51 seats have come in West Bengal, till now TMC on 28 seats, BJP is leading in 23 seats. Both parties are giving each other a thorn.

08.20 AM: Trinamool Congress is leading in 19 and BJP in 14 seats. The picture is changing very fast in the trends, although these are still the initial trends.

08.10 AM: Shortly after the counting of votes started in West Bengal, the first trend has come. The first trend of Bengal has gone in favor of BJP. Till 8.15 am, BJP is ahead in 4 seats, while TMC is ahead in 1 seat.

08.00 AM: Counting of votes has started at different counting centers in Bengal. There is a rush of agents at the counting centers and electoral trends will start coming soon.

07.30 AM: All preparations related to counting of votes in Siliguri have been completed. Counting of votes is to be done from 8 am and counting agents continue to arrive before that.

Based on the success achieved in the Lok Sabha elections, the BJP made a plan to win more than 200 seats in Bengal. The BJP led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi campaigned with full force, while the Mamata Banerjee-Abhishek Banerjee-led TMC showed strength. Voting took place in 8 phases in 292 assembly seats in West Bengal, violence also took place at some places.

West Bengal recorded a total of 81.87% in 8 phases. A total of 108 counting centers have been set up in the state, in which there is a three-tier security system. Around 256 Central Force companies have also been deployed in security.

Exit polls regarding West Bengal were revealed in which a collision of thorns has been shown in Bengal. In the exit poll of India Today Axis My India, BJP has estimated 134-160 seats, TMC will get 130-156 seats.