Mamta wins Nandigram
New Delhi, May 2: In West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee appears to be heading towards a third term with her party expected to win over 200 seats if not more.
Mamata Banerjee wins Nandigram, defeats BJP’s Suvendu Adhikari by 1,200 votes.
The BJP, as per the Election Commission data, is leading in 80 seats currently.
In Tamil Nadu, MK Stalin is set to become the state Chief Minister with the DMK-led alliance leading in over 140 seats. In Kerala, the Pinarayai Vijayan-led LDF government looks set to create history by becoming the first government to fight incumbency and retain power in the state.
The Congress, meanwhile, had a dismal performance in the state, with the UDF leading in only 41 seats at present. In Assam, the BJP is set to have a second term with the party’s alliance leading in 76 of the 126 seats while the Congress alliance is leading in 48. In Puducherry, the NRC+ alliance is inching towards the halfway mark with leads in 12 seats.