Voting has been completed for the assembly elections in Assam, Kerala, Puducherry, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal. Votings were held in Kerala, Puducherry and Tamil Nadu in one phase, in three phases in Assam and right in West Bengal. A glimpse of the results was seen in the exit poll. Different exit polls were issued by different media houses. You can see all exit polls together at Headlines India.
WEST BENGAL EXIT POLLS ELECTION RESULT
If we talk about West Bengal, then Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress can win in 149 of the 292 seats in the state, re-voting will be done for two constituencies in Bengal. While its nearest rival Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will finish second with 116 seats. After the elections in the state, this estimate has been made in various exit polls. The leftists have been given 16 seats. In total six exit polls, Mamata Banerjee has been projected to cross half the seats. If this estimate of exit polls results, Mamata will make a hat-trick of victory in the state. However, it cannot be denied that the BJP has given a tough fight to his party this time.
TAMIL NADU EXIT POLLS ELECTION RESULT
According to exit polls, DMK is expected to come to power in Tamil Nadu. According to opinion polls, MK Stalin’s DMK and its allies can have at least 171 seats out of 234 while the current AIADMK and its allies in the state can be reduced to 59 seats. TTV Dinakaran’s AMMK can get two seats. Polling has been held for 234 seats in the state assembly.
KERALA EXIT POLLS ELECTION RESULT
There is a tussle between the ruling Left Democratic Front (LDF) coalition and the Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF) in the assembly elections in the southern state of Kerala, though the LDF has some edge while the UDF is in second place. BJP may also get some seats in the state. According to the exit polls, in 140 assembly seats, the LDF can get 76 seats, which is more than the majority figure of 71 seats.
ASSAM EXIT POLLS ELECTION RESULT
Exit polls from various media houses suggest the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) will have a lead in Assam, and come in power again. According to the exit polls, the BJP may get 72 of 126 seats and Congress (INC) is likely to get 53 seats.
PUDUCHERRY EXIT POLLS ELECTION RESULT
If we talk about Puducherry, the NRC and its allies can get 18 seats in the 30 seats here, while the majority figure is 16.