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Election Results in 4 States, 1 UT Amid Surge in COVID Cases

Catch all the live updates on West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Assam, and Puducherry Assembly results here.

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After almost two months of the electoral process, counting of votes for the Assembly elections began across four states and one Union Territory on Sunday, 2 May.

Amid the surge in the number of coronavirus cases in the country, results for Assembly elections of four states – West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Assam – and one Union Territory, Puducherry, will be announced on Sunday.

Click here for Live Updates from West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Assam and Puducherry.

Snapshot
  • The West Bengal Assembly elections were conducted in eight phases
  • In Kerala, UDF is trying to regain lost ground in the state and come back to power after a gap of five years
  • DMK Chief MK Stalin will become the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu for the first time, if his party wins the election
  • While the exit polls predict NDA victory in Assam, jailed activist and prominent peasant leader Akhil Gogoi and other candidates of his party, Raijor Dal, fought the election as Independents
9:11 PM , 02 May

Assam: AGP's Atul Bora Wins Bokakhat

Asom Gana Parishad’s Atul Bora has won with a margin of 45,181 votes in Bokakhat constituency, with independent candidate Pranab Doley trailing behind.

Election Results in 4 States, 1 UT Amid Surge in COVID Cases
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9:11 PM , 02 May

Assam: INC's Sherman Ali Ahmed Wins Baghbar

Sherman Ali Ahmed from INC has won the Baghbar constituency by a margin of 13,942 votes, with Rajib Ahmed of All India United Democratic Front trailing behind.

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9:04 PM , 02 May

Kerala: UDF's Leader Ramesh Chennithala Wins Haripad

Congress candidate and leader of the UDF alliance Ramesh Chennithala has won in Haripad with a margin of 13,666 votes, over CPI(M) candidate R Sajilal.

Election Results in 4 States, 1 UT Amid Surge in COVID Cases
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9:03 PM , 02 May

Kerala: CPI(M) Candidate Wins Nemom After Close Fight With BJP

BJP’s Kummanam Rajasekharan was unable to retain the party’s hold over Nemom, as CPI(M) candidate V Sivankutty won the seat with a margin of 3,949 votes.

Election Results in 4 States, 1 UT Amid Surge in COVID Cases

Published: 02 May 2021, 7:12 AM IST
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