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.
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.
- 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
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.
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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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.
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