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West Bengal Assembly Election Results 2016


Monteswar By Election Results 2016
YearAC NOA. C. No.Assembly Constituency NameCategoryWinnerSexPartyVoteRunner-upSexPartyVote
2016263By PollsMonteswarGENSaikat PanjaMAITC147316Md. Osman Gani SarkarMCPM20189


West Bengal Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Elections Live Result 2016

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West Bengal Assembly Election Result

State Lead+Win Second Lead+Win Others : Lead+Win
West Bengal (294)AITC 211INC 44CPM 26GJM 3

Party wise West Bengal Election Result 2016


Party wise West Bengal Election Result 2011

About West Bengal (WB) Assembly Election 2016 Results



The West Bengal Assembly elections were held in six phases from 4 April to 5 May 2016 to select representatives from 294 constituencies of the state legislative assembly. The overall voter turnout was about 81%. The Trinamool Congress and the Left Front are the two main contenders in the state. After inflicting a massive defeat on the Left Front in the landmark elections of 2011, the TMC looks set to repeat its win. Whether the Left Front's tacit alliance with Congress will succeed in withholding the TMC will be something worth watching out for. Try as it might, the BJP is not likely to bag any more than one seat in the state. Counting of votes and announcement of results will take place on 19 May 2016. According to opinion polls, the Trinamool Congress will come back to power though there might be some erosion in vote share.

West Bengal Elections 2016 News and Live Updates

West Bengal exit polls bring relief to Trinamool camp

West Bengal exit polls bring relief to Mamata Banerjee and AITC camp

Exit Poll Prediction: Mamta in West Bengal Again

As per latest exit polls, Mamta Banerjee has chances to win again in West Bengal.

84 per cent voter turnout in final phase of West Bengal

Over 84 per cent of the electorate exercised their franchise on Thursday in the sixth and last phase of crucial West Bengal Assembly election in the two districts of East Midnapore and Cooch Behar.

West Bengal By Election Results September 16, 2014



PartyWinChange*
TMC10
BJP1+1
Cong0-1
CPM00
Others00
Awaited0


Cons. No.Assembly ConsistuencyWinnerSexPartyVoteRunner up SexPartyVoteVote Margin
124Basirhat DakshinSamik BhattacharyaMBJP71002Dipendu Biswas (Mithu)MTMC694161586
162ChowrangeeNayna BandyopadhyayMTMC38328Ritesh TiwariMBJP2398414344


West Bengal Elections 2011 Results

2011 West Bengal Assembly Election Result Map
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*Map showing all the Assembly Constituencies in West Bengal

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Last Updated on : December 20, 2016

 

     


     

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