Nandigram, West Bengal Assembly election result 2021 live updates: Mamata Banerjee trailing Suvendu Adhikari

12:48 IST: After 4 hours of counting, Adhikari Suvendu of BJP is presently main in Nandigram. Mamata Banerjee of AITC is presently within the second place. There is a distinction to of 7237 votes between the 2 candidates.

12:48 IST: BJP’s Adhikari Suvendu has maintained their lead in Nandigram. Right now, Adhikari Suvendu has polled 34430 votes and is main over AITC candidate Mamata Banerjee, who has polled 30655 votes.

12:22 IST: BJP candidate Adhikari Suvendu is presently within the lead in Nandigram with 34430 votes. AITC candidate Mamata Banerjee is within the second place with 30655 votes.

12:12 IST: Meanwhile, on the state stage TMC main on 198 seat, BJP+ main on 92 seat, OTH main on 2 seat

12:06 IST: livetv_share

11:56 IST: Who goes to win Nandigram? Current counting tendencies favour Adhikari Suvendu of BJP. Adhikari Suvendu has polled 7287 votes up to now and is presently main over Mamata Banerjee of AITC,who has polled 5790 votes.

11:18 IST: BJP candidate Adhikari Suvendu appears headed for a victory over AITC’s Mamata Banerjee in Nandigram. While votes are nonetheless being counted, Adhikari Suvendu has a considerable lead of 8201 votes over Mamata Banerjee.

11:16 IST: Things look tough for AITC’s Mamata Banerjee, who’s presently within the second place in Nandigram. BJP’s Adhikari Suvendu is presently within the first place with an enormous lead of 8201 votes over Mamata Banerjee.

11:13 IST: Wondering what is going on on on the state’s stage in West Bengal? Latest tendencies present that TMC main on 188 seat, BJP+ main on 98 seat, OTH main on 4 seat

11:13 IST: Counting continues to be on in Nandigram, however issues look fairly good for BJP candidate Adhikari Suvendu proper now. Adhikari Suvendu has a cushty lead of 4728 votes over AITC candidate Mamata Banerjee proper now.

10:55 IST: BJP candidate Adhikari Suvendu appears headed for a victory over AITC’s Mamata Banerjee in Nandigram. While votes are nonetheless being counted, Adhikari Suvendu has a considerable lead of 4728 votes over Mamata Banerjee.

10:38 IST: Things look tough for AITC’s Mamata Banerjee, who’s presently within the second place in Nandigram. BJP’s Adhikari Suvendu is presently within the first place with an enormous lead of 4728 votes over Mamata Banerjee.

10:38 IST: Counting continues to be on in Nandigram, however issues look fairly good for BJP candidate Adhikari Suvendu proper now. Adhikari Suvendu has a cushty lead of 4728 votes over AITC candidate Mamata Banerjee proper now.

10:24 IST: BJP candidate Adhikari Suvendu presently forward of AITC candidate Mamata Banerjee as counting continues in Nandigram.

10:21 IST: Meanwhile, on the state stage TMC main on 152 seat., BJP+ main on 119 seat., LEFT+ main on 3 seat., OTH main on 3 seat.

10:12 IST: BJP candidate Adhikari Suvendu is now within the lead. BJP candidate Adhikari Suvendu has overtaken AITC candidate Mamata Banerjee in Nandigram, and presently has a lead of 1497 votes over the latter.

10:11 IST: livetv_share

09:34 IST: Counting of votes has begun in West Bengal’s Nandigram. Initial tendencies present that Adhikari Suvendu of BJP is main. Manoj Kumar Das of SUCI(C) is presently within the second place.

08:03 IST: And right here we go. Counting of votes has begun in Nandigram. Will AITC be capable to maintain on to the seat? Stay tuned to search out out. The preliminary result tendencies for Nandigram might be out shortly.

07:52 IST: Hello, good morning and welcome to our live protection of meeting election outcomes from West Bengal’s Nandigram. Counting of votes in Nandigram will start at 8 am and preliminary tendencies will roll out shortly thereafter. AITC had received from the Nandigram seat over the past West Bengal Assembly election. Stay with us, as we carry you the most recent updates on Nandigram meeting election outcomes.
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