Nandigram Election Result: Trinamool Congress (Trinamool Congress) victory in Bengal elections is in danger. TMC has put a hat-trick here.
Nandigram Election Result: Trinamool Congress in Bengal elections (Trinamool Congress) The victory of victory is over. TMC has put a hat-trick here. In Bengal, Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress won 213 seats, while the BJP won 77 seats. The left sweep cleared, while the Congress and others won 1–1 seats. TMC won a historic victory in Bengal, but Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Nandigram seat (Nandigram Election Result) But I lost. During the day-long counting of votes in Nandigram, sometimes the Shubhendu officials of BJP kept going ahead and sometimes Mamata Banerjee. But in the end, Shubhendu Adhikari was declared victorious. Initially, Mamata Banerjee was said to have won by 1200 votes, however she was defeated later. Also Read – West Bengal: JP Nadda said- BJP workers are facing the cruelty of TMC people, the situation is very serious
The TMC approached the Election Commission regarding the matter and demanded a re-counting of votes on this seat. The Election Commission turned down TMC’s demand. After the day-long counting of votes, the Election Commission announced the defeat of Mamta Banerjee by 1,956 votes. The Commission has confirmed that the officer got 1,10,764 votes, while his rival Banerjee got 1,08,808 votes in favor. According to the Election Commission website, Meenakshi Mukherjee of CPI-M came third with 6227 votes. Also Read – Congress said- TMC workers also attacked our workers, handle the situation Mamta Banerjee
However, there was confusion for hours before the official results came, as a section of the media began to hear about Mamata’s victory over the officer. In view of this, the Trinamool Congress wrote a letter to the Chief Electoral Officer demanding a re-election. According to party sources, the Trinamool alleged that EVMs have been tampered with and there are discrepancies in their numbers, the voting process was also stopped repeatedly and the election officials did not give information about it. The party alleged that valid votes in favor of Banerjee were rejected while invalid votes were also counted in favor of BJP. Also Read – Violence case reached Supreme Court in West Bengal, BJP demands CBI inquiry
The Trinamool termed the presiding officer’s refusal to count the votes again as “bad for the law”. Meanwhile, the officer tweeted and thanked the people for voting in his favor and choosing him as their representative. The TMC had declared the counting process as ‘mess’. Mamta Banerjee accused him of “malfeasance” and said that she would approach the court. Bengal CM Mamta Banerjee said, ‘I accept the decision. But I will turn to the court, because I am aware that after the declaration of results, some manipulations were made and I will disclose them.