West Bengal

Mamata Banerjee Loses Nandigram: Mamata Banerjee’s defeat in Nandigram, Shubhedu Adhikari defeated by more than 1900 votes

Mamta Banerjee herself has admitted defeat in her press.

Mamata Banerjee Loses Nandigram: Mamata Banerjee has lost in Nandigram in a tough competition. He has been defeated by the Shubhedu Adhikari by over 1900 votes. Although earlier it was said in many reports that Mamata Banerjee won from Nandigram by 1200 votes. But now reports are coming that Mamata Banerjee has lost in Nandigram. Mamta Banerjee herself has admitted defeat in her press. He said the decision of Nandigram is acceptable. Forget the people of Nandigram, Bengal have expressed TMC. However, the Election Commission has not yet officially announced this. Also Read – Mamata Banerjee holding press conference after victory, ‘Khela Hobe’ slogan got so much benefit, told

Explain that in the trends available for 286 seats in the ongoing counting of votes for the 292 seats of the West Bengal Assembly, the ruling Trinamool Congress is looking to regain power in the state with a lead of 212 seats, while the BJP on 78 seats is at the front. Also Read – West Bengal Election Results: BJP leader Mukul Roy won from Krishnanagar North seat, Babul Supriyo backward

However, Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee lost to Nandigram seat with her former aide and BJP candidate Shubhendu Adhikari. Defying the estimates of a tough contest, the Trinamool Congress seems to be moving towards a swift victory and if the current trends turn into results, the party will very easily form a government in the state for the third consecutive time. Also Read – Mamata Banerjee made this statement for the first time after the overwhelming victory, BJP did not take name


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