Assembly Elections 2021 Results: Check who is leading and from where as per latest trends

New Delhi: Latest trends suggest shows that TMC is leading in the West Bengal Assembly polls with 200+ seats where BJP is ahead on 80+ seats. The DMK-led alliance is leading with 145 seats in 234-member Tamil Nadu Assembly where AIADMK is leading on 88 seats.

The Left Democratic Front (LDF) is leading in 85 seats in the 140-seat Kerala Assembly. In the 126-seat Assam Assembly, BJP-led NDA alliance is leading in 77 seats.

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The counting of votes for the Assembly elections began in the four states- Assam, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and Union Territory of Puducherry adhering to COVID-19 protocols.

While Assam and West Bengal saw multiple phases of polling, electors in Kerala, Puducherry and Tamil Nadu cast their votes in a single phase on April 6. The exit polls for the four states and a Union Territory predicted a clear victory for DMK-led alliance in Tamil Nadu,

LDF retaining power in Kerala and BJP-led NDA in Assam and a tight contest in Bengal with several surveys giving an edge to the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC). In Puducherry, the polls predicted victory for NDA.

On counting day, 30,281 policemen, including 3,332 central armed police personnel, will be on duty. This includes 207 DySPs, 611 inspectors and 2,003 sub-inspectors (SIs) or Additional sub-inspectors (ASIs). As many as 49 companies of central police forces have been deployed at 140 counting centres.

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