2021 Bhabanipur By Election Result Today, Bhabanipur Bypoll Results: There will be 21 rounds of counting of votes in the Bhabanipur constituency.
2021 Bhabanipur By Election Result Today, Bhabanipur Bypoll Results Live Updates: Mamata Banerjee is leading by over 2,500 votes after second round of counting.
Bhabanipur Bypoll Results Today: TMC chief Mamata Banerjee is leading by 58,389 votes after all 21 rounds of counting in Bhabanipur bypolls, according to the official Election Commission data. Banerjee received 84,709 votes against BJP’s Priyanka Tibrewal who has got 26,320 votes. The by-election is a litmus test for Banerjee who is contesting the seat to continue as the chief minister of West Bengal.
There will be 21 rounds of counting of votes in the Bhabanipur constituency. The Election Commission has arranged for a three-tier security system, called in 24 companies of central forces and have already deployed them at the counting centre.
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The election on September 30 saw a modest turnout of 53.32 per cent. Two other Assembly seats in the state, which went to polls on the same day, however, reported a higher turnout. Samserganj recorded 78.60 per cent voter turnout, while Jangipur 76.12 per cent till 5 pm, as per Election Commission data. Voting was largely peaceful, and no major incident of violence or electoral malpractice was reported, EC officials said.
Bypoll to Bhabanipur was necessitated following the resignation of Trinamool Congress MLA Sovandeb Chattopadhyay to facilitate Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s election to the assembly. Banerjee lost in Nandigram, as per the results of the assembly election declared by the EC in May. According to the constitutional provision, a person has to get elected within six months of taking oath as a chief minister or a minister. She took oath as chief minister for the third consecutive term on May 5.