Odisha, West Bengal Assembly By Election Results: The Trinamool Congress is heading towards a massive victory in all three seats in West Bengal – Bhabanipur, Samserganj and Jangipur – which went to bypolls on September 30. Meanwhile, BJD’s Rudra Pratap Maharathy is leading in Odisha’s Pipili where by-election was held along with the three seats in Bengal.
Samserganj recorded 78.60 per cent voter turnout, while Jangipur 76.12 per cent till 5 pm, as per the Election Commission data. Elections to these seats were countermanded in the state Assembly polls earlier this year due to the death of the candidates. The voting was largely peaceful and no major incident of violence or electoral malpractice was reported, Election officials said.
Odisha, West Bengal Bypoll Results: Vote Counting of West Bengal and Odisha By Election
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The Jangipur election will see a three-way contest between TMC candidate and former state minister Jakir Hossain, who had the seat in 2016, the BJP
’s Sujit Das, and the RSP’s Alam Mian. The RSP is a member of the Left Front. During the March-April elections, the ruling party did not field Hossain since he was still recovering from the critical injuries he suffered in a bomb blast at the Nimtita railway station in Murshidabad on February 17.
Traditionally, Jangipur has been a Congress bastion, with the grand old party winning the seat 11 times till now. However, this time the party, which contested the polls earlier this year in coalition with the Left Front, has left it to the RSP.
BJD candidate Rudra Pratap Maharathy is leading by a margin of 14,212 votes in Pipili Assembly by-poll after 13th round of counting, as per the Election Commission.
JD candidate Rudra Pratap Maharathy on Sunday widened his lead over nearest rival Ashrit Pattanayak of the BJP to 11,196 votes at the end of the eleventh round of counting in the Pipili by-election.
After 21 rounds of counting in Bhabanipur, Mamata Banerjee leads by 58,389 votes against BJP’s Priyanka Tibrewal
After 16 rounds of counting, Mamata Banerjee is leading by 42,292 votes. Mamata has bagged 62,760 votes against BJP’s Priyanka Tibrewal who has managed to scrape 20,468 votes.
Election Commission writes to West Bengal Govt, asking it to ensure that no victory celebration/procession takes place during or after the counting of votes for by-elections; asks it to take all necessary steps to ensure that post-poll violence doesn’t happen.
According to the Election Commission, TMC candidate Jakir Hossain is leading with over 20,000 votes while the BJP candidate is trailing at the second spot with over 8,000 votes.
Bhabanipur Bypoll Results: Mamata Banerjee cruises towards big win, leads BJP’s Priyanka Tibrewal by over 31,000 votes
After eighth round of counting, Mamata Banerjee is ahead by 27,508 votes in Bhabanipur. In Samserganj, TMC is leading by 5,190 votes.
In Samserganj, TMC candidate Amirul Islam was leading by 3,768 votes after the fifth round of counting. He secured 19,751 votes, while his nearest rival Zaidur Rahaman of the Congress received 15,983 votes. Jangipur’s TMC candidate Jakir Hossain was leading by 4,715 votes after the second round of counting. Hossain secured 9,213 votes and his nearest rival, BJP’s Sujit Das, got 4,498 votes.
Bhabanipur Bypoll Results: Mamata Banerjee leads by 12,435 votes after fourth round of counting.
After the fourth round of counting in Samserganj, TMC has secured 4,604 votes, Congress has secured 2,445 votes, CPIM 1,367 votes and BJP is at the fourth spot with 485 votes.
Official figures from the Election Commission after the third round for Bhabanipur Bypoll Results
Bhabanipur Bypoll Results: Mamata Banerjee is now leading by 4,600 votes after third round of counting.
After the first round of counting of votes in Jangipur, TMC is leading with 4,542 votes, BJP is at the second spot with 2,825 votes and RSP has secured 255 votes. TMC’s Jakir Hossain is leading by 1,717 votes.
Biju Janata Dal (BJD) candidate Rudra Pratap Maharathy is leading after the first round of counting of votes for Pipili Assembly bypolls, as per data available on Election Commission of India’s website
Bhabanipur Bypoll Results: TMC chief Mamata Banerjee leading by 2,800 votes after first few rounds of counting.
Jangipur Bypoll Results: TMC candidate Zakir Hussain is leading by 4542 votes.
Bhabanipur Bypoll Results: Mamata Banerjee is leading by over 2,500 votes after second round of counting.
The Trinamool Congress is leading on all three seats — Bhabanipur, Samserganj and Jangipur after the counting of postal ballots.
TMC candidate Zakir Hussain leading by 1,717 votes in Jangipur
The postal ballots will be counted first. The Election Commission has said there will be 21 rounds of counting for the Bhabanipur bypoll results.
Polls were countermanded in Jangipur and Samserganj in the Murshidabad district, following the death of one candidate each. A high voting rate at 79.92 per cent and 77.63 per cent was recorded in Samserganj and Jangipur, respectively.
West Bengal Bypoll Results: Prohibitory orders under Section 144 CrPC have been imposed within 200 metre radius of the counting centres at all three constituencies that went to the polls on September 30.
Pipili Bypoll Results: The electoral fate of 10 candidates, including ruling BJD’s Rudrapratap Maharathy, BJP’s Ashrit Pattnaik and Congress nominee Bishwokeshan Harichandan Mohapatra, will be decided.
The counting will be held in 21 rounds for the Bhabanipur constituency, 26 rounds for Samserganj and 24 rounds for the Jangipur constituency at the Sakhawat Memorial School of Kolkata.
TMC is eyeing a complete whitewash in Bhabanipur, Samserganj and Jangipur. Counting of votes is underway amid heavy security deployment in all the three seats of West Bengal.
Counting of votes in Bhabanipur, Samserganj, Jangipur and Pipili begins
Around 78.24 per cent of the 2.30 lakh voters of the Pipili assembly constituency exercised their franchise during the September 30 bypoll.
Jangipur has been a Congress bastion, with the grand old party winning the seat 11 times till now. However, this time the party, which contested the polls earlier this year in coalition with the Left Front, has left it to the RSP.
The counting of votes for the West Bengal bypolls will begin in Kolkata at 8 am on Sunday amid heavy security deployment.