Tamil Nadu Election Results Live, TN Election Results Live, Puducherry Assembly Election Results 2021 Live: DMK is ahead of the AIADMK on over 140 seats.
According to exit polls released on April 29, the DMK led by MK Stalin is expected to sweep the southern state by winning over 150 of 234 seats.
TN Election Results Live News, Tamil Nadu Election Results 2021 Live, Puducherry Election Results Live News: Just like the exit polls prediction, MK Stalin-led DMK managed to pull off the much awaited victory in Tamil Nadu ousting the AIADMK government. After ruling for 10 years, the ruling AIADMK is on its way out of power in Tamil Nadu. The DMK is leading on 142 seats while the rival AIADMK is hovering around 89 seats. With this, MK Stalin is all set to become the 8th Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu. This is the first election in Tamil Nadu for the DMK and the AIADMK which was fought without M Karunanidhi and J Jayalalithaa. The exit polls had predicted the return of the DMK. According to exit polls released on April 29, the DMK led by MK Stalin was expected to sweep the southern state by winning over 150 of 234 seats. The AIADMK, on the other hand, was projected to get just 70-8 seats. Except for one poll, all have predicted massive win for Stalin. The predictions for the DMK range from 160-193 seats. India News-Jan Ki Baat, however, had projected hung assembly with DMK getting 110-130 and AIADMK 102-123. The AIADMK was led by E Palaniswami while DMK was headed by Stalin. There were two other alliances in the fray but their impact was projected to be limited with seats predictions ranging from 4-6 for Dhinakarana led AMMK and 0-2 seats for Kamal Haasan-led MMK.
In Puducherry, the NDA has got a consolation victory after facing a massive defeat in West Bengal. The NDA is leading on over 12 seats while the Congress-led SDA is ahead in just 4 seats. In Puducherry, the NDA is expected to win 16-23 of 30 seats. The Congress-led UPA may have to settle with 6-13 seats. The Congress was in the power in the state but its government fell after some of its MLAs quit the government just months before the elections. For NDA, N Rangaswamy’s All India NR Congress is the largest party which is contesting on 16 seats while the BJP is fighting on 9. From UPA, the Congress is contesting on 14 seats, DMK 13, CPI 1, Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi 1 and one independent.