According to the latest trends from the Election Commission, the TMC won 209 seats out of 292 and is leading in four. About 47.94 percent of the total votes were in favor of the TMC. He received about 38.1 percent of the total. The BJP, meanwhile, won 76 seats and leads in one.
In Tamil Nadu, the DMK, after being in opposition for 10 years, won with 111 seats, the electoral commission confirmed. The party leads with 21 seats. DMK’s ally, Congress, managed to get 13 and leads in five. Stalin’s party received a 37.61% vote share.
Elections were held in four states: West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Assam, Kerala and Union Territory of Pondicherry.
The BJP-led NDA retained power in Assam while the Democratic Left Front (LDF) also won a majority in Kerala.
The NR Congress, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the AIADMK alliance emerged victorious Monday in the polls of the Pondicherry Assembly. The All India NR Congress won 10 seats while the BJP won six. The independents pocketed 6 seats while Congress was wiped out to just two seats.