West Bengal Assam Assembly Election 2021 Phase 1 Live Updates: Voting is going on today in West Bengal and Assam for the first phase voting. Voting is being held today for the first phase of the assembly elections in West Bengal for 30 assembly seats and 47 seats in Assam today. Voting has started at 7 am and will continue till 6.30 pm. In this phase in Bengal where more than 73 lakh voters will decide the fate of 191 candidates. Most of the seats in this phase fall in the Junglemahal region once affected by Naxalism. Tight security arrangements have been made for voting. The Election Commission has deployed around 684 companies of central forces which will guard 10,288 polling booths at 7,061 polling places. Social distancing norms are being followed during voting in Assam.
West Bengal Assam Assembly Election 2021 Phase 1 Voting Live Updates News:
What percentage of voting took place in Bengal-Assam till 6 pm?
As of 6 pm in Bengal, 79.79 percent voting has been done, while Assam has 72.14 percent voting.
What percentage of voting till 4 pm?
The Election Commission said that till 4 pm, 62.36 per cent polling has been done in Assam and 70.17 per cent in Bengal.
West Bengal: Shishir Adhikari, father of BJP leader Shuvendu Adhikari, voted in Contai
Today, in the first phase of the West Bengal assembly elections, voting is being held in 30 seats.
By 1 pm, 41% voting in Bengal and 37% in Assam
The first phase of Assam and West Bengal assembly elections witnessed 37.06% and 40.73% polling till 1 pm: Election Commission
Know the percentage of vote till one o’clock
The Election Commission said that till one o’clock in the afternoon, 37.06 percent polling has been held in Assam, whereas in Bengal, 40.73 percent of the votes have been cast. Let us know that the first phase of voting is going on in 30 seats in Bengal and 47 seats in Assam.
TMC delegation met with Chief Electoral Officer
A delegation of TMC leaders met the Chief Electoral Officer in Kolkata.
Know what percentage voting till 10 am
Bengal assembly elections: Bengal has recorded 15.30 percent polling till 10 pm, while Assam has so far recorded 10.21 percent votes.
BJP will get delegation from Chief Election Commissioner
Kolkata: A Bharatiya Janata Party delegation led by Kailash Vijayvargiya will meet the Chief Election Commissioner of West Bengal at 2 pm today.
Voting in Assam and Bengal till 9 am
According to the Election Commission, till 9 am, 8.84% polling was done in the first phase of Assam assembly elections and 7.72% in the first phase of West Bengal assembly elections.
Find out what percentage of voting took place till 9 am
The Election Commission said that Assam has recorded 8.84 per cent polling till 9 am, while Bengal has recorded 7.72 per cent votes so far.
TMC will win Bengal. Bengal’s daughter will beat the traitors of Bengal in her own territory: Derek O’Brien
TMC will win Bengal. The daughter of Bengal will defeat the traitors of Bengal in her region. Tourist gang people will do the same work in which they are proficient. Women in Bengal to wear saris as they want: TMC MP, Derek O’Brien
Bengal: Two security personnel injured in firing in Bhagwanpur assembly constituency
East Midnapore: Two security personnel injured in firing at Satsatmal in Bhagwanpur assembly constituency. BJP accused TMC.
TMC activists accused of spreading unrest in West Midnapore
BJP candidate from West Midnapore Samit Das said after casting a vote that voting was going on smoothly in Midnapore city. But, TMC activists are trying to create unrest in some places in rural areas. Booth no. 7-8 TMC activists on 266 and 267 entered the booth to impress the voters. We have complained to the Election Commission.
Nadda appeals to voters – create new voting record
Bharatiya Janata Party national president JP Nadda appealed to the people to vote.
Vote fearlessly – Amit Shah
Amit Shah has appealed to the people for more voting in the first phase of Assam and Bengal elections. Amit Shah tweeted, ‘I appeal to the first phase voters of West Bengal to vote in greater numbers fearlessly to restore the pride of Bengal. One vote of yours will make Bengal’s creation of the imagination of great men like Subhash Chandra Bose, Gurudev Tagore and Shyama Prasad Mukherjee. ‘
At the same time, in the tweet for Assam, Shah said, ‘Today is the first phase of voting in Assam. I appeal to all the brothers and sisters, especially the youth, to vote in large numbers to maintain peace, development and prosperity in the state. Your participation in this mahaparva of democracy is the main pillar of Assam’s progress, so do vote. ‘
Social distancing is being followed during voting
Assam Assembly Election: People are voting in a school in Majuli, Assam, following social distancing.
People voting in Purulia in Bengal.
Voting is happening in Bengal
Bengal: Voting scene in Jhargram.
PM Modi appealed for voting
Amid the first phase of voting in Bengal and Assam, PM Modi has appealed to voters to vote. Let us know that PM Modi is currently on a tour of Bangladesh.
Voting has started in the first phase also in Bengal
Voting begins in the first phase in Jhargram, West Bengal.
First phase voting begins in Bengal and Assam
Voting has started for the first phase in West Bengal and Assam.
People standing in queues for voting in Assam.
People standing in line for voting in Dibrugarh, Assam.
Preparations begin at the polling booth in East Midnapore
Preparations are going on at the polling booth in East Midnapore. There will be voting here from now on.
Voting on 47 seats of Assam
Assam will have 47 seats in the first phase of the first phase of the assembly elections today. There are 126 assembly seats in Assam, out of which 47 seats are to be voted on for the first phase. The seats that will be voted on today are in 12 districts of the northern side of Upper Assam and Brahmaputra.
What is the time for voting
Assembly elections: First phase voting in Bengal from 7 am to 6:30 pm
When will the results come?
According to the official, an average of six paramilitary personnel will be deployed at each polling station in other districts. Purulia will have the maximum number of companies, 185. In West Bengal, 294 seats will be voted in eight phases. The counting of votes will take place on May 2.
Preparation of Election Commission
“We have decided to deploy 127 companies of central forces only for booth management, declaring all 1,307 polling stations as leftist extremism affected areas at 1,010 places in Jhargram,” an Election Commission official said. 14 other companies of central forces will be used as Quick Response Teams (QRTs). He said that 144 companies of central forces will be deployed in Jhargram.
Who got how many candidates
While the Trinamool Congress and BJP have fielded candidates for 29-29 seats, the Left-Congress-ISF alliance has fielded candidates for all 30 seats. The Trinamool Congress is supporting an independent candidate in Joypur seat of Purulia. Here the nomination papers of its official candidate Ujjwal Kumar were rejected due to discrepancies. The BJP is also contesting on 29 seats and its ally Aajsu of Jharkhand has fielded its candidate on the Baghmundi seat.
Voting in the first phase
In the first phase, all nine seats of Purulia district, four seats of Bankura, four seats of Jhargram, six seats of West Medinipur and seven seats of Purba Medinipur will be voted strictly following the guidelines of Kovid-19. Purba Medinipur is the home town of BJP leader Shubhendu Adhikari.