|Department||West Bengal State Election Commission|
|Election||West Bengal General Assembly Election May 2021|
|Service||How To Check West Bengal Election May 2021 Result?|
|Election Date||27 March to 29 April 2021|
|Result Date||2nd May 2021|
West Bengal Election May 2021 Result
General election to the Legislative Assembly of West Bengal for 292 constituencies of the 294 constituencies in West Bengal were held between 27 March to 29 April 2021 in 8 phases. Voting for 2 remaining constituencies was delayed and are scheduled to be held on 16 May 2021
How To Check West Bengal Election May 2021 Result?
Steps To Check West Bengal Election May 2021 Result Online
1. Visit ECI Election Results Portal
2. Click ‘General Assembly Elections May-2021’ Link
3. Select State ‘West Bengal’
4. View Partywise Trends & Result
Steps To Check West Bengal Election May 2021 Result On Mobile
Download Voter helpline app to see results on mobile
Election schedule were announced on 26 February 2021 and the election was held in 8 phases from 27 March 2021 to 29 April 2021 and votes will be counted on 2 May 2021.Due to polling abnormalities, re-polling for the booth number 88 of Jangipara was held in the fourth phase.
The elections in Jangipur and Samserganj were adjourned due to the death of the Congress candidate in Samserganj and RSP candidate in Jangipur. A new schedule for the election in these two seats were announced and the polling will be held on 13 May 2021. However due to the day being Eid, the voting day was again rescheduled for 16 May.
Outlined in Article 168 of the Constitution of India, the West Bengal Legislative Assembly is the only house of the unicameral legislature of West Bengal and not a permanent body and subject to dissolution. The tenure of the Legislative Assembly is five years from the date appointed for its first sitting unless dissolved sooner. Members of the Legislative Assembly are directly elected by the people. The tenure of current West Bengal Legislative Assembly is scheduled to end on 30 May 2021.
In the previous elections in 2016, the All India Trinamool Congress (AITC or TMC) retained its majority in the Legislative Assembly with 211 seats. The Indian National Congress won 44 seats and the Left Front won 33 seats fighting within an alliance. While the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha managed to win only 3 seats each of the total 294 seats.
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