WB Panchayat Election Live Updates: TMC Wins 16,000 Seats in WB Panchayat Elections, BJP Secures 3,700; Know the Fate of Congress

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WB Panchayat Election Live Updates

WB Panchayat Election Live Updates

WB Panchayat Election Live Updates: The counting of votes for the tripartite Panchayat elections in West Bengal is underway. The voting took place on July 8th with tight security measures. Approximately 56.7 million voters cast their votes for 73,887 seats in rural areas of West Bengal. Today, the fate of more than two lakh candidates contesting these seats will be decided. Stay tuned for every update on the vote-counting process…

There are two enemies in Bengal:

Violence and Corruption,” says Governor West Bengal Governor, C.V. Anand Bose, who has been quite vocal about the violence that took place during the Bengal Panchayat elections. He has closely witnessed the violence during the elections, staying on the ground zero. On Tuesday, while commenting on the political violence in the state, Governor C.V. Anand Bose stated, “There are two enemies in Bengal: violence and corruption.”

The Governor also congratulated all the candidates who participated in the elections. His statement comes in light of the recent incidents of violence that occurred during the Panchayat elections, the results of which were announced today. Governor Anand Bose emphasized that political parties should understand that elections should not be measured by one’s physical strength.

Regarding the Panchayat election results, he stated, “I congratulate all the participants. In a democratic election, there is no winner or loser. It is now time for introspection. Democratic elections should be conducted in a friendly manner, not by spreading hatred or inciting violence.

Trinamool Congress Leading, BJP, CPI(M), and Congress Far Behind in West Bengal

Amidst the counting of votes for the Panchayat elections in West Bengal, violent clashes continued to erupt in various places. Reports of violence had started surfacing even before the vote counting began. Incidents of bomb blasts and clashes were reported at different counting centers in the districts of Dinajpur, Howrah, Bashiirhat, Cooch Behar, Malda, and South 24 Parganas. Security forces had to resort to lathi charges in several areas. Meanwhile, the counting process commenced on Tuesday morning at 8 a.m. Vote counting is underway at a total of 339 counting centers across the state. According to the trends so far, the ruling Trinamool Congress party has gained a significant lead. The opposition parties, including BJP, CPI(M), and Congress, are lagging behind.

As per the results announced by the State Election Commission, Trinamool Congress has emerged victorious on more than 16,000 Gram Panchayat seats. Additionally, Trinamool Congress is leading on more than 3,000 seats. BJP has secured victories on over 3,700 seats and is leading on more than 800 seats. The Left Front has won more than 1,300 seats, with CPI(M) alone winning over 1,200 seats. The party is currently leading on more than 600 seats. Congress has secured victories on over 800 seats and is leading on more than 250 seats.

The total number of seats for Gram Panchayat is 63,229. So far, only the votes for Gram Panchayat have been counted. The counting of votes for Panchayat Samiti and Zilla Parishad will be conducted subsequently.

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