Election Results 2021: You can check when, where and how to count live online

Meeting Election Results, 2021Pinarayi Vijayan, Mamata Banerjee, Edappadi Palaniswami, Sarbananda Sonowal

The election process spread to four provinces and one Union Territory began on March 27 and continued until April 29. West Bengal (292 seats) voted in eight constituencies while Assam (126 seats) went to the polls in three constituencies. Elections in Kerala (140 seats), Tamil Nadu (234 seats) and Puducherry (30 seats) were held in the same constituency on April 6.

How can you check live election results?Counting of votes for all four provinces and the Union Territory will begin on Sunday morning (May 2) and the results will be announced on the same day. Live results can be retrieved by logging on to the websites of the Indian Electoral Commission. Indianexpress.com will also use a live blog for election results with a detailed analysis of original styles and political ideas.

Where can you watch live election results on TV channels?All national news channels, both Hindi and English, will broadcast live the results of the Council elections from the early morning of May 2.

How can you check the live count on the Election Commission of India websites?The results for each seat will be available on the following websites of the Election Commission of India – eciresults.nic.in and ci.gov.in

Predict the exit polls?In West Bengal, most of the exit gave a cut to the Trinamool Congress led by Mamata Banerjee while others gave the BJP a chance. UVP-C Voter predicted 152-164 TMC seats and 109-121 BJP seats, while CNN News18 predicted that TMC would win by 162 seats compared to 115 BJP seats. Jan Ki Baat’s vote predicted the majority of the BJP, giving it 162-185 seats, facing 104-121 to TMC.

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In Assam, almost all outgoing voters have predicted a clear majority of the ruling BJP. India Today-Axis My India predicted 75-85 BJP seats in a 126-member meeting and 40-50 by Congress-led opposition. The re-election of the Pinarayi will cut off the jinx as in Kerala, no government has been elected for the duration of the crisis. . Modern Chanakya predicted 93-111 LDF and 26-44 UDF seats, while CNX predicts a close battle by providing 72-80 LDF seats against 54-64 UDF seats .

In Tamil Nadu, Axis My India and CNX predicted a major victory for the DMK-Congress coalition.

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