- 1 West Bengal Elections Results 2016:
- 2 WB ELECTION RESULT 2016 CONSTITUENCY WISE (BIDHAN SABHA SEAT ANUSAR)
- 3 West Bengal Assembly Elections
- 3.1 Political Parties in West Bengal
- 3.2 West Bengal Assembly Election Results:
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The West Bengal Assembly elections 2016 was held over a month in six phases from 4 April to 5 May. The first phase was held in two parts in the Maoist-affected constituencies of Bankura, Burdwan, Purulia and Pashchim Medinipur. Incidences of violence and scuffles between the ruling TMC and main opposition CPI(M) were reported in all six phases. Many voters complained of intimidation by TMC workers. The overall voter turnout was around 80%: Phase 1-A (80%), Phase 1-B (79.51%), Phase 2 (79.70%); Phase 3 (79.22%), Phase 4 (78.05%); Phase 5 (81.66%), Phase 6 (84.24%).
WB ELECTION RESULT 2016 CONSTITUENCY WISE (BIDHAN SABHA SEAT ANUSAR)
Here is the list of all seats. You can check the winner name, Runner up name and Party name for each Bidhan Sabha Seat. WB Election result 2016 will be updated in real time
|West Bengal Assembly Election Result 2016 (Bidhan Sabha Chunav 2016)|
|Election Dates||April 4 to May 5|
|Election Result Date||May 19, 2016|
|Total no. of Seats||294|
|Process completion Date||May 21, 2016|
|Serial No.||Constituency Name||Winner Name||Loser Name||Party|
|138||Ranaghat Uttar Paschim,|
|140||Ranaghat Uttar Purba,|
|184||Dum Dum Uttar,|
|189||Rajarhat New Town,|
|273||Cooch behar Uttar,|
|274||Cooch behar Dakshin,.|
West Bengal Assembly Elections
West Bengal, one of the India’s most populous states, has held regular elections since the constitution of its first Legislative Assembly in 1952. The state has a unicameral legislature. The Vidhan Sabha or the Legislative Assembly has 295 members out of which 294 are directly elected and one member is nominated from the Anglo-Indian community. The state assembly had 240 members in the first Vidhan Sabha and 251 in the second Vidhan Sabha. The number gradually increased to 295 in the eighth assembly in 1977. The tenure of the state assembly is of five years unless it is dissolved.
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West Bengal is represented in the Indian parliament by 42 directly elected members in the Lok Sabha or the lower house and 16 members in the Rajya Sabha or the upper house. The state also holds elections for the local bodies such as the Municipalities, Zila Parishads and Gram Panchayats.
The main political parties in the state are the Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPM), and the Indian National Congress (INC). The All India Trinamool Congress (TMC) was formed in 1998, and is now a major regional party of the state.
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Though, the INC was in power in the state in the sixties, the CPM came into power in the seventies. Jyoti Basu of the CPM was the chief minister of the state from 1977 to 2000, and also became the longest serving chief minister of any state in India. Mamata Banerjee of the TMC won the Assembly Elections in 2011 and is also the current Chief Minister of the state. She also became the first non-CPM Chief Minister of the state after 34 years of CPM’s rule.
In the Lok Sabha elections in 2014, the TMS won 34 seats and the CPM won only two seats. The INC won four seats ………..
Political Parties in West Bengal
The main national parties of the state are:
- The Communist Party of India (CPI)
- The Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPM)
- The Indian National Congress
- The Bharatiya Janata Party
The main state parties are:
- All India Trinamool Congress (TMC)
- All India Forward Bloc
- Revolutionary Socialist Party
- Gorakha National Liberation Front (registered but unrecognised)
- Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (registered but unrecognised)
- Democratic Socialist Party (Prabodh Chandra)
- Socialist Unity Centre of India (Communist)
West Bengal Assembly Election Results:
West Bengal Lok Sabha Election Summary 2014 The 16th Lok Sabha elections saw a political change in West Bengal. The state has 42 parliamentary constituencies and in the 2014 elections, 34 seats were won by the All India Trinamool Congress (TMC), while the Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPM) won only two seats. The General Elections 2014 took place in West Bengal in five different phases. After TMC won the elections, Mamata Banerjee became the Chief Minister of the state. In the 2009 General Elections too, the TMC came out as the victorious party after winning 19 seats. The opinion and exit polls had also predicted that TMC would continue to win the 2014 elections as well. During the 2009 General Elections, the TMC party won 19 seats in the state, followed by CPM which won nine seats………….