Bengal Election 2021: Bumper 84.61% voting in third phase also, so why is Mamta shocked? Know what this means
In West Bengal, 84.61% of the total voting was held on April 6, ie, on Tuesday, the third phase of the third phase. According to the data released by the Election Commission on Wednesday evening, 85.51 percent of the people in South 24 Parganas district have exercised their franchise. After two phases, there has been bumper voting in West Bengal for the third consecutive phase. The BJP leaders are excited about this voting, while Mamata Banerjee is seen boasting and blaming the CRPF and the Election Commission.
In the third phase, the highest number of voting canings took place in the former assembly constituency. Here 88.30 percent people have exercised their franchise. Apart from this, 88.04 percent voting has been recorded in Diamond Harbor and 87.2 percent voting in Falata. It is worth mentioning that on Tuesday, voting was held on 31 assembly seats in these three districts in the state.
Basanti has the least voting
In the statement issued by the Election Commission, it has been said that the lowest voting has taken place in Basti. Only 81.44 percent people have used their franchise here. Similarly, in Howrah district, 83.55 percent people have exercised their franchise. In Bagnan, the highest voting percentage of 86.37 per cent and the lowest number of 79.71 people have voted. In Hooghly district, 83.75 percent people have participated in voting. The highest voting is done here in Goghat. 88.67 percent people have exercised their franchise, while 78.25 percent people have been able to use their franchise in the voting process in the lowest kanakul.
TMC has 1507 complaints in the third phase
In the third phase, a total of 1802 complaints of election disturbances were filed, out of which 1507 complaints were lodged by Mamta Banerjee's party TMC alone. The election history of Bengal tells that whenever the ruling party made the most complaints in the Election Commission, then it was defeated. The 2011 assembly election is an example of this. In the same year, the government of the Left Front, which had been in power for 34 years, had fallen and Mamata Banerjee had intervened in power. In that year, most complaints of disturbances in the election were made on the left front.
Muslim votes appear to be divided
Voting took place on 31 seats on Tuesday. Out of these, the influence of Muslims in 27 seats is very high, in at least 15 seats, the votes of the Muslims are directly distributed. Hindus were never able to cast their votes properly in these Muslim-affected areas, but this time it is estimated that 35 percent of the vote of Hindus reached the EVM in the fight between ISF and Trinamool Congress. Due to this, the maximum damage can be done to the Trinamool Congress.
TMC could not seat many seats
TMC agents could not even sit on many of these 31 seats in Bengal, considered to be the strongholds of Trinamool. It is often seen that as soon as the voting started in the morning in this stronghold of the Trinamool, the opposition party used to send a lot of complaints to the Election Commission, but this time around 90% of the complaints have been submitted by the ruling party. Has been done. TMC leaders like former Canning TMC MLA Shaukat Mullah, Khanakul Assemblyman Nazim ul Haq were seen getting entangled with the BJP people this time. He was seen filing complaints against the Central Force and the Election Commission.