West Bengal Assembly Elections Result: Party chief after Trinamool Congress’s stunning victory in West Bengal assembly elections Mamata Banerjee At 7 pm on Monday, Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar will meet to stake claim to form the government. Sources in Raj Bhavan informed that the ruling Trinamool Congress has won 212 out of 292 seats in the West Bengal assembly elections. Voting was held in eight phases in March and April in the state. The counting of votes started on Sunday is still going on, according to which the Trinamool is leading in another seat. BJP has become a big opposition party by winning 77 seats. Banerjee has won the party for the second consecutive time in the state assembly by two-thirds majority. Governor Dhankhar tweeted on Sunday, “Hon’ble Chief Minister will meet me at Raj Bhavan tomorrow at 7 pm. .
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It is worth mentioning that Mamata Banerjee returned her party Trinamool Congress to power for the third consecutive time in the West Bengal Legislative Assembly elections, but during this time she lost her assembly seat in Nandigram. Mamta was once his trusted aide and now BJP candidate Shubhendu Adhikari surprised everyone by defeating him. Shubhendu retained the edge against Mamata from the very beginning in the prestigious seat of Nandigram and finally won. However, even after losing the election, there is no obstacle in the way of Mamta becoming CM. According to the constitutional system, even after losing her seat and not being a member of the Legislative Assembly, she can become CM.