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West Bengal Assembly Election Results Live - Constituency Wise

Constituency NameParty NameCandidate NameStatusMargin
alipurduars
amdanga
amta
arambag
asansol-dakshin
asansol-uttar
ashoknagar
ausgram
baduria
bagda
baghmundi
bagnan
baharampur
baishnab-nagar
balagarh
balarampur
bally
ballygunge
balurghat
bandwan
bankura
baranagar
barasat
barbani
bardhaman-dakshin
bardhaman-uttar
barjora
barrackpur
baruipur-paschim
baruipur-purba
basanti
basirhat-dakshin
basirhat-uttar
behala purba
behala-paschim
beldanga
beleghata
bhabanipur
bhagabangola
bhagabanpur
bhangore
bharatpur
bhatar
bhatpara
bidhannagar
bijpur
binpur
bishnupur
bishnupur
bolpur
bongaon-dakshin
bongaon-uttar
budge budge
burwan
canning-paschim
canning-purba
chakdaha
chakulia
champdani
chanchal
chandannagore
chandipur
chanditala
chandrakona
chapra
chhatna
chopra
chowrangee
chunchura
cooch behar uttar
cooch-behar-dakshin
dabgram-phulbari
dantan
darjeeling
daspur
debra
deganga
dhanekhali
dhupguri
diamond-harbour
dinhata
domjur
domkal
dubrajpur
dum-dum
dum-dum-uttar
durgapur-paschim
durgapur-purba
egra
englishbazar
entally
falakata
falta
farakka
gaighata
galsi
gangarampur
garbeta
gazole
ghatal
goalpokhar
goghat
gopiballavpur
gosaba
habibpur
habra
haldia
hansan
hariharpara
haringhata
haripal
harirampur
harischandrapur
haroa
hemtabad
hingalganj
howrah-dakshin
howrah-madhya
howrah-uttar
indus
islampur
itahar
jadavpur
jagatballavpur
jagatdal
jalangi
jalpaiguri
jamalpur
jamuria
jangipara
jangipur
jaqynagar
jhargram
jorasanko
joypur
kakdwip
kalchini
kaliaganj
kaliganj
kalimpong
kalna
kalyani
kamarhati
kandi
kanthi-dakshin
kanthi-uttar
karandighi
karimpur
kasba
kashipur
kashipur-belgachia
katulpur
katwa
keshiary
keshpur
ketugram
khanakul
khandaghosh
kharagpur
kharagpur-sadar
khardaha
khargram
khejuri
kokata port
krishnaganj
krishnanagar-dakshin
krishnanagar-uttar
kulpi
kultali
kulti
kumarganj
kumargram
kurseong
kushmandi
labhpur
lalgola
madarihat
madhyamgram
magrahat-paschim
magrahat-purba
maheshtala
mahisadal
mal
malatipur
maldaha
manbazar
mandirbazar
mangalkot
manickchak
maniktala
mathabhanga
matigara-naxalbari
maynaguri
mayureswar
medinipur
mekliganj
memari
metiaburuz
minakhan
monteswar
mothabari
moyna
murarai
murshidabad
nabadwip
nabagram
nagrakata
naihati
nakashipara
nalhati
nandakumar
nandigram
nanoor
naoda
narayangarh
natabari
nayagram
noapara
onda
palashipara
panchla
pandabeswar
pandua
panihati
panskura-paschim
panskura-purba
para
patashpur
patharpratima
phansidewa
pingla
purbasthali-dakshin
purbasthali-uttar
pursurah
purulia
raghunathganj
raghunathpur
raidighi
raiganj
raina
raipur
rajarhat-gopalpur
rajarhat-new-town
rajganj
ramnagar
rampurhat
ranaghat-dakshin
ranaghat-uttar-paschim
ranaghat-uttar-purba
ranibandh
raniganj
raninagar
rashbehari
ratua
rejinagar
sabang
sagar
sagardighi
sainthia
salboni
saltora
samserganj
sandeshkhali
sankrail
santipur
saptagram
satgachia
shibpur
shyampukur
shyampur
siliguri
singur
sitai
sitalkuchi
sonamukhi
sonarpur-dakshin
sonarpur-uttar
sreerampur
sujapur
suri
suti
swarupnagar
taldangra
tamluk
tapan
tarakeswar
tehatta
tollygunj
tufanganj
udaynarayanpur
uluberia-dakshin
uluberia-purba
uluberia-uttar
uttarpara



West Bengal Assembly Election 2016

The West Bengal Assembly Elections 2016 was held over a month in six phases from 4 April to 5 May in 294 constituencies of the state. The first phase was held in two parts in Maoist-affected constituencies of Bankura, Burdwan, Purulia and Pashchim Medinipur. The overall voter turnout was about 80%. Results were declared on 19 May. The Trinamool Congress got resounding majority winning 211 seats. After dethroning the Left Front government in the historic elections of 2011, Banerjee and her party returned to power with a better performance in 2016. Key opposition CPI(M) got 33 seats while its alliance partner Congress got 44.

About West Bengal Legislative Assembly (Vidhan Sabha)

West Bengal has a unicameral type of legislature. It consists of the Legislative Assembly only. The Assembly is located in the B.B.D. Bagh area of Kolkata, the state capital. Out of the 295 seats in the assembly, 294 are directly elected from single-member constituencies and the remaining one seat is filled by nominating a person belonging to Anglo-Indian community. The normal term of the Assembly is five years.

West Bengal Legislative Assembly was established in 1862 by the Indian Councils Act of 1861. It was then expanded by a series of acts. The Indian Constitution had allotted bicameral system of legislature to West Bengal in 1950. The bicameral system includes a Legislative Council (Vidhan Parishad) and a Legislative Assembly (Vidhan Sabha). However, the state's Legislative Council was abolished in 1969 following an Assembly resolution to that effect. The present government has broached discussions for bringing it back.

The first elections for West Bengal's Legislative Assembly were held in 1952. Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy of Indian National Congress became the first Chief Minister of West Bengal. The 15th Assembly was constituted on 13 May 2011 and had its first meeting on 30 July 2011. The 2011 Assembly elections were historic as it uprooted the Left Front which had been in power for no less than 34 years. It also brought the Trinamool Congress in power for the first time. Led by party chief Mamata Banerjee, the TMC won by a huge margin. The CPI (M) was reduced to an opposition party.

Kesari Nath Tripathi is the current governor of West Bengal. Biman Banerjee and Sonali Guha are speaker and deputy speaker of the House respectively. Surya Kanta Mishra of CPI (M) is the main leader of opposition. Know the current members of West Bengal Legislative Assembly ...

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Scheduled Caste
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Last Updated on March 14, 2020

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