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Results for Assembly Elections 2011


Coverage of State Assembly Results

The 2011 state assembly elections are being held in Apr-May 2011 in 4 states and 1 Union Territory. Assam will start the election phases on April 4th and West Bengal will finish it on 10th May. The assembly election results are scheduled for May 13th.

You can have a detailed analysis of each state with our election coverage:

West Bengal Assembly Elections: 18th April to 10th May on 294 constituencies of West Bengal.

Tamil Nadu Elections: April 13th on 234 constituencies of Tamil Nadu.

Kerala Elections: April 13th on 140 constituencies of Kerala.

Assam: April 4th and April 11th on 126 constituencies of Assam.

Pondicherry: April 13th on 30 constituencies of Pondicherry.

Political Party wise assembly results from 2011 state elections:


West Bengal

West Bengal win was on predicted terms of Exit polls. Left's rule or as some call mis-rule came to an end today after 34 long years. Left paid the price of not heeding to public sentiments even after the loses in General elections of 2009. Mamata will be the next CM and she will have a lot of hard work ahead to justify her huge victory.

Political Party No. of Seats
TMC 184
Congress 41
LEFT Parties 62
Others 7

Tamil Nadu

2G scam took its toll on scam tainted Congress and DMK. People summarily rejected the scammers and Election Commission also played a big roal by not allowing illegal distribution of cash for votes. Heavy turnout also proved beneficial for AIADMK. Jayalalitha is back in power and she will have her revenge.

Political Party No. of Seats
AIADMK + 202
DMK 27
Congress 5

Kerala

One of the closest fought elections ever in the history of Kerala polls. Congress was expecting a huge victory because Rahul Gandhi handpicked the candidates, but 87 year old V S Achuthanandan showed why he is a great leader and Rahul just an Amul baby. Contrary to all predictions, LDF performed very well and may miss Govt formation by a matter of few seats.

Political Party No. of Seats
Congress led UDF 71
Left led LDF 66
Others 3

Assam

All predictions fell flat on their face as no one thought of such a strong comeback from Congress. The win is as much a handiwork of Tarun Gogoi as much as the absence of a united opposition. BGP and AGP decided to fight the polls alone which helped Congress.

Political Party No. of Seats
Congress 77
AIUDF 20
AGP 10
BJP 4
Others 15

Pondicherry

Another state were Congress was thrown out of power. Jayalalitha led ADMK won clear majority with Congress winning just 7 seats.

Political Party No. of Seats
ADMK+ 20
Cong 7
DMK 2
Others 1
Assembly Elections 2011

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