Assembly Elections 2016 results: Assam goes to BJP; TMC, AIADMK to retain power; LDF in Kerala
New Delhi : The BJP seems to create a record in Assam as they are set to make government for the very first time in North East by setting aside Congress which also seems to lose Kerala. TMC and AIADMK on the other hand are cruising comfortably to retain power in West Bengal and Tamil Nadu respectively.
Congress had been ruling Assam for past three consecutive terms but with BJP's big win, Assam seems to write an all new chapter.
As per trends till 12 PM, West Bengal and Tamil Nadu will retain their Chief Ministers Mamata Banerjee and Jayalalithaa. TMC was ahead in 216 seats out of total 294 in WB, while AIADMK was leading in 126 seats while DMK-Congress alliance was ahead in 91 seats.
In Puducherry, the Congress-DMK alliance was leading in 13 of the 30 seats. The ruling AINRC was leading in 12 seats while AIADMK was ahead in two seats.
Final results will come by 3 PM on Thursday.
BJP set to create history, make government in Assam
Mamata Banerjee remains unbeaten in West Bengal
Jayalalithaa retains power in Tamil Nadu
In Puducherry, the Congress-DMK alliance was leading in 13 of the 30 seats
In Kerala, The Left Democratic Front was ahead in 88 of the 140 seats while the ruling UDF was behind at 50.