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West Bengal Assembly Elections 2016 Live Updates Phase 4 : Polling Begins For 49 Seats

West Bengal Elections 2016 Live : Polling Begins For 49 Seats In Fourth Phase

The West Bengal polls enter the fourth stage Monday with the competition to a great degree intense in various prominent contests  and the security arrangements of action exceptional, the Election Commission having forced prohibitory requests against the assembly of more than four persons at one place.

West Bengal Elections 2016 Live : Polling Begins For 49 Seats In Fourth Phase

The fourth stage covers 49 seats around Kolkata — 33 in North 24-Parganas and 16 in Howrah. These ranges are to a great extent Trinamool Congress bastions yet even Trinamool party supervisors don’t discount a couple surprises; some of them said they fear  in some seats due to serious infighting.

The BJP is the one party from which some Trinamool Congress leaders fear a couple of surprises, given the aggressive campaign by Prime Minister Narendra Modi who has tended to six rallies. The assembly seats he went to saw a huge turnout, with some of his arouses reminiscent of 2014 rallies that influenced a large number of Lok Sabha voters. One of these was Basirhat South, a seat with a vast Muslim populace, and the one and only with a BJP MLA — Shamik Bhattacharya, elected in a by-poll.

The 33 seats in North 24-Parganas are in two board subdivisions, Basirhat, and Barrackpore. In Basirhat especially, the Congress-CPM consolidate can represent a test to the TMC in seats, for example, Swarupnagar, Hinjalganj, Deganga, Bagda, Sandeshkhali. In any case, in Barrackpore, which incorporates Naihati, Bhatpara, Jagaddal, Noapara, Kamarhati , Khardah and Dum, the Trinamool is relied upon to locate the going generally easy.

Here are the live updates

Voting at a polling station in Salt Lake, WB postponed more than 30 minutes because of specialized prob in EVMs,long lines outside corner.

Voting in progress for 4th Phase of West Bengal race, people cast there votes at a surveying corner in Howrah.

Individuals line up outside a surveying station in Howrah as voting starts for the fourth phase of West Bengal race.

Voting for 49 seats in the 4th phase of West Bengal gathering decisions started on Monday morning in the midst of tight security plans.

Out and out, 90,000 security staff including central military have been conveyed to guarantee free and reasonable races.

The Trinamool Congress drove by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is thought to be extremely solid in the Howrah and North 24 Parganas.

Polling in the, fifth and 6th stages will be hung on April 30 and May 5 for 53 and 25 constituencies, respectively.

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