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Old City erupts in joy as TMC handed numbing loss to BJP in West Bengal

Though the All India Trinamool Congress (AITC) handed a numbing loss to BJP in an accomplished political performance in the recently held assembly elections, the result day shows people far from the state of West Bengal also caught up in euphoria after watching the trends and the results by the day.


People, largely in isolation in their homes especially in Hyderabad city due to pandemic situation, were seen elated over the result and exalting the way the Mamta Banerjee and her party displayed the indefatigable performance in the elections and made the BJP receive a numbing lose despite all vain efforts to grab the power in West Bengal.

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In a tooth and nail fight in the state of West Bengal between the All India Trinamool Congress (AITC) led by Mamata Banerjee and the BJP led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the communist party made the saffron bridge bite the dust by sweeping the poll.

Though there were five states that went to face assembly elections in the country, the fight between AITC and the BJP gained prominence with both the parties displaying their out of proportion political might to gain power in the state.

However, the AITC succeeded in retaining the power with resounding victory in the election as all the trends from the morning clearly pointed towards the retaining of power by AITC by trouncing the saffron brigade.

From taking a lead in exit polls to maintaining the same considerable gap even during the counting from the beginning today, the AITC shows that West Bengal is a bastion and politically inextricable part of communists.

In a 294 seats of Assembly, the Mamata Banerjee led party secured the majority and emerged as a single largest party again in the state despite the BJP, under Narendra Modi rule, leaving no stone unturned to wrist the power from her in her own communists’ stronghold of West Bengal.

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Since the morning people were seen glued with the TV sets to receive minute to minute updates of the elections in five states and most importantly from West Bengal where the electrifying political performance was seen between AITC and the BJP. This has made the people come out of the fear of contagion atleast for a day as they are largely confined their screen time to watch and hear only about the election outcome as against the routine stigmatizing news and stories about covid-19 chaos generating within the country and around the world.