Mamata set to oust Left in Bengal; Jaya wave in TN

Mamata set to oust Left in Bengal; Jaya wave in TN

In Kerala, it was a photo-finish with a slight edge for the Congress-led UDF that may knock-out the CPI(M)-led LDF from power in yet another state. In Puducherry, the Congress appears to have an edge over the rival alliance led by Rangaswamy Congress.
Trinamool Congress-led combine was ahead in 212 seats with Mamata's party leading in 174 seats, well above the halfway mark of 147, and Congress in the rest. The ruling Left Front was leading in 75 seats.

AIADMK chief Jayalalithaa is set to become Chief Minister for the third time in Tamil Nadu trouncing DMK in the keenly-contested elections in which the 2G scam was a major issue.
AIADMK alliance was ahead in 195seats and DMK combine in 37. AIADMK alone is leading in 136 seats, which well above the half-way mark.

Contrary to predictions of a close fight, the Congress looks set for a comfortable victory in Assam gaining majority on its own, unlike last time when it was short of the half-way mark.
The party is leading in 75 out of the 126 seats while main opposition AGP is leading only in nine seats. AIDUF was leading in 14 seats.

Kerala was set for a needle-finish with a slight edge for Congress-led for UDF which is leading in 72 out of the 140 seats. The LDF was ahead in 68.

In the 30-member assembly in Puducherry, Congress-led alliance was ahead in 13 seats while N Rangaswamy Congress-led combine was leading in 10.

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