Tuesday, June 5, 2012

'Municipal election in West Bengal in 2012' result shows Trinamool Congress has enough strength to rule West Bengal alone... As result proves TMC alone defeated CPIM + Congress + BJP alliance in Bengal!!

It’s a huge victory for Trinamool Congress in civic poll election in West Bengal as in a all corner fight (TMC Vs CPM plus Cong plus BJP) it get success in 4 municipalities out of 6 and CPM & Cong get one each only!!

Trinamool Congress today said the poll results have demonstrated that the party has enough strength to rule the state alone.

Trinamool Congress has reached 72 seats from 19 it held earlier in the total 129 seats over the six municipal bodies spread over the state & the Left Front's share has come down to 38 from 79 seats."

The details result:

Durgapur: 43 wards

TMC – 29; Left – 11; Congress -1; Others- 2

Panskura: 17 ward

TMC – 12; Left – 5; Congress-0; Others- 0

Dhupguri: 16 wards

TMC – 11; Left – 4; Congress– 0; Others- 1

Haldia: 26 ward

TMC – 11; Left – 15; Congress -0; Others- 0

Cooper’s Camp: 12 wards

 TMC – 1; Left - 0; Congress – 11; Others- 0

Nalhati: 15 ward

TMC – 8; Left – 3; Congress – 3; Others- 1

Result shows the Mamata magic remains intact a year after she powered a historic victory against the Left in West Bengal and became the state's Chief Minister. Her Trinamool Congress has won four of the six civic bodies.

       "It has been proved by the results of these elections that the Trinamool Congress has enough strength to rule Bengal alone," the party all-India general secretary Mukul Roy told a press conference after winning four of the six municipal bodies which went to polls on June 3.

      Though allies in the central and state governments, Trinamool and Congress contested the civic elections separately.

Mr. Mukul Roy today also said "It has been established that in Bengal, Trinamool can fight and win elections alone. We fought against CPI(M), Congress, BJP and the Maoists,".

"The results have shown that not only CPI(M), but there are some other parties which are going to be insignificant in Bengal politics," Roy added.
"The results of the civic polls have proved that the people are with Trinamool Congress and again they have shown confidence in the leadership of Mamata Banerjee," he claimed.
On Congress retaining the Cooper's Camp civic body in Nadia district, he said it was a "stray happening" and is "not significant".

        Regarding Haldia Trinamool secretary-general Partha Chatterjee said, "Earlier we had seven seats when we were in alliance with the Congress; this time we have won 11 seats by going it alone."

The polls to six civic bodies were the first major local elections after the 2011 Assembly polls when Trinamool Congress had stormed to power ending the Left Front's 34-year rule in West Bengal.

Trinamool won in Left citadel Dhupguri, Panskura and Nalhati and in the industrial township of Durgapur. Left Front retained the Haldia municipality, while the Cooper's Camp civic body was retained by Congress.

The Trinamool has won the four municipalities of Durgapur, Panskura, Nalhati and Dhupguri.

The Trinamool snatched the Dhupguri municipality in the Jalpaiguri district in the north from the Left. This is a major gain for Ms Banerjee's party since the Left retained  the Dhupguri assembly seat last year despite losing the state.

The Trinamool also won Burdwan district's Durgapur Municipal Corporation, which the Left Front has lost for the first time in 15 years.

Ms Banerjee's party retained the Panskura municipality in East Midnapore district, and it triumphed in the Nalhati municipality in the Birbhum district. Embarrassing the Congress since Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee's son, Abhijit, had campaigned here.

All those result clearly shows that Bengal has full faith in Mamatadidi and her party.

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