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Mamata Banerjee wins Bengal State elections for the third time in India


The party of the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, has failed to secure a key constituency in the run-up to the elections, with a sharp increase in deaths from COVID-19.

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The Hindu patriotic party (BJP) spent most of its time in West Bengal province during the campaign, but the area has been taken over by the current representative, Mamata Banerjee, who is the main critic of Narendra Modi.

The party rallied in Assam State, but failed to make significant strides elsewhere.

The counting exercise was closely monitored to determine whether Modi would be punished by voters for his handling of the COVID-19 tragedy.

For 10 consecutive days, the daily prevalence of the Corona epidemic in India has been over 300,000 people.

On Sunday, India set a new world record, after recording 3,689 deaths in one day.

The nation’s hospitals are facing severe shortages of beds, as well as oxygen, with many citizens using social media to call for help.

Modi and his home affairs minister addressed a series of rallies in West Bengal state where they were accused of focusing their efforts on elections rather than the corona crisis.

After counting almost all the votes, the Trinamool Congress party (TMC) under the leadership of Mamata Banerjee has won more than 200 seats in the 294-seat parliament.

The result will make Ms. Banerjee became the leader of West Bengal for the third time.

She is also the only woman to hold the post of chief minister in India.

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