EtG Opinion poll: Will BJP emerge victorious in the West Bengal's Jalpaiguri district?


With legislative assembly elections underway, the nation is curious to see who wins the crown to West Bengal. To put some perceptive on the matter, a couple of pollsters from EtG Research conducted a district wide opinion poll. After tallying the results of this opinion poll, we gather that, out of the 7 assembly constituencies, AITC might win 3, while the BJP might win 4.


EtGs Opinion poll predicts the rise of AITC in Howrah district, West Bengal.


West Bengal, A state experiencing one of the most vigorous pre-election campaigns of all time, is now approaching judgement day.To better understand how Bengal is politically inclined, a couple of pollsters from EtG Research conducted a district wide opinion poll. Thisopinion poll infers that out of 16 assembly constituencies,AITC has a competitive edge in 13, while in the remaining 3,its neck-and-neck between the BJP and AITC.


EtG’s Opinion Poll Predicts the rise of BJP in Alipurduar District, West Bengal


Alipurduar district was carved out from Jalpaiguri on 25th June 2014, as the 20th district in the state of West Bengal. The district consists of Alipurduar municipality and six community development blocks viz Madarihat–Birpara, Alipurduar–I, Alipurduar–II, Falakata, Kalchini and Kumargram. There are 66 Gram panchayats and 9 census towns in 6 blocks. The district has its headquarters at Alipurduar.


EtG Opinion Poll Predicts BJP's Win In Wb's Nadia District


With West Bengal Legislative assembly elections right around the corner, contesting political parties are battling out to emerge victorious. The unique geography of West Bengal houses a varied range of voters. Focusing on the Nadia district, an opinion poll was executed by a team of expert pollsters at ETG Research. Our opinion poll suggests that BJP is set to secure a narrow majority over AITC.


EtG’s Opinion Poll predicts the rise of BJP in Dakshin Dinajpur District,West Bengal


The Legislative Assembly elections in West Bengal is proving to be the most awaited political event of 2021. The Battle Royale between Political outfits is fierce, to provide a better understanding on how each party is being perceived or revered in Dakshin Dinajpur, a district wide opinion poll was conducted by experts at ETG research. After extrapolating the results of the opinion poll, it is inferred that the BJP will witness a significant rise and can probably win on a good number of seats given the party fields a local candidate and increases camaraderie with locals.


Tamil Nadu farmers in Objection to the Agri laws


With an eye on the 2021 West Bengal assemble polls next year, the BJP has decided to field its battle-tested central leaders in the state. During a crucial organizational meeting on Tuesday in Kolkata Bhartiya Janata Party has decided that Bengal would be divided into five organizational zones, each looked by a central leader with proven track record of successfully conduction elections in other states.


BJP kicks off the election campaign with JP Nadda on Mamta Banerjee’s turf


Bhartiya Janata Party National President JP Nadda is set to kick off his party’s West Bengal campaign from the Bhabanipur assembly constituency in Kolkata, represented by Trinamool Congress Party chief and chief minister Mamta Banerjee. BJP President JP Nadda will visit the slum area of Bhabanipur on Wednesday to point out the lack of development in the slum area and expose the faults lines in development work initiated by the Mamta Banerjee’s led Trinamool Congress Party.


Where Does Your Allegiance lie? AIADMK members jump ship and join BJP


It is common for political members to switch parties before an election. Although when this happens with and alliance, there is likely to be some unrest. BJP has made AIADMK rather uncomfortable by strategically acquiring their support base. .M Govindan, AIADMK advocates wing’s former joint secretary along with many colleagues joins BJP, last month in Madurai during state president L Murgan’s visit to the temple city.


Farm protests indicate concern for NDA in states due for polls


Growing angst against farm laws in the states pose a threatto electoral prospects of the ruling political body.The kerfuffle between the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and farmers is now turning out to be an electoral challenge for the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) as the states where acrimony is increasing are due to go to polls over the next two years


Mamta attempts to bring house in order as rebels take centre stage


Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on friday issued a powerful warning against "anti-party activities" and said TMC leaders who are up-to-date with the opposition are free to quit the ruling party in the state. Although the TMC supremo Mamta Banerjee didnt take any name, the party leaders and other people are well cognizant that her jibe was at disgruntled leader Suvendu Adhikari, who has recently resigned from her cabinet, and some other MLAs who have spoken out against the party.


Rajinikanth’s dive into politics, what could the resulting ripples be


On December 3rd , Super Star Rajinikanth announced that he will be launching his political party, ending years of anticipation and speculation, he intends to announce a January 2021 launch date for the party on 31st December 2020. Chatter about Rajinikanth setting his foot in politics in 1996, when he first expressed his thoughts against then Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa;


AIADMK Caste survey : Solution for political injustice or a strategy to get ahead on the polls


On 1st December, Tuesday, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswamy of the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) announced that the stategovernment would model a commission to work out the processfor collecting caste data.The announcement was made hours after a delegation of the Pattali Makkal Katchi led bythe former Union Minister Anbumani Ramadoss met Palaniswamy to stipulate a 20% quota for the Vanniyar community for government jobs and educational institutions.


TMC government kicks off a massive outreach drive to combat BJP’s game plan


With an eye on the West Bengal assembly elections 2021, Mamta Banerjee led TMC government launched the “Duare Sarkar” Scheme which aims to highlight around a dozen government programmes while also seeking to get the vote from those who have been left out. Mamta Banerjee's hard work a long time to win the trust of the people of Bengal. She is become a CM in single day. Mamta Banerjee did work hard to gain prominence in politics.


Will BJP be able to end “Mamta era” in West Bengal?


With an eye on the 2021 West Bengal assemble polls next year, the BJP has decided to field its battle-tested central leaders in the state. During a crucial organizational meeting on Tuesday in Kolkata Bhartiya Janata Party has decided that Bengal would be divided into five organizational zones, each looked by a central leader with proven track record of successfully conduction elections in other states.


To take the plunge or not : RAJINIKANTH’S entry into politics still on tenterhooks


Actor Rajinikanth recently said that he would resolve the suspense regarding the decision on his political pushsoon, post the meeting with the district secretaries of his unified fan club - Rajini Makkal Mandram. “In the meeting with the district secretaries, they voiced their opinions and I shared mine. They have assured to stand by me in whatever decision I make” he disclosed to media outside hisresidence.


Here is why the BJP is so desperate to win GHMC elections?


Phrases like surgical strike on the old city, and flushing out rohingyas and Pakistanis from Hyderabad have been repeatedly heard, the names of Babur, Akbar and Jinnah were called for political comparisons and a promise to change the name of the city from Hyderabad to Bhagyanagar, the GHMC elections promise to be a high octane battle due to the fierceness exhibited by the BJP during the campaign.


TRS Looks to Consolidate as BJP Tries to Make Inroads


BJP conjured "Jinnah," and in its addresses called "Surgical strike on Hyderabad" and bigwigs like party chief JP Nadda, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, and numerous Union Ministers were deployed. It has been hard to accept that this is only a common political race being battled in Hyderabad. The question is why the BJP has raised the stakes to this level in a civic election like the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC)?


Shreyasi Singh eyes gold in Bihar Elections


2 Commonwealth Games medals including a gold in 2018, an Asian Games medal,2 Commonwealth Championship silver medals and an Arjuna Award make for quite an introduction. Much to the surprise of our readers, India’s ace shooter Shreyasi Singh’s shooting career is just a part of noteworthy elements linked to her life. What most people outside may not be aware of is the fact that Shreyasi belongs to a family considered to be a political heavyweight in the state of Bihar.


Ritu Jaiswal, The ‘MUKHIYA’ with an impressive wiki page could convert Parihar for Tejashwi Yadav


The poll-bound state of Bihar has over 8,000 Mukhiyas serving the people of the state but only 1 stands out and boasts of a very impressive Wikipedia page which is very rare if not unhear of when it comes to Panchayat chiefs. The Mukhiya of Singhwahini which falls under the Parihar assembly constituency, Ritu Kumari Jaiswal has received a plethora of recognized awards for her work since she got elected in 2016.


Will the people of SimriBakhtiarpurhonour the 'SON OF MALLAH'


Mukesh Sahni, popularly known as the ‘Son Of Mallah’ hit the headlines when he announced his decision to walk out of the MahaGathBandhan Alliance amid the joint Press Conference of the MahaGathbandhan alleging that the Leader Of Opposition, Shri Tejashwi Yadav had cheated him and his entire community by not fulfilling his demands to which he had earlier accepted.


23 KG Gold & its Connection with the BJP


Raxaul is an Assembly Constituency in the PurviChamparan District of Bihar, it shares an international boundary with the neighbouring country Nepal and is also infamous for large scale cross border smuggling of several goods. Interestingly BJP’s Ajay Singh Ji has won the last 5 elections held on this seat irrespective of any alliance in Patna and this explains his dominance in the region but the Candidate announcement from the BJP came as a shocker to both Ajay Singh & his supporters when the party denied him a ticket and instead chose JDU’s District President.


A Tale of two high-profile seats


Each Assembly Elections has several high profile seats and Bihar Assembly Election is no exception to it but out of all the high profile seats, these two seats would see the Next Gen of veteran politicians trying their electoral luck to win from these seats. The first one being the Kahalgaon Assembly Constituency in the Bhagalpur District.


Promoting NewBies: Has it helped the BJP or would it suffer Electorally?


BharatiyaJanta Party (BJP) and its leaders boast that their party & its top leadership does not promote Nepotism & pure talent is what matters to grow within the party and this is also reflected in the ticket distribution in states after states where the party acknowledges and honours the hard-work of Karyakartas& Youth Wing Leaders.


Andhra Pradesh Panchayat Election Results - Districts Wise


SEC Nimmagadda Rameshkumar said that the panchayat elections in Andhra Pradesh were held peacefully. About 90,000 government employees and 50,000 policemen were on duty. The SEC revealed that 80 percent of the people participated in the voting in each Phase. Panchayat elections were held in all four phases. While there are 13,371 grama panchayats in the state, the State Election Commission has issued notifications to conduct elections in 13,097 grama panchayats in four phases combined.


Telangana Politics: Graduate MLC Elections - Municipal Election Results


EtG Research is one of the best political survey website in India. EtG Research cover the Graduate MLC Elections, and Municipal Corporations Elections updates. The Central Election Commission has announced the schedule for the conduct of elections for the Graduate Legislative Council seats in Telangana. The notification will be issued on the 16th of February, polling will take place on the 14th of March and the deadline for filing nominations is February 23.