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Will Mamata Banerjee score a hat-trick or will Narendra Modi’s lotus flower bloom in Bengal for the first time? After a long wait, the answer to that question is going to be found on Sunday. The counting of votes for the 2021 West Bengal Assembly elections has started at 8 am on Sunday.

In the midst of aggressive propaganda, counter-attacks, political debates that have been going on for 33 days, then it will be much clearer today which party will rise in the masnad of Bengal.

However, in most of the booth return polls, the Trinamool Congress has a bit of a foothold, but the fight seems to be fierce. However, the Trinamool and the BJP are reluctant to accept the hint of a fierce battle.

Both Ghasful and Padmaful have said that their party is going to form a government with an absolute majority. The two sides have locked their mouths on how many seats can be matched.

On the other hand the optimistic Left, the united front of the Congress and the Indian Secular Front. Although the Booth Ferat survey suggests a collapse, the people have chosen the ‘secular alliance’ as an alternative to the United Front’s faith, the Trinamool and the BJP. Whether that hope of the united front will be fulfilled will be clear in a few hours.

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