According to uncertain preliminary results, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s party (BJP) was defeated in the state of West Bengal, where the Muslim population is concentrated.
For the third time in the state, the Trinamool Congress Party (TMC), led by Mamata Banerjee, won.
In Tamil Nadu state, Dravida Progressive Federation Party (DMK) won, while All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK), who allied with BJP, came out as the second party in the election.
While the BJP won no seats in the Kerela state assembly, the Left Democratic Front (LDF) retained its place in power.
In Puducherry Union Territory, the All India NR Congress (AINRC) won the majority in the assembly.
The BJP did not achieve significant success in Puducherry Union Territory, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and West Bengal, but only in Assam state.
COMPLETED WITH THE STRUGGLE OF OUTBREAK
In India, under the influence of the epidemic, Prime Minister Modi was criticized for focusing on election efforts rather than preventing the spread of the virus.
Health experts stated that the recent increase in the number of cases and deaths across the country has been largely due to the election campaigns and rallies.
In states where elections were held, farmers campaigned against the BJP.
The Modi government had enacted a new agricultural law in the country that drew farmers’ backlash and caused protests for months.