December 4, 2011
Huge victory for Ma, Mati, Manush, Subrata Bakshi increases past margin in spite of lower polling
People of South Kolkata showed that they had faith in Ma, Mati and Manush through their polling on November 30, 2011. The results showed not only a huge victory but an increase in margin of vote in spite of lower % of polling.
The statistics available till date are given below.
South Kolkata Loksabha By Election 2011 Results
Counting started at Ballygaunge Govt. School, David Hare Training College, Hastings House, St Thomas School for Boys and Gyan Ghosh Polytechnic at around 8 AM.
The Kolkata South Lok Sabha Constituency consists of Rashbehari, Ballygaunge, Kasba, Kolkata Port, Bhowanipore, Behala East and Behala West Assembly constituency.
After 17 rounds of counting, Trinamool candidate Subrata Bakshi led by –
Lead by 35113 votes a Rashbehari.
Lead by 28547 votes at Ballygaunge
Lead by 222459 votes at Kasba
Lead by 30094 votes at Port
Lead by 41897 votes at Behala West
35346 votes at Behala East –
36625 votes at Bhowanipore.
At 11.57 Hrs: Trinamool leads by 230081 votes all over.
Lead by 35113 votes a Rashbehari. Counting ended, Trinamool gets 63851 votes.
Lead by 28547 votes at Ballygaunge – Counting ended. Trinamool gets 62052 votes.
Lead by 222459 votes at Kasba– Counting ended. Trinamool gets 76584 votes.
Lead by 30094 votes at Port – Counting ended . Trinamool gets 62533 votes.
Lead by 41897 votes at Behala West – Counting ends. Trinamool gets 98707 votes.
Lead by 36625 votes at Bhowanipore. Counting ends. Trinamool gets 62251 votes.
Trinamool candidate Subrata Bakshi wins by a record margin of 2, 30,099 votes. OFFICIALY ANNOUNCED.
Mr Subrata Bakshi dedicated the victory to Ms. Mamata Banerjee, Chairperson, AITMC.
Incidentally, Ms. Banerjee defeated left front candidate by a margin of 219301 votes, 57.2% of the total votes(576,045 votes) in the 2009 Lok Sabha elections. Out of 1505638 voters, 1,007,225 exercised their polling rights. The vote % was around 66.89.The results will be declared on December 4. The by-election to the South Kolkata Parliamentary seat witnessed a poor voter turnout of 51.55 per cent.