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Assembly Election Results 2021: Memes and jokes flood Twitter as voting concludes

Many took to Twitter with posts, analysis and predictions regarding the elections causing hashtags like #ElectionResult and #2021AssemblyElections to dominate trends.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: May 4, 2021 10:42:24 am
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Twitter was flooded with memes and reactions as the counting of votes concluded for the 2021 Assembly election in Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Puducherry and Assam. While Trinamool Congress registered a landslide victory in West Bengal with Mamata Banerjee returning as Chief Minister for the third time, BJP made their way back into Assam. Puducherry too elected a new government led by the BJP.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan led Left Democratic Front (LDF) won a historic second term in Kerala on Sunday, in a state that had not returned an incumbent government to power in over four decades. In Tamil Nadu, MK Stalin-led DMK overthrew the ruling AIADMK and is set to form the government with a simple majority.

While many took to Twitter with posts, analysis and predictions regarding the elections causing hashtags like
#ElectionResult, 2021AssemblyElections to dominate trends, others shared meme and jokes relating to the result.

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