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If breaking political impasse was the objective of the J&K meeting, then it can be said that it met the expectations
The EC has displayed utter disregard for the independence of other equally important constitutional bodies
The victory did not, however, land in Stalin's lap and he worked towards it by reaching out to people systematically by targeting the Centre and state governments on many issues.
He said he was confident about the TMC's victory despite the BJP's attempt to "build a massive propaganda" that it was winning.
As per the Election Commission website, the BJP is leading in 60 out of the total 126 assembly seats.
"The CPI(M)-led LDF will play its due role in this and we expect that the people of Kerala who have always stood up as one will continue to do so in a more stronger manner," he said.
The Election Commission on April 27 had banned all victory processions after counting of votes in states where assembly polls were held to check the spread of coronavirus.
As per the Election Commission figures, the LDF is ahead in 85 seats, while the opposition Congress-headed UDF is leading in 44 segments and the BJP-NDA, in three constituencies.
The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party is leading in 60 seats while Congress is leading in 26 seats.
All the exit polls had predicted a clean victory for the Pinarayi Vijayan-led Left with a minimum of 75 seats and a maximum of 120 seats.
The Congress has established initial leads only on five seats while its partners Bodoland Peoples Front on two seats and All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) on one seat.
Voting took place in the state on April 6 to elect 140 legislators to the 15th Kerala Legislative Assembly.
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