The Trinamool Congress won 102 of 108 municipalities.
Sujan Chakraborty claimed that the BJP's vote share is receding in Bengal where it had made significant gains since the 2018 panchayat polls.
Bengal civic polls: Mamata Banerjee thanks people for massive TMC victory; urges winners to work with humility
TMC scored a landslide victory, winning 93 of the 107 municipalities that went to polls on February 27.
Civic poll violence should have been avoided, sends out wrong message: Trinamool Congress MP Sougata Roy
On Sunday cases of violence and malpractices marred the election to 107 municipalities across West Bengal.
A BJP candidate smashed an EVM, alleging rigging by TMC members, in one of the wards.
The court told told senior advocate PS Patwalia, appearing for BJP, that it is 'not inclined to entertain this petition'.
Protests over the candidate list continued in places such as Jalpaiguri, Gobardanga, Barrackpur, Barasat and Raiganj.
Earlier in the day, the state government sent a letter to the SEC, giving its consent to reschedule the election dates, owing to the present pandemic situation.
Elections to more than 100 civic bodies including municipal corporations of Kolkata and Howrah have been due for a long time, primarily because of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
The TMC is all set to go all out in the civic polls against the BJP, which has emerged as the main opposition in the state.