Challenges began among rival party giants in the Bengal elections. BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari has challenged CM and Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee that he is contesting from Nandigram and should be ready for the contest.
Challenges began among rival party giants in the Bengal elections. BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari has challenged CM and Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee that he is contesting from Nandigram and should be ready for the contest. He was once very close to her. It is known that he joined BJP from Trinamool Congress. Suvendu has made it clear that he will contest from Nandigram as their candidate in the first list of candidates released by the party for the Bengal elections. A total of 57 candidates have been announced for the list. The challenge was thrown at her on Saturday by a Suu Kyi official in the wake of Mamata Banerjee’s announcement that she was vacating the Bhawanipur seat and opting for the Nandigram seat. Let’s fight longer in the electoral field. (Mamata reveals that Shobhan Deb Chattopadhyay will contest in her place in Bhawanipur).
The official reiterated that he would defeat Mamata by a margin of 50,000 votes. He said that it was certain that he would leave the seat. Wait for the verdict to be given by the people on May 2. He said that they wanted the son of Midnapore and not outsiders. Repeatedly commented that your defeat is permanent. Mamata Banerjee has released the list of 291 TMC candidates who will be contesting. There are 50 women, 29 SCs, 17 STs and 42 Muslim candidates. Some positions were left to others. Elections will be held in Bengal in a total of 8 phases. The Center is just sending a large number of paramilitary forces for this election. In Bengal, a fierce battle is going on between the BJP and the TMC.
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