BJP will win over 50 of 60 seats in first 2 phases of Bengal polls, predicts Amit Shah

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Union House Minister Amit Shah throughout a roadshow in assist of BJP candidates forward of the third part of West Bengal Meeting polls, at Baruipur Paschim in South 24 Parganas.

Union House Minister Amit Shah on Friday stated that BJP will win greater than 50 out of 60 seats the place polling was held within the first two phases of West Bengal Meeting polls. Polling for 30 seats every was held in two phases, first on March 27 and second on April 1.

Addressing an election rally in West Bengal, Shah stated, “BJP has gained greater than 50 seats out of 60 within the first two phases of Bengal polls, Didi (Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee) herself is dropping from Nandigram.”

Suvendu Adhikari is successful comfortably: Amit Shah  

A senior social gathering chief stated that after yesterday’s evaluation assembly the social gathering is assured of successful Nandigram. “The suggestions is overwhelming and the experiences acquired from Nandigram exhibits that Adhikari is successful comfortably,” he stated.

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Banerjee is contesting from Nandigram in opposition to BJP’s Suvendu Adhikari, her former shut aide. Even earlier than the top of voting yesterday, the BJP claimed that Adhikari is successful the polls. “I’ve a private relationship with each individual in Nandigram. I’m fairly assured to win the election,” Adhikari had stated after casting his vote yesterday.

On March 28, a day after the primary part of voting in a press convention, Shah had stated, “Primarily based on dialogue and suggestions acquired from sales space degree employees and leaders, I can confidently say that we’re successful 26 of 30 seats which went in for polls within the first part in West Bengal.”

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