Forward of high-stakes part II Bengal polls, Mamata Banerjee holds roadshow in Nandigram

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Forward of high-stakes part II Bengal polls, Mamata Banerjee holds roadshow in Nandigram

Forward of the second part of West Bengal meeting polls, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee held a ‘padayatra’ (roadshow) in Nandigram on a wheelchair, marking the primary roadshow right here after she was injured in an alleged assault earlier this month.

Nandigram will witness essentially the most high-profile contest within the second part of the state meeting elections to be held on April 1 with the Chief Minister taking over her former ministerial colleague Suvendu Adhikari, who had joined the Bharatiya Janata Occasion (BJP) in December final 12 months.

Hundreds of individuals gathered across the Chief Minister waving social gathering flags as Mamata held the rally from Khudiram Mod to Thakur Chowk in Nandigram Block-2, which might be adopted by a public assembly in Jansabha Boyal II. One other public assembly will happen at 2 pm then at three:30 pm within the Amdabad Excessive Faculty Floor.

Suvendu Adhikari had earlier mentioned that BJP will defeat Banerjee by over 50,00zero votes from Nandigram.

In the meantime, senior BJP chief and Union Residence Minister Amit Shah will tackle Mamata in a large roadshow in Nandigram on Tuesday to bat for Adhikari. Bollywood star Mithun Chakraborty can be anticipated to conduct a roadshow for the BJP in Nandigram forward of polling.

Earlier this month, throughout a two-day go to in Nandigram, Mamata alleged that she was pushed by a couple of unidentified individuals throughout her election marketing campaign.

Banerjee sustained “extreme bony accidents” on her left foot and ankle in addition to bruises and accidents on her shoulder, forearm and neck, in accordance with the report of her preliminary medical examination.

The Election Fee later mentioned that the harm brought on to the CM in Nandigram was not a results of an “assault” and suspended IPS officer Vivek Sahay, performing director of safety for the West Bengal Chief Minister, with rapid impact.

In the meantime, the primary part of the West Bengal Meeting elections concluded with an estimated 79.79 per cent voter turnout on Saturday.

Within the first part, 30 seats protecting all meeting constituencies from the districts of Purulia and Jhargram and a section of Bankura, Purba Medinipur and Paschim Medinipur went to the polls to resolve on the electoral destiny of 191 candidates, together with 21 girls.

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