JP Nadda to carry three roadshows in West Bengal right now

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JP Nadda to carry three roadshows in West Bengal right now

Bharatiya Janata Social gathering nationwide chief Jagat Prakash Nadda will maintain three roadshows in poll-bound West Bengal on Friday. The primary roadshow will happen from Baghupati VIP to Satgachi Jessore Street from 11:30 AM.

The second roadshow will happen from Chakdaha Chowrasta to Chakdaha Rathtala, the statue of Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay at 1 PM.

The third roadshow will happen from Vijay Ram to Baje Pratappur at three PM.

The fourth section of meeting elections will likely be held in 44 meeting seats on April 10. The fifth section of polls in 45 meeting segments is scheduled on April 17. The sixth spherical for 43 seats can be held on April 22. The seventh section of polls for 35 constituencies is slated for April 26. The eighth and closing spherical of elections is scheduled for April 29, when the remaining 35 meeting segments would go to the polls.

The Election Fee of India would declare the outcomes on Could 2.

Bharatiya Janata Social gathering (BJP)’s West Bengal President Dilip Ghosh on Wednesday alleged that the Trinamool Congress staff attacked his automotive with “bombs and bricks” within the Cooch Behar district of North Bengal.

BJP president JP Nadda, who reached Cooch Behar for a marketing campaign to assist Nisith Pramanik, stated, “This isn’t new for Didi (Mamata Banerjee) and TMC goons. Earlier everybody noticed how TMC goons attacked me. Didi is aware of she goes out that is why now it is occurring in Bengal. However Didi remember, folks of Bengal are seeing the whole lot. They may reply to you by the ability of the vote.”

On the final day of campaigning forward of the fourth section of the meeting elections in West Bengal, BJP staff staged a protest outdoors Jadavpur Police Station in Kolkata over the assault on Ghosh’s convoy.

(With ANI inputs)

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