See you on the battlefield: Suvendu challenges Mamata after her announcement to contest from Nandigram


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On 2nd Might, you’ll lose and depart, says BJP chief Suvendu Adhikari after TMC declares Mamata will contest in opposition to him from Nandigram.

BJP chief Suvendu Adhikari on Friday taunted Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee — who will likely be contesting in opposition to him from the Nandigram seat within the forthcoming meeting elections — saying on Might 2, she’s going to lose and must depart. Earlier in the present day, the Trinamool Congress (TMC) launched the entire listing of its 291 candidates for the upcoming elections, which is being projected as one of many excessive stakes polls.

Releasing the listing, TMC introduced that Mamata Banerjee will contest from Nandigram in opposition to Suvendu Adhikari, who was once considered one of her prime aides however left the celebration and joined BJP. Nandigram is Adhikari’s stronghold.

Talking after TMC launched the listing, Suvendu mentioned, “Honourable CM will contest from Nandigram as per the candidate listing, superb, it is welcomed. Folks of Nandigram increase your voice, we would like the son of Midnapore, not outsiders. We’ll see you on the battlefield. On 2nd Might, you’ll lose and depart.”

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Get together supremo Mamata Banerjee made her intention clear in the present day that she’s going to solely contest from Nandigram in East Midnapore district, thought of a stronghold of newly-inducted BJP chief and as soon as shut support to the Chief Minister, Suvendu Adhikari. The celebration has left three seats for a Gorkha celebration in Darjeeling.

“I’ll solely contest from Nandigram,” Banerjee’s message was unambiguous and loud, hinting that the favored chief by no means shies away from a problem and loves a head-on confrontation.

When Banerjee took everybody unexpectedly by declaring her intent to contest from Nandigram throughout a rally there two months in the past, a battery of BJP leaders had ridiculed the proposed transfer.

Some mentioned she would contest from each her conventional constituency of Bhowanipore and Nandigram, simply in case she loses the conflict-scarred East Midnapore seat.

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