Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan will also campaign in the Bengal elections. He will take part in many programs there. Here, the Congress has not decided any name at the moment.
- Last Updated:February 28, 2021, 11:10 AM IST
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, who is going to campaign there before the Bengal elections, has claimed to have formed a BJP government there. Taking a dig at Mamta Banerjee, she said that many BJP workers were killed in Bengal. Their sacrifice will not go in vain. This time, Mamta will overthrow Banerjee’s government. The public is with the BJP.
According to the information, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan will visit Kalighat Temple and Dakshineswar Temple on the morning of 28 February. After this, you will be involved in the plantation program to be held there. After the plantation, he will attend a Parivartan rally to be held from Dhulagori turn near Kolkata to Howrah South and will address the public meeting.
Congress did not decide responsibility for West BengalOn the other hand, no responsibility has been fixed in the state Congress for the West Bengal elections. Congress media in-charge KK Mishra said that the leaders who will give responsibility for going to the elections will campaign in favor of the party in West Bengal. He said that Kamal Nath is the popular face of the Congress in West Bengal. If the party gives them instructions, then they will go there.
Bengal elections will be held on these dates
The dates have been announced by the Election Commission. Voting for the 294-seat assembly is 27 March (30 seats), 1 April (30 seats), 6 April (31 seats), 10 April (44 seats), 17 April (45 seats), 22 April (43 seats). ), Will be on 26 April (36 seats), 29 April (35 seats). Counting will also be done in West Bengal on 2 May.
Mamta raised questions on dates
Soon after the announcement of the Election Commission, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has raised questions. They have asked who has been elected to benefit the elections in 8 phases. Remind me that in the year 2011, Trinamool Congress made history in the politics of West Bengal. The party, under the leadership of Mamata Banerjee, overthrew the Left government after 34 years. Since then, Mamta has become the Chief Minister of Bengal twice in a row. In such a situation, the question arises whether Didi will put a hat-trick of victory this time or saffron waving in Bengal.