Sunday, 21 March 2021 "I am going to attend the public meeting (Amit Shah's rally in Egra)," Adhikari said on being asked whether he is going to attend the BJP meet. He said that people who are calling them traitors are themselves traitors.
BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari accused West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee of using 'ghuspetis' and Pakistanis' to stop BJP candidates from campaigning. He also accused the police of turning eyes to the incidents and not taking any action. Suvendu Adhikari said that Mamata Banerjee does not like...
BJP promises free public transport and 33% reservation for women in the Bengal manifesto, Amit Shah calls it a resolution letter to West Bengal. Sisir Adhikari joins BJP says he was forced to switch camps by Mamata led party. Nihangs killed in police firing after a clash in Punjab, police officers severely injured. Amid corruption allegations, a decision on Anil Deshmukh’s resignation to be taken tomorrow in the alliance meeting. BMC exempts passengers who have taken vaccine shots from mandatory quarantine. All this and more news at 9 PM.
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BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari's father, Sisir Adhikari hinted at joining the party and extended his support to him. "I don't know about the joining, my sons does but I will support my son and if they ask me to attend PM Modi's meeting; I'll definitely go. I am in favour of my son. Of course, if he asks me to join BJP, I'll do that," said Sisir Adhikari. Earlier today, Suvendu Adhikari announced that his father Sisir Adhikari will attend PM Narendra Modi's rally tomorrow to extend his support.
Ahead of the sixth phase of voting in West Bengal, Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee held massive roadshows. While the BJP leader held a rally in Habra, the Trinamool Congress chief led a roadshow in Kolkata. Many participants at the rallies didn't follow Covid protocol, failing to maintain social distance. Some didn't even wear face masks. Watch the full video for more.
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Union Home Minister Amit Shah made a big claim in a public meeting in West Bengal’s Sitalkuchi. Shah said that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is winning over 50 of 60 seats in the second phase of the West Bengal Assembly Election. Amit Shah also claimed that Mamata Banerjee is losing from the Nandigram constituency. The second phase of voting for the Assembly election in West Bengal took place on Thursday. West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee is contesting from Nandigram seat. BJP’s Suvendu Adhikari is contesting from the same seat against Mamata. Watch the full video for more details.
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TMC leader Yashwant Sinha expressed confidence in West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee's win in Nandigram. Hitting out at BJP's Suvendu Adhikari, Sinha said the opposition candidate is nowhere near her. Adhikari locked horns with Mamata from Nandigram seat in the second phase of assembly polls. “Mamata Banerjee is winning with a huge margin and the opposition candidate is nowhere near her,” Sinha said. He added,”As per Election Commission, campaigning for a phase should stop 36 hours before polling starts. However, this doesn't happen in today's time with the advancement of technology.” Sinha’s statement comes after PM Modi pointed out that Mamata may be filing nomination from another seat. Earlier, Mamata alleged that voters were not being allowed to exercise their franchise in Nandigram. The TMC supremo had said 63 complaints regarding booth capturing were sent to EC. Mamata also held a discussion with Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar over call regarding the issue.
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Home Minister Amit Shah addressed public rally in West Bengal's Egra on March 21 ahead of state Assembly elections. At the event, Shah said, "Can Mamata give you freedom from infiltrators? We will make Bengal free of infiltrators in five years. Our 130 cadres were killed. Goons of TMC shouldn't think that they will be spared. We will take action when our government comes to power in West Bengal on May 2," he said. The Bengal Assembly elections are scheduled to be held eight phases starting from March 27.
Former Union Minister and TMC leader Yashwant Sinha on April 1 claimed that as per party's information, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is winning with a huge margin from Nandigram. He also..