West Bengal Elections, Assembly Elections 2021 Highlights: Addressing a rally in Ranibandh, Amit Shah targeted the ruling Trinamool Congress and that people voted TMC for 'Ma Mati Manush' sarkar, expected political violence to end, but opposite happened.
Amit Shah in Bengal
Assembly Election 2021 News Updates: BJP chief JP Nadda today said that his party was not against the word ‘Congress’, but against its policies. “What have they done in 7 years? There’s one guarantee that there’ will only be scams if Congress comes to power. It’s up to you whether you want guarantee of scams or guarantee of development,” he said in Assam.
Home Minister Amit Shah in also in Bengal where he is campaigning for the assembly elections. Addressing a rally in Ranibandh, Shah targeted the ruling Trinamool Congress and that people voted TMC for ‘Ma Mati Manush’ sarkar, expected political violence to end, but opposite happened. “Violence and corruption increased, tribals had to pay Rs 100 for a certificate. Bring BJP government, no tribal will have to pay for certificate,” he said.
West Bengal will vote in eight-phases to elect leaders for the 294-member House. The polling will begin from March 27 and end on April 29. Results will be declared on May 2.
Assembly Elections 2021, West Bengal Elections 2021 Highlights
Home Minister Amit Shah yesterday promised that after coming to power, the BJP will be successful in ushering in "true change in West Bengal and turn the state into "Sonar Bangla" (Golden Bengal) again. He held a colourful roadshow at Kharagpur town in Paschim Medinipur district in support of BJP candidates contesting the West Bengal assembly election. Shah claimed that the huge turnout in the roadshow underscored that people want change in the state under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. "I promise that the BJP government will be successful in bringing 'asli parivartan' (true change) and 'Sonar Bangla' will be created again," Shah said in a brief speech at the end of the roadshow. (PTI)