Assembly Election 2021 LIVE Updates: The ballot campaigning throughout states is in full swing with the BJP seeking to retain its maintain in Assam and wrest energy from the TMC in West Bengal
Assembly Election 2021 LATEST Updates: The ballot campaigning throughout states is in full swing with the BJP seeking to retain its maintain in Assam and wrest energy from the TMC in West Bengal.
Sharad Pawar will probably be on a three-day go to to West Bengal from 1 April to carry varied rallies, press conferences and meet Mamata Banerjee, stated NCP spokesperson Mahesh Tapase.
The actor turned politician will start election marketing campaign for the BJP on Thursday. He is predicted to carry three roadshows in three districts.
According to DwellNews360, Chakraborty will start his first roadshow at Saltora in Bankura district. He will then proceed roadshows in Jhargram and Keshiari.
The ballot campaigning throughout states is in full swing with the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) seeking to retain its maintain in Assam and wrest energy from the Trinamool Congress (TMC) in West Bengal.
In Bengal, the BJP goals to get a majority of over 200 seats whereas Mamata Banerjee, who leads the TMC, can be assured of nabbing third straight time period.
With “insider- outsider” narrative dominating polls in Bengal, Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee Wednesday stated her social gathering take into account solely these “pan masala-chewing, tilak-sporting” folks despatched from states like Uttar Pradesh “to foment trouble” earlier than elections in West Bengal as outsider goons.
Those who initially hailed from different elements of India however have been dwelling within the state for ages cannot be referred to as outsiders, she stated. The TMC has been describing the BJP as “a party of outsiders” as a technique within the West Bengal Assembly election.
“Why should we label those living here for ages as outsiders? They are an integral part of our state,” Mamata, additionally the chief minister of West Bengal, advised election rallies held in Bankura district.
“We consider only those pan masala-chewing, tilak- sporting people sent from states like Uttar Pradesh to foment trouble in West Bengal before elections as outsider goons. We will continue to call them as such,” she stated.
She requested girls dwelling in rural areas to be cautious of “outsider goons” and chase them away with brooms and kitchen utensils in the event that they lay siege to village roads.
The saffron social gathering has severely criticised Mamata for calling their leaders coming to Bengal from different states as outsiders.
Addressing an election rally in Kanthi within the Purba Medinipur district throughout the day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated that Bengal was the land of icons like Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay, Rabindranath Tagore and Subhas Chandra Bose and on this land, no Indian was an outsider.
Bengal introduced collectively the folks of India by way of Vande Mataram, and on that land, Mamata-didi is speaking about “bohiragoto” (outsider). No Indian is an outsider right here, they’re the youngsters of Bharat Mata,” Modi stated.
Lashing out at Modi, Mamata stated, “I have great respect for the PM’s chair, but I am sorry to say that Modi is a big liar. What happened to Modi’s promise of crediting Rs 15 lakh to everyone’s bank accounts? Why should an LPG cylinder cost Rs 900? Why is kerosene scarce? What is the fate of the Ujjwala scheme?” she stated at a rally in Bishnupur.
Under the Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Scheme, LPG connections are supplied to BPL folks at a concessional price. However, questions are being raised about its utility as the worth of cooking gasoline cylinders has been elevated manifold in latest instances.
“Why are Modi and (Union Home Minister) Amit Shah silent even as farmers are agitating out in the open for months? Why are iron nails being laid out at the farmers’ protest site? Is Modi concerned only about a large industrial group and not agriculturists?” the TMC chief stated.
Claiming that the Centre’s “Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao” scheme for making certain survival and training of the woman baby has been a non-starter, Mamata stated, “I deliver what I promise but Modi fails to keep his promises.”
To again her declare, she named a number of schemes that the state authorities has applied. On the BJP’s promise of implementing the Seventh Pay Commission suggestions for state authorities staff if voted to energy in West Bengal, she stated, “First answer why the PSUs are being closed down and at whose behest? You are rendering lakhs of people unemployed. People don’t trust you.”
Around 10,000 authorities lecturers had misplaced their employment in Tripura and the BJP had promised earlier than the Assembly election there to present their jobs again, she stated including that the social gathering didn’t fulfil the promise after coming to energy.
She additionally alleged that the Centre and never the Election Commission is deploying police forces for the polls and police personnel are coming to West Bengal from BJP-ruled Uttar Pradesh.
“Why should be police forces in poll-bound states be under them (BJP)?” she stated at a ballot assembly in Onda.
She requested voters, “particularly the minorities”, to pay attention to the alleged plot of the CPM and the Congress to chop into votes and assist the saffron social gathering, in the event that they “do not want riots, tyranny and oppression of the BJP and dictatorship which takes away rights of people”.
The CPM-headed Left Front and the Congress have joined palms with the newly-formed Indian Secular Front floated by Abbas Siddiqui, an influential Muslim cleric of Hooghly district’s Furfura Sharif, to forge an alliance.
At one other assembly in Bankura city, the cnief minister requested voters to be on guard in opposition to any provide for money for casting votes.
“If some outsiders offer you Rs 500 or Rs 1000 in exchange for votes, don’t be tempted. I won’t advise you what to do with the cash but don”t vote for them. It is ill-gotten money,” the feisty Bengal chief stated.
She alleged that unaccounted notes discovered throughout demonetisation and cash from the PM-Cares fund and that acquired throughout the sale of PSUs are getting used to lure voters.
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