Actor June Malia has changed sitting Medinipur MLA Mrigendra Nath Maiti because the TMC candidate from the constituency
Tollywood actor June Malia can be contesting from Medinipur on a Trinamool Congress ticket within the upcoming West Bengal Assembly elections.
Malia has changed sitting MLA Mrigendra Nath Maiti to tackle BJP’s Samit Kumar Das on 27 March within the first of the eight-phased Assembly election.
While campaigning in Medinipur on 23 March, Malia said that she took time to enter politics. “I took my time to get into politics. The jump is a high one but I have waited. I never make whimsical decisions, be it politics or film scripts,” stated the actor.
The 50-year-old began her appearing profession in 1996 with the movie Lathi. She has additionally labored in films like The Bong Connection and Meri Pyaari Bindu.
Medinipur is an Assembly constituency within the Paschim Medinipur district of West Bengal. It falls below the Medinipur Parliamentary constituency.
The voting will start on 27 March, with Bengal having a most of eight phases persevering with until 29 April. Including Medinipur, 30 Assembly seats will go to polls within the seventh section. The outcomes of the election can be declared on 2 May.
The state is held by the AITC (also referred to as TMC) with an absolute majority, with Mamata Banerjee on her second consecutive time period as chief minister. The ruling celebration is combating a pitched battle with archrival BJP, whereas the Congress-led alliance can also be a key participant within the fray.
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