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Mamata Banerjee and Suvendu Adhikari’s Election War

Mamata Banerjee has announced that after taking the challenge of Suvendu Adhikari she will contest Nandigram’s seat. Suvendu Adhikari is one of Mamata’s confidants who left the office of the TMC in front of Western Bengal elections to join the Bharatiya Janata Party.

She said, “I shall contest from Nandigram, as I stick to my words,” announcing her candidature.

Sobhandeb Chattopadhyay will participate in the forthcoming parliamentary elections from the electoral division of Bhawanipur.’

She smired of her preconceived victory saying “It’s the smiley election,” and from Bhowanipore she will be winning.

She also announced a number of 291 candidates; Darjeeling, Kurswon and Kalimpong had left three hill constituencies for “friendly parties;” no candidate over 80 would contest TMC, and also apologise for dropping some candidates.

“A list of 291 candidates, including 50 women, 42 Muslim candidates, is released today. We don’t put our candidates on three seats in northern Bengal. “West Bengal CM said, I will contest Nandigram.”

Nandigram, the seat of the election of 2011 in West Bengal by Suvendu Adhikari, is the entire campaign that focused on farmers’ struggles with industrial projects in West Bengal and that contributed to a win over the TMC.

Nandigram is the seat of Suvendu Adhikari at the 2011 Western Bengal elections. Adhikari conceived the whole campaign focused on farmers’ fighting for industrial projects in West Bengal, helping TMC win over the government of the Left Front, which lasted for 34 years.

For each Member who has left or tried to remove banerjee, Mamata’s decision to run from his seat in Nandigram is one of the most influential elections.

“Nandigram is my great sister, my younger sister Bhowanipore. If possible, I’ll fight both. If I can’t contest Bhawanipore, another person will contest, “She said. – She said.

Suvendu is the card of the BJP designed to remove Banerjee from the leading position in West Bengal. The victory of Mamata could make a bigger difference from the victorious votes.

Suvendu met the BJP leadership yesterday that he was convinced that he would win the Nandigram seat, because he held it more strongly than the TMC leader.

On the 16th December Adhikari, after renouncing his position as a Nandigram MLA, wants to defeat Mamata.

“Discussions took place regarding the selection of the candidates for the first two phases, former leader of the state and stalwart of BJP Rajib Banerjee. Later in the evening, before the final phone call, the parliamentary committee will again review the list. He expressed his wish for Nandigram’s contest with Suvendu Adhikari. Now the final announcement is waiting for us.”

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