Voting for 34 seats began in West Bengal state on Monday, that is, today in the seventh stage of the assembly elections, amid the second wave of Corona. More than 86 voters will decide the fate of 284 candidates. Tight security arrangements have been made for a fair and peaceful vote. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has appealed to all voters to vote and follow the rules of the Corona Protocol.
Voting continues in Murshidabad
Voters stand in long lines outside polling stations in Murshidabad during the seventh stage of polling and wait to cast their vote.
Tak MP Abhishek Banerjee cast his vote in Bhawanipur
During the seventh stage of the vote, Transitional Military Council member Abhishek Banerjee cast his vote in Bhwanipurj and said Mamata Banerjee would return with a two-thirds majority. People are dying here and the Election Commission will vote in eight stages to win a particular party.
The TMC candidate cast their votes from the seat of Bhawanipur
Transitional Military Council candidate Sobhandeb Chattopadhyay cast his vote from the Bhawanipur Council seat. After casting his votes, the TMC candidate said people will vote for Mamata Banerjee here. Mamta Banerjee development and projects have come door to door. I have been working in politics since 1962 and voting for myself for the first time.
Prime Minister Modi appeals to voters to follow the Corona Protocol
The seventh stage of voting is taking place in Bengal and meanwhile, Prime Minister Modi has appealed to the people of Bengal to vote. Aside from that, Prime Minister Modi has also asked voters to follow the rules of the Corona Protocol.
The BJP candidate cast their votes from the assembly seat in Ratua
The BJP candidate from the assembly seat in Ratua cast his vote during the seventh round of voting. After casting his vote, he said that the most underdeveloped area in Malda is Ratua, the local Moroccan Liberation Army is here an immigrant because it only comes here at voting time. People decided to go with the BJP.
Voting at the Ratua Association headquarters in Malda
The seventh stage of voting is taking place in Malda district in West Bengal state. Voting at Samasi Primary School takes place at the Ratua Association seat in the Malda region. People gathered here to vote in long lines.
Voting began for 34 seats.
Voting for the seventh stage of the rally has begun in West Bengal state. Today, votes are cast at polling stations for 34 assembly seats.
Election officials mock a poll at a polling station
Election officials mocked a polling station in Asansol today in the seventh stage of the assembly elections in West Bengal state.
Kovid rules will be strictly followed
Commission sources said that 796 companies of the central forces were deployed in 12068 polling stations to conduct fair and peaceful voting, in light of the killing of five people in violence during the fourth phase of the elections. The Covid Protocol will also be strictly followed during the voting.
Voting for two seats announced, the elections will be held on May 16
The ballot was declared null following the death of two House of Representatives candidates in Samarsarganj and Gangpur in Murshidabad district at this stage. The Election Commission decided to vote for these seats on May 16th.
Vote in Bhawanipur ‘hometown of Mamta Banerjee
Polling will also take place at the prestigious headquarters in Bhawanipur, the home of Prime Minister Mamata Banerjee, where she belongs to the MLA. However, Mamta is competing from the Nandigram seat this time. Polling will also be held for nine seats in Murshidabad and West Bardman, six each in Dakshin Dinajpur and Malda, and four each in Kolkata. At this point, the reputation of Minister Chopin Dev Chattopadhyay and BJP candidate Rodanel Ghosh of Bhawanipur, State Minister Farhad Hakim from Kolkata Port headquarters, and BJP candidate Lieutenant General (retired) Spratha Saha from the Rasphari seat was on the line.