Bengal Election – Phase Two Voting: Long lines of voters in Nandigram, Soufendo Casts Vote

Bengal Election - Phase Two Voting: Long lines of voters in Nandigram, Soufendo Casts Vote

Prime Minister Modi has appealed to the vote in large numbers

Prime Minister Narendra Modi appealed to the people to reinforce this celebration of democracy by participating in a large number of votes in the second round of elections in the Assam and West Bengal state assembly elections on Thursday. Prime Minister Modi tweeted, “Voting is under way in the second phase of the Assam elections today. I urge all eligible voters to use this privilege to further this celebration of democracy.” In another tweet, he appealed to the people of Bengal to vote in it. Record numbers.

ITBP’s jaws help cast votes

ITBP personnel have been deployed in West Bengal state for the second stage of voting, which also assists people in casting their votes. Soldiers stationed at polling stations east of Midnapur proved to be very helpful to elderly voters in casting their ballots.

Suvendu appealed to the people

Suvendu Adhikari appealed to the people to cast the maximum number of votes after voting. He said that the eyes of the whole country are focused on Nandigram. People are waiting for whether development wins here or a policy of appeasement.

Voice of Suvendu Adhikari

BJP candidate Suvindo Adhikari voted from the Nandigram seat in West Bengal. He said development is the biggest issue in Bengal. The state votes against appeasement.

Debra is also thrown heavily

Voting is also taking place in the seat of Debra in West Bengal. There are lines of people outside booth number 76 here. Let me tell you that there is fierce competition between Senior Humayun of the Trinamall Congress and Bharti Ghosh of the BJP.

Enthusiasm among Nandigrams to vote

In Nandigram, everyone’s eyes are on the election competition between Mamata Banerjee and Suvendu Adhikari. Meanwhile, there was a lot of enthusiasm among the voters. The long lines at booth # 110 started here in the morning.

Enthusiasm among Nandigrams to vote

In Nandigram, everyone’s eyes are on the election competition between Mamata Banerjee and Suvendu Adhikari. Meanwhile, there was a lot of enthusiasm among the voters. The long lines at booth # 110 started here in the morning.

Voting has started in Bankura

Voting has also begun in Bankura, West Bengal. Voters gathered to cast their ballots outside booth No. 137.

That was the equation in 2016

Of these 30 seats, Trinamall won 23 seats in the 2016 Assembly elections, left-wing candidates won five, and one went to both Congress and the BJP. The political equations changed in the state’s 2019 Lok Sabha elections. During that time, the BJP won all five Lok Sabha seats by registering a broad presence in the tribal-dominated Jungle Mahal and Medinipur sector. Nevertheless, Trinamool managed to maintain its dominance in the South 24 Parganas, which has a large minority population.

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