West Bengal meeting elections 2021: Mamata Banerjee to file her nomination from Nandigram on March 10 | India Information
Kolkata: The political setting in West Bengal is heating quick because the state meeting election is approaching. The state has been seeing rallies of the outstanding political leaders of the nation since previous week.
Within the newest developments, the ruling occasion chief and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has introduced that she’s going to file her nomination for the Nandigram meeting constituency seat on March 10 (Wednesday). The TMC chief shall be reaching Nandigram on March 9 and can file her nomination from Haldia on March 10.
The CM Mamata Banerjee, whereas making the announcement of the TMC candidates listing, stated, “I’m going to Nandigram on ninth March. On tenth March, I’ll file the nomination at Haldia.”
Earlier, quickly after CM Mamata banerjee had introduced her candidature from Nandigram, BJP had positioned Mamata’s former aide Suvendu Adhikari towards her.
Whereas addressing a rally in Nandigram, Mamata stated, “I wish to request Subrata Bakshi (TMC normal secretary), it’s my want, I can’t neglect Bhabanipur, I’ll give a great candidate however I need my title in Nandigram. Because of my love for Nandigram, I couldn’t management my feelings”.
In the meantime, TMC on Friday had introduced the candidates’ listing of 291 names for the upcoming West Bengal meeting elections.