Booth return polls are banned in India during elections. However, various polls conducted before the start of the polls have shown that Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress is coming to power in West Bengal again despite the loss of seats.
During the election campaign in North Bengal on Friday, Mamata Banerjee said 60 seats had been polled in the first two rounds. We are going to win 50 of these seats. The Trinamool will win a total of 200 seats. Trinamool Congress sources say they are set to win at least 180 seats in the 294-seat West Bengal Assembly. Despite the BJP’s claim, they will win 200 seats this time and form a government.
Meanwhile, the BJP has started a fuss over a video of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee dancing with broken legs. On March 6, while campaigning in Nandi village, Mamata injured her leg. The legs had to be plastered. In that situation, he is campaigning in a wheelchair. Posting the video on Friday, BJP spokesperson Prannoy Roy complained that we had said from the beginning that the incident was a drama. This time Didi herself has proved it. The leg that has to be turned around in a wheelchair for pain, that leg he is dancing damn! The BJP claimed that the video was made while Mamata was sitting at the Boal booth in Nandigram on Thursday.
As seen in the video, Mamata is sitting in a party office of the Trinamool. There, Mamata is seen swinging her injured left leg on the floor of the table. At one point he is putting his right foot on the bandaged left leg. Trinamool is reluctant to give importance to this allegation. In this context, Trinamool candidate Minister Subrata Mukherjee said that the BJP is running an ugly campaign. Inhuman!
State assembly elections are underway in West Bengal, India. The second round of voting has already ended in this eight-stage election. Voting ended on Thursday (April 1) at Nandigram in East Modinipur. Incumbent Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress leader Mamata Banerjee has become a candidate there. He broke his leg while campaigning before the election.
Later, he continued his campaign in a wheelchair with a broken leg. He was also in the hospital one day. Both his legs were bandaged. The main opposition party, the BJP, was first blamed for the incident, saying its leaders and activists had done so on purpose. Although the allegations have been rejected on their behalf. Subject to investigation, the Election Commission also dismissed the demands of the grassroots.
Meanwhile, a video went viral on social media today, Friday. It is clear there that Mamata Banerjee is moving her broken leg. Which has started a new debate.
The BJP claimed that video was captured by mobile cameras during the polls in Nandigram and that someone from the grassroots had done so. However, the grassroots leaders are not willing to bother or comment on the issue.
In this regard, the present Minister of State and Trinamool candidate of Baliganj Center Subrata Mukherjee told Anandabazar that they (BJP) are inhuman. So it can spread such false information. This video is not true, it is their forgery.