The outbreak of the coronavirus epidemic has taken away the light of the polls. The only question that comes back to him is, is there grassroots in Nilbari again, or is Padma entering? With this question, the counting of votes for the 2021 West Bengal Assembly elections has started on Sunday. Mamata Banerjee broke the left fort 10 years ago and planted flowers in West Bengal. That trend continued in 2016 as well. But the results of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections show that a large section of people in West Bengal are leaning towards the BJP.
But the Booth Ferat survey has virtually lost its grip on who will be in favor of the verdict of the politically conscious people of West Bengal.
However, according to the verdict of the people, the rule of Nilbari will be in the hands of the next five years.
Care is being taken literally at the counting center to avoid corona infection. The number of counting centers has also been increased as compared to the past. In 2016, where there were 90 counting centers, this time it has been increased to 108.
Section 144 has been issued in an area of 100 meters to prevent any disturbance in the Bhat counting center. The state police is also not allowed to enter the counting center without the permission of the Election Commission.
Returning Officers, Counting Observers, Counting Agents and candidates and agents for the respective constituencies will be able to enter after the counting of votes is completed.
North Korea has accused the Joe Biden administration of pursuing hostile policies on the nuclear issue. The British media reported this information in a report of BBC.
North Korea’s foreign ministry said a recent remark by Washington showed that US President Joe Biden was continuing to pursue a hostile policy.
Earlier last week, Joe Biden described North Korea’s nuclear program as a serious threat to global security.
According to the White House, the US president is planning to use a “calibrated” approach to North Korea.