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Leaving the wheelchair, Mamata paid homage

Trinamool leader Mamata Banerjee has called on the people to “make the BJP an” April Fool’s Day “in her campaign for the West Bengal Assembly elections in India.

Mamata suddenly got up from her wheelchair at a public meeting in Nandigram during the election campaign yesterday. Pay homage to the national anthem.

At the rally, Mamata added, “What courage do they have? I am the Chief Minister of Bengal, and whether you tell me I am an outsider. Think of you. Will they get votes in this Bengal? The people of Bengal will vote for the girl of Bengal and make Mamata the Chief Minister. ‘

Mamata moved to Nandigram last Sunday to campaign in Nandigram constituency. There he is campaigning in the house of one of his acquaintances in Reyapara. At a meeting in Reyapara, Mamata called for a vote in Nandigram on Thursday. On that day you give “April Fools” to BJP. Vote for Trinamool without voting for BJP. They have brought the Home Minister today to intimidate and intimidate the police. And only a few hours. Then they have to be pugarpar. And they can’t be found near the Yellow River. Then we will be here. ‘

Trinamool leader Mamata Banerjee had filed her nomination papers for Nandigram constituency in East Midnapore district on March 10 to contest the West Bengal Assembly elections. After submitting his nomination papers, he visited several temples in Nandigram and on his way back he met with an accident at Reyapara Bazar. Mamata alleged that she was injured when four to five people knocked on her car door at that time. Later that night he was taken to PG Hospital in Kolkata for treatment. Two days later, on March 12, he was discharged from the hospital in a wheelchair. Mamata’s election campaign has been going on in a wheelchair for 20 days since then.

The second round of West Bengal Assembly elections will be held tomorrow. The second phase of the eight-phase election will be held in 30 constituencies in four districts of the state. Bankura, West Midnapore, East Midnapore and South 24 Parganas districts. The Nandigram seat in East Midnapore is the center of attraction in the second round of elections. Trinamool leader Mamata Banerjee is contesting for this seat on one side, while Mamata is her one-time close activist and now BJP candidate Shuvendu Adhikari.

On the other hand, Amit Shah came to Nandigram on Tuesday and did his first road show from Veturia Bazar in Nandigram to Reyapara. He said the BJP will form a government in Bengal this time by winning more than two hundred seats. Under Modi’s leadership, BJP will build a golden Bengal.

Amit Shah did more road shows in Debra and Pashkura yesterday. Besides Amit Shah, Bollywood star Mithun Chakraborty also took part in another road show in Nandigram yesterday.

Buddhadeb Bhattacharya’s appeal
Meanwhile, on Sunday, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee blamed Shishir Adhikari and her son Shuvendu Adhikari, leaders of the Kanthi family, for the police firing on land protesters in Nandigram on March 14, 2008. Mamata said they had arranged for the police to open fire on the protesters that day. The CPM leadership in the state is happy that Mamata herself has refuted Mamata’s guilt on the Left Front. They say the truth is never suppressed. This time the truth came out in the face of the Chief Minister.

After Mamata’s remarks, the then West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharya requested in an audio message yesterday that in the interest of Bengal, the people of Bengal should now vote for the formation of a secular government in the state. He said, ‘Democracy is affected in this Bengal today. In the last 10 years there has been no industry in Bengal. Women have no protection. The youth of the state are disoriented. The meritorious students of the state are going elsewhere without getting jobs. Silence of cremation in Nandigram and Singur today. This time we have to come forward to unite and form a secular government. ‘

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