Bengal Elections 2021, before taking the form in Nandigram, Mamata made every bet: Mamata Banerjee gave height to her political life from Nandigram itself. Nandigram is a very important place for Mamata Banerjee. After his decision to contest elections from here, the Nandigram Assembly Seat with nearly two lakh voters has now become the seat, which will be looked at by the whole country.
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will file nomination papers from Nandigram Seat on March 10. Two days later, Shubhendu Adhikari, who is closest to Mamata, will fill the form from this seat on a BJP ticket. Trinamool Congress President Mamata Banerjee reached Nandigram after the party’s manifesto was released on Tuesday. Here he addressed TMC workers. Didi began her address with an excerpt from the Chandi text. Remembering her struggle in Nandigram, Mamata Banerjee said- ‘I have come to you again. This time also needs your support. Do not listen to those who are divided.
He said- ‘I can forget everything, but cannot forget Nandigram. The other party will say a lot, you do not trust their wrong things. This is a partitioning party. Mamta further said- ‘I am the daughter of the village. Can not forget the struggle in Nandigram. I was prevented from coming there. Bullets were fired on my car. I brought Nandigram and Singur along. This seat is vacant, so I am fighting from here. If you do not want to, I will not fight Nandigram.
Let me tell you that in Nandigram, Mamta Banerjee has a direct fight with the Shuvendu officer of BJP, who has claimed to defeat the Chief Minister by 50 thousand votes. It is being told that Mamata Banerjee will remain in Nandigram for the next three days. During this time, she will contact the general public and inform them about the development work done by the TMC government. During this time, Didi will also try to turn people in favor of the Trinamool Congress.
Mamata Banerjee gave height to her political life from Nandigram itself. Nandigram is a very important place for Mamta Banerjee. After his decision to contest elections from here, the Nandigram Assembly Seat with nearly two lakh voters has now become the seat, which will be looked at by the whole country.
Shuvendu Adhikari had won from here in the last election
At the same time, Shuvendu Adhikari Adhikari won from Nandigram in 2016 while staying in the Trinamool Congress. Shuvendu Adhikari defeated Abdul Kabir Sheikh of CPI by nearly 80 thousand votes. Bijan Kumar Das, who contested from BJP on this seat, got only 10 thousand 713 votes.
BJP got 10713 votes in 2016 in Nandigram
The Nandigram seat from which BJP got 10 thousand 713 votes in the 2016 assembly elections. Now from there, the BJP has played a big bet and removed the veteran leader of TMC, Shuvendu (Suvendu Adhikari Nandigram). It will be interesting to see how successfully Shuvendu Adhikari, who won a big seat on this seat while joining the Bharatiya Janata Party, faces Mamata Banerjee (Mamata Banerjee Vs Suvendu Adhikari).
Caste equation of Nandigram seat
Nandigram comes in the former Medinipur district. Muslim voters can play a big role in Nandigram. The census of 2011 states that 34 blocks were in Block-1, 12.1 in Block-2, and 40.3 percent in Block-3 of Nandigram town. However, these figures would have increased in 10 years. At the same time, the last election also describes the Muslim role in the area as quite big. TMC’s Muslim candidate won in the 2011 assembly elections. Whereas in 2016, TMC’s vote percentage increased. At that time Shubhendu Adhikari was contesting from here.
The election on how many seats in Bengal in which phase?
In the first phase, votes will be cast on 30 March out of 294 seats in West Bengal on 27 March. At the same time, in the second phase on 30 seats on April 1, in the third phase 31 seats on April 6, in the fourth phase 44 seats on April 10, in the fifth phase 45 seats on April 17, in the sixth phase, 43 seats on April 22. On, votes will be cast on 36 seats in the seventh phase on 26 April and on 35 April in the eighth phase on 29 April. The results will be announced on May 2.