Bengali actress Shrabanti Chatterjee Join BJP, said on Wednesday that I respect Mamata Banerjee, but am more impressed by the vision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He said that Bengal has not developed as much under the rule of the Left parties and the Trinamool Congress as it should have, so the BJP should get a chance.
Shrabanti Chatterjee said that the Left parties ruled West Bengal for 34 years and the Trinamool Congress (TMC) ruled for 10 years. Even after this, development has not happened as much as Bengal should have done in the true sense. She said that I want our sonar Bangla (Golden Bengal) to be developed. So, I want the BJP to have a chance.
On the news of TMC offering to join the party, Chatterjee said, “I have never received any offer from TMC.” Yes, I respect Didi (Mamta Banerjee). I have also been on a stage with Didi. I have also gone with him in publicity. But the BJP’s ideology affects me. PM Modi’s vision impresses me a lot.
Chatterjee said, I have been working on the screen for a long time and people have given me a lot of love. I want to work on the land with the people and want to do something for West Bengal. Let us know that Chatterjee joined the BJP on March 1. Assembly elections are to be held in eight phases this time in the state. The previous elections were held in seven stages.
I have been working on screen for many years and people have given me a lot of love. I want to work with the people on ground and do something for West Bengal: Bengali actor Srabanti Chatterjee after joining BJP ahead of #WestBengalElections2021
— ANI (@ANI) March 3, 2021
Assembly election program is something like this in Bengal
This time assembly elections will be held in West Bengal in eight phases. The last assembly election was held in seven phases. The first phase of polling will be held on March 27 on 30 assembly seats in five districts. The second phase of polling will be held on April 1 in 30 assembly seats in four districts. The third phase of the election will be held on April 6 in 31 assembly seats.
The fourth phase of voting will be held on April 10 in 44 assembly seats. The fifth phase of voting will be held on April 17 in 44 assembly seats. In the sixth phase, elections will be held on April 22 on 43 assembly seats. Elections will be held for 36 assembly seats on 26 April in the seventh phase and 35 assembly seats on 29 April in the last and eighth phase. At the same time, the counting of votes will take place on May 2.