In the last phase of the election campaign, the influence of Corona and the promises related to it dominated. While Banerjee accused the Center of not taking responsibility during the second wave. He promised that if the TMC government comes, there will be free vaccination of all Bengalis. After this, the BJP also made a similar promise. On the issue of Corona, Mamta attacked the center fiercely.
Nadda accuses – accused of leaving the Prime Minister’s review meetings
He accused the Center on Sunday that UP was sent to change the oxygen coming to West Bengal. He said that when India was in dire need of vaccine, the Center exported the vaccine. BJP president JP Nadda accused Banerjee of mishandling Kovid’s position in West Bengal and skipping the Prime Minister’s review meetings. Kovid has lost three candidates, while half a dozen have died during this assembly election. Are more infected than. Mamta Banerjee has accused more than one lakh cadre of BJP of spreading Kovid infection in Bengal. He claims that BJP cadres have camped here for more than a month.
BJP held virtual rallies, Mamta held press conference
While the BJP held virtual rallies in the last two phases of the election campaign, Banerjee has opted to hold press conferences with her candidates in different districts to send a big message. In fact, the Election Commission has banned road shows and big rallies in the growing cases of Corona. Voting is to be held in 71 seats in the last two phases of West Bengal elections, of which 34 seats will be voted on Monday and on March 29, 35 seats will be voted. Due to the demise of candidates before voting in 2 seats, the Commission has decided to hold elections on 16 May.
Voting is being held in the Muslim-dominated district of Malda and Murshidabad, 11 urban seats in Kolkata and the last two phases of Birbhum district, 22 seats in Murshidabad, 12 in Malda and 11 seats in Kolkata, where TMC performed well in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. did.
Home minister Amit Shah has been away from West Bengal for the last two days. During this time, Nadda commanded the campaign in the last two phases and held three virtual rallies in the state on Sunday. He will hold three more virtual rallies for the final leg today with a press conference in Kolkata. The BJP’s campaign will end with Nadda’s press talk.
Rallies of BJP state president Dilip Ghosh, Suvendu Adhikari and Mithun Chakraborty continued. The BJP claimed that more than 500 people were not involved in these rallies, but the Trinamool Congress alleged that the Election Commission guidelines have been violated by the BJP. Banerjee held a press conference in Bolpur with all the candidates of Birbhum district on Saturday. Along with this, she will hold a press conference on Monday.