In West Bengal, as the electoral movement has increased, the trend of allegations and counter-allegations has also been growing continuously. BJP’s IT in-charge, Amit Malviya, on Monday targeted the TMC for taking pictures of CM Mamata Banerjee on the ambulance. They asked the Election Commission to take cognisance of the matter.
BJP attacked TMC Mamata Banerjee
The BJP leader shared a video on his Twitter handle, claiming that ‘Ambulance in Bengal has giant CM Mamta posters while contesting the assembly elections.
He wrote in a tweet- “In gross violation of MCC, Health Department of West Bengal Government is operating the ambulance with big posters of Mamta Banerjee, herself a candidate in the upcoming assembly elections.”
He further wrote that “Will the Election Commission take note of this and many other posters in government properties?”
Mithun Chakraborty joins BJP.
Former TMC Rajya Sabha MP and superstar Mithun Chakraborty have joined the BJP on Sunday. Addressing a rally in Kolkata, he said- ‘I am a Bengali by heart. We want to work for the poor. You have right in everything. If anyone tries to snatch away your rights, we will stand up for you.
Let me tell you that Mithun will conduct 20 election rally in Bengal for BJP. He had met RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat a few days earlier, after which speculations were being made that Mithun might join the BJP.
Meanwhile, BJP Bengal has given the slogan of change this time. The party has set a target of winning 200 seats in the state. The same ruling TMC is contesting 291 seats in the state, in which CM Mamata Banerjee is contesting from Nandigram this time where she will face Shubhendu Adhikari. There will be 8 phases of voting in Bengal, and the first phase will be voted on 27 April. The same election results will come on 2 May.