West Bengal Assembly Election: Suvendu Adhikari to fill the nomination against Mamata Banerjee from Nandigram seat on 12th March

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Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister and TMC President Mamata Banerjee will file a nomination from the Nandigram Vidhan Sabha seat on 10 March. While Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) candidate Suvendu Adhikari will fill the nomination from this seat on March 12.

TMC’s manifesto will be released today

TMC sources said that Banerjee would leave for Nandigram late in the evening after the Manifesto was released on Tuesday and file a nomination the next day. She will then go to address a gathering of activists and return to Kolkata on 11 March. At the same time, the BJP leader officer will file a nomination on March 12 and will address the rally there.

TMC gets power from the Nandigram movement

Let us tell you that Banerjee came to power in 2011 only because of the agitation in Nandigram against the land acquisition. This time in the second phase of Vidhan Sabha elections, he will face his own trusted colleague Shuvendu Adhikari, who has now joined BJP. The officer has pledged to defeat Mamata Banerjee by 50 thousand votes.

Elections will be held in 8 phases in Bengal

West Bengal (West Bengal Assembly Election 2021 Date) elections will be held in 8 phases on 294 Vidhan Sabha seats. The first phase – 27 March, second phase – 1 April, third phase – 6 April, fourth phase – 10 April, fifth phase – 17 April, sixth phase – 22 April, seventh phase – 26 April and eighth phase – will be on 29 April. During this time retired police officers, Vivek Dubey and M.K. Das have been made Observer. West Bengal had 77,413 election centres in 2016, while this time there would be 1,01,916 election centres. The result will come on 2 May.


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