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Tripura Minister Sushanta Chowdhury chairs organization meeting of BJP; Campaigns at Bankura Lok Sabha seat


By TC News Desk

Agartala, 11th May 2024 :  In anticipation of the forthcoming Bankura Lok Sabha seat elections scheduled for May 25, a election campaign staged by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) gained momentum with the presence of Tripura minister Sushanta Chowdhury. The rally held in the Raghunathpur assembly constituency within the Bankura parliamentary constituency witnessed a gathering of party stalwarts and supporters including Raghunathpur MLA Vivekananda Bauri and the BJP’s nominated candidate, Dr Subhash Sarkar.

Addressing the assembled karyakartas and supporters, Minister Chowdhury articulated the prevailing sentiment of discontent within West Bengal, citing an alleged atmosphere of fear perpetuated by the ruling Trinamool Congress. “Today, there is an atmosphere of fear in West Bengal,” asserted Minister Chowdhury. “Only Trinamool Congress’s Raghav Boal is being bullied, and the politics of cuts and appeasement are going on. People today are up in arms against the thugs of this dictatorial government, people are demanding change.”

Further rallying the crowd, Minister Chowdhury proclaimed the electorate’s determination to effect change in the upcoming elections. “The people of Bankura, along with the whole of West Bengal, have decided to give a gift to Narendra Modi by blooming lotus flowers in this Lok Sabha election,” he declared, alluding to the BJP’s electoral symbol. Criticizing the incumbent Mamata Banerjee-led government, he decried its descent into what he termed “Goondaraj” (rule by thugs), accusing it of prioritizing appeasement politics over the welfare of the populace.

Echoing similar sentiments, Tripura Power Minister Ratan Lal Nath, campaigning in support of BJP candidate Locket Chatterjee, expressed confidence in the BJP’s electoral prospects. “BJP will win 32 seats in West Bengal this time,” proclaimed Minister Nath, emphasizing the electorate’s disillusionment with the Trinamool Congress. “People will not accept Trinamool Congress anymore,” he asserted, citing the prevailing sentiment among the populace.

With the Bankura Lok Sabha seat emerging as a focal point of political fervor, the BJP’s concerted efforts, buoyed by the impassioned rhetoric of its ministers, signal a keenly contested electoral battle in the offing. As the countdown to polling day begins, the electorate awaits the opportunity to cast their verdict in what promises to be a pivotal moment in West Bengal’s political scenario.

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