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West Bengal CPIM leader campaigns for Hiranmoy Narayan Debnath; Not a single commitment in ‘Vision Document’ fulfilled

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BY TC News Desk

Agartala, February 06, 2023: Campaigning for CPIM candidate Hiranmoy Narayan Debnath of Kamalasagar assembly constituency, West Bengal CPIM state committee member Tanmoy Bhattacharjee on Monday castigated the negative role of BJP-led government in last five years tenure in this state.

Addressing the campaigning programme at Sekerkote New Market area in Kamalasagar assembly constituency, West Bengal CPIM leader Bhattacharjee said “The BJP government is a ‘Jumla’ government. There is no match between this government’s words and deeds. Not a single commitment has been fulfilled made in the ‘Vision Document’.”

Bhattacharjee said that the lifespan of the BJP government is only a few more days. They will not be found in the state after next March 02 next. But after the coalition government comes to power, they must be brought out and made accountable to the people.

In this election rally, while delivering the welcome address, the leaders strongly criticized the government and appealed to the people of all sections to give victory to the CPIM candidate of the area, Hiranmoy Narayan Debnath.

However, the presence of CPIM supporters in this election rally was noticeable. The party is claiming that the Left Front is coming to power soon after defeating the BJP by a huge margin in this assembly election.

In this campaign, sitting MLA Narayan Chowdhury, CPIM central committee member Rama Das, Left Front and Congress nominated candidate Hiranmoy Narayan Debnath, Kamlasagar Block Congress President Pradeep Chowdhury, former Block Congress President Chitta Sutradhar and other leaders of CPIM were present.

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