Monday, March 11, 2019

Seven-stage Polls a Ploy to Destroy Bengal, Voters Will Not Forgive BJP, Says Mamata

Seven-stage Polls a Ploy to Destroy Bengal, Voters Will Not Forgive BJP, Says Mamata 


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Mamata Banerjee said the rundown of her gathering possibility for the Lok Sabha races will be reported on Tuesday after a gathering of senior Trinamool Congress pioneers. 

Expressing that the three states which will cast a ballot in seven stages could assume a key job in the arrangement of the following government at the Center, West Bengal boss clergyman and Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee said she had no issue with the term of the decision procedure in her state. 

Be that as it may, she said voters in Bengal would not pardon the BJP for what it had done to the state. 

"This seven-stage decision is a BJP ploy to decimate Bengal. Be that as it may, the gathering will get a fitting answer. The Trinamool Congress will win all the 42 situates in Bengal. Voters in Bengal have seen a few decisions and are exceptionally astute, not at all like what the BJP accept them to be," she said. 

"This time, we have a seven-stage race rather than the five stages in 2014. Uttar Pradesh is a major state with 80 seats. There around 40 situates in Bihar and we (Bengal) have 42 supporters. These three states will assume a vital job after the Lok Sabha races," the Trinamool boss said. 

Bengal sends the third-biggest number of MPs to Lok Sabha after Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra (48). 

Banerjee said the rundown of her gathering possibility for the Lok Sabha races will be reported on Tuesday around 3.30pm after a gathering of senior Trinamool pioneers. 

Gathering sources said something like 10-12 new faces are probably going to discover a spot in the competitor list. 

The new faces will be handled from the seats the gathering had won and furthermore from those it had lost amid the 2014 decision. 

The gathering will likewise assess the execution of its sitting MPs, both inside Parliament and outside, before giving them a ticket, the sources said. 

"At present, we have 34 MPs and of the two have been removed. New hopefuls will challenge from these two electorates," a senior Trinamool pioneer said. 

"We will likewise contribute new hopefuls in two different seats where there are big name MPs. New faces would supplant the old hopefuls, with the exception of a couple, in all the eight seats that the gathering had lost in 2014," the pioneer said. 

The TMC, which has 34 MPs in the state, lost two of its legislators as of late after Soumitra Khan of Bishnupur absconded to the BJP and Anupam Hazra of Bolpur was removed for hostile to party exercises. 

Almost certainly, a portion of the MPs would not make it to the competitor list as they have not fared well. 

In any case, an official choice on ticket circulation is being taken by the gathering supremo, the TMC pioneer said. 

"How the individual has fared as an open delegate and in the event that the person had the capacity to take up issues concerning individuals are imperative. The equivalent applies while conveying tickets to the individuals who lost the last time," he said. 

The TMC, which is secured a harsh political fight with the BJP in the state, is peering toward the two seats the saffron party had won in 2014 — Darjeeling and Asansol. 

The saffron party has made relentless advances in Bengal and developed as the primary challenger to the Trinamool Congress and has set an objective of winning 23 seats 

The decision results will be proclaimed on May 23.

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