- Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced a possible timeline for polling day
- Modi hints that voting schedule may be announced in Assam, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Pondicherry in the first week of March
- Questions are being raised in various quarters about how Modi talked about the possible timeline for announcing the elections
In this context, the Prime Minister said, ‘I know, you are all waiting for the election. Since the last assembly election date was announced on March 4. It seems that the Election Commission may announce the election schedule in the first week of March again. We think March 7 may be announced. “I will go to Assam, West Bengal, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry as much as I can,” Modi said.
Incidentally, the central forces in the state last Saturday. Four companies of central forces reached Calcutta station. The central forces have already reached Durgapur. It is learned that there will be one company in Birbhum, Bankura and Burdwan. Central forces will patrol Kolkata and various parts of the state. Troops can patrol areas that are tense before the vote. The central forces will work to increase the morale of the common people. It is learned that a total of 12 companies of central forces have come to the state. A total of 125 companies will come to the state step by step.
It is to be noted that BJP has made Bengal a bird’s eye view in the election battle of Ekushey. The BJP is the main opponent of the Trinamool in Bengal in the Ekushey vote. The Gerua forces are desperate to bring ‘change in Bengal’ and make the lotus blossom. On the other hand, Ghasful Shibir is desperate to hold the seat of Bengal against Padma Shibir. In this context, the state politics is in full swing in the anti-regime war. Amit Shah, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and JP Naddara are often coming to Bengal before the polls. Mamata herself has spoken out that ‘outsiders’ will not be allowed to occupy Bengal.
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