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Campaigning ends for 4th phase of assembly elections in West Bengal

Campaigning ends for 4th phase of assembly elections in West Bengal


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Campaigning for the fourth phase of assembly elections in West Bengal has come to an finish Thursday night.

 

Prominent leaders of all political events have been on their toes for final minute campaigning in assist of their candidates.

 

44 seats of 5 districts will go for polls on day after tomorrow.

 

From skilled politicians and opposition leaders, from singer turned ministers to actors, the fourth phase is about to witness excessive profile contests.

 

AIR Correspondent reviews, Locket Chatterjee, sitting MP from Hooghly has been fielded by the BJP from Chuchura assembly constituency towards seating MLA Asit Majumder of the Trinamool Congress.

 

Pranam Kumar Ghosh of the Forward Block is contesting because the Sanyukt Morcha candidate for this seat.

In Chanditala constituency, Polit Bureau member of CPIM, Former MP Md. Salim is attempting his luck in assembly election towards sitting MLA Swati Khandokar of the Trinamool Congress.

 

Actor Debashish Dasgupta, popularly often called Yash is contesting because the BJP candidate.

 

Singer turned Minister Indranil Sen is in search of reelection from Chandannagar constituency the place he’s being challenged by Dipanjan Kumar Guha of the BJP and Goutam Sarkar of the CPIM.

 

Another key constituency is Jadavpur the place Dr. Sujan Chakraborty, chief of the Left-Front Legislative get together is in search of re-election because the CPIM candidate.

 

TMC has fielded Debabrata Majumder, former member of Mayor in Council of Kolkata Municipal Corporation, whereas former CPIM Councilor Rinku Naskar is in the fray because the BJP candidate.

 

Leader of opposition in the state Legislative Assembly Abdul Mannan, can also be in search of re-election from Chanpdani as a Sanyukt Morcha supported congress candidate.

 
He is going through Dilip Singh of the BJP and Arindam Guin of the Trinamool Congress. 






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