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2021 Assembly Election Live Updates: Politicos from BJP, TMC and Congress organize rallies and roadshows in Bengal, encouraging a large congregation of crowds. The CPM is the only party in the fray to say it will refrain from large gatherings and lead a door-to-door campaign

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Assembly election 2021 LATEST news and updates: Politicos of the BJP, TMC and Congress organize rallies and roadshows in Bengal, encouraging a large congregation of crowds. The CPM is the only party in the fray to say it will refrain from large gatherings and lead a door-to-door campaign

Speaking at a rally in Nadia, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said she would urge the Election Commission to prevent the BJP from getting “foreigners” to campaign in West Bengal to control the spread of COVID-19[female[feminine in the state.

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JP Nadda alleged during a rally in Ketugram that the state government did not allow money given to state farmers under Prime Minister Kisan Samman Nidhi’s program to reach beneficiaries.

Sharing a photo of the BJP candidate for Ranaghat North East having lunch with central forces, Trinamool Congressman Mahua Moitra urged the Election Commission to investigate the matter and take appropriate action.

Union Minister Amit Shah and BJP leader JP Nadda are expected to hold election rallies in West Bengal ahead of the fifth round of voting on Saturday. Four phases of the Assembly election are yet to take place on April 17, 22, 26 and 29, and the counting of votes cast in elections in four states and one Union territory will take place on May 2.

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Worried about the COVID-19[female[feminine Above all, Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday urged the Election Commission to consider holding a ballot for the remaining seats in the Assembly, while also stressing that her party had opposed the extended schedule. of the eight-phase ballot.

“In the midst of an ongoing pandemic, we strongly opposed @ ECISVEEP’s decision to conduct 8-phase World Bank surveys. Now, given the huge increase in # COVID19 cases, I urge the CIS to consider holding the remaining phases in ONLY ONE go, “CM says.

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Preparations for the fifth round of voting on April 17 are already nearing completion, an election official said, even as several social media users held debates over whether the voting committee should at least lead the next three phases of the Bengal elections in one day. .

Assembly polls have been held for 135 constituencies so far in West Bengal, and the remaining 159 seats are going to the ballot box over the next four phases.