West Bengal will defend India and will not allow it to become Pakistan or Taliban, said West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. It is also the land of Rabindranath Tagore and the national poet of Bangladesh, Nazrul Islam, where everyone will live in unity, she said. Mamata Banerjee is campaigning ahead of the Bhabanipur by-election. He interacted with the non-Bengali community of Bhabanipur on Thursday. In Bhabanipur, 40% of the population is non-Bengali. Therefore, their votes will play an important role in this election.
“West Bengal will protect India. We will not allow India to become Pakistan or Taliban. Because this was the land of Rabindranath and Nazrul. So let the people of all communities stay together here, ”said Mamata Banerjee. Bhabanipur constituency remains Mamata’s stronghold. However, due to the large number of non-Bengali people in the area, the BJP is trying to woo them in the by-elections. So even Mamata has now started holding meetings to divert them. Mamata has been repeatedly criticized by the BJP for discriminating between Bengalis and non-Bengalis. However, as Mamata Banerjee puts forward the idea of unity and diversity in Bhabanipur, it is expected to change her image and benefit her in the elections.
By-polls will be held in Bhawanipur on September 30. The counting of votes will take place on October 3. By-elections will also be held on September 30 in Samserganj, Jangipur and Pipli in West Bengal. Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee is contesting from Bhabanipur and the BJP has fielded Priyanka Chopra against her.