West Bengal will hold by-elections on September 30. Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is contesting from Bhawanipur constituency and BJP has fielded Priyanka Tibrewal against her. Trinamool Congress and BJP have used all their strength to win the Bhawanipur constituency. Calling the BJP a tiger, “the tiger has blood in its mouth, so this tiger will give a tough challenge to Mamata Banerjee in Bhawanipur,” said the newly elected BJP state president. Sukanta Majumdar said.
“We have tasted victory by defeating Mamata Banerjee in Nandigram. I would like to commend our leader Suvendu Adhikari for his excellent fight in Nandigram. Now there is a by-election in Bhawanipur. This constituency is similar to other constituencies. But one thing is different here because Chief Minister Banerjee himself is contesting from this seat. We will try again to taste the same taste we tasted in Nandigram. A tiger that once tasted blood is never satisfied, ”said Majumdar. News 18 has reported in this regard.
“The real wealth of the state BJP is our workers. Atheism is currently the biggest concern in Bengal. I am ready to face the next challenges in Bengal. BJP will stand behind every worker, it will boost their morale, ”said Majumdar.
Meanwhile, by-elections 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. Also, the Election Commission has postponed the polls for 31 other seats due to the situation of Kovid-19.