West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on March 11, Shivaratri auspicious day Announced to enter her name from Nandigram seat. Shubhendu Adhikari, who joined BJP from Trinamool from this seat, will also contest the election. It can be said that there will be a match between these two.
Minister of ruling party, Sadhan Pandey says, “she chose an auspicious day to register her name. There is nothing left in the country’s politics now. The country has to move forward and w want to work for the country. According to Sadhan Pandey, Indian politics has been a victim of bankruptcy.
In a meeting including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the BJP discussed bringing Subhendu Adhikari into the fray in Nandigram last evening. Nandigram is one of the two seats that Mamata Banerjee has promised to contest. The name of the second applicant who was in the discussion for the initial round of voting was Babul Supriyo, a BJP MP from Asansol. Sources say that Union Minister Babul Supriyo submitted his name for Bhawanipur.
The Central Election Committee (CEC) meeting at the BJP headquarters in Delhi continued till late evening. According to sources, the decision on the two candidates has been left to PM Modi, Amit Shah and BJP President JP Nadda. Suvendu Adhikari is confident of defeating Mamata Banerjee by at least 50,000 votes in Nandigram.
The day Mamta announced her her name from Nandigram seat, Shubhendu Adhikari openly challenged and said in Kolkata, “If I don’t defeat her in Nandigram by half 50,000 votes, I will quit politics.”
Nandigram was the center of a movement that inspired Mamata Banerjee to come to power in 2011. According to sources, Modi asked the Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghosh, Shubhendu Adhikari and Rajiv Banerjee, many other leaders, about the situation in Bengal. Another meeting in Bengal can be held on 9 March. Apart from this, the BJP research team is constantly analyzing the possible results. On the other hand, Mamata is eager to find out who is going to contest against her.