Assembly Election 2021 LIVE Updates: Mamata supported anti-CAA protesters for vote bank, says Yogi Aditynath in Hooghly

Source: Firstpost | Title: Assembly Election 2021 LIVE Updates: Mamata supported anti-CAA protesters for vote bank, says Yogi Aditynath in Hooghly

Apr 08, 2021 – 13:08 (IST)

West Bengal Assembly Election 2021 LATEST Updates

Mamata supported anti-CAA protesters for vote bank: Aditynath

While addressing a campaign in Hooghly, Yogi Aditynath on Thursday alleged that Mamata Banerjee supported those who instigated violence during CAA protests.

“During CAA protests, TMC people were supporting those who were instigating violence. In UP, we put up hoardings of rioters and confiscated their properties. Mamata Didi can’t do this as she sees them as TMC vote bank,” said Aditynath.

Apr 08, 2021 – 13:01 (IST)

West Bengal Assembly Election 2021 LATEST Updates

JP Nadda begins roadshow in Alipurduar

Apr 08, 2021 – 12:34 (IST)

West Bengal Assembly Election 2021 LATEST Updates

Yogi Adityanath to campaign in Hooghly

Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Aditynath will address a public meeting in Champadani in Hooghly district of Bengal. The fourth phase of the Assembly election will be held on 10 April.

Apr 08, 2021 – 12:09 (IST)

West Bengal Assembly Election 2021 LATEST Updates

Phase four on 10 April to cover 44 seats

As per the election commission’s announcement, the fourth phase of voting for the West Bengal Assembly elections 2021 is scheduled on Saturday (10 April). West Bengal is witnessing intense political fight between BJP, TMC and other parties ahead of the fourth phase of Assembly elections, in which 44 constituencies will go to polls.

In this phase five districts of Hooghly, Howrah, South 24 Pargana, Coochbehar and Alipurduar will go for polling.

Apr 08, 2021 – 11:09 (IST)

West Bengal Assembly Election 2021 LATEST Updates

Bengal only poll-bound state to report violence: Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury

Senior Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury on Wednesday said that of the four states and one union territory where Assembly elections were held, incidents of violence were reported only from West Bengal and the BJP and the TMC are responsible for it.

Chowdhury, the West Bengal Congress president, however, told reporters that such incidents were fewer in West Bengal this time in the concluded three phases, thanks to the efforts of the Election Commission (EC).

“Apart from West Bengal, three other states and one Union Territory are going through the polling process but one can hear incidents like attempt to capture booths, bloodshed and attacks only from our state,” he said.

Apr 08, 2021 – 11:06 (IST)

West Bengal Assembly Election 2021 LATEST Updates

JP Nadda to hold three roadshows

BJP president JP Nadda on Thursday will be holding three road shows in West Bengal. He will be holding two rallies in Alipurduar at 12.15 pm and 1.30 pm and is scheduled to address another in Mekliaganj at 3.15 pm.

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