Bengal Elections 2021: Amit Shah holds door-to-door campaign on Mamata’s earlier seat Bhawanipur

Ahead of the third phase of Bengal assembly elections, Union Home Minister Amit Shah held a rally in Bhawanipur, Kolkata.

While the third phase of Bengal elections 2021 is going to take place tomorrow, Union Home Minister Amit Shah held a door-to-door campaign in Bhawanipur, Kolkata. “I went to Bhawanipur. Mamata Banerjee is losing her earlier seat and our candidate Rudranil Ghosh, will win with a huge mandate,” said the Union Home Minister.


Slogans of ‘Jai Shree Ram’ were raised when Shah was doing door-to-door campaigning in Bhawanipur. Rudranil Ghosh of BJP will be competing against Sobhandeb Chattopadhyay of TMC in a major battle.

Well, before that, Shah held a press conference in Kolkata, where he attacked West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. He hits back over Mamata’s remark of BJP instructing the CRPF to disturb TMC’s voters. Shah said, “Union Home Minister has no grip over the CRPF when they are indulged in election works, it is controlled by the Election Commission”.

Shah added, “TMC has a fear that they are losing their minority voters, TMC should do an analysis over the reasons behind its failure”. Shah also added that the GDP contribution of Bengal was 30% which has fallen down to 3.3% under Mamata’s regime.

The Union Home Minister has also assured the people of Bengal that employment will be procured to at least one person in each family plus women will be provided a reservation of 33% in the government jobs, if wins to power.

Well, Bengal legislative assembly election is scheduled to be held between the 27th of March and the 29th of April in eight phases. The fourth phase will be held on the 10th of April, 2021. The results for the same will be declared on the 2nd of May.