Bengal Elections 2021: TMC workers allegedly blocks convoy of BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari in Nandigram

BJP’s candidate from Nandigram, Suvendu Adhikari’s convoy was allegedly blocked by TMC workers in Asadtala area.

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On Monday, March 29, in a video shared by news agency ANI, convoy of the Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) leader and candidate from Nandigram constituency, Suvendu Adhikari is seen being allegedly blocked by All India Trinamool Congress (TMC) workers in the Asadtala area of Nandigram.

BJP candidate Suvendu Adhikari responded back to this incident by saying, “This was done by some people of a particular community. This will not make any difference. Here the Police is still thinking that Mamata Banerjee is politically alive & that Election Commission is sitting silently in Delhi.” as quoted by ANI.

Earlier today, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee commented on Suvendu Adhikari and said that he will be left standing nowhere. Mamata said, “Too much greed is not good, they (Adhikaris) will be ‘na ghar ka ghat ka’.”

Now, Suvendu also responded back to Mamata’s statement and said, “I will not respond to her. She uses filthy language. Mamata Banerjee’s statements won’t make any impact here. She’ll get a befitting reply. She’ll make history when she runs away after losing. I would suggest her to get printed letter-pads with ex-MLA written on it,” as quoted by ANI.

Polling for the first phase of West Bengal election concluded on Saturday with states recording a voter turnout of nearly 80%. The first phase of elections concluded with 191 candidates future.

Bengal legislative assembly elections for 294 seats are scheduled to be held between 27th March to 29th April 2021 in 8 phases. The results for the same will be announced on 2nd May 2021.