- The video exhibits the Bengal chief minister clad in a white saree, holding a plastic sieve and serving the recent tea from a saucepan.
PUBLISHED ON MAR 09, 2021 11:27 PM IST
West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday took over a tea stall in Nandigram and ready tea for the folks of the constituency from the place she’s going to battle the upcoming polls. In a video shared by information company ANI, the chief minister was seen serving tea in cups on the tea stall surrounded by folks current within the tea stall in addition to Trinamool Congress (TMC) employees.
The video exhibits the Bengal chief minister clad in a white saree, holding a plastic sieve and serving the recent tea from a saucepan. Tea stalls are integral to the folks of Bengal as these are sometimes seen as locations for social gatherings amongst Bengalis to debate all kinds of matters ranging from politics to sports activities to cinema.
This detour from her busy campaigning schedule will be seen as a method to attach with the voters in Nandigram which has grow to be a significant constituency within the upcoming Bengal elections. Mamata Banerjee stays agency that Nandigram will stay with the TMC. Her get together employees earlier this month had been already on the lookout for a home from the place the TMC supremo can be staying and planning the marketing campaign technique, in keeping with an HT report.
Nandigram, which was essential to Trinamool’s rise to political prominence each regionally and nationally, has come to the fore as soon as once more as TMC insurgent and BJP chief Suvendu Adhikari declared he would battle and win the polls from this constituency within the upcoming elections.
The marketing campaign for the Bengal elections has taken the centrestage in comparison with the opposite states which can be going to the polls across the identical time. BJP’s campaigns included a number of visits from Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union residence minister Amit Shah and BJP chief JP Nadda.
Bengal will head into elections on March 27. The elections shall be held over eight rounds spanning 33 days. The elections for 294-seats shall be held on the next dates – March 27, April 1, April 6, April 10, April 17, April 22, April 26 and April 29. The votes shall be counted on Could 2.
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