Shah Claims Winning 63 to 68 Seats in First Phase of Assembly Elections

The Union Home Minister Amit Shah says we (Bhartiya Janta Party) are confident of winning 63 to 68 out of 91 seats in the three phases of elections. The first three assembly elections were held on March 27, April 1 and April 6 in West Bengal.

Source: India TV

While speaking at Domjur in Howrah district, the Union Home Minister said, “West Bengal assembly election polling completed successfully and we are confident to win between 63 to 68 seats. He also said that more than 200 seats will BJP win in the state.”

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Amit Shah attends a campaign for TMC turncoat in Howrah and roadshows claimed that BJP had reserved the winning seats in the Domjur Assembly elections. He also said that the TMC’s misrule in the state had fed up with the people.

On 22nd January 2021, Rajib Banerjee left the TMC and claimed that he wanted to quit the party in 2018 when TMC remove him from the State Irrigation Department without any consultation. After this, Rajib Banerjee joined hands with BJP in New Delhi.

Source: deccanherald

Before the start of the next phases, both BJP and TMC are playing mind games and trying to create a perception among the voters about their winning prospects. However, during the roadshows, Shah also appealed to the West Bengal voters to bless with a majority and make this election unforgettable for Mamata Banerjee.

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On Wednesday, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said that her party is on the top and the BJP is nowhere after the first three phases of elections. She also claimed that TMC has secured the highest seat this election.

The senior TMC leader Firhad Hakim also said that “In the first two phases we will get a minimum of 48 seats out of 60 and 22 seats out of 31 in the final phase.”

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