In the last round, Modi-Shah stood for election from Bengal, the counter-challenge of the Trinamool
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The Trinamool leadership has also sharply criticized the central government over the decision to reduce interest rates on small savings and then withdraw the debate.
# Kolkata: Narendra Modi and Amit Shah 6 Trinamool MPs Derek and Bryan raised such a challenge at the end of the Nandigram polls. At the same time, Trinamool MPs slammed the Prime Minister’s demand for the Chief Minister to step down from another seat at the Uluberia meeting, calling it a ‘cheap remark’.
Trinamool demands after the second round of voting , Mamata Banerjee has won from Nandigram BJP’s rate is fixed at 7 Derek also claimed that neither the BJP nor Amit Shah would play a psychological game. At the same time, the Trinamool MP claimed that the Trinamool has started better from the first two phases than in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said at a meeting in Uluberia on this day, Mamata Banerjee has accepted the rate After this, the Prime Minister escalated the political speculation and said, “Didi, nominations are still being submitted for the last round of voting. I hear rumors that you can submit nominations from any other constituency for the last round of voting, is it true? You went to Nandigram, people answered you The people of Bengal are made even if you go elsewhere. ‘
This demand of the Prime Minister was earlier rejected by the Trinamool leadership. We respect the position of the Prime Minister by calling this demand of the Prime Minister a dirty and cheap comment But if Narendra Modi makes such a comment, we have no respect for him Mamata Banerjee’s claim that she will contest a second seat in the middle of the election is seen by us as a cheap political ploy. April 7 is the last day for the last round of nominations If you love Bengal so much, don’t vote for Narendra Modi and Amit Shah from any seat in Bengal in the last round. We welcome you So many of your MPs are fighting.
The Trinamool leadership has also sharply criticized the central government over the decision to reduce interest on small savings and then the controversy over its withdrawal. Former Union Minister and newcomer Yashwant Sinha has claimed that the decision will be implemented again after the May 2 polls. The Trinamool has demanded the release of all documents on how such a big decision was taken by mistake. At the same time, it has been informed that the allegations made by Mamata Banerjee in Nandigram during the election period will be taken up with the Election Commission again.