Mamata Banerjee: BJP can get 25-30 seats in the first three phases, claims Mamata
#Kolkata: In a campaign in the state on Wednesday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah claimed that the BJP (TMC) would win 63 to 7 of the 91 seats in the first three rounds. Trinamool (TMC) leaders, including Mamata Banerjee, have been dismissing such demands of BJP leaders for so long. However, on the same day, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee herself said that the BJP could win 25 to 30 seats in the first three rounds of voting.
The Trinamool leader made this remark at a meeting in Jadavpur on the same day Speaking at a meeting in Jadavpur, the chief minister said, “Even today, he has said that he can get 6 to 70 seats in the first three rounds. He says to confuse these people Even if we take it very seriously, they will get good results in the first three rounds, if it is too much, they will get 25 to 30 seats! Because they have some power in some places where there was a vote in the beginning. ‘ In the first two rounds, 7 votes were cast in the districts of Jangalmahal Where the BJP had unilateral results in the Lok Sabha elections The BJP leadership is also hopeful that the change in Shuvendu and Shishir in East Midnapore will change the situation in the district as well. However, the Trinamool leadership has repeatedly claimed that the results of the Lok Sabha elections will not match the results of the Assembly Trinamool 7 will also turn around in Jangalmahal this time
Mamata Banerjee, however, claimed that Amit Shah was claiming that the BJP would get a majority of seats in the next round so that people would be confused and vote for the BJP. The Trinamool leader said BJP leaders, including Amit Shah, had earlier made similar demands during assembly elections in states like Chhattisgarh and Delhi. But in all those states, the BJP’s results are bad enough
Mamata Banerjee also complained from a meeting in Jadavpur on the same day that the BJP had also mobilized the miscreants of Vinh State in Kolkata to loot votes. Trinamool leader complained that there was no hotel vacant in Kolkata