#Kolkata: On Wednesday, the Left released another list of candidates. The list of candidates for the first two terms was released on Friday. However, today, Chairman Biman Basu released the list of candidates of the Left, excluding the seats of the Congress and ISF. There are many surprises in today’s list of leftists. There are many young faces in the candidate list. The most important center is Nandigram.
On the day of publication of the list of candidates for the first two terms, the Nandigram seat was left vacant. At first it was speculated that the ISF would field candidates from the United Front. But today, the Left leader announced that Meenakshi Mukherjee, the state president of DYFI, is contesting from this center. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee herself is the Trinamool candidate from this heavyweight center. On the other hand, Shuvendu Adhikari is from BJP. The pressure is already on with this center. After that, the discussion on this young face from the left has also started.
There is also a scattering of young faces in the list of candidates of the Left. Oishee Ghosh, a student of Jawaharlal Nehru University, is also on the list of candidates. He is running from Jamuria. Singur also came up in political discussions again and again. Left leader Srijan Bhattacharya will contest from the center.
Another important face in the list of left candidates is Dipsita. He has been seen raising slogans in many processions and meetings of the Left. They are also viral in the net world. That Dipsita will fight from Bali this time. There is also another young face from Kharadaha Kendra. Devajyoti Das is standing on the left in this center. Pratik Ur Rahman is the candidate from Diamond Harbor.
Opposition parties have repeatedly accused the Left of not giving young people a chance. But this time the red camp is going to prove that allegation false. Burdwan is also standing from the south and another young woman – Pratha Ta. Shatarup Ghosh will fight for the left from Kasba. Sayandeep Mitra is fighting from Kamarhati center.