#Kolkata: Third round of polls in the state on April 8. As per the rules, the last day of preaching there is today, Sunday. So all the political parties will want to take the election campaign by storm today. From grass to lotus, from right to left – all parties have taken one program after another in the Sunday market. Neither side wants to leave any stone unturned to win the hearts of the voters.
Today, Trinamool supremo Mamata Banerjee will travel to three districts alone to take the campaign by storm. The leader will hold a total of five public rallies in Howrah, Hooghly and South 24 Parganas. The Chief Minister will hold meetings at Hooghly, Purshura, Howrah, Baruipur and Sonarpur. On the other hand, the Gerua camp is not lagging behind. Yogi Adityanath is in the campaign again today. He will hold a public meeting in Purshura. The Union Petroleum Minister paid obeisance at Dakshineswar this morning. BJP leader and Nandigram candidate Shuvendu Adhikari will also be seen in the third phase of the election campaign after the second phase of the election.
Mamata held a road show for three Howrah candidates in Salkia on Saturday Trinamool leader Mamata Banerjee held a road show in front of Ichapur water tank. The road show was in support of Arup Roy of Central Howrah, Gautam Chowdhury of North Howrah and Manoj Tiwari of Shibpur Assembly candidate. The enthusiasm of the party workers centered on the road show was eye-catching.
On the other hand, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath held a meeting at Kultali in South 24 Parganas on Saturday. The issue of religion has not been heard even once since the meeting of Adityanath, the most public speaker of the BJP on Hindutva. On the contrary, the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh only heard about development. Yogi appealed for the formation of a double engine government by voting in the election campaign of West Bengal on how much development has taken place in Uttar Pradesh in the last four years.
The leftists also want to cut the stain in the last campaign before the third point. Singur’s CPIM candidate Srijan Bhattacharya is in support of the grand rally. Leftists will march from the book fair ground to the edge of Daluigachha Hotel. Biman Basu, Pallab Sengupta, Arunav Sengupta, Pradeep Bhattacharya, Srilekha Mitra and others will be present. A procession in support of CPIM candidate Devdut Ghosh from Taliganj is being held this afternoon. There will be young Majumdar, Pabitra Sarkar, Sabyasachi Chakraborty, Kamleshwar Mukherjee and others. From Taliganj Tram Depot to Netajinagar Coconut Garden.