#Kolkata: The seventh round of voting has started at midnight. Bhabanipur is one of the 34 constituencies where voting is in the seventh phase (Bengal Election 7th Phase). The whole state knows that this center is the home ground of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. As always, Mamata Banerjee will vote at the Mitra Institution of this center. According to sources, he will cast his vote this time between 10 am and 10:30 am. Sources said that a ramp has already been set up at Bhabanipur Mitra Institution. Since the Chief Minister’s movements still depend on the wheelchair, he has to vote with the help of this ramp.
Every year Mamata Banerjee votes in the afternoon. He monitors the situation from home all day and keeps in touch with the top leaders of the party. Then he went to vote in the afternoon. But this time many equations have changed. On the first day of this month (April 1), the candidate Mamata Banerjee passed the fire test. So this time she is a voter, as the omnipotent leader of the grassroots, she will have her eye on 34 centers, not Bhabanipur. Maybe that’s why voting in the morning. The commission puts ramps for people with special needs in each booth. This time Mamata Banerjee will have to use that ramp.
Before announcing the voting schedule, Mamata Banerjee suddenly announced that she would stand for election in Nandigram. This announcement gave rise to a speculation. The question began to arise, will he stand in one center, or will Bhabanipur also have a home ground. In the end, it is seen that Mamata Banerjee, who fought only from Nandigram, left the battle of Bhabanipur in the hands of Shovandev Chattopadhyay, the Minister of Power. As soon as night fell, his fight was with actor Rudranil Ghosh, who had just left the grassroots and joined the BJP. Veteran Porkhawa politician Shobhandev, a long time resident of South Kolkata. There is no ink stain on the image of the good man. It remains to be seen how successful Rudranil Ghosh is in his fight with him.