#Kolkata: He said from the beginning, I can go. But the body is a big plague, he did not necessarily go. Former state chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharya did not vote in Corona. It was decided not to take him to the polling station keeping in mind his physical illness. As a result, like the Lok Sabha in 2019, the former Chief Minister did not vote in this Assembly election.
Buddhadeb Bhattacharya is a voter of Baliganj Assembly. His booth at Baliganj Pathabhaban School. The last time his wife voted from this center was in 2016. The alliance’s candidate in this service center was Krishna Debnath. The former chief minister came to vote for his wife. But then his body gradually broke. On top of that, the leaders of the party did not want Buddhababu to come. This time the candidate in his center is Fuad Halim, his one-time doctor.
Although Buddhadeb Bhattacharya did not vote, his family voted in the Baliganj assembly constituency on this day. His wife and daughter came to the polling station in the afternoon. Former chief minister’s wife Meera Bhattacharya said it was not possible to vote for Buddhababu this year due to illness.
Even though he did not cast his vote, Buddhababu’s mind was on the election field throughout the entire election period. His statement was read out at the alliance’s historic brigade rally. He later gave an audio message during the campaign. The new generation of leftists erupted in excitement. The vocal tonic proved that even today the brand Buddha is the CPM’s biggest hope.
Buddhadeb Bhattacharya had to be admitted to hospital last December due to high levels of carbon dioxide in his body. The 65-year-old former chief minister was discharged after spending several days in Woodlands Hospital. Quit smoking is your favorite drug. While reading books, he stopped working on drafting new writings.