#Kolkata: Leaders have taken the campaign by storm for more than a month and a half Helicopters carrying heavyweight leaders flew from one end of the state to the other. From VVIP leaders to star faces, who wasn’t on the list Finally, the campaign for the assembly elections in West Bengal is coming to an end today Because, on April 29, the eighth and last round of elections will be held in the state And according to the rules of the commission, the campaign is ending 72 hours before it
Of the five states where elections were held, West Bengal elections were the most popular in the country That interest increased several times during the campaign This is the first time that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has gone from one end of Bengal to the other in a wheelchair for 44 days. As he was a candidate in Nandigram, Shuvendu Adhikari’s fight with him caught the attention of the whole country Prime Minister Narendra Modi has held at least 20 public rallies on behalf of the BJP since the election was declared again. In the first five rounds, he has held more than one public meeting in the state on each polling day Union Home Minister Amit Shah did not go less Besides, there are other top leaders of BJP For the last month and a half, the people of Bengal have become accustomed to Mamata Banerjee’s war of words with Modi-Shah.
From Narendra Modi, Amit Shah, JP Nadda, Yogi Adityanath to Dilip Ghosh, Shuvendu Adhikari, Rajiv Banerjee – the BJP has fielded leaders from the Center and the states to sway the ruling party. The list is long enough. Mamata Banerjee and Abhishek Banerjee were responsible for responding to all the grassroots attacks. When the BJP surprised Mithun by fielding him, Jaya Bachchan flew in from Mumbai to respond on behalf of the ruling party. Despite being silent, the party’s star MP Deb has appeared in one public meeting after another on behalf of the Trinamool Congress.
However, despite the fact that the grassroots BJP front-line leaders stormed the campaign, the usual mystery about the Congress remained. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has come to the state for only one public meeting in the entire election phase. Despite hopes, Priyanka Gandhi did not come to the state And when Rahul Gandhi gave time for this state, within a few days he had to stop the propaganda by pushing Corona. Meenakshi Mukherjee, the CPM candidate from Nandigram, has snatched the light of campaigning in this election as a spokesperson even though she is not a star face. Not only Mamata Banerjee, Shuvendu Adhikari but also heavyweights are fighting hard, Meenakshi’s strong statement has seen many politically conscious people see the possibility of the future.
One public meeting after another of Mamata Banerjee in a wheelchair, the road show is one of the most talked about issues in the state in this year’s elections. This time around, the 24-hour ban was imposed on the Trinamool leader in the wake of Benazir’s election commission. On the other hand, the Trinamool has approached the commission accusing Narendra Modi and Amit Shah of violating the rules more than once. ‘Didi and Didi’ sarcasm in the face of the Prime Minister, or ‘external’ attack on the face of the Chief Minister – some selected quotes in the last one and a half months, the whole of Bengal became familiar with the phrase. However, in terms of popularity, everything may have been overshadowed by the slogan ‘Khela Chahe’ The Trinamool, the BJP, the Left, the Congress – the slogan of the game to pierce each other – became everyone’s tool.
But not just hot speeches from public meetings, or dazzling road shows, the significant use of technology has now seen Bengal’s election campaign. Short animation videos have been seen in grassroots campaigns, while the BJP has used the counter-tool to go to the PC to the song imitating Bella Chao. While it is difficult to predict what will happen at the ballot box, the Left has undoubtedly outperformed the opposition in terms of technology and intelligence. Whether it is the parody song of ‘Tumpa’, ‘Lungi Dance’ or the use of punch lines in popular advertisements by the BJP, the young brigade of the Left has shocked the grassroots. Left’s riot car 7 has appeared in different centers again To everyone’s surprise, CPM state secretary Suryakant Mishra himself shared parody songs like ‘Tumpa Brigade Chal’ on social media.
However, the storm of corona has suddenly pulled the reins in this storm of propaganda However, there are allegations that the state of infection has deteriorated so much today due to non-compliance with the Corona rules in the campaign. Six of the three candidates in the state have died of corona infection Corona has been attacked by at least a dozen other candidates All in all, one of Benazir’s campaign episodes witnessed Vote Bangla 8 This time the wait is 2 May-7