#NewDelhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted this morning for the 7th phase of West Bengal Election 2021 as per the rules. He again appealed to the voters of Bengal to exercise their democratic rights. At the same time, he reminded about the increase of Coronavirus (2nd Wave). Therefore, he has applied for voting in accordance with the Covid-19 Rules.
Modi wrote on Twitter today, ‘Today is the seventh round of voting in West Bengal. I am appealing to the people to exercise their voting right and participate in the voting in accordance with the Covid-19 rules. The Prime Minister has tweeted with a special message to the voters at the beginning of the last six rounds of voting. Modi has encouraged women to vote, sometimes in large numbers, and sometimes in large numbers. He also appealed to new voters to vote. Even today he is no exception.
The seventh phase of the West Bengal elections takes place today. Urging people to exercise their franchise and follow all COVID-19 related protocols.
– Narendra Modi (arenarendramodi) April 26, 2021
On the other hand, Home Minister Amit Shah also tweeted in Bengali. He wrote, “I urge all voters to cast their votes in greater numbers to link the development of the state to the mainstream in the seventh phase of elections in Bengal.”
I urge all voters to cast their votes in greater numbers to link the development of the state to the mainstream in the seventh phase of elections in Bengal.
– Amit Shah (mitAmitShah) April 26, 2021
The total number of voters in this episode is 81 lakh 96 thousand 242. Of these, 42 lakh 8 thousand 547 are male voters and 39 lakh 7 thousand 473 are female voters. There are 221 third gender voters. There are 34 assembly constituencies in the seventh round of voting. In the first round of voting, 36 seats will be decided in this phase. But due to the death of the candidate, elections are not being held in Samserganj and Jangipur in this phase. Voting in 5 districts in the seventh phase. Voting has started in Malda, Murshidabad, West Burdwan, South Dinajpur and South Kolkata. A total of 26 candidates are contesting in the seventh phase. Of these, 231 are male and 36 are female candidates. The list includes many heavyweight, many star candidates.