Before leading a colourful roadshow from Bhangabera, Banerjee told a public meeting in Sonachura that police personnel from Madhya Pradesh have been deployed to “terrorise” voters in villages and tilt the balance in favour of the BJP.
NANDIGRAM: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday urged the voters in Nandigram, from where she is contesting the crucial assembly election, to maintain their cool and cast their votes to her party Trinamool Congress on the day of the polling.
“During the election, cast your votes peacefully. Keep in mind, ‘cool cool Trinamool, thanda thanda cool cool, vote pabe joda phool’. Keep your mind cool for 48 hours,” the West Bengal CM said in Sona Chura, Nandigram.
The Chief Minister made these remarks after holding a ‘padyatra’ in Nandigram. The West Bengal Chief Minister further alleged that police forces from BJP- ruled states have been brought in to “terrorise” voters in Nandigram assembly seat where she is locked in a keen contest with confidante-turned-adversary Suvendu Adhikari of the saffron party.
News Source:- Zee News