Tuesday, April 2, 2019

PM In Bengal, Mamata Banerjee Tweaks Schedule To Have the Last Word

In Bengal now with just two mega rallies - the earliest at north Bengal's Siliguri, then in the early Brigade Parade Ground at the heart of Kolkata.
The BJP is expecting

The Battle is over the nation's 42 seats, where the BJP is targeting over 20. The BJP, which almost had no footprint at the country, has made inroads, using its vote share ticking steadily upward. But has the Trinamool's, together with all the CPM and Congress dropping fans.

Perhaps not You to back down from a fight, the Chief Minister has now tweaked her campaign program so that she could have the final word in the modern verbal competition.

Formally started on April 4, was brought forward by a single day. Rather, the rally will then be held on Wednesday.
The place - approximately 170 kilometers from Siliguri, stays unchanged. The timing, however, was unified to ensure Ms Banerjee can start when PM Modi completes his speech in Kolkata. Sources said the shift in her program was a strategic choice to get in the last sentence.

On paper, however, the TMC asserts it isn't about the"first word or the previous word".

"It Isn't about the very first term or continue with Mamata Banerjee, it's all about certainty," stated senior Trinamool leader Derek O'Brien. She's our celebrity campaigner by much and she's in demand," he explained.

However, the BJP

"Whether Mamata Banerjee talks prior to the Prime minister or later, it will not work... She's concerned that individuals will hear Modi and eventually become his supporters," said senior BJP leader Rahul Sinha.

"Mamata Banerjee Is Attempting to Give sanjivani for her celebration. "The PM and the CM is going to be in north Bengal, but that goes for her programme? They'll come to obey the PM," he added.

The Trinamool is speaking in terms of amounts. "Trinamool along with another Parties are 50-60 chairs before the BJP and the NDA, no matter What helium balloon has been pumped up with tens of thousands of dollars," stated Derek O'Brien.


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