Bhawanipur By-Poll: Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri campaigned in favor of Priyanka Tibrewal, Sukant Majumdar had an argument with the police
BJP is putting its full force in the campaign for the West Bengal Assembly By-Election. Union minister on Wednesday Hardeep Singh Puri ( Hardeep Singh Puri ) BJP candidate Priyanka Tibrewal ( BJP Candidate Priyanka Tibrewal began campaigning on behalf of). In the morning he first went to Bhabnipur Gurdwara and sought votes in support of Priyantka Tibrewal. On the other hand, after taking over the post of Bengal BJP President, Sukanta Majumdar came to campaign in support of Priyanka Tibrewal, but accused him of obstructing the campaign and had an argument with the police about it.
BJP's new state president Sukant Majumdar entered the fray in support of Priyanka Tibrewal from Mamata Banerjee's average. The police had blocked the entrance at Harish Chatterjee Street, the neighborhood of the Chief Minister. He had an argument with the police about this.
Union Minister campaigns for BJP candidate in Bhawanipur
On the other hand, the Union Minister is campaigning in different areas in Bhawanipur. He will go to Shyamaprasad Mukherjee and Netaji Bhavan. He is scheduled to have lunch at a party worker's house on Alipore Park Road. During the campaign, Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said, "Everyone knows how Trinamool won. Priyanka Tibrewal will definitely get victory in this election." Let us inform that there is a by-election in Bhawanipur on 30 September and BJP has fielded Priyanka Tibrewal against Trinamool Congress candidate and state CM Mamta Banerjee.
40 percent non-Bengali voters in Bhawanipur
Let us tell you that there are Hindi speaking voters of Bhawanipur. About 40 percent of the voters are Gujarati. There are Marwaris, Sikhs and people living in Bihar. Apart from this, about 20 percent are Muslims and the rest 40 percent are Bengalis. All parties are trying to win the hearts of Hindi speakers. In the 2021 elections, state Agriculture Minister Shobhandeb Chattopadhyay won the Bhawanipur seat by a margin of 29,000 votes, but was left behind in wards 70 and 74. Mainly Hindi speaking people live in those wards. Traditionally, the BJP gets the vote of a large section of Hindi speaking people.