West Bengal Election 2021: 76 TMC leaders meet Mukul Roy, angry over not getting tickets, can join BJP
In West Bengal (West Bengal Election 2021), the list of 291 TMC candidates (TMC Candidate list) was announced by CM Mamta Banerjee on Friday. Now the news is coming that 76 TMC leaders, who are hoping for a ticket, have met BJP leader Mukul Roy. According to the news, these leaders have expressed their desire to meet Mukul Roy and join the BJP. If this happens, it will prove to be a big setback for TMC just before the election.
If sources are to be believed, many former MLAs may also join them. It may include 28 MLAs whose tickets have been cut this time. According to the information, people like sitting MLA Dinesh Bajaj and Geeta Bakshi were also included in this team, who have met Mukul Roy. The situation has not yet been clarified about what Mukul Roy has given to him.
Mamta in the ground from Nandigram
Mamta Banerjee herself is going to contest from Nandigram. During the declaration of the candidate, Mata Banerjee said that TMC will not field its candidates in three seats of North Bengal. There are 50 women and 42 Muslim candidates in the TMC list. Its 79 Dalit candidates have also been given a chance. Mamta Banerjee made it clear that she will not contest from Bhawanipur. He has declared Shobhandev Chatterjee as his candidate from his traditional seat Bhawanipur. Along with the announcement of candidates on seats, Mamta Banerjee also announced 'Khela Hobe'.
Three seats to allies
Mamta Banerjee told that the party has decided to give three seats to allies in Darjeeling. Apart from this, it has been decided not to field people above 80 years of age in the elections. He told that TMC has not given tickets to 28 sitting MLAs this time. Let me tell you that Mamta Banerjee will file nomination nomination from Nandigram on March 10 and will participate in election programs there on the 11th. It is believed that Mamta Banerjee considers Friday to be extremely lucky. She has announced TMC candidates on the same day in 2011 and 2016 as well.