Who Will Win Bengal Election 2021?
The West Bengal election to take place in 2021 but the confirmed dates are not yet announced. The saffron party aims to breach the previously unchallenged supremacy of the Trinamool Congress in the eastern state of West Bengal after decisive victories in the recently concluded Bihar Assembly elections and 11 state by-polls in favour of the NDA (BJP+ allies).
West Bengal Election Opinion Poll 2021
One of the big success for the BJP will be the West Bengal Elections 2021. After independence, the BJP, which owes some of its origins to Bengal, has never been in force in Bengal. However, centrally, a powerful BJP brand, a rapidly rising worker base on the ground are all helping BJP to mount a huge challenge against Mamata Banerjee.
Bengal Election Opinion Poll 2021
Mamata Banerjee ratings – 48% as of end of October according to the survey
Issues of voters in North-24 Parganas District
Unemployment, Corruption, Development, and Governance
West Bengal Election Date 2021
The upcoming West Bengal Election 2021 is the most awaiting factor for the parties and for the people. The West Bengal Election 2021 is not yet announced officially but likely to held in April-May 20201.
Who Will Win Upcoming West Bengal Polls?
The upcoming West Bengal Election which is likely to be held in 2021. Lets check out the statics of the upcoming Bengal Election 2021.
Federal Front – The decisive mandate was secured by the India Trinamool Congress (TMC), first in the 2011 Assembly polls and again in 2016. The former Minister of Railways (twice), Mamata Banerjee, who began her career in the 1970s as a member of the Congress Party, founded her TMC party in 1998. It was the Nandigram agitation that helped cement her reputation as the leader of the people.
Mahajot – The Indian National Congress struck an alliance with the Communist Party of India (Marxist), which once dominated the state, the Communist Party of India, the Revolutionary Socialist Party and the All India Forward Bloc. In West Bengal, the Left Plus Congress tie-up tends to be the sticking together of low-prospect representatives.
Bharatiya Janata Party – For a while now, the BJP has been trying to clamp down on the West Bengal elections. Once considered the No. 2 TMC, more than two years ago, Mukul Roy was welcomed into the BJP. Last month, in September 2020, he was named national vice president of the BJP. In the reconstituted BJP Central Committee, another BJP leader who came from Trinamul – Anupam Hazra – was made the national secretary.
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