The final and the last phases of West Bengal State Assembly Elections start tomorrow. Kolkata is being considered as a crucial place because earlier experts had said that there could be high chances of lack of influence of Mamata Banerjee on the people of the urban and sub urban areas whereas the rural areas may still continue to be under the influence. So the last three phases of fight are considered to be the most crucial one where anything could happen.
The issues that are rising are mainly the three ones which include the Saradha Scam, the Narada Sting Operation and the flyover collapse. The three issues are hanging like swords on the Trinamool Congress Chief’s head like sword. One more issue that has added to the cake like a cherry is nothing but the attack on the Akranto Amra’s meeting at Kamarhati. Madan Mitra was already a controversial name for the elections due to the fact that he is contesting elections from jail. Moreover, this attack has added to the list of allegations against him.
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From Kolkata, elections of seven constituencies will be held tomorrow which areChowrangee, Entally, Beleghata, Jorasanko, Shyampukur, Maniktala, Kashipur-Belgachhia. Out of these constituencies the most sensitive one is believed to be Shyampukur and Belgachia. Over 1.37 crore electorate will seal the fate of 418 candidates, including 34 female, who are in the fray during third phase of elections for 62 seats spread over Murshidabad, Nadia, Burdwan districts and north Kolkata.
Based on complaints received from the electorate, 6,095 voters have been identified as vulnerable after which action has been taken by 4,094 trouble mongers. Security forces have been strengthened with around one lakh security personnel, including 75,000 central forces, spread all over the state because violence has been prevailing all over the polling booths of Bengal since the first day.
So people of the constituencies where the elections are supposed to be held tomorrow are ready to join the line and cease the fate of the candidates tomorrow irrespective of the weather. Despite thescorchy heat of the Sun, by taking a look at the scenario of Bengal, experts say that people might go out to vote. However the main obstruction is not expected to be the weather but the goons.