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Ballygunge By-poll: Tmc’s Babul Supriyo Confident Of Winning Election


Babul Supriyo ,TMC candidate from the Ballygunge Meeting seat in West Bengal has exuded confidence and mentioned that Trinamool Congress will win the by-elections within the state. He mentioned that the individuals are with the Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee

“I am assured. The 41 per cent voters turnout right here rubbished the opposition’s pointless declare of false voting. Had that been the case, would turnout have been this big? West Bengal is with Didi and TMC”, mentioned Babul Supriyo.

The by-polls had been necessitated after former Union Minister Babul Supriyo resigned because the Lok Sabha MP of Asansol after resigning from the Bharatiya Janata Celebration (BJP). He later joined the Trinamool Congress (TMC). The Ballygunge Meeting seat by-poll was necessitated after the demise of state Minister Subrata Mukherjee.

Talking on the Asansol Lok Sabha by-poll, Supriyo mentioned, “Asansol has given me a lot love and I’ll at all times respect it. Shatrughan Sinha’s victory can also be sure. Earlier than reaching the ultimate section of the outcome each second is fascinating and let’s benefit from the journey.”

The counting of votes, which started at 8 am, for the Asansol Lok Sabha seat and Ballygunge Meeting seat bypolls is underway in West Bengal on Saturday.

Voting for the bypolls was held on April 12. Trinamool Congress has fielded former Union Minister Shatrughan Sinha whereas the Bharatiya Janata Celebration (BJP) nominated Agnimitra Paul from the Asansol constituency for the bypoll.

For the Ballygunge Meeting by-poll, the BJP has fielded Keya Ghosh whereas Saira Shah Halim is the CPI(M) candidate. Former Union minister Babul Supriyo can also be within the fray from the TMC.

The bypoll for the Asansol Lok Sabha seat was necessitated after Supriyo resigned from the decrease Home after quitting the BJP. He later joined the TMC. The Ballygunge Meeting seat bypoll was necessitated after the demise of state Minister Subrata Mukherjee.

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