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Bhabanipur bypolls: Mamata Banerjee to start out campaigning from September 8

TMC Supremo and Trinamool Congress’ candidate from Bhabanipur, Mamata Banerjee is scheduled to start out her marketing campaign for Assembly by-polls from September 8, mentioned sources on Monday. The West Bengal CM is TMC’s candidate for the by-polls from the Bhabanipur meeting.

Notably, Mamata Banerjee was defeated by BJP chief Suvendu Adhikari within the Nandigram meeting constituency.

On Saturday, the Election Commission has introduced to carry by-elections to 3 meeting seats–Bhabanipur, Jangipur and Samserganj –in West Bengal on September 30. 

Bhabanipur is the standard seat of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. TMC on Sunday formally introduced that Mamata Banerjee is the celebration’s candidate for the Bhabanipur meeting. Further, TMC leaders Jakir Hossain and Amirul Islam would be the celebration’s candidates for Jangipur and Samserganj seats respectively.

Earlier on Monday, sources mentioned the Indian National Congress is unlikely to discipline a candidate towards West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee within the upcoming by-elections. The counting of votes will happen on October 3. 

Following this, the Bhabanipur meeting seat was vacated by West Bengal Agriculture Minister Sobhandeb Chattopadhyay in May, making manner for the West Bengal Chief Minister to contest from the seat.

The election on the seat is essential for Banerjee to win if she has to stay the chief minister of the state.

The Mamata Banerjee-led TMC registered a landslide victory in polls profitable 213 seats within the 294-member West Bengal meeting. Despite aggressive campaigning, the BJP misplaced the polls however emerged because the second-largest celebration with 77 seats. 

(With inputs from ANI)

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