Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee would start kickstart her campaign in districts from Pailan at South- 24 Parganas on March 18. Her second meeting will be held in Malda on March 19 while the third meeting is scheduled for March 20 in Murshidabad, said a senior Trinamool Congress leader.
Meanwhile, TMC’s sitting MP in Birbhum Satabdi Roy faced resistance when she visited her constituency Saturday to conduct a meeting.
The villagers gheraoed her vehicle demanding to know the reason behind her “absence” from her constituency for the last five years. Roy beat a hasty retreat from the village without holding any meeting.
The incident has been reported from Dariapur village at Sainthia area in Birbhum.
While contacted, TMC’s district president Anubrata Mondal said: “CPM had hired miscreants to gherao the vehicle of our candidate. This is a pre-planned conspiracy. They were not the villagers.”
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Meanwhile, senior leaders from CITU, including Mohammad Ishaq from Hooghly, joined the ruling party Saturday.
“We have seen that several leaders from Congress have joined our party. A very few leaders from Left parties have also joined us.
Today, senior CITU leader Mohammad Ishaq and his followers joined our party,” said TMC general secretary Mukul