Mamata Banerjee Takes Oath As Bengal Chief Minister For 3rd Time The oath taking ceremony started after Governor Jagdeep Dhankar entered the hall at 10.44 a.m. and his entry was followed by the national anthem. The ceremony started at 10.45 a.m. and lasted for seven minutes where Mamata Banerjee took her oath in Bengali.
Sovan Chatterjee, who was once a trusted lieutenant of the Trinamool Congress supremo, mocked her and the party’s leadership for appointing poll strategist Prashant Kishor to revive its prospects in the next assembly polls. Kolkata: Sovan Chatterjee, the TMC leader who joined BJP recently, said on Tuesday that he is ready to contest against West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in the 2021 assembly polls if the saffron party wanted it. Chatterjee, who was once a trusted lieutenant of the Trinamool Congress supremo, mocked her and the party’s leadership forRead More
TMC Red-faced as Callers Flood Mamata’s ‘Didi ke Bolo’ Helpline to Complain About Cut Money, Extortion in Bengal
During the mass outreach programme too, the party leaders are being forced to bite the tongue while answering queries on cut money and alleged arrogance of local TMC leaders, a party functionary said. Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s Didi Ke Bolo campaign is helping the TMC reach out to people in distress, but at the same time forcing party leaders to handle uncomfortable questions about cut money, arrogance of local leaders and syndicates. As advised by poll strategist Prashant Kishor and his organisation, appointed by the Trinamool Congress (TMC)Read More
All pre-survey overviews recommend that the National Democratic Alliance is ahead, however, the inquiry is will the BJP deal with a dominant part all alone. To dissect the decisions, OneIndia got up to speed with the main political researcher, Dr. Sandeep Shastri. Will the BJP profit by the absence of union science in Old Mysore area? Our pre-survey overview that was distributed seven days back recommends that the NDA has its nose ahead in the race, while the BJP does not cross the midway imprint. I would contend by theRead More
Issuing a war cry and demand of change in the government at the Centre (Delhi mein sarkar badal do). Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee Saturday asserted in the rally and said that the “expiry date” of the Modi government is over and a united opposition will win the coming general elections. Addressing an opposition rally at Brigade Parade Grounds here called by her, she also promised to work together along with other opposition parties. Who will be the prime minister will be decided after the polls, TMC Chief said. ClaimingRead More