The bugle in the West Bengal Polls 2021 assembly election is over. The Election Commission (EC) has also announced the dates on Friday. It is different that the electoral atmosphere in the state has been created for the last several months, but the stirring in the political corridors has increased after a tweet by Prashant Kishore (Prashant), in which he has predicted about the West Bengal election (Bengal Election 2021). . Prashant Kishore i.e. PK also said that on May 2, the day of the election results will come. Remember my old tweet that day too.
In fact, Prashant Kishore tweeted on Saturday, in which he wrote, “The important fight for democracy in India will be fought in West Bengal.” He further wrote, “The people of Bengal are ready with their message and are determined to choose the right leader. Bengal only wants her daughter.” In this tweet, PK wrote that on May 2, I will definitely see my previous tweet.
One of the key battles FOR DEMOCRACY in India will be fought in West Bengal, and the people of Bengal are ready with their MESSAGE and determined to show the RIGHT CARD – #BanglaNijerMeyekeiChay
(Bengal Only Wants its Own Daughter)
PS: On 2nd May, hold me to my last tweet. pic.twitter.com/vruk6jVP0X
– Prashant Kishor (@PrashantKishor) February 27, 2021
In this tweet, Prashant Kishon has directly predicted that Mamata Banerjee’s government is going to be formed in Bengal once again. To what extent his claim will prove to be true, it will be known only on the result of the result on May 2, but before that, let us now also tell you about that tweet of PK, which he has seen on May 2. Have asked for
It happened that Prashant Kishore tweeted a tweet on 21 December 2020 and said, “A section of the media is trying to create an atmosphere in support of the BJP. This clearly shows that the BJP is struggling for double figures.” At the end of this tweet, he wrote, “PS: Please save this tweet and if the BJP performs better in Bengal, I will leave Twitter.” In its today’s tweet, PK has mentioned this old tweet.
West Bengal elections will be held in eight stages
The Election Commission said on Friday that this time West Bengal will have voting in eight phases, in which 27 March for the first phase, 1 April for the second phase, 6 April for the third phase, 10 April for the fourth phase, the fifth phase. Voting will be held on April 17, April 22 for the sixth phase, April 26 for the seventh phase and April 29 for the eighth phase.
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