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After South Bengal, Mamata is looking at North Bengal, She is on a three-day visit to North Bengal from tomorrow

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The Trinamool-BJP conflict in the state before the Ekushey elections is now at its peak. No political party wants to give up an inch of land to another before the vote. Meanwhile, Trinamool supremo Mamata Banerjee has taken to the field to take the helm of the ruling party. He is holding public meetings in different districts of Bengal. A few days ago, after Bankura, then Medinipur and Bangaon, this time the Chief Minister is going to North Bengal to hold a public meeting. Needless to say, the Chief Minister is very politically significant in such a public meeting before the election.

After holding a public meeting in South Bengal, the Chief Minister is going to North Bengal on Monday the 14th. His program will continue for three days in North Bengal. He will land at Bagdogra Airport tomorrow and reach Siliguri by noon. From there, his program will continue for three days. In three days, the Chief Minister has several political rallies and party programs. According to Trinamool sources, the Chief Minister will hold a meeting with the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha tomorrow afternoon. Then on Tuesday he will hold a public meeting in Jalpaiguri town including Jalpaiguri and Alipurduar. Then on Wednesday he will reach Kochbihar. He will hold a political rally at Rasmela Maidan there.

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Trinamool leader Mamata Banerjee has already held three public rallies in South Bengal. The first was done in Bankura district. The next public meeting was in Medinipur district and 3 days ago Mamata had addressed a public meeting in Banga. Trinamool’s target is North Bengal after taking the helm in South Bengal. Mamata Banerjee went to the public meeting and at the same time mentioned the humiliation and deprivation of the Center over the state and in the same tone attacked the Bengali Gerua camp. He also spoke on the topic of peasant movement in various public meetings. He has also strongly opposed the CAA to increase Matuapriti. He has directly informed that if you want to stay in Bengal, you don’t need any paper.

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In last year’s Lok Sabha elections, Gerua Shibir had a strong base in North Bengal. The BJP held most of the seats there. The Trinamool did not do very well in the Lok Sabha elections in North Bengal. So the Trinamool Supremo no longer wants to make the same mistakes as before. So he decided to go to North Bengal and hold a public meeting. All political parties understand that North Bengal is very important in the conquest of Bengal. That is why BJP all-India president JP Nadda visited North Bengal two days ago. The public meeting that Hon’ble Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is holding after her visit to North Bengal is very significant from a political point of view.

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