Trinamool Congress (TMC) MP and BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari’s father ahead of West Bengal Assembly elections Owned by CC Union Home Minister Amit Shah is going to attend an election rally in Agra on Sunday.
Divyendu Adhikari, brother of Suvendu will also be present.
Sisir had earlier said that if his son Suvendu Adhikari asked him to do so, he would join Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s rally in Kanthi on March 20.
“I will support my son. If they ask me to go to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s public meeting, I will definitely go,” said Sisi Adhikari. Years.
Suvendu, a minister in the TMC government, joined the BJP in December last year. The BJP has fielded Suvendu Adhikari from Nandigram against West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and the seat is facing the most high-profile contest in the West Bengal elections.
Suvendu Adhikari had earlier said that the BJP would defeat Banerjee by 50,000 votes from Nandigram.
He won the seat in the 2016 Assembly elections and Banerjee won from Bhabanipur Assembly constituency in Kolkata.
The leader submitted his nomination from this seat on March 12.
“My relationship with the people of Nandigram is very old. Mamata Banerjee remembers their vote every five years. Suvendu Said.
West Bengal may now face a triangular battle with the TMC, the Congress-Left Alliance and the BJP.
Elections will be held in Nandigram on April 1.
The state will hold eight-phase assembly elections from March 27-27. The term of the 116th assembly in West West Bengal ends on May 30 this year. A total of 7,34,07,832 voters will elect their representatives in the 17th Assembly of West Bengal.