CM Mamta Banerjee will undertake a march in North Bengal on 7 March against the rising gas prices.
Bengal Election 2021: Amid the assembly elections in Bengal, Mamata Banerjee’s party has announced to open a front against the central government over rising prices. On March 7, Mamta’s march will be in North Bengal.
According to the media report, CM Mamata Banerjee will participate in the march to North Bengal on March 7 against the rising gas prices in Bengal. During this, the Mamata government will surround the BJP on the issue of rising gas prices. Not only gas, public is also worried about rising oil prices. In the midst of the elections, TMC is continuously conducting door to door campaigns and informing the people about the policies of the Center.
Assembly elections in Bengal are starting from 27 March and the results will be announced on 2 May 2021. The elections to 294 assembly seats are to be held in Bengal. The first phase in Bengal will start this time from 27 March 2021. Which will be in 8 stages.
West Bengal elections 2021 voting in 8 phases
First Phase: 27 March
Phase 2: April 1
Third phase: 6 April
Fourth stage: 10 April
Fifth stage: 17 April
Sixth stage: April 22
Seventh stage: 26 April
Eighth Stage: April 29
For information, let us know that during the West Bengal election results 2019, TMC won with 22 seats, while BJP and Congress-Left alliance got 18 seats, 18 seats.