“PM Modi Predicts BJP’s Dominance in West Bengal, Calls Election ‘One-Sided’ Amid TMC Frustration”

“PM Modi Predicts BJP’s Dominance in West Bengal, Calls Election ‘One-Sided’ Amid TMC Frustration”

28 may, 2024

As the Lok Sabha election process in West Bengal reaches its climax, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has confidently forecasted the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) ascendancy in the state, characterizing the election as “one-sided” amidst what he described as frustration among Trinamool Congress (TMC) leaders.

Reflecting on the BJP’s progress in West Bengal, PM Modi highlighted the party’s growth trajectory, citing the significant increase in seats won from just three in the previous elections to 80 in the assembly polls. He emphasized that the BJP’s momentum is set to continue, with West Bengal anticipated to be the best-performing state in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

PM Modi pointed out the challenges faced by BJP workers in West Bengal, including alleged attacks and arrests, yet noted the unwavering support of the public despite such adversities.

The Prime Minister also criticized the Trinamool Congress government, particularly regarding the Calcutta High Court’s decision to cancel OBC certificates issued in West Bengal after 2010. PM Modi accused the TMC of abusing the judiciary and engaging in what he described as “vote bank politics” by allegedly misusing religion-based reservations.

With six phases of the Lok Sabha elections already concluded, the final phase is scheduled for June 1 in 57 constituencies across eight states and union territories. The election results are slated to be announced on June 4, with all eyes on West Bengal to see if PM Modi’s predictions will come to fruition amidst the political landscape’s intense dynamics.

Politics India