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” Mamata Banerjee fears defeat; Denial of permission to campaign for OIC; The AIMIM party strongly condemned

In Kolkata for the West Bengal elections AIMIM Party leader Azaduddin Owaisi Campaign Police denied permission to do so. Looking at Owaisi Mamta Banerjee The party has condemned the intimidation.

West Bengal is scheduled to hold general elections in April and May. The Trinamool Congress is fighting for a third term in office in this election. The BJP is moving pieces to seize power for the first time.

On the other hand, the Congress-Left alliance is competing. Won 5 seats in Bihar Assembly elections AIMIM The party is also seeking to contest the West Bengal assembly elections.

As a result, heated arguments and statements between party leaders are being heard daily in West Bengal.

Trinamool Congress leader Mamta Banerjee Speaking of which, AIMIM He accused party leader Azad Owaisi of being the BJP’s B team and trying to divide votes by taking money.

Azaduddin retaliated Owaisi There was no one to buy Owaisi with money and he had said that he should regret it when many of Mamata’s party members went to the BJP side.

Azaduddin in this case Owaisi Today in the state of West Bengal Campaign Was planning to do. Arrangements were made to mobilize support by talking to people at various places in Kolkata. A petition was filed with the Kolkata Police seeking permission to hold the public meeting. But the police refused permission. Permission denied on the grounds of law and order.

West Bengal state president Samurul Hasan has condemned the move. “Looking at Owaisi,” he said Mamta Banerjee It’s because of fear, Campaign Police refuse permission to do. Thus in the election of the legislature Mamta Banerjee It is sure to fail, ”he said.


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