News Daily Digital Desk: Corona Abe came to Bengal and canceled her election campaign plan on Thursday. Instead, in a virtual speech, Prime Minister Narendra Modi campaigned for the candidates of the state’s 57 assembly constituencies. But the familiar mood of the public meeting is not in the virtual campaign. As a result, his speech sounded very dull. Modi was not heard to pierce the Trinamool government in the traditional manner. The speech started with two lines of the famous composition of the world poet Ravi Tagore and the soil of my country. Despite repeatedly mentioning his promise in a 30-minute speech, Modi did not attack Mamata Banerjee in this tied lobby. The BJP is desperate to win Bengal in the Ekush polls. The Prime Minister, Home Minister and top BJP leaders have been coming from Delhi to campaign for so long. This is how they campaigned before six of the six points in the state. However, due to the recent dire situation in the country, there has been some rush in the campaign. As the Prime Minister herself was busy in an emergency meeting on Kovid, she canceled her election campaign in four places in Bengal on Friday. Instead, he has made his statement through virtual. Modi has apologized to party workers, supporters and the general public for not being able to come directly at the beginning. He promised, “I could not come to you for the situation, I apologize. However, after the victory on May 2, I will touch the soil of Bengal and bow my head. ”
[আরও পড়ুন: সংক্রমণের ভয়ে এগিয়ে এল না কেউ, টানা ১৫ ঘণ্টা পড়ে রইল করোনায় মৃত ব্যক্তির দেহ!]
At the beginning of his speech, he called for political change in Bengal and said, “I have listened to the people from every corner of Bengal. Understood how eager they are for change. They are determined to make Sonar Bangla. And we are determined to fulfill this desire of the people. This election is not just for change. This election is a new hope, an election of aspirations. ” Modi then said, “Thank you to the people of Bengal for supporting the BJP in the last six-point vote.” He promised that if BJP came to power, it would give the people of Bengal the gift of Bengal free from hooliganism and corruption. The young generation will be assured of jobs and protection of women. Work on the stalled metro project will gain momentum. Although he gave a re-election speech with multiple points published in the BJP’s manifesto, not a word was heard on his face about the significant carona caution.
[আরও পড়ুন: নজরে সপ্তম দফার ৩৪ আসনের নির্বাচনী লড়াই, কী বলছে গ্রাউন্ড রিপোর্ট?]
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