West Bengal Assembly Polls: PM Modi and CM Mamata Banerjee urges voters to vote in record number Sangbad Pratidin

News Daily Digital Desk: Prime Minister Narendra Modi pays special attention to women and youth in the state polls. And like the three-point vote, the Prime Minister has called for a record number of votes in this round as well. However, this time the exception is, in this section, he mentioned the youth and women separately. Which is quite significant. Similarly, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has also requested mothers, brothers and sisters to cast their votes at a record rate. Home Minister Amit Shah’s tweet again smells of pure politics. He said, remove the politics of flattery and vote for development.

On the morning of the fourth round of voting, the Prime Minister tweeted, “The fourth round of voting has started in West Bengal. I urge today’s voters to vote in record numbers. I am also requesting a large number of young and female voters to cast their votes. ” Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has also called for a record turnout. His tweet, “I will appeal to all mothers, brothers and sisters in Bengal, all of them to exercise their democratic rights in large numbers today.” Significantly, both Modi and Mamata have given extra importance to women and young voters in this episode. Because of this, the predominance of women and youth among the voters in this episode is noticeable.

[আরও পড়ুন: চুঁচুড়ায় ‘ছাপ্পা’ রুখতে গিয়ে আক্রান্ত লকেট, বিজেপি প্রার্থীর গাড়ি ভাঙচুর]

Modi-Mamata are apolitical but Home Minister Amit Shah’s tweet again smells of pure politics. He clearly says, “Your vote against flattery and corruption can ensure the development and progress of Bengal. So my request to everyone, vote in large numbers. Especially first-time voters. ”

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