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18 May 2017

Polls: Numbers indicate rejection of divisive politics

Polls: Numbers indicate rejection of divisive politicsMP | 17 May 2017 | Kolkata: The dismal performance of BJP, Congress and Left Front in the municipal elections in the plains whose results were announced on Wednesday afternoon clearly indicates that people have once again voted for development and rejected the campaign of hate which was carried out by the Opposition parties.

Of the seven Municipalities where polls were held on May 14, three were in the plains. They are Raigunj in North Dinajpur having 27 seats, Domkal in Murshidabad having 21 seats and Pujali in South 24 parganas having 16 seats.

Of the 64 seats spreading over three municipalities, Congress, BJP and Left Front have collectively bagged nine seats. Congress has got five seats, two each in Raigunj and Domkal Municipalities and one in Pujali while BJP has got three seats, two in Pujali and one in Raigunj Municipalities while the Left Front has got only one seat in Domkal Municipality.

The results have once again shown that people have rejected the Congress-Left Front alliance. In Raigunj, which was a Congress stronghold, Congress has bagged only two seats out of a total 27 seats. Congress has been virtually reduced to nothing in Murshidabad, the fiefdom of Adhir Chowdhury, president, West Bengal Pradesh Congress Committee (WBPCC). Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee had assigned Suvendu Adhikari, state Transport minister to look after Murshidabad. The zilla parishad came under Trinamool's control in 2016. In Domkal, Congress has got two seats and Left Front only one seat. Massive development work has been carried out in the area and the people voted Trinamool candidates in turn voting all round development in the Municipality.

Wednesday's results have proved that the people of Bengal do not encourage any kind of divisive politics. All BJP heavyweights ranging from Kailash Vijayvargiya, party's national secretary to Roopa Ganguly, party's MP in Rajya Sabha along with other state leaders had campaigned in the Municipalities and everywhere the leaders had spoken about Trinamool's politics of appeasing Muslims.

It was Mamata Banerjee who had started a new trend in Bengal before the 2016 Assembly poll that development would be the key word for voting the candidates.
The all round development carried out by the state government in urban, semi-urban and rural areas has paid dividend and people are not ready to buy any logic that proposes to stall development.

The Congress and Independent candidates who won in Pujali joined TMC later in the evening.

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