On the day the Bharatiya Janata Party Central Election Committee (CEC) finalised the listing of candidates for the final 4 phases of the West Bengal meeting polls, state celebration chief Dilip Ghosh has said that he is not going to contest the upcoming election.
“My identify is not going to be there within the listing of candidates contesting polls. Being state chief, the celebration has determined that ballot campaigns within the state might be finished underneath my supervision,” Ghosh was quoted as saying by ANI.
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Ghosh is an incumbent Member of Parliament representing the Medinipur constituency in Lok Sabha.
The celebration had earlier introduced the names of candidates who will contest within the first 4 phases of the meeting polls.
On Wednesday night time, the BJP CEC held a gathering with Union Home Minister Amit Shah, celebration nationwide president Jagat Prakash Nadda, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and Union Ministers Nitin Gadkari and Rajnath Singh in attendance.
The CEC has finalised the listing of just about all of the candidates for seats going to polls within the final 4 phases, reported ANI.
After the assembly, BJP vp Mukul Roy stated: “We have mentioned the seats and will probably be introduced quickly.”
“We have finalised the names of just about all candidates for the left 4 phases however few choices are but to be taken by prime management. It might be taken quickly and the candidates’ listing is prone to be introduced quickly,” stated BJP chief Rajib Banerjee.
When requested if BJP will discipline Mukul Roy within the election, Banerjee stated: “Discussion was held over this. But the ultimate choice might be taken by the celebration.”
West Bengal Assembly elections might be held in eight phases ranging from 27 March with the ultimate spherical of voting going down on 29 April.
With inputs from businesses.