Non-Bengali votes are a big factor for Bhabnipur and Mamata Banerjee He himself met the non-Bengali community separately. Today TMC leader Abhishek Banerjee started his campaign with a small meeting with non-Bengali voters.
Abhishek projected the Battle of Bhawanipur as the Battle of India. He said: “B for Bhabnipur, B for Bharat, if Bhabnipur wins then Bharat will also win, and this is not possible without your love and support.”
TMC has been trying to present the battle of Bhabnipur as a national battle since day one, so Abhishek linked the battle of Bhabnipur to India. He said, ‘Vote in Bhabnipur is not an ordinary vote, the whole country is looking towards Mamata Banerjee. People are coming to us from everywhere from UP to Haryana. They are saying that only Mamata Banerjee can bring change in Delhi. This is not possible without the support of your love.”
Two days ago, senior party MP Sudip Banerjee had also said that Mamta is an alternate face today.
It is Mamata who will bring change at the Centre, which is the point where the TMC team is pushing.
From the hike in petrol-diesel prices to the lockdown business effect, Abhishek touched upon every point in a small internal meeting.
Just before this meeting, former Union Minister Babul Supriyo joined the TMC, Abhishek also mentioned that and said that the coming month will see a lot more of such suddenness.
“The fight of 2024 will be BJP vs India, let them try to intimidate me with CBI and ED, we are not afraid,” he said.