TMC loosing seats in Bengal in its Internal survey

Kolkatta, 4/1 (AO Bureau): Even before the West Bengal assembly elections, the ruling TMC and the BJP, which are trying to establish their place in the state, are claiming victory. Amidst these claims, the Trinamool Congress has now tried to find the pulse of the people of Bengal. According to TMC leader and Rajya Sabha MP Shantanu Sen, in the internal survey of TMC, it has come out that the party can win nearly 190 seats. It is worth mentioning that in the 2016 assembly elections, TMC won 211 seats.

An internal survey of TMC is telling that BJP can get 98 seats in the state. According to this survey, this time CM Mamata Banerjee’s party may get a little more than 51 percent of the vote. Senior TMC leader and fire minister Sujit Bose claimed that his party would win around 200 seats in this time’s election.

TMC leader Shantanu Sen claims that the TMC’s vote in this time’s elections in Darjeeling, Birbhum, Malda, Murshidabad, Cooch Behar, Paschim Bardhaman, Nadia, and Kolkata districts may increase. Although the BJP is not taking this survey seriously. Shantanu Sen claims that people in different districts of Bengal are happy with the work of the government.

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