Bihar & West Bengal Preparing for the Last Final Phase of India Election

Bihar Last Phase Election

Apart from Narendra Modi’s request, BJP finds storing over the caste system with the final 6 pcs set for Lok Sabha seats in Bihar on 12.5.2014 falling Monday. Earlier it had won 2 out of 6 constituencies in 2009 associating with Janata Dal-United JD-U. On Monday BJP is facing Rashtriya Janata Dal RJD of Lalu Prasad and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s JD-U who are in their 2nd and 3rd rank. This time BJP and JD-U breaking their 17-year old alliance are participating the polling without each other’s influence. About ninety candidates that comprises 5 women in the electoral fray across 8582 polling stations to accomodate over 90 lakhs eligible voters.

West Bengal Final Phase Polling

May 12 is the last date of indian parliamentary election that has west bengal also getting into final phase of election.
Mamata Banerjee is to monitor the capital city kolkata of West Bengal voting in the last phase of polling that had always support for her party Trinamool Congress TMC.
Kolkata started her party when she defeated CPI(M) Somnath Chatterjee thus turning into queen of South Kolkata staying still in MP position since 1991.
Once on resignation in 2011 to crown as chief minister, at the byelections, the TMC representative from South Kolkata Subrata Bakshi took by a even bigger majority than Mamata in 2009 election.
The South Kolkata includes Kasba, Rashbehari, Behala, Bhowanipore, Bullygunj and Kolkata Port finds winner in Bakshi.
Whereas the Kolkata Uttar / North Kolkata constituency is including Chowranghee, Jorasanko, Shyampukur, Entally, Beleghata, Maniktala and Kashipur Belgachia.

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