10th April, 2021
The fourth phase of voting is going on in Bengal assembly elections. During this time, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has appealed to the people for a record turnout. In this phase, votes are being cast for 44 seats in five districts of Hooghly, Howrah, South 24 Parganas, Cooch Behar and Alipurduar. 373 candidates are in the fray for 9 seats in Cooch Behar, five in Alipurduar, 11 in South 24 Parganas, nine in Howrah and 10 seats in Hooghly. The 1.15 crore voters of the state will decide their political fortunes.
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- In the fourth phase of the West Bengal assembly elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi appealed to voters, especially youth and women, to vote in record numbers.
BJP candidate from Behala East, Payal Sarkar said that 57 percent of the voters in my constituency are women and I stand with them ... I appeal to people to come to the polling booths and cast their votes. Security forces are deployed. I think today everything will be done very peacefully.
There are a total of 15,940 polling booths in the fourth phase. A total of 793 companies of central security forces have been deployed in it. The fourth phase also includes the much-talked-about Singur seat in Hooghly district, where Mamata Banerjee came to power in Bengal through land agitation. At the same time, repolling is being held at a booth in the Jangipada assembly seat in Hooghly district. The third phase of polling was held in Jangipada. Considering the irregularities in the number 88 booth of Parmanandpur Primary School, there was a complaint, after which the Election Commission decided to vote again.
Category: India: Election