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Pickup truck collided with CM Mamta Banerjee's brother's car, narrowly escapes - News India Live, India news, News India, Live news, Live India Funny Jokes

The car of Baban Banerjee (Baban Banerjee), the brother of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, crashed on Monday night when his car was hit by a pickup truck near Chingarighat in Kolkata. Police gave this information. He said that the accident occurred at around 55 minutes on the EM bypass at night and no one was injured in it. A police officer said the pickup truck was seized and its driver taken into custody.

On the other hand, the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) in West Bengal on Monday claimed that the BJP, which has done ‘caste and creed politics’ till now, has got two friends in the form of CPI (M) and Congress. Senior TMC leader and state Panchayat Minister Subrata Mukherjee said that the gathering convened jointly by the Left, Congress and the newly formed Indian Secular Front (ISF) at the Brigade Parade Ground on Sunday established the fact that before the assembly elections both The parties are doing divisive politics like the saffron party.

Introduced as ‘third option’ in Bengal

At the same time, a decade after West Bengal was out of power, the Left Front, Congress and the newly formed Indian Secular Front (ISF) on Sunday presented themselves as the ‘third option’ in the state, but the newly formed alliance showed a rift. In the state assembly elections, the ruling Trinamool Congress faces the BJP and the newly formed alliance. The Left-Congress-ISF alliance started its campaign for the assembly elections in West Bengal with a big rally at the Brigade Parade Ground in Kolkata.

Appeal to vote in favor of Trinamool Congress

Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Tejashwi Yadav met Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday while trying to establish unity among secular parties in the West Bengal assembly elections. He also appealed to people of Bihar origin to vote in favor of the ruling Trinamool Congress. West Bengal Assembly elections will be held in eight phases. Voting for the first phase will be held on March 27 and voting for the final phase will be held on April 29. The votes will be counted on 2 May.

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