MAMATA BANERJEE BEGINS HER CAMPAIGN FROM COOCH BEHAR
West Bengal Chief Minister and TMC’s Mamata Didi began her campaign from Cooch Behar district. Strongly contesting PM Modi’s allegations that she acted as a speed breaker in West Bengal’s development, Mamata challenged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to a direct debate.
Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik too was on campaign trail in Behrampur. His roadshow saw an enthusiastic response.
JK: MEHBOOBA MUFTI FILES NOMINATION IN ANANTNAG
Jammu Kashmir saw hectic political activity today with PDP chief and former Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti filing her nominations from Anantnag. Her opponent from the National Conference Justice Hasnain Masoodi also filed his nominations flanked by Omar Abdullah Vice President of the party.
Anantnag goes to polls in the 3rd Phase of General Elections 2019 in three phases on April 23, 29 & May 06. Pradesh Congress Committee president Ghulam Ahmad Mir also filed his papers. Thursday is the last day for filing nominations to this seat.
SUPRIYA SULE FILES NOMINATION IN BARAMATI
Supriya Sule too filed her nomination from Baramati replacing Sharad Pawar. Ajit Pawar had so far been touted as Sharad Pawar’s political heir but the father bequeathed his seat to his daughter instead.
GHULAM NABI AZAD HOLDS RALLY IN KUPWARA
Congress party General Secretary and J&K In Charge Ghulam Nabi Azad addressed a rally in Kupwara.
CHANDRABABU NAIDU ADDRESSED RALLY IN ATMAKUR ASSEMBLY SEGMENT
TDP chief and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu addressed a rally in Atmakur assembly segment in Nellore. The state will witness simultaneous polls for Lok Sabha and Assembly.
MAYAWATI ADDRESSES JOINT PRESS CONFERENCE IN VISHAKHAPATNAM
Meanwhile, BSP Chief Mayawati was in Vishakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh where she addressed a joint Press conference with Jana Sena Chief Pawan Kalyan. The two parties are in alliance for the Assembly polls in Andhra Pradesh.
Actor and founder of Uttama Prajakiya Party, Upendra added star power to the campaign in Mangaluru, Karnataka. He went door to door seeking votes for his party which he calls a people’s revolution and not a political party.