These 13 former TMC leaders got tickets from BJP – only four of them are leading

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These 13 former TMC leaders got tickets from BJP – only four of them are leading
This included incumbent Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s top aide Suvendu Adhikari, who decided to contest her from the Nandigram constituency. BCCL/BI India
  • A total of 34 Trinamool Congress leaders had left the party to join the rival Bharatiya Janata Party, but only 13 had got the ticket.
  • This included incumbent Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s top aide Suvendu Adhikari, who decided to contest her from the Nandigram constituency.
  • Trinamool Congress took a massive lead against BJP ensuring Mamata Banerjee’s return as the Chief Minister for a third consecutive term.
Ahead of the state assembly elections in West Bengal, as many as 34 Trinamool Congress leaders had left the party to join the rival Bharatiya Janata Party. This included incumbent Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s top aide Suvendu Adhikari, who decided to contest her from the Nandigram constituency.

Out of the 34 leaders, only 13 leaders had got tickets from BJP.

However, out of the 13 leaders who had moved away from TMC, only four have managed to secure a winning stance.

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This included the very interesting fight for Nandigram, which ended with Suvendu Adhikari taking a lead in the constituency against Mamata Banerjee.

ConstituencyWonPartyLost
NandigramSuvendu AdhikariBJPMamata Banerjee
Krishnanagar NorthMukul RoyBJPKoushani Mukherjee
DomjurKalyan GhoshTMCRajib Banerjee
BallyDr Rana ChatterjeeTMCBaishali Dalmiya
Diamond HarbourPannalal HalderTMCDipak Halder
SingurBecharam MannaTMCRabindranath Bhattacharya
Ranaghat Uttar PaschimParatha Sarathi ChatterjeeBJPSankar Singha
JagatdalSomnath ShyamTMCArindam Bhattacharya
NatabariRabindra Nath GhoshTMCMihir Goswami
ManteswarChowdhury SiddiquillahTMCSaikat Panja
KalnaDeboprasad BagTMCBiswajit Kundu
PandabeswarJitendra TiwariBJPNarendranath Chakroborty
Durgapur PurbaPradip MazumdarTMCCol. Diptansu Chaudhury

Trinamool Congress took a massive lead against BJP ensuring Mamata Banerjee her return as the Chief Minister for a third consecutive term.

There are 294 seats in the Bengal state assembly, the polling for which took place through eight phases between March 27 and April 29.
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