WB Election : PM Narendra Modi And Amit Shah Urges People To Vote :
Shah-Modi has tweeted every morning since the beginning of the voting season. The people of the state have requested for voting. Not so in the eighth round. Narendra Modi advised to vote according to Kovid rules. “Vote more to ensure development,” Shah tweeted.
On Thursday morning, the Prime Minister tweeted, “The eighth round of elections is being held in Bengal today. At the request of the citizens, exercise their civil rights in accordance with the Covid rules. Join the celebration of democracy. ” However, he did not give any political message on that day.
Last phase of the 2021 West Bengal elections takes place today. In line with the COVID-19 protocols, I call upon people to cast their vote and enrich the festival of democracy.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) April 29, 2021
However, Home Minister Amit Shah’s tweet was a political allusion. He wrote, “Today is the eighth round of elections in Bengal. I urge all the voters in this episode to cast their votes in large numbers with enthusiasm to ensure development and good governance in Bengal as in the previous seven-point election.
আজ বাংলায় অষ্টম দফার অর্থাৎ অন্তিম পর্বের নির্বাচন।আমি এই পর্বের সকল ভোটারদের কাছে আবেদন জানাচ্ছি যে পূর্বের সাত দফা নির্বাচনের মতোই আপনারও বাংলায় উন্নয়ন ও সুশাসন নিশ্চিত করতে উৎসাহের সাথে অধিক সংখ্যায় ভোট দান করুন।
— Amit Shah (@AmitShah) April 29, 2021
Governor Jagdeep Dhankar tweeted that everyone should vote in the interest of defending democracy. It may be mentioned that today, Thursday, the polling is going on in 35 centers in 4 districts including North Kolkata. The fate of several heavyweights from Malda, Murshidabad and Birbhum is being tested today. Besides, re-election was also held at booth No. 127 of Shitalkuchi in Kochbihar.
For strengthening democracy levery voter must positively vote in Eighth Phase today. Every vote matters.
Your vote sustains democracy. There can be just no ground not to vote.
Those not voting forfeit moral authority to project grievances on governance.
— Governor West Bengal Jagdeep Dhankhar (@jdhankhar1) April 29, 2021