In West Bengal’s hottest seat Nandigram, BJP’s Suvendu Adhikari has defeated Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. Suvendu was once very close to Mamata but before the election he joined the BJP.
Nandigram : In West Bengal, TMC is seen winning more than 200 seats in the trends, but despite this overwhelming majority, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee could not save her seat herself. Suvendu Adhikari has suffered defeat in Nandigram. Mamta Banerjee has also accepted her defeat in Nandigram. However, he said that the BJP lost in Bengal, with no concern for the results of Nandigram.
When Mamata Banerjee met the media in the evening, she admitted her defeat in Nandigram but TMC is demanding recounting there. Once Suvendu Adhikari, who was once very close to Mamata, joined the BJP, Mamata Banerjee decided to challenge him on his seat in Nandigram. She contested from Nandigram only but had to face defeat. The two leaders fought a very thorny battle, but eventually Baji Suvendu got into the hands of them.
Mamta Banerjee said after losing by 1957 votes to BJP candidate Shuvendu Adhikari in Nandigram, “Don’t be worried about Nandigram. I struggled for Nandigram as I waged a movement. Let the people of Nandigram make whatever decision they want to make. I accept it. I do not mind We have won more than 221 seats and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has lost the election. ”