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BJP leader Babul Supriyo said, people of India will never vote for ‘Mahatagbandhan’ because …

New Delhi: Opposition parties have expressed solidarity with the Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in West Bengal on the decision to end the election campaigning 20 hours before the scheduled time, while BJP MP Babul Supriyo on Thursday termed the opposition general body as “big-hearted”. Supriyo tweeted, “People of India will never vote for ‘Mahatagbandhan’ because these people always keep themselves above politics.”

The Election Commission has decided to end the election campaign in Bengal in the wake of the continuous violence in the state. On Tuesday, the statue of famous social reformer Fushar Chand Vidyasagar was broken during the road show of BJP President Amit Shah in Kolkata. Accusing the Election Commission of not taking timely action, Supriyo tweeted, “For six phases, the Commission kept silence, while democracy and humanity were killed by Mamata and her colleagues.”

Banerjee had claimed on Wednesday that the Election Commission has taken this decision at the behest of BJP, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Amit Shah.He said, “The discriminatory action of the Election Commission of BJP is a direct attack on the democracy. “

Showing solidarity with Banerjee, Bahujan Samaj Party leader Mayawati said on Thursday, “The Election Commission has barred the election campaign in West Bengal after 10 o’clock in the night. But since the Prime Minister is addressing two rallies, it shows that the commission is working under the pressure of the BJP. “

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