Sarbananda Sonowal

1. Union Minister Sarbananda Sonowal predicts BJP victory in 30+ West Bengal seats.
2. Sarbananda Sonowal expresses confidence in “Modi Magic” for BJP’s success.
3. Anticipates BJP’s seat count to soar to 32 out of 42 in West Bengal.

Kolkata, May 27: In the heat of election fervor, Union Minister Sarbananda Sonowal declared the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) expected triumph in over 30 seats in West Bengal.

Speaking at a late-night rally in Kolkata North Lok Sabha constituency, Sonowal exuded confidence in what he dubbed as the “Modi Magic,” foreseeing a surge in BJP’s tally to 32 out of 42 seats in the state.

Throughout the campaign, Sonowal lambasted the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC), condemning what he labeled as “Jungle Raj” in West Bengal and attributing the state’s decline to successive TMC and Left party administrations.

He urged voters to opt for “Vikas, Viswas, & Prayas” (Development, Trust, and Effort) over negativity, advocating for a governance overhaul.

Emphasizing Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership in steering India towards economic prosperity, Sonowal emphasized the importance of “Modi Ki Guarantee” in fostering purpose and progress among Bengalis. He stressed the need to align with the nation’s development trajectory under Modi’s visionary leadership.

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Joined by BJP candidates and senior party figures, including Sheelabhadra Dutta, Shamik Bhattacharjee, Biswapriya Raichoudhury, Sonowal rallied young voters to embrace the BJP’s inclusive growth agenda.

Amid campaign activities, Sonowal addressed concerns regarding Cyclone Ramel, prioritizing safety by canceling other scheduled poll events.

The rally served as a platform for Sonowal to reaffirm BJP’s vision for West Bengal, promising a future marked by purpose, peace, and prosperity under Modi’s guidance.

Sonowal’s campaign resonated with BJP’s narrative of development and change, positioning the party as a frontrunner in West Bengal’s upcoming elections.