TMC replaces candidates in four assembly constituencies ahead of polls
On Friday (March 19), the Trinamool Congress replaced candidates in four constituencies ahead of the West Bengal assembly polls.
According to TMC sources, the candidates have been reshuffled due to dissatisfaction among party workers and the candidates.
However, the Trinamool Congress has not officially stated the reason for the reshuffle. Only the names of the new candidates have been announced.
The TMC announced the replacement of candidates for Nadia district's Kalyani Assembly constituency, North 24 Pargana district's Ashoknagar Assembly constituency, Amdanga Assembly and Birbhum district's Dubrajpur Assembly constituency.
The newly announced candidates are Aniruddha Biswas from Kalyani, Narayan Goswami from Ashoknagar, Rafiqur Rahman from Amdanga, and Debabrata Saha from Dubrajpur.
The eight-phased assembly poll for 294 constituencies in West Bengal will begin from March 27. The result will be announced on May 2.