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Bengal Assembly polls: Days after ‘leg injury’, Mamata Banerjee to hold roadshow on wheelchair today

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West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who recently sustained a severe leg injury, will be back to campaigning for West Bengal Assembly elections 2021 after being discharged from SSKM Hospital on Friday.

TMC party sources said, Banerjee will conduct a roadshow on a wheelchair from Gandhi Murti to Hazra. She will also address a public rally at Hazra on Sunday afternoon.

It will be her first public appearance after she was allegedly attacked by some people in Nandigram earlier this week. Banerjee was admitted to hospital after she suffered injuries on her left leg and waist at Birulia bazar in Nandigram in East Midnapore district on 10th March.

She had then claimed that she was attacked by “four-five persons”. Meanwhile, TMC has, however, cancelled release of its election manifesto, which was scheduled for today.

Elections to 294-member West Bengal Assembly will be held in eight phases starting from 27th March with final round of voting taking place on 29th April. The counting of votes will take place on 2nd May.

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