PM Modi reached Siliguri in Bengal, expressed grief over violence in Cooch Behar

PM Narendra Modi reached Siliguri in West Bengal on Saturday, amid the voting of the fourth phase of the assembly elections in West Bengal. Modi expressed condolences on the family of those who died in the violence while expressing grief over the violence in Cooch Behar. Modi said that the plans of Didi, TMC and their goons will not succeed. The Prime Minister alleged that Mamata Banerjee is inciting people to attack the Security Force, but she will not be saved from all this. Mamta Banerjee will have to account for 10 years of rule. Voting is to be held in 8 phases on 294 seats in West Bengal. Polling has been held for 30 seats on March 27 in the first phase, 30 seats in the second phase on April 1, and 31 seats on April 6 in the third phase. Voting is being held in 44 seats today (April 10). After this, on April 17, voting will be held on 45 seats under the fifth phase, 43 seats in the sixth phase on 22 April, 36 seats in the seventh phase on 26 April and 35 seats in the eighth phase on 29 April. Counting will take place on 2 May.
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