From Thursday morning, the party workers were found decorating their respective areas with the Trinamool Congress flags and photographs of the party’s supremo Mamata Banerjee.
Giant screens were installed at many places in the districts to let people watch the direct telecast of the swearing-in ceremony. This is for the first time in history of West Bengal when the swearing-in ceremony is being organised on Red Road to let common people be a part of the programme.
Following the path of Banerjee, party workers in the districts have set up giant screens so that people, who will not be able to reach Red Road, does not miss the programme.
Loudspeakers and mikes were being installed at every street corner to play Radindra Sangeet since Friday morning. At many places cultural progammes were also being organised. The programmes will be held in the evening after the swearing-in ceremony is over. Local children will be participating in the cultural programmes. Even in some areas, Madhyamik and Higher Secondary examinees those passed out with good marks will be felicitated. In districts like Purulia, tribal art forms will be the part of the cultural programmes.
The state government had brought an overall development for the folk artistes in the past five years. Thus chhau artistes will be performing in various programmes in Purulia. According to the Trinamool Congress leaders, for the first time the common people can witness the swearing-in ceremony.
Thus all party workers have also tried their best to involve common people by organising various programme. Sweets will be distributed among local residents and in many places they were also invited for dinner by the party workers.
The picture is quite similar in North Bengal as well from where the Trinamool Congress has got an overwhelming support.