With Assembly polls in West Bengal slated for the first half of next year, the ruling TMC has asked its district leadership to reach out to the people with the developmental work done in the last four years.
The TMC leadership has asked party leaders from the districts to reach out to the people with the developmental work that has been done by the government to stop “canards spread by opposition parties”, party sources at party headquarters Trinamool Bhawan said.
The party has been boosted by its “massive victory” in the recent civic polls in the state and wants to jump into the preparation for assembly just after the festive season in Bengal ends.
The assembly polls in Bengal are slated to be held in April-May next year.
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