Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee is preparing for the TMC Martyrs’ Day speech on Wednesday, and political experts will pay attention to her position on the 2024 election. The overwhelming majority of Banerjee’s defeat of the Bharatiya Janata Party in Bengal has fired on the opposition camp. The opinion of the Prime Minister will also be heard.
July 21st is a crucial day for TMC, because it was on this day in 1993 that the Bengal police shot and killed 13 people in Kolkata during a demonstration at the West Bengal Youth Assembly led by Banerjee, while demanding that The voter ID becomes the only document to vote. This movement helped establish the young Banerjee as a leader, who had no family ties in politics, but had ties to the grassroots.
On this day, TMC staff take their mantra from the supreme man who sets the pace for future work. Minister Subrata Mukherje said: “We are all looking forward to July 21. This victory is a victory for Bengal, but Mamata Banerjee set the tone for 2024 by winning this game.”
For Banerjee, the date has Special meaning. In the battle of SingurNandigram, she showed a desperate fighting spirit. In 2011, the Prime Minister established an agenda for change through “Parivarthaner 21”.
In 2019, when the BJP won 18 seats, political experts believed that the Battle of Banerjee in 2021 seemed to be a failed cause. Although his workers were worried, Banerjee boosted their morale. They entered the 2021 war and achieved a deafening victory. Last year, the Covid19 pandemic forced the July 21 anniversary to take a virtual route, but it was on this day last year that he started his campaign for the 2021 poll.
July 21 witnessed the 28-year journey of Mamata Banerjee, this time not only the political brotherhood of Bengal, but also the national political circle will hear Didi’s voice.