Kolkata: The Lok Sabha elections are not even six months away. North Bengal and Jangalmahal have worried the BJP. Even Matuagarh. The saffron party had won 12 seats in the last Lok Sabha elections, including seven from north and five from Jangalmahal. Despite the setback in the 2019 Assembly elections, the average did not completely collapse.
But as soon as the panchayat election results were declared, there was a breakdown. Which has reached the court of Delhi in an instant. BJP national president J P Nadda is also counting the votes. According to sources, Delhi has been asked to submit an early report on why the disaster took place.North Bengal was a big hope for the BJP. State leaders had claimed that several district councils would come from there. But they had to be disappointed.