Campaigning for the second phase of West Bengal and Assam Assembly Elections ended on Tuesday (March 30). Nandigram will witness the most interesting contest of the West Bengal Assembly polls along with 29 other seats on April 1.
The state is witnessing a contest between Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and her former party colleague and BJP candidate Suvendu Adhikari.
Nandigram has seen hectic campaigning in the form of roadshows and public rallies over the last two days. In West Bengal, 171 candidates including 19 women are in the fray for the 30 seats in four districts during the Second Phase.
In Assam, 345 candidates including 26 women are in fray for the 39 Assembly Constituencies spread over 13 districts going to polls on Thursday (April 1).
The electioneering campaign is also heating up in Kerala and Tamil Nadu as well as the Union Territory of Puducherry.