The West Bengal assembly elections are scheduled to begin on March 27 and all parties are in the race to collect their votes. But in the meantime, there are some leaders who have forgotten the morality of wanting votes and are threatening people to ask for votes. According to an India Today report, Bengal Agriculture Minister Tapan Dasgupta has threatened voters with dire consequences if they do not get votes in the state assembly elections. In a meeting in Hooghly, TMC candidate of Saptagram assembly Tapan Dasgupta told voters that the people of the area who will not vote for him will not get “electricity and water.
At the rally on Saturday, Tapan Dasgupta said, "The areas where I will not get votes, those areas will not get electricity and water. It is simple. They can ask BJP for this." Tapan Dasgupta became the Saptagram MLA in Hooghly after defeating his Left Front rival in 2011. He also won the Saptagram seat in the 2016 Bengal elections. Dasgupta is now given a single seat to contest in the 2021 West Bengal elections.
Tapan DasGupta Wikipedia / Biography / Biodata
S/o|D/o|W/o: Lt. Sukhamoy Dasgupta
Age : 60
GirlFriend : Not Known
Wife : Mrs Dasgupta
Address: R.o Purbasha, 1/2 Fulpukur Rd., P.O. & P.S. Chinsurah, Dist. Hooghly
Name Enrolled as Voter in: 190-Chinsurah (West Bengal) constituency , at Serial no 319 in Part no 297
Contact Number: 9836584748
Self Profession:MLA, Salary Employee & Social Worker