Fighting for tickets
Anindita Paul (Tania Pal), who did not get a grassroots ticket in the Kolkata by-election in Ward No. 81 of New Alipore area of South Kolkata, is contesting for the Congress. Tania Pal told a press conference that there was no improvement in the 16 slums in the area. Roads, lights, toilets are all lacking. According to him, the Congress has given him respect as a candidate, so he has entered the fray on behalf of the Congress. He complained that the community hall was built for the big people and his rent was fifty thousand rupees. Meanwhile, Didi is giving twenty five thousand rupees to Rupashree. In that case, half of the rent of the community hall will be collected. He asks what will be the marriage. There is nothing here for the poor. If we win, we will do it for all the poor people. He said that the opposition was being intimidated and harassed in various ways as the administration was in the hands of theTrinamool Congress.
There was no development of Baganbari, Loknath Alley, Jhaldar Math, Khuli Para, Khandari Club, Bangal Para, Nikakari Para, Taltala Alley, Kamar Math, Majid Para, New Slum, Chetla Road, Kumar Par, Temple Lane slum. He complained that the community hall was built for the big people and his rent was fifty thousand rupees. Meanwhile, Trinamool agitated Tania is contesting on a Congress ticket in 81 wards.