March 13, 2014
Mass outreach – The focus in Trinamool campaign
Trinamool Congress kept up the energy levels during campaigns for Lok Sabha polls on Wednesday March 12. Local leaders were out in full force campaigning hard for their respective candidates. Arpita Ghosh, who is the candidate in Balurghat held a workers` workshop. Soumitra Roy connected to the voters through his unique mass-communication techniques at Harishchandrapur.
Trinamool has set a precedent by seeking permission from house-owners before going for a wall-graffiti campaign. In South Kolkata, Sovandeb Chatterjee, the Chief Whip of West Bengal Government, could be seen painting on walls in support of Subrata Bakshi. Indranil Sen and Humayun Kabir led a successful campaign in Baharampur. Sultan Ahmed continued his outreach programme with voters in Uluberia.
Afreen Ali was present in Chandrakona for her campaign. Minister of State for Small and Medium Enterprises, Swapan Debnath campaigned in favour of his local candidate in Bardhaman. In Birbhum, Anubrata Mondal was seen campaigning for Satabdi Roy. The party is using all forms of communication for mass outreach to ensure Ma, Mati, Manush of Bengal lend their support to Trinamool.
Afreen Ali in Chandrakona
Innovative campaign in Bardhaman
Wall graffiti in Jadavpur
Graffiti in favour of Moonmoon Sen in Bankura
Humayun Kabir and Indranil Sen
Satabdi Roy and Anubrata Mondal in Birbhum
Soumitra Roy in Harishchandrapur
Sultan Ahmed in Uluberia
Swapan Debnath in Bardhaman