Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Left Front Releases Updated List of 38 Candidates for West Bengal
File photo of Left Front gathering.

Kolkata, March 19: With Congress announcing to go solo in the state of West Bengal for the upcoming Lok Sabha Elections 2019, it left the Left Front in that state miffed. Now the Left Front Committee has released a final list to field 38 candidates for the polls, instead of 25, which it released some days ago. Also, surprisingly, four seats – Maldala Uttar, Maldaha Dakshin, Jangirpur and Baharampur.

As per the latest list released by the Left Front, new candidates have been announced from – Darjeeling (Saman Pathak), Krishnanagar (Dr Shantanu Jha), Barrackpur (Gargi Chatterjee), Dum Dum (Nepaldeb Bhattacharya), Mathurapur (Dr Sharat Haldar), Kolkata Uttar (Kaninika Bose), Howrah (Sumitra Adhikary), Sreerampur (Tirthankar Roy), Ghatal (Tapan Ganguly), Talmuk (SK Ibrahim Ali), Kanthi (Paritosh Pattanayak), Jhargram (Deblina Hembram), Bankura (Amiya Patra), Birbhum (Dr Rezaul Karim), Bolpur (Dr Ramchandra Dome) and Asansol (Gouranga Chatterjee). Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Left Front Committee Releases First List of 25 Candidates for West Bengal. 

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Left Front Committee's Complete List of Candidates for West Bengal

PC No.  Constituency  Candidate Party
1. Coochbehar (SC) Govinda Roy AIFB
2. Alipurduars (ST) Mili Oraon AIFB
3. Jalpaiguri (SC) Bhagirath Roy CPI(M)
4. Darjeeling Saman Pathak CPI(M)
5. Raiganj Mohammad Salim CPI(M)
6. Balurghat Ranen Barman RSP
7. Maldaha Uttar    
8. Maldaha Dakshin    
9. Jangirpur    
10. Baharampur    
11. Murshidabad Badaruddoza Khan CPI(M)
12. Krishnanagar Dr Shantanu Jha CPI(M)
13. Ranaghat (SC) Rama Biswas CPI(M)
14. Bangaon (SC) Alokesh Das CPI(M)
15. Barrackpur Gargi Chatterjee CPI(M)
16. Dum Dum Nepaldeb Bhattacharya CPI(M)
17. Barasat Haripada Biswas AIFB
18. Basirhat Pallab Sengupta CPI
19. Jaynagar (SC) Subhas Naskar RSP
20. Mathurapur (SC) Dr Sarat Haldar CPI(M)
21. Diamond Harbour Dr Fuad Halim CPI(M)
22. Jadavpur Bikash Ranjan Bhattacharya CPI(M)
23. Kolkata Dakshin Nandini Mukherjee CPI(M)
24. Kolkata Uttar Kaninika Bose (Ghosh) CPI(M)
25. Howrah Sumitra Adhikary CPI(M)
26. Uluberia Maksuda Khatun CPI(M)
27. Sreerampur Tirthankar Roy CPI(M)
28. Hooghly Pradip Saha CPI(M)
29. Arambag (SC) Shakti Mohan Malik CPI(M)
30. Talmuk SK Ibrahim Ali CPI(M)
31. Kanthi Paritosh Pattanayak CPI(M)
32. Ghatal Tapan Ganguly CPI
33. Jhargram (ST) Deblina Hembram CPI(M)
34. Medinipur Biplab Bhatta CPI
35. Purulia Bir Singh Mahato AIFB
36. Bankura Amiya Patra CPI(M)
37. Bishnupur (SC) Sunil Khan CPI(M)
38. Bardhaman Purba (SC) Iswar Chandra Das CPI(M)
39. Bardhaman - Durgapur Abhas Roy Chowdhary CPI(M)
40. Asansol Gouranga Chatterjee CPI(M)
41. Bolpur (SC) Dr Ram Chandra Dome CPI(M)
42. Birbhum Dr Rezaul Karim CPI(M)

 

As per the Election Commission’s announcement on March 10, there would be seven phases of polls in the state, with ample security deployed to ensure peaceful elections. The polls would be conducted on April’s 11, 18, 23, 29 and May’s 6, 12, 19 in the state. The results of the Lok Sabha elections would be announced on May 23.