Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has announced that she won’t be holding big rallies or organise roadshows due to the sudden spike in the number of covid cases in the state. She further added that the duration of her rallies will also be reduced to avoid large gatherings.
I have decided not to hold any big campaign rallies in Kolkata, barring one which would be held at Beadon Street on the last day of campaigning on April 26. It would be a symbolic meeting,” Banerjee said, in an interview to a vernacular news channel on Sunday.
“The party would, however, organize smaller street-corner meetings. I would also bring down the duration of my rallies from one hour to around 30 minutes,” said the Trinamool Chief.