BJP defeated TMC in Nandigram -1 Co-operative election whereas TMC smashed BJP in Nandigram 2 Co-operative Election

Abhijit Ray, Kolkata: After a strain defeat in the last West Bengal’s assembly polls last year, the BJP got some oxygen after winning a cooperative body poll in Nandigram -1 area in East Medinipur district. Nandigram is the constituency of Opposition Suvendu Adhikari who had manage to defeat Mrs Mamta Banerjee in the last assembly polls. The BJP party has won 11 of the 12 seats of the BhekutiaSamabay Krishi Samity while the Trinamool Congress (TMC) managed to win just one.   Nandigram 1 is dominated by the BJP party supporters.Whereas the TMC –the ruling party  of West Bengal had won huge  in the cooperative elections in Nandigram -2 area, sweeping the polls in Hanubhunia, Gholpukur, and Birulia. The BJP party failed to win a single seat in all three combined.While the BJP failed to open its account in the home turf of its leader Suvendu Adhikari, Trinamool Congress (TMC) won the Cooperative election in Nandigram by antremendousmajority as it bagged 99 per cent seats. Out of 52 seats, Trinamool Congress has won 51 seats, while the Left Front got 1 seat.