Ashok Bhattacharya use parody songs to spice up battle cry

Siliguri, 25th March: Before the much-anticipated assembly elections, Ashok Bhattacharya is taking the help of parody songs to spice up the battle cry. A few days ago, the left party launched a parody version of the Bengali song 'Tumpa Sona’ to promote the brigade rally. The video was widely shared on social media.

Ashok Bhattacharya said that a sub-committee has been formed on behalf of the party for election campaigns. Apart from wall writings and leaflets, parody songs are being used for electioneering. These parody songs are also being sent on various social media sites to attract especially the youths towards the 'Sanjukta Morcha' (Left-Congress-ISF alliance).

On the other hand, Siliguri Assembly BJP candidate Shankar Ghosh said that it is not possible to form a government of Left-Congress and ISF. "Their farewell bell has rung. No parody can stop this bell," he stated.

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