Kolkata: Bharati Ghosh, the former IPS officer who was once referred by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee as her “daughter” will contest the national elections on a BJP ticket from the Ghatal seat. Ghatal is currently in the grip of Trinamool Congress leader and Tollywood superstar Dev who was born in the West Midnapore district.
Now Dev also welcomed Bharati Ghosh on Twitter after welcoming Left candidate Tapan Ganguly. He told that win or loose does not matter. we will work together for better Ghatal.
Dev or Deepak Adhikari, is the only celebrity actor to jump into the poll fray who is still working in the movies.
Bharati Ghosh, who was the West Midnapore Superintendent of Police for more than six years, was transferred as commandant of the third battalion of the state armed police on December 26, 2017. She resigned from service two days later.Dev, also known as Dipak Adhikari, is the biggest star in the Bengali film industry right now and has a massive fan following especially in rural areas. He is also very close to the chief minister and has been conferred many prestigious awards by the Bengal government.
বিজেপি প্রার্থী শ্রীমতি ভারতী ঘোষ কে শুভেচ্ছা। উনি আমাদের জেলার এস পি ছিলেন, ঘাটালে রাজ্য সরকারের উন্নয়নের কাজে সাহায্যও করেছেন। জেতা হারা পরের কথা, আমরা সব্বাই মিলে আগামী দিনে ঘাটালে উন্নয়নের কাজ চালিয়ে যাব।
— Dev (@idevadhikari) March 21, 2019
Bharati Ghosh joined BJP on February 4 during the much talked about stand-off between the centre and the Bengal government when Mamata Banerjee went on a sit-in protest against CBI interrogation of Kolkata police chief Rajeev Kumar over two Ponzi schemes.In 2019, Actor Dipak Adhikari again nominated as TMC candidate in Ghatal Loksabha Constituency. left front announced candidates list in 25 seats of West Bengal. Now Tapan Ganguly from CPIM will fight against Dev.
After that Dev Congradulated Tapan Ganguly on twitter as his opponent candidate and said” Congratulations to CPI (M) candidate Mr. Tapan Ganguly from Ghatal. Let’s all work towards the progress of a better and developed Ghatal, no matter who will win the race. Our disagreement is not in the hindrance of development.”