Can’t Do This Even For CM: MP Nusrat Jahan Loses Temper At Election Rally

Nusrat Jahan rally video
Nusrat Jahan rally video goes viral: A video of Trinamool Congress MP Nusrat Jahan has been doing rounds on social media, in which she is seen losing her temper after “campaigning for over an hour” during a roadshow in West Bengal. “I have been campaigning for more than an hour. I don’t do this even for the Chief Minister. Are you kidding?,” the upset MP can be heard saying in the video.

In the 25-second video clip, Jahan can be seen standing on top of a campaign vehicle and then losing her temper as she refuses a fellow campaigner’s request to go up to the main road.

This video was shared by the Bengal BJP handle shows the actor-turned-politician visibly agitated during a campaign. “The main road is right here. It’s just half a kilometre from here,” the TMC campaigner can be heard telling Jahan in the video. Nusrat Jahan, however, gets down from the vehicle. The BJP’s Bengal unit posted the video on its Twitter handle with the hashtag #MamataLosingNandigram.

Nusrat Jahan rally video goes viral on social media

Jahan was campaigning for Trinamool Ashoknagar candidate Narayan Goswami on Saturday. Goswami, however, on Monday alleged that Jahan was injured after an “accident” during the campaign rallies.

Speaking to ANI, Goswami said, “Our rally took place at 4 pm. Thousands of people had arrived. The rally went on for 1.5 hours, during which Nusrat spent time with me, interacted with people and waved hands.”

“At almost 6 pm, we had reached our final point. There was a bumper on the road. The driver was not accustomed to drive on those roads. He had pulled the brake suddenly. Nusrat and I were injured, but due to my bulky physique, I was not hurt much. However, since she had a thin physique, she was hurt. She sat down and tears came out of her eyes. Seeing her pain, I thought she had to be taken to a hospital or nursing home for treatment,” he added.

Meanwhile, in the first phase of assembly elections concluded on Saturday, West Bengal witnessed over 84 percent voter turnout. Polling for the remaining seven phases for the 294-member state assembly will be held between April 1 to 29. The results of the elections will be declared on May 2.