India needs Didi: TMC launches marketing campaign to make Mamata 1st Bengali PM in 2024


The TMC supporters’ ‘India Desires Mamata Di’ marketing campaign was launched with the goal of constructing the Bengal CM the primary ever Bengali prime minister of India in 2024.

With a watch on 2024 polls, TMC has launched ‘India Desires Mamata Di’ marketing campaign (PTI photograph)

Forward of the 2024 Lok Sabha election, the supporters of the Trinamool Congress (TMC) have rolled out a brand new marketing campaign referred to as ‘India Desires Mamata Di’, on the traces of its ‘Bangla Nijer Meyeke Chay’ (or Bengal Desires Its Personal Daughter) promotion throughout the state meeting polls final yr.

The marketing campaign’s mission is to galvanise public opinion to make Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee the first ever Bengali prime minister of India in 2024, when she completes 4 many years in electoral politics.

“We want each Indian enjoys the great governance, as has been established by Madam Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee by means of her pro-people insurance policies with the goal of holistic improvement, by making her the primary ever Bengali Prime Minister of the Union of India in 2024 when she completes 4 many years in electoral politics,” the newly launched web site states.

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As a part of the digital marketing campaign, TMC hopes to attach with individuals throughout the nation and take its achievements to the remainder of India.

The brand new marketing campaign’s introduction in Bengali interprets to: “Now Maa Mati Manush Govt in Delhi”.

In a blurb on the marketing campaign’s official web site, the TMC mentioned that the ‘India Desires Mamata Di’ group is rising daily with new members voluntarily signing up. It claimed to have hundreds of members from each nook of West Bengal, Tripura and Tamil Nadu.

The subsequent step is to increase the occasion’s items throughout India by placing ahead the beliefs of Mamata Banerjee, it mentioned.



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