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New Delhi. Can the issue of Bengali vs non-Bengali have any impact on 42 Lok Sabha seats? Experts believe that if the votes of non-Bengali Hindi voters go towards BJP and along with it, campaigns like CAA, Ram Mandir issue, Sandeshkhali, anti-incumbency against the state government or Modi for the Center are seen working on the ground, then BJP will win in the state. It can also become the number one party on the Lok Sabha seats.

TMC is surrounded on many issues: TMC, surrounded on many issues, is considering BJP as a direct competitor. Trinamool Congress leader Vivek Gupta claims that this time Trinamool Congress is cautious. He has corrected the mistakes of the previous elections. The party feels that it can win up to 30 seats in the state this time in the Lok Sabha elections. Experts say that apart from Kolkata, the number of Hindi speakers in North 24 Parganas, Siliguri, Asansol, Durgapur, Purulia and Kharagpur is so much that they play a decisive role in the elections.

BJP got more votes in 2019: Those who keep an eye on the politics of Bengal say that in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, most of the votes of Hindi speaking people of the state went towards BJP, but a good number of Hindi speaking people are also Mamata supporters. Among non-Bengalis, most of them are Hindi speaking. The influence of Hindi speakers shows that most of the big industrialists of Kolkata are non-Bengali. They have come and settled here from states like Rajasthan-Bihar. After the BJP government came to power at the Center in 2014, the party started making inroads among the Hindi speaking people of Bengal.