West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee while on a round of Nandigram took a quick detour on Tuesday to give her campaign a personal touch -- make tea and serve it to locals.
Interacting with the locals, Mamata Banerjee served tea to the people around and later also had tea at the stall.
In a video, Mamata Banerjee can be seen pouring tea into paper cups from a large kettle as people gather around her and record videos of the act.
Banerjee has in the past too served tea while on a round of public events. In August 2019, she was seen making tea and serving it to locals in Bengal's Digha.
Banerjee's Trinamool Congress faces a big challenge from the Bharatiya Janata Party this time, with the rival party deploying its full might of top leaders including Prime Minister Narendra Modi in their Bengal campaign.
BJP leaders on Monday shared posters showing PM Modi as "Dada (brother)" in what was seen as a counter to Ms Banerjee being referred to in public as "Didi (sister)".