Polling was relatively serene in phase 2 of the West Bengal Assembly political election with occasional violence in some locations as well as high drama in Nandigram, the seat where Trinamool Congress (TMC) supremo Mamata Banerjee is opposing this moment.
Charging the Bharatiya Janata Event (BJP) with frightening TMC voters as well as “catching polling booths”, Mamata Banerjee claimed her celebration has submitted 63 issues with the Political Election Commission of India. Like the BJP, the survey panel was also in her line of attack.
Mamata Banerjee charged the Political election Compensation of not acting on her event’s grievances, continuing to be quiet as well as sustaining BJP candidates. She also endangered to relocate court versus the Political election Commission. ” We have lodged 63 grievances considering that early morning. Yet not a single activity has been taken. We will move court over it.
This is inappropriate. The EC is working based on Amit Shah’s directions,” she was priced quote as claiming by news agency PTI. On the other hand, according to ANI, she additionally affirmed that Union home minister Amit Shah is “himself instructing” the CRPF, BSF, and other jawans to “assist only BJP and also its hooligans”.
” I am showing you ‘V’ for victory sign. I am sorry Political election Compensation and Amit Shah, please manage your jerks that are heckling lady reporters in rallies … I have not seen such a negative political election,” ANI quoted Mamata Banerjee as saying. Hitting out the survey panel, she included, “I apologize to my Political election Compensation for their silence. We have given a lot of letters [to the Compensation] however they are one-sidedly supporting BJP candidates.
” The Trinamool Congress likewise lodged a different complaint with the Political election Payment declaring that BJP employees have caught 8 polling booths in the Moyna constituency. “BJP workers are trying to take control of EVM and also are rigging the cubicle.
CRPF deployed at the booth is not taking any action,” the TMC alleged in its problem. In Nandigram, where Mamata Banerjee is contesting versus her previous close aide Suvendu Adhikari (now in BJP), Mamata Banerjee camped up in a polling booth and also phoned West Bengal Guv Jagdeep Dhankar. She declared TMC advocates were not being enabled to cast their ballots by the BJP.
“I am not fretted about Nandigram, but I am stressed over freedom. I will certainly win Nandigram with the blessings of ‘Maa Maati, Manush’,” Mamata Banerjee informed reporters.