CM Mamta Banerjee filed a complaint of violence with the Nandigram constituency during the Election Commission of India (ECI) voting.
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. (File photo)
In West Bengal (Bengal Assembly Election 2021), the vote for the second phase was held today i.e. on Thursday. Of which, voting was also held in Nandigram, the seat of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. CM Mamta had filed a complaint of violence with the Nandigram constituency during the voting in the Election Commission of India (ECI). After which the Election Commission on Thursday has asked two election observers to submit a report on the complaints of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. According to the ECI “Today a separate written complaint was received from the Honorable Chief Minister through CEO West Bengal.
The complaint has been sent to Special General Observer Mr. Ajay Nayak and Special Police Observer Mr. Vivek Dubey. Under which they have been asked to send the report by 6 pm tomorrow. Actually, CM Banerjee had filed a complaint of violence in Nandigram constituency. Where the Chief Minister visited one of the polling stations. As soon as the CM sat inside the booth, loud slogans were heard along with the cheers of BJP’s ‘Jai Shri Ram’. However, the observer said that the chief minister left the place at 3.35 pm after staying for almost one and a half hours and “voting was not interrupted” in any way.
BJP accused of booth capturing
Along with this, TMC has accused BJP of capturing 8 booths of Moyna assembly constituency. According to TMC, BJP workers have tried to control EVMs at these booths. TMC complained that during this time the CRPF posted at the booth is not taking any action. When Mamta Banerjee was asked if any FIR has been registered regarding the booth she is accusing? So the West Bengal Chief Minister replied that we will check the entire footage of the polling booth and then take necessary steps. Voting is going on for the second phase in West Bengal. In such a situation, Mamat Banerjee also visited a polling booth. During this, he said that voters are being prevented from casting their votes at the polling booth.
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