Thursday, July 7, 2022

Mamta Banerjee accused of rigging in Nandigram election, calls Governor to warn of going to court

new Delhi: The second phase of voting is going on in West Bengal. Meanwhile, reports of violence and controversy are also coming in from many places. West in the same order When Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee visited the booth located in Bayal village in Nandigram, there was a sudden political upheaval. According to reports, BJP workers became angry during Banerjee’s visit, and they started shouting slogans around the booth.

At the same time, Mamta Banerjee has called the state governor Jagdeep Dhankhar and accused him of rigging the election. According to the information, he has complained to Governor Dhankad that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is rigging the election on Nandigram seat. At the same time, Mamta Banerjee also warned to go to court on this matter.

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At the same time, Mamta Banerjee also targeted the Election Commission and said that 63 complaints have been made about it in the Commission so far. But no action is being taken.

Regarding the people shouting slogans against them at the booth, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee says that these are people from Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, who are being given protection from the Center.

At the same time, Sheikh Sufiyan, the polling agent of Mamta Banerjee, has alleged that the Central Force personnel at her booth beat up the voters and did not allow her agent to enter the booth. Similarly, some women voters have also alleged that the men of the Central Force have assaulted them. On the other hand, at this booth, BJP supporters have also accused TMC of not letting their supporters vote.

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