Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee was seen main a serious showdown in Nandigram the place she seated herself outdoors a polling sales space whereas the TMC accused the central forces of stopping voters from casting their votes within the high-stakes battle in opposition to Suvendu Adhikari.
Since 7 am, when polling for the second section of meeting elections in Bengal started, TMC has raised several complaints, accusing BJP and central forces of stopping TMC polling brokers and voters from getting into the polling cubicles.
What occurred in Nandigram?
All eyes had been on Nandigram as Bengal voted within the second phase of assembly elections on Thursday. Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee, who’s in search of a 3rd time period, is pitted in opposition to Suvendu Adhikari of BJP.
Tension grew in Nandigram as voting continued and TMC accused BJP and the forces of stopping voters. Later within the afternoon, Mamata Banerjee rode her wheelchair to the polling sales space at Boyal major faculty and seated herself outdoors the sales space.
Speaking to the media, Mamata Banerjee accused the central forces of not permitting voters to forged their vote at this sales space. She additionally mentioned, “Outsiders are doing hungama here. They have been brought specially for this purpose.” 4 CRPF personnel had been stationed contained in the sales space.
— ANI (@ANI) April 1, 2021
As Mamata Banerjee continued to carry her floor at the Nandigram polling sales space, on either side of a floor close to the college, BJP and TMC supporters gathered in giant numbers and shouted slogans in opposition to one another.
Local police officers and the Rapid Action Force (RAF) had been seen attempting to pacify the tense crowd on the bottom because the ambiance heated up.
Mamata calls Governor Dhankhar
Soon, Mamata Banerjee was seen dialling up Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar to complain in regards to the alleged sales space seize.
#WATCH: West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee speaks to Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar over the cellphone at a polling sales space in Nandigram. She says, “…They didn’t allow the local people to cast their vote. From morning I am campaigning…Now I am appealing to you, please see…” pic.twitter.com/mjsNQx38BB
— ANI (@ANI) April 1, 2021
“They didn’t allow the locals to cast their vote. Since morning I have been complaining. Now I am appealing to you, please see this,” Mamata Banerjee informed Dhankhar.
Later, Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar put out a tweet saying, “Issues flagged by Mamata Banerjee a while ago on phone have been imparted to the concerned. There is full assurance of the concerned to adherence to rule of law. Am confident all will act in right spirit and earnestness so that democracy flourishes.”
Issues flagged @MamataOfficial some time in the past on cellphone have been imparted to the involved.
There is full assurance of the involved to adherence to rule of legislation.
Am assured all will act in proper spirit and earnestness in order that democracy thrives.
— Governor West Bengal Jagdeep Dhankhar (@jdhankhar1) April 1, 2021
Mamata has a behavior of insulting folks of Nandigram: Suvendu
Reacting to Mamata Banerjee’s allegations of BJP leaders bringing goons to create unrest in Bengal, BJP’s Suvendu Adhikari mentioned Mamata Banerjee can communicate to the governor as he doesn’t conduct elections, but it surely has develop into Mamata’s behavior to “insult the people of Nandigram”.
“She’s insulting voters. It has become her habit to insult people of Nandigram. She received injuries in an accident but levelled allegations. The Governor’s is a constitutional post, she can speak to him, no problem. EC conducts polls, not Governor or President.