West Bengal, India: Fresh clashes arises in West Bengal after aspirants filled nomination for Panchayat Elections, sources revealed.
The clashes occurred between TMC workers and Indian Secular Front. Miscreants workers started clashes when aspirants arrived at BDO office for Panchayat Elections nominations.
The political parties conflicts happened in the South 24 Parganas. The exact location was in Bhangore region near Kolkata, as per the Hindustan Times. Days ago, Adhir Chowdhury requested the Election Commissioner to look on the conflicts arisen by the miscreants. Terrorising situation…..TMC: Congress MP Adhir Chowdhury requested EC to maintain Law and Order in Murshidabad
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Opposition party leaders of WB alleged “Ruling party, TMC not allowing any other to take participation in any elections”. As per the sources, “Opposition parties aspirants are not allowed to file nomination, they don’t get access to reach the BDO office” source Hindustan Times.
Political Leaders Allegations
“TMC parties workers are looting the system. They have looted more than 50 blocks” says Suvendu Adhikari, leader of the opposition party of West Bengal. The BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari added “we won’t allow this election to be a return of 2013 and 2018 polls”, as per report by HT.
It was also alleged by the Congress leader Adhir Chowdhury, “Situation in WB turns into terrorising during elections time. Miscreants linked to the ruling party TMC used to carry out violent activities if aspirants wants to fill nomination for Panchayat Elections”.
“Murshidabad has became the hub for violence during elections, ruling party miscreants turmoils the situation here in every election ” Congress leader Adhir Chowdhury added.
As per sources, Adhir Chowdhury written letter to Rajiva Sinha the Election Commissioner of West Bengal requesting for proper safety of candidates during Panchayat Elections. Chowdhury especially requested “election commissioner to take attention on maintaining Law and Order, as violent activities becomes so much terrorising during elections in West Bengal”.