Free, truthful elections in West Bengal changing into ‘distant actuality’: TMC delegation to Election Fee | India Information
New Delhi: A delegation from the Trinamool Congress (TMC) occasion comprising Saugata Roy, Mahua Moitra and Yashwant Sinha met the Election Fee of India (ECI) on Friday (March 19) in Delhi.
They met the EC to debate points associated to free and truthful conduct of elections in West Bengal.
Chatting with ANI, TMC MP Mahua Moitra stated: “We met Election Fee at the moment and raised three factors – the rule underneath which they’re proposing to place solely central forces inside 100 metres of the polling sales space, solely 5 per cent of VVPAT checking as purported to 100 per cent and the incident involving the assault on chief minister on March 10.”
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had alleged that she was pushed by just a few unidentified folks throughout her election campaigning on March 10.
Banerjee sustained ‘extreme bone accidents’ on her left foot and ankle in addition to bruises and accidents on her shoulder, forearm and neck, based on the report of her preliminary medical examination. She was discharged from the hospital on March 12.
West Bengal is witnessing a high-octane battle between the BJP and the TMC for the upcoming Meeting polls. Elections to the 294-member state Meeting can be held in eight phases ranging from March 27 with the ultimate spherical of voting happening on April 29. The counting of votes will happen on Could 2.
(With inputs from ANI)