Calcutta: Moderate to vigorous election of seven civilian body in West Bengal was reported Sunday as the main opposition parties, the Left Front, Congress and the BJP demanded the dismantling of the “Farciques” elections between the supposed entry of the Violence and the cabin in three municipalities. A CPP leader said at least four party workers were injured in the context of electoral violence.
Congress and activists of the Left Front, who forged an alliance not declared by the civic polls, made a loud protest to the office of the State Elections Commission and resorted to a blockade of roads to protest against what is called “looting votes” By the decision of the Trinamool Congress.
The protest took place after the authorities surveyed refused to meet their leaders and accepted their memory problems on voting in three Raiganj municipalities in the district of Dinajpur in the north, in the district of Murshidabad Domkal and Pujali in the district Parganas South.
SEC officials have pledged to meet with Congressional representatives and left after protesters broke the barricades of the police. However, the SEC authorities have not complied with them, citing their concerns about the survey questions.
Later, militants of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) have also expressed the same place, complaining of electoral fraud.
In Domkal, Pujali and Raiganj, Trinamool faces an undeclared seat adjustment between Congress and the Left Front.
The survey, however, was peaceful in four townships in the northern hills of Bengal: Darjeeling, Kurseong, Mirik in the district of Darjeeling and Kalimpong in the district of Kalimpong.
CPM Secretary of State Surjya Kanta Mishra claimed that the elections were far from being “free and fair”.
“At Domkal, outside the motorcycle, they attacked our workers and the voters with bombs and firearms.” The local administration was looking the other way, and gate books from the morning the elections were a farce, and three of our workers were injured when they were overthrown by Trinamool suspect, another worker suffered fractures of the limbs, “said Mishra.
It is alleged that all the voting booths were captured by Trinamool supporters in Raiganj and Pujali.
“Congressional and Left Front voting officers were expelled and electronic voting machines were damaged. Even journalists were not spared,” he said.
It demanded the revolt of the elections Domkal, Pujali and Raiganj. “But we have no illusions that new elections are impartial. This shows that it is not possible to make adequate choices as Trinamool is in power,” said the head of the CPM.
State Congress President Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury called on all his party’s candidates to withdraw Domkal polls, describing the elections as a “farce.”