The Trinamool Congress on Monday lodged a criticism with the Election Fee, alleging that Nandigram BJP candidate Suvendu Adhikari is harbouring criminals and placing them up in numerous resorts and visitor homes of West Bengal. In a letter to the chief electoral officer, TMC chief Derek O’Brien claimed that regardless of the native police being apprised of this, no motion had been taken.
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who can be the TMC boss, is locked in a fierce contest along with her protege-turned-adversary Adhikari in Nandigram in East Midnapore district, which works to polls within the second part on April 1.
In a separate letter to the CEO, the ruling get together mentioned there have been cases of sales space capturing and rigging throughout the first part of polls held on March 27, including that “anti-social parts” of the BJP are tenting within the district to “create large-scale violence”.
The TMC urged the fee to take these “criminals” into preventive custody within the curiosity of free and honest polls.
The get together additionally demanded that there ought to be no deployment of armed police personnel from Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh and different BJP-ruled states throughout the remaining seven phases of the meeting polls.