The attempt by Trinamool Congress to create controversy after accidents sustained by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has backfired, mentioned Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) National General Secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya on Saturday.
He mentioned that the district administration in addition to Election Commission has referred to as the incident in Nandigram an “accident”.
“Reports of district administration and EC have referred to as it an accident. Mamata ji has mentioned that she was pushed. It is a controversy between governance and administration. This attempt of stirring controversy and acquire sympathy has backfired,” mentioned Vijayvargiya after BJP’s central election committee assembly in Delhi.
“We usually are not fearful. Those (TMC) who tried to make use of the flawed means to achieve sympathy from individuals ought to be fearful. They have been uncovered,” he added when requested if Banerjee’s damage might swing voters in her favour.
Banerjee, who was on a two-day go to to Nandigram from the place she filed her nomination on Wednesday, alleged that she was pushed by a number of unidentified individuals throughout election campaigning.
She had sustained extreme bone accidents on her left foot and ankle in addition to bruises and accidents on her shoulder, forearm and neck, in response to the report of her preliminary medical examination.
BJP candidate record
Meanwhile, the BJP mentioned it has finalised the names of nearly 80 candidates for the third and fourth section of the upcoming West Bengal meeting elections.
The names will probably be introduced on Sunday morning, mentioned occasion chief Rajib Banerjee after the CEC assembly.
BJP has already introduced 58 candidates for the West Bengal meeting election 2021. In the primary record, the occasion fielded newly inducted Suvendu Adhikari towards his former colleague Banerjee.
West Bengal will witness eight-phased Assembly polls starting 27 March.
The tenure of the sixteenth Legislative Assembly of West Bengal will finish on 30 May this yr. A complete of 7,34,07,832 voters will select their consultant for the seventeenth Legislative Assembly of West Bengal.
The counting will happen on 2 May.
With inputs from companies.