KOLKATA: As West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is sitting on dharna at Gandhi Murti in Kolkata on Tuesday, as a mark of protest after the Election Commission (EC) imposed a ban on her for 24 hours from campaigning, an Eastern Command official knowledgeable that No Objection Certificate (NOC) has not been issued yet for the protest on the venue.
“We acquired an utility from Trinamool Congress (TMC) at 9:40 am, for a No Objection Certificate (NOC) for Kolkata’s Gandhi Murti as the world falls below Army’s jurisdiction. It is below course of and NOC hasn’t been issued yet,” mentioned an Eastern Command Official.
Mamata is sitting on dharna at Gandhi Murti in Kolkata on Tuesday, as a mark of protest after the Election Commission (EC) imposed a ban on her for 24 hours from campaigning in any method from 8 pm on April 12 until 8 pm on April 13.
While sitting on the dharna she is conserving herself busy by portray.
The Election Commission on Monday banned Mamata Banerjee from campaigning within the ongoing state elections for 24 hours and mentioned she had made “extremely insinuating and provocative remarks laden with the intense potential of the breakdown of regulation and order and thereby affecting the election course of”.
The ban comes into power forward of the fifth part of Assembly polls within the state on April 17.
The ballot panel in its order condemned her statements “portent with critical regulation and order issues throughout the state (s)” and sternly warned her.
It suggested her “to desist from utilizing such statements whereas making public utterances throughout the interval when Model Code of Conduct is in power.”