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The Election Commission gave a strong reply to the Trinamool Congress memorandum on Mamta's injury

 

The Election Commission has written a strong word to the West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday regarding the Trinamool Congress memorandum on her being injured during the election campaign.

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The Election Commission has written a strong word to the Trinamool Congress on Thursday about West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's injuries during election campaign. The Election Commission has said that it seems unbecoming to respond to the allegations that the Commission is working in the state at the behest of 'one party special'. The Election Commission said that initially it would be said that the injury to Banerjee in Nandigram is indeed an unfortunate incident and it should be thoroughly investigated.


'We do not have law and order'

In the letter, the commission wrote, "It is also unfortunate that the alleged memorandum is full of objections and harsh statements, which raise questions only on the basis of the formation and functioning of the Election Commission." It is said that the Election Commission has taken up law and order in the name of conducting elections in the state. The Commission said, "In a way, it is like weakening the very foundations of the Indian Constitution, which is the most sacred document of democratic governance." The Commission does not take over the day-to-day governance of any state including West Bengal. '


'DGP not removed randomly'

The Election Commission said that the Director General of Police of West Bengal has not been removed without thinking. He said, "This has been done as a result of the recommendations of special observers Ajay Nayak and Vivek Dubey." Let the Election Commission on Tuesday order the removal of the state director general of police Virendra with immediate effect before the assembly elections in West Bengal. Was. Voting in 8 phases in West Bengal will begin on March 27 and elections will be held on April 29. The votes will be counted on 2 May.






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