- Earlier within the day, Banerjee was injured within the leg after being allegedly pushed by unidentified folks close to a temple at Reyapara space throughout campaigning at Nandigram.
PUBLISHED ON MAR 10, 2021 09:14 PM IST
The Congress on Wednesday alleged that the ‘assault’ on West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee in Nandigarm is a ‘drama’ to achieve sympathy forward of the state meeting elections.
“That is ‘siyasi pakhand’ to achieve sympathy. Earlier than polls, she (Mamata Banerjee) deliberate this ‘nautanki’ after sensing difficulties in Nandigram. Not simply CM, she is Police Mantri’ too. Are you able to imagine that there was no Police with Police Mantri?,” Congress’ Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury advised information company ANI.
Earlier within the day, Banerjee was injured within the leg after being allegedly pushed by unidentified folks close to a temple at Reyapara space throughout campaigning at Nandigram.
“Few folks pushed me once I was close to my automotive. I suffered an harm in my leg,” Banerjee advised ANI.
In the meantime, the Election Fee of India (ECI) has sought a report from the state police on the alleged assault on Banerjee at Nandigram constituency, through which she was injured, an official mentioned.
“We’ve sought a report from the state police administration. The report have to be despatched shortly,” the official of the state CEO’s workplace mentioned.
Banerjee alleged that no native police personnel have been close to her when 4 or 5 folks might need intentionally pushed her inflicting the harm.
Banerjee had filed her nomination from Nandigram seat for the upcoming Meeting elections within the state. Following this, she visited the Durga Mandir in Shibrampur village.
West Bengal will witness eight-phased Meeting polls starting March 27. The tenure of the sixteenth Legislative Meeting of West Bengal will finish on Might 30 this 12 months. A complete of seven,34,07,832 voters will select their consultant for the seventeenth Legislative Meeting of West Bengal.
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