Delhi TMC MPs tied black band and met Election Commission lodged complaint of attack on Mamata Banerjee

Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday accused her of assault after filing her nomination from Nandigram seat in East Medinipur district. They told that 4 or 5 people pushed them when they were not accompanied by policemen.

New Delhi: 6 TMC MPs went to the Election Commission (EC) on Friday to complain about the alleged attack on West Bengal (West Bengal) CM Mamata Banerjee in Nandigram. During this time, everyone protested by tying a black band and appealed to the Commission to take action.

1 hour 10 minutes conversation
Six party MPs who came to Delhi under the leadership of TMC leader Saugat Roy said, ‘We held talks with the election commission for 1 hour and 10 minutes. Our issue is to take action on the attack on Mamta Banerjee in Nandigram. We told the commission that this was not an accident, but they have been intentionally hurt. BJP leader Dilip Ghosh had said, would understand by going to Nandigram.

EC is more powerful than CBI
Speaking in the same order, Roy also accused BJP candidate Shuvendu Adhikari from Nandigram seat. He said, ‘Shuvendu is threatening eyewitnesses. There should be a high level inquiry into this matter. He said that EC is the most powerful during elections. More than CBI. They should be investigated only. This conspiracy will have to be stopped by the Election Commission. The Election Commission has said to take action.

On Wednesday, Mamata Banerjee accused her of being attacked after filing her nomination from Nandigram seat. He said that 4 to 5 people pushed the car door while returning from the temple. In this accident, his leg got stuck in the car door and he got hurt. CM Mamta said, ‘This is not an accident but a conspiracy. At that time no administration person was present with me.

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No one pushed – eyewitnesses
At the time of this accident, student Suman Maiti was present on the occasion. He says that when Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee arrived here, a crowd gathered to see her and people surrounded her and stood up. During this, he suffered injuries on the neck and legs. Nobody pushed them. His car was moving slowly.

Opposition rejected the allegations
At the same time, the Opposition rejected the allegations of Mamata’s conspiracy and asked her how outsiders entered the Z + security circle. Bengal BJP vice-president Arjun Singh said that through this stunt, Mamata is trying to generate sympathy. When he talked to Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary about this, he said that Mamta has planned this public stunt, sensing the electoral difficulties.

Delhi TMC MPs tied black band and met Election Commission lodged complaint of attack on Mamata Banerjee

Delhi TMC MPs tied black band and met Election Commission lodged complaint of attack on Mamata Banerjee

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