Bengal elections: BJP writes letter to EC, says, 'Force to be posted 15 days before voting'

Jan 22 2021 11:23 AM
Bengal elections: BJP writes letter to EC, says, 'Force to be posted 15 days before voting'

Kolkata: Political war has intensified ahead of the West Bengal assembly elections. Amidst preparations for the election, the BJP has demanded that central security forces be deployed in Bengal 15 days before voting.

The BJP's Bengal unit has written to the Union Election Commission in this regard. The BJP demands that central security forces be deployed in Bengal fifteen days before voting. Live webcast of polling stations that are sensitive. In the last several elections in Bengal, there have been incidents of looting, fighting and violence in the polling booths. That is why the BJP is still focusing on this issue.

The BJP has already demanded a premature implementation of the code of conduct in Bengal. In this meeting, the Trinamool Congress (TMC) alleged that the BJP is pressuring the villagers to vote with the help of BSF in border areas and creating an atmosphere in their favour.

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