How did Mamata get hurt? EC not satisfied with Chief Secretary's reply

Kolkata: The Election Commission (EC) is not satisfied with the report of state Chief Secretary Alapan Bandopadhyay in the case of an accident with West Bengal CM and Trinamool Congress (TMC) supremo Mamata Banerjee. The Commission has asked the Chief Secretary to give a more detailed and clear report. This report has to be submitted by 5 pm on Saturday. Both observers will also be able to report only till Saturday evening. The Commission has given them time till Saturday evening.

Special Police Supervisor Vivek Dubey and Special Supervisor Ajay Nayak will now submit the report after completing the investigation related to this incident and other matters. According to the sources of the Commission, on Friday, the Chief Secretary submitted the report to the Commission within the stipulated time, but much of the information in it is not clear and will raise doubts. Because the facts are mentioned, but the reasons for the incident are not clear. It is not clear what the real cause of the incident is. It is also not known from the report where and how this incident happened.

The Chief Secretary has written in his report on the factual things like crowd pressure, tight road, iron pole on the side of the road, closing of the door jerk, injury to the leg that came out of Mamata Banerjee, but the report till a decision. Does not help in reaching.

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