Kolkata: After the attack on Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress supremo Mamta Banerjee in Nandigram, West Bengal, TMC has scrutinized the Kolkata rally of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. For this situation, the TMC assignment met the Election Commission today and requested a total investigation into the whole matter. Likewise, TMC has additionally griped about PM Modi’s discourse.
TMC requested an exhaustive examination concerning the occurrence
In the reminder put together by the Trinamool Congress to the Election Commission, it has requested a total examination concerning the Nandigram occurrence. The update additionally makes reference to PM Modi’s assertion at a detachment rally on March 7, alongside online media posts by BJP pioneers Dilip Ghosh and Soumitra Khan. TMC pioneer Saugata Roy said, “Today a group of TMC met the Election Commission. We said that the assault on Mamta Banerjee, in which she got injured, has a connect to some occurrence with it. Mamta ji was assaulted, at that point no SP of the police was there. We have requested a significant level request. The Election Commission has said that we will see it. ”
Delhi: Six member Trinamool MPs delegation arrive at Election Commission of India, to raise the Nandigram incident in which West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee suffered injuries pic.twitter.com/ExeWaCty9I
PM Modi’s assertion referenced in the Brigade Grounds rally, in which PM Modi said about Mamta’s running Scooty, “However what do we do when Scooty has chosen to fall in Nandigram.” TMC has said that our Chief Minister has not been harmed by the vehicle, rather it is an arranged scheme to hurt Mamata Banerjee. This isn’t a mishap yet an assault with legitimate arranging.
BJP and Congress are blaming Mamta for looking for compassion. In Bengal, BJP president Dilip Ghosh requested the CBI to explore the supposed assault on Mamta, and said that there is a need to research whether the occurrence was a “dramatization” to accumulate votes.