Kolkata: The Chief Secretary of West Bengal has submitted a report back to the Election Fee on Friday relating to the alleged assault on Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.
The report despatched by the Bengal authorities to the Election Fee doesn’t point out the declare of assault by four-five folks. An official of the State Election Fee revealed the event. Nonetheless, the presence of a big crowd on the scene has been talked about within the report.
The report stated that no clear footage of the place the incident came about is obtainable. Banerjee was injured in Birulia Bazar in East Medinipur district on March 10 throughout campaigning after submitting nomination papers for the Nandigram seat. Banerjee had alleged that she was injured after being manhandled ‘four-five’ folks.
“It’s not attainable to return to any conclusion”
A senior district administration official advised information company PTI, “CCTV was put in in a store within the space however it was not working. Native folks, eyewitnesses have gotten combined opinion. Subsequently, it isn’t attainable to achieve any conclusion”.
The EC requested for extra info
After submitting nomination papers for Nandigram constituency on Wednesday, Mamata Banerjee suffered leg harm after being allegedly manhandled through the election marketing campaign After the incident, the election requested the Chief Secretary Alapan Bandopadhyay, Particular Supervisor Ajay Nayak and Particular Police Supervisor Vivek Dubey to submit the report by Friday night.
The Chief Secretary has been requested to supply info by Saturday night. Since each the observers have been on a go to on Friday, they’ve demanded a time until Saturday night to submit their report.