The CBI is probing the death of BJP worker Debabrata Maity, who was allegedly attacked in Nandigram a day after the announcement of assembly poll results on May 2 and subsequently succumbed to the injuries at SSKM Hospital here, on an order of the high court, which directed the agency to investigate post-poll violence cases in the state
Banerjee had sought recusal of Justice Kaushik Chanda from the case over alleged 'conflict of interest'.
It is scheduled to be heard by the single bench of justice Kausik Chanda at 11 am
‘Our focus is now clear: remove Modi in 2024,’ a TMC Lok Sabha MP said, requesting anonymity.
Suvendu Adhikary claimed victory in Nandigram by 1,736 votes, TMC likely to move court on counting.
After being declared the winner and loser both, suspense continues in the high-profile Bengal constituency of Nandigram
West Bengal Assembly Elections 2021: Mamata Banerjee Wins Nandigram by 1200 votes
With a 48.5 per cent votes share, the TMC looks set to be heading for a massive mandate
Amit Shah also exuded confidence of the BJP emerging victorious in the state and claimed that the saffron party will bag more than 122 of the 180 Assembly constituencies that have gone to polls, so far.
Nandigram constituency, which witnessed a battle between TMC chief Mamata Banerjee and BJP’s Suvendu Adhikari, recorded 88.01% polling—the highest polling percentage, so far
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The EC statement also said a separate handwritten complaint was received from the chief minister via the chief electoral officer (CEO) of West Bengal late in the afternoon.
West Bengal Assembly Election: The key seat still recorded a turnout of 69.53% amid allegations of voter intimidation by both TMC and the BJP
West Bengal Assembly Election 2021: Nandigram remained highly tense on Thursday as it went to polls along with 29 other constituencies in the second phase of polling
West Bengal Assembly Elections: Mamata Banerjee on Thursday slammed the Election Commission for 'inaction' despite her party lodging several poll-related complaints.
Local TMC leaders complained that their election agents were not being allowed to enter several booths.
The Nandigram seat, which is witnessing a fierce battle between Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and her one-time lieutenant-turned-foe BJP's Suvendu Adhikari, has a total of 355 polling booths and 75 per cent of them will have webcasting facility.
'We are lodging a complaint with the EC. The Election Commission must take note of it and take action,' Mamata Banerjee added.
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