General Elections 2019: Hostility in Bengal, Mob Tear-Gassed, Left Leader Md Salim's Car Attacked

General Elections 2019: Hostility in Bengal, Mob Tear-Gassed, Left Leader Md Salim
General Elections 2019: Hostility in Bengal, Mob Tear-Gassed, Left Leader Md Salim's Car Attacked Mahima Arora

General Elections 2019: Hostility in Bengal, Mob Tear-Gassed, Left Leader Md Salim's Car Attacked

Viciousness was seen some areas of the Bengal during the second part of the Lok Sabha elections 2019.

Lok  Sabha elections 2019: Polling is going down on Bengal's 3 seats presently within the second part of the elections. Apart from Darjeeling and Raiganj, voting was also conducted for Jalpaiguri seat.

 

KOLKATA:

 Viciousness was seen in a few spots in Bengal, with the vehicle of an applicant being assaulted in one occurrence. Stones were tossed at the vehicle of CPM competitor Mohammad Salim, as he was on approach to making his choice in Patagora of Raigunj voting demographic.

Mr Salim is facing the Congress' sitting official Deepa Dasmunsi. Before Deepa Dasmunsi, her better half Priya Ranjan Dasmunsi held the seat since 1999.

"Trinamool-supported rapscallions accumulated inside 100 meters of a surveying station in Islampur'sPatagora. They were endeavouring to scare the voters. When I attempted to go there, they assaulted my vehicle," Mr Salim was cited as saying by news organization IANS. The police, he stated, is "not making any move against the Trinamool goons".

The decision party, he asserted, has intended to catch corners and apparatus the votes where the focal power faculty are not sent. "They are halting the authentic voters," he asserted.

 Brutality likewise occurred almost a stall in the Girpar in a similar voting demographic, where voters hindered the National Highway 34, asserting that obscure frauds did not enable them to cast a ballot, pushing the police to utilize twirly doos.

Around 200 km away, in Chopra under Darjeeling seat, another gathering obstructed the expressway - the National Highway 31 - too, asserting they were not permitted to cast a ballot. The police utilized twirly doos and poisonous gas, lastly terminated noticeable all around to scatter the horde. The Central powers have now landed in the region. Surveying is occurring on Bengal's three seats today in the second period of the races.

Other than Darjeeling and Raiganj, casting a ballot is being held likewise for the Jalpaiguri situate.

The BJP has won the Darjeeling seat twice in succession - in 2009 and 2014 - piggybacking on the nearby statehood development.

 The interest for Gorkhaland from local people of slope areas of Darjeeling and Kalimpong has been on since the 1980s. The legislature of Mamata Banerjee and the CPM government before her has would not permit the division of Bengal for the third time.

In 2009, the seat was won by BJP stalwart Jaswant Singh, in 2014, the mallet was conveyed by SS Ahluwalia

. This time, the decision Trinamool Congress, out to wrest the seat, has handled Amar Singh Rai against the BJP's Raju Singh Bisht. The Congress, which is challenging the vast majority of the state's 42 seats, has handled Shankar Malakar.

The CPM, as well, is in the race, with hopeful Saman Pathak. The state has so far seen around 16.7 per cent surveying.

Also Read: 
Dates announced for Lok Sabha Elections 2019 

Allegations of savagery originated from Purulia as well, where a 22-year-old individual from the BJP's childhood wing, SisupalSahis, was discovered dangling from a tree in Senabana town toward the beginning of today.

While the police have begun an examination, the BJP has guaranteed he was killed by the goons of Trinamool Congress.

Source: NDTV India

Lok  Sabha elections 2019: Polling is going down on Bengal's 3 seats presently within the second part of the elections. Apart from Darjeeling and Raiganj, voting was also conducted for Jalpaiguri seat.

 

KOLKATA:

 Viciousness was seen in a few spots in Bengal, with the vehicle of an applicant being assaulted in one occurrence. Stones were tossed at the vehicle of CPM competitor Mohammad Salim, as he was on approach to making his choice in Patagora of Raigunj voting demographic.

Mr Salim is facing the Congress' sitting official Deepa Dasmunsi. Before Deepa Dasmunsi, her better half Priya Ranjan Dasmunsi held the seat since 1999.

"Trinamool-supported rapscallions accumulated inside 100 meters of a surveying station in Islampur'sPatagora. They were endeavouring to scare the voters. When I attempted to go there, they assaulted my vehicle," Mr Salim was cited as saying by news organization IANS. The police, he stated, is "not making any move against the Trinamool goons".

The decision party, he asserted, has intended to catch corners and apparatus the votes where the focal power faculty are not sent. "They are halting the authentic voters," he asserted.

 Brutality likewise occurred almost a stall in the Girpar in a similar voting demographic, where voters hindered the National Highway 34, asserting that obscure frauds did not enable them to cast a ballot, pushing the police to utilize twirly doos.

Around 200 km away, in Chopra under Darjeeling seat, another gathering obstructed the expressway - the National Highway 31 - too, asserting they were not permitted to cast a ballot. The police utilized twirly doos and poisonous gas, lastly terminated noticeable all around to scatter the horde. The Central powers have now landed in the region. Surveying is occurring on Bengal's three seats today in the second period of the races.

Other than Darjeeling and Raiganj, casting a ballot is being held likewise for the Jalpaiguri situate.

The BJP has won the Darjeeling seat twice in succession - in 2009 and 2014 - piggybacking on the nearby statehood development.

 The interest for Gorkhaland from local people of slope areas of Darjeeling and Kalimpong has been on since the 1980s. The legislature of Mamata Banerjee and the CPM government before her has would not permit the division of Bengal for the third time.

In 2009, the seat was won by BJP stalwart Jaswant Singh, in 2014, the mallet was conveyed by SS Ahluwalia

. This time, the decision Trinamool Congress, out to wrest the seat, has handled Amar Singh Rai against the BJP's Raju Singh Bisht. The Congress, which is challenging the vast majority of the state's 42 seats, has handled Shankar Malakar.

The CPM, as well, is in the race, with hopeful Saman Pathak. The state has so far seen around 16.7 per cent surveying.

Also Read: 
Dates announced for Lok Sabha Elections 2019 

Allegations of savagery originated from Purulia as well, where a 22-year-old individual from the BJP's childhood wing, SisupalSahis, was discovered dangling from a tree in Senabana town toward the beginning of today.

While the police have begun an examination, the BJP has guaranteed he was killed by the goons of Trinamool Congress.

Source: NDTV India

Latest Posts





Top Authors

Most Commented

Featured Videos

Categories

Tags