Bhabanipur bypolls: The Calcutta High Court has refused to stay the elections to be held in Bhabanipur on 30 September. This has shocked the BJP – Didi is happy.
Bhabanipur bypolls: The Calcutta High Court on Tuesday refused to stay the September 30 by-election in Bhawanipur, a high profile seat in West Bengal. While this decision of the court has dealt a big blow to the BJP, it is a matter of great relief for CM Mamta Banerjee. Let us tell you that on Monday, there was a deadly attack on Bharatiya Janata Party leader Dilip Ghosh and politics had intensified after the attack. After this, many BJP leaders were demanding to postpone the by-election to be held in Bhawanipur.Also Read – West Bengal By Election 2021: Votes will be cast on September 30 for three seats, declared a public holiday
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Let us inform that in view of the violence before the by-election, the BJP delegation met the Election Commission officials in Kolkata on Monday and appealed to implement Section 144 in Bhawanipur constituency on the day of the by-election on 30 September. Demanded to conduct elections in the presence of forces. This delegation was led by Swapna Dasgupta and also included Shishir Bajoria and Pratap Banerjee. Also Read – West Bengal By Election 2021: How much property does Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee have, do you know…
Dilip Ghosh made this allegation
BJP National Vice President Dilip Ghosh said that I have been attacked during the election campaign and he said that if a leader like us is attacked then common people will come out of the house and vote, I do not expect it. It is not possible to have a fair election, so the election should be canceled. Elections should be held when the environment is favorable and the Election Commission is able to ensure the safety of its candidates.
Clash between CM Mamta-Priyanka Tibrewal in Bhawanipur
CM Mamata Banerjee is the candidate from TMC in Bhawanipur seat. At the same time, BJP has fielded Priyanka Tibrewal. The ruling party Trinamool Congress and the main opposition party BJP are face to face. The star campaigners of both the parties are working hard to woo the public. In Bengal, assembly by-elections are to be held on 30 September on three seats including Bhawanipur.