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TMC does not accept Mamata Banerjee’s defeat in Nandigram, demands re-counting of votes from Election Commission

There is a demand for counting of votes in Nandigram again. TMC leaders went to meet Election Commission officials in Kolkata with this demand.

New Delhi: Mamta Banerjee had to face defeat in Nandigram in a tough competition. She has been defeated by Shubhendu Adhikari by over 1900 votes. Although many reports earlier said that Mamata Banerjee had won from Nandigram by 1200 votes, but then the news came that Mamata Banerjee had lost in Nandigram. There has been a demand for counting of votes again on the results of Nandigram seat. TMC leaders went to meet Election Commission officials in Kolkata with this demand. Also Read – BJP MP warns, TMC MPs, Chief Ministers, MLAs will also have to come to Delhi

A TMC delegation has met Election Commission officials in Kolkata regarding the results of Nandigram. TMC has again demanded counting of votes in Nandigram. TMC said that votes should be counted again. Also Read – TMC’s Tandava Closed, Otherwise BJP Will Take to the Streets, JP Nadda Will Go to West Bengal: Kailash Vijayvargiya

At the same time, on the news of the defeat, West Bengal CM Mamta Banerjee said, “I accept the decision. But I will turn to the court because I am aware that after the declaration of the results there were some manipulations and I will disclose them. ” Explain that in the trends available for 286 seats in the ongoing counting of votes for the 292 seats of the West Bengal Assembly, the ruling Trinamool Congress is looking to regain power in the state with a lead of 212 seats, while the BJP on 78 seats is at the front

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