New Delhi: Trinamool Congress has said that the state police will not be allowed in the polling booths in West Bengal. The group of MPs met with Election Commission officials and appealed.
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee led the Trinamool Congress. The state assembly elections will be held in eight phases from March 27 to March 29.
Following this, a group of MPs, including Saugata Roy Yashwant Sinha of the Trinamool Congress, met Election Commission officials in Delhi and filed a petition yesterday. Its details: It has been reported that the Election Commission has decided to allow only the Central Security Forces in the West Bengal polling booths and to stop the state police 100 meters ahead.
If this is true, it will bring great disrepute to the West Bengal police administration. Therefore, definite information should be given from the official level about this announcement. The Election Commission is dealing with a discriminatory and biased approach in the West Bengal elections. Therefore, it is becoming clear day by day that an election with honest independence and transparency is not possible in West Bengal.