April 20, 2021

The Times of Bengal

Manusher Sathe,Manusher Pashe

Chief Secretary calls for report, VVIP Security Commission on high alert – News18 Beganli

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#Kolkata: The Election Commission has called for a report from the state chief secretary on the incident in which Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee injured her leg. It has been directed to submit the report by 5 pm tomorrow, Friday

The Chief Minister was injured in the leg during the election campaign in Birulia, Nandigram yesterday Trinamool leadership including Mamata Banerjee has accused of conspiracy in this incident Wednesday’s incident also raised questions about how strong police security was during the chief minister’s campaign. That is why the Election Commission has become more active in the incident of injury to the leg of the Chief Minister

According to sources, the commission has asked the state chief secretary for a detailed account of Wednesday’s incident. The commission wanted to know in detail whether adequate security measures were put in place during the Chief Minister’s campaign, how the incident took place and what were the reasons behind it. After the incident, Mamata herself complained that there was no police security in her campaign

It is learned that East Midnapore district police has already submitted a preliminary investigation report in Navanne after Wednesday’s incident. The district magistrate and police superintendent went to the spot and talked to the locals The commission also directed the SPs of all the districts to be more vigilant in providing security to the VVIPs during the election campaign. Adequate number of police force should be deployed

Tuhin Das Chandra





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