#Kolkata: The Election Commission is not satisfied with the report given by the Chief Secretary regarding the injury of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in Nandigram. The commission has called for a new report within 24 hours As a result, two special observers in charge of conducting elections in the state have sent a fresh report to the chief secretary.
State Chief Secretary Alapan Bandyopadhyay had submitted a report to the commission on the same day regarding the injury of Mamata Banerjee. According to the report, the Chief Minister was injured when the door of the car was hit The report also mentioned a huge crowd at the time of the incident But the report did not say whether the chief minister’s injury was an accident or whether someone had intentionally injured the chief minister. And that is why the commission is not happy
According to sources, the Chief Secretary’s report said that a huge crowd had gathered on Birulia Road in Nandigram on the day of the incident. It has been admitted in the report that the Chief Minister was hit in the leg by the pressure of the car door However, the report of the Chief Secretary did not specify how the car door slammed shut and hit the Chief Minister’s leg.
In this incident in Nandigram, two theories came to the fore The chief minister and the grassroots leadership alleged that four or five people in the crowd deliberately closed the car door with the intention of hurting the chief minister. Another source claimed that the accident took place when the car door was hit by an iron pillar on the side of the road. According to sources, the chief secretary’s report also mentioned the crowd in the streets as well as the iron pillars. But the report did not say whether the pillar hit the car door. The report did not say whether the chief minister’s car was stopped by some people on purpose.
It is learned that the officials of the commission want to know the specific reason why the Chief Minister was injured That is why a thorough report has been sent Since the chief secretary submitted the report to the two special observers appointed by the commission, a new report has been summoned through them. Today, it has to be submitted to the Chief Secretary by Saturday
Kamalika Sen Gupta