Thursday’s ‘high voltage’ match was to end the smooth voting process in Nandigram before the commission. Starting from the central forces, multiple measures are being taken for the Nandigram assembly. The commission even set up surveillance with drones in Nandigram to ensure smooth conduct of polls. There were fears of unrest in more than one place. Notable among them were Sonachura, Bhangabera, Garachakraberia. In the second phase of voting on Thursday, the voting process ended in this area of Nandigram.
Useless web casting in most of the booths in Nandigram
Web casting system in 75% of Nandigram booths
The Election Commission arranges web casting
Complaints of network problems and turning the camera on in many booths
Due to this, there is a problem in monitoring the direct vote
In the second phase, there was a problem with the camera in web casting in about 2,000 booths
Sudip Jain wants a report on network problems
Allegations of obstruction of voting are against the grassroots
Trinamool-BJP supporters quarrel in the booth premises
Excitement at booths 205 and 206
RAF, central forces at the scene to control the situation
Allegation of baton charge to stop the riots
Two grassroots activists and one BJP activist were injured
At that time, when there was a thunderstorm around Mamata in that booth of Boyal, Shuvendu Adhikari claimed, ‘The game is over. 70 percent of the votes have been cast in that booth. There is nothing left to do now. ‘ But Mamata raised the issue and complained, ‘Goons from Bihar and Uttar Pradesh are coming and causing trouble. Those who are in trouble, not a single one knows Bengali. All speak Hindi. ‘
# Kolkata: Voting today at 9 centers in East Midnapore. Voting in Nandigram, Tamluk, Pashkura East, Pashkura West, Maina, Nandakumar, Mahishadal, Haldia, Chandipur. Deployment of 19,900 paramilitaries.
Voting in 9 centers in West Midnapore. Voting in Sadar, Narayangarh, Sabang, Pingla, Debra, Daspur, Ghatal, Chandrakona, Keshpur. About 21,000 paramilitaries deployed. 8 thousand state police.
Nandigram in the election. Today is the Great War in Kurukshetra. The eyes of the whole country are on Nandigram. Mamata vs. Shuvendu clash in high voltage seat. Coalition candidate Meenakshi Mukherjee. The Election Commission is very strict to ensure free and fair voting in Nandigram. The whole village is surrounded by security. Section 144 issued 48 hours ago. Arrests will be made only if more than five people gather. The force has been increased.
The Commission is keeping a close eye on Nandigram. In Nandigram, 2,200 Central Army personnel will be present in all the booths in Nandigram. In most of the booths in Nandigram, there will be 6 paramilitaries. Vote in Gosaba, Patharpratima, Kakdwip and Sagar. Deployed 6,200 paramilitaries.
Vote at that center in Bankura. Voting in Taldangra, Bankura, Barajora, Onda, Bishnupur, Kotulpur, Indus and Sonamukhi. 1,600 paramilitaries deployed in the security of 2,171 booths. 5 thousand 522 state police were also deployed.