Governor happy with Nandigram vote
In the second round of voting yesterday, there were 30 seats in four districts. A total of 74 percent votes were cast in 30 constituencies. And only Nandigram got 6 percent votes.
# Kolkata: . Because Nandigram was the center of gravity of this year’s assembly election in the second phase. Despite sporadic unrest in some places, overall peace was maintained in today’s polls. In Nandigram, 6 percent votes were cast. This time Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar praised Panchamukh for this issue.
A total of 74 percent votes were cast in 30 constituencies. And only Nandigram got 6 percent votes. And so Dhankhar praised the Central Forces and the West Bengal Police. So the governor tweeted, “West Bengal’s second round of voting has seen more than 64 per cent turnout in 30 constituencies and more than 70 per cent in Nandigram, which is very commendable. >
The governor also gave the message to the people to vote. He says, “I am appealing to everyone to vote because this is how democracy will be maintained. There is no place for violence.” Incidentally, Trinamool supremo Mamata Banerjee herself fought from Nandigram. So for so long he had rented a house in Reyapara in this center. He held meetings in different areas of Nandigram almost every day before the second phase of voting. While in Nandigram, he brought several allegations against the BJP. He alleged that the BJP has been carrying out terrorism for the last three days. He also said that foreigners are being sent to Nandigram to spread terrorism.
He also questioned the role of the central forces in the second round of voting. On Thursday, Mamata Banerjee was stuck in the Boyal booth in Nandigram for about two hours. He got the news that there was a print vote. And after that he appeared in the booth straight from the rented house in Reyapara. At that time, outside the Boyal booth, clashes between supporters of the Trinamool and BJP spread unrest in the area. The Trinamool leader stayed there for a long time as the situation was strange. Even while sitting in the booth, she spoke to Nagendranath Tripathi, the special observer of the Election Commission at that time.