#Kolkata: No leader of any political party will be able to enter Kochbihar within the next 72 hours The Election Commission issued this order due to the head-scratching incident It has been said in the notification of the commission that this instruction will be implemented immediately Tomorrow, on Sunday, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is scheduled to visit the village of Jorapatki in Shitakuchi. No political leader will be able to enter Kochbihar within the next 72 hours as per the Election Commission guidelines. As a result, it can be assumed that the visit of the Chief Minister was canceled Trinamool leader 7 reached Siliguri on the same day
The commission issued the guidelines on the basis of reports from two special observers, Ajay Naik and Vivek Dubey. The report said that from tomorrow, several party leaders could visit the area to offer condolences to the families of those killed and injured. As a result, the law and order situation in the area may deteriorate On the basis of this report, political leaders have been banned from entering Kochbihar.
The district administration, including the chief secretary and the state police DG, has also been directed to deploy adequate state police and central forces to maintain law and order in the area. The Election Commission has also asked the Chief Secretary and the DG to visit the area Two special observers, Vivek Dubey and Ajay Naik, will regularly brief the Election Commission on the situation in Kochbihar district in the next 72 hours. Besides, the commission has also directed to end the campaign 72 hours before the polling in the fifth phase of the election This instruction has been given to vote peacefully after the Kochbihar incident
The report submitted to the commission by the district administration on the same day also gave a clean chit to the central forces in the Shitalkuchi incident. The district administration’s report claimed that the villagers had surrounded the central army personnel with various sharp tools in their houses and attacked them. As a result, CISF soldiers were forced to shoot to save their lives and protect government property.