#Kolkata: The Election Commission (EC) has sent a letter to Priyanka Tibrewal, a BJP candidate from Bhabanipur, alleging irregularities. Allegedly, on the day of submission of Priyanka Tibrewal’s nomination, BJP supporters illegally gathered in violation of the commission’s guidelines. The Trinamool Congress first lodged a complaint with the commission The same allegations were made against the BJP candidate by the police Despite Priyanka Tibrewal’s allegations, the Trinamool is deliberately making such allegations to stop her campaign.
Bhabanipur BJP candidate Priyanka Tibrewal submitted her nomination at the Survey Building in Alipore on Monday, September 13. In a letter to Priyanka Tibrewal on behalf of the Election Commission, it was alleged that an illegal rally in support of the BJP candidate was held on Shambhunath Pandit Street before going to submit nominations, at least 500 people. A large number of bikes and cars were also parked there. Dhunuchi dances were also organized. BJP candidates also took part in the rally. 6 against
As ambulances carrying patients from SSKM Hospital and Shambhunath Pandit Hospital pass through the road, the police requested to remove the crowd from the road. Shuvendu Adhikari was also present at the spot at that time, the commission’s letter said Allegedly, the road was not cleared despite repeated requests
The letter from the Returning Officer at the Bhabanipur Center alleged that several BJP leaders and people’s representatives were present when Priyanka Tibrewal was on her way to nominate. They were accompanied by a large number of security personnel and vehicles Allegedly, the commission did not comply with any of the guidelines
The Returning Officer of Bhabanipur Center has demanded that Priyanka be held accountable for not following the guidelines laid down by the commission. The letter also requested the commission on behalf of Bhabanipur and Alipore police stations not to allow the BJP candidate to campaign for violating the rules.
However, Priyanka has denied all the allegations made by the commission He countered, “The Election Commission has sent a letter.” Trinamool has complained Shuvenduda and I were in the same car And the rest of the leaders reached Alipore in their cars like themselves Besides, I am not responsible for the cars and bikes that were running on the road There was no party flag in any of the vehicles The grassroots are scared and want to stop my campaign.
Police objected to the chanting of the BJP candidate’s kirtan in Bhabanipur on the same day after allegations of breach of rules surfaced while submitting nominations. The BJP candidate started a heated argument with the police