West Bengal Meeting Elections 2021: BJP calls for cancellation of CM Mamata Banerjee’s nomination from Nandigram

 

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Purba Medinipur: Launching a scathing assault on West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, Bharatiya Janata Occasion (BJP) chief Suvendu Adhikari on Monday known as former “a liar”.

Addressing a public assembly in Tamluk, Adhikari mentioned, “Mamata Banerjee submitted her nomination from Nandigram. I objected towards it in the present day. There are six circumstances that she has not talked about in her nomination paper. In 2018, 5 circumstances have been filed in Assam, however she didn’t point out them. One other case is pending with the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). She didn’t point out that too. Her basis is predicated on lies, she is a liar.”

In the meantime, the BJP delegation visited the workplace of the Chief Electoral Officer in Kolkata on Monday demanding the cancellation of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s nomination from Nandigram.

“We demanded the Election Fee to cancel the chief minister’s nomination as she has six circumstances towards her however her affidavit doesn’t point out them. Earlier, the returning officer ignored our request,” mentioned BJP chief Shishir Bajoria.

Nandigram will witness probably the most high-profile contest of West Bengal elections with Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee taking up her former ministerial colleague Suvendu Adhikari, who had joined BJP in December final 12 months. Adhikari had earlier mentioned that BJP will defeat Banerjee by over 50,000 votes from Nandigram. Elections to the 294-member West Bengal Meeting can be held in eight phases ranging from March 27 with the ultimate spherical of voting going down on April 29. The counting of votes will happen on Could 2.