Thu. Apr 25th, 2024
Detailed police report on Dinhata violence submitted to ECI

Kolkata: The West Bengal Police on Wednesday submitted a specific report to the place of work of the state Main Electoral Officer (CEO) on the clashes among the supporters of the ruling Trinamool Congress and the opposition BJP at Dinhata in Cooch Behar district on Tuesday night.

The place of work of the CEO has forwarded the report to the Election Commission of India (ECI), sources said.

Udayan Guha, the Trinamool MLA from Dinhata who’s also the North Bengal Enhancement Minister, and BJP’s Cooch Behar MP and Union Minister Nisith Pramanik have been current in the course of the clash, with each accusing each and every other of instigating violence.

Resources in the CEO’s place of work explained the poll panel is taking critical be aware of the matter thinking about its gravity, as the two senior ministers from opposing camps were being noticed dashing toward every other in the middle of the clash.

An FIR has been lodged in opposition to Pramanik and 44 BJP workers in the scenario.

“The issue was introduced to the observe of the poll panel on Tuesday night time by itself. The District Justice of the peace and the Superintendent of Police, Cooch Behar district, had been also directed to continue to keep a close view on the developments. On Wednesday, a detailed report was forwarded to the Election Commission in Delhi,” stated a supply in the point out CEO’s business office.

Previously on Wednesday, West Bengal Governor C.V. Ananda Bose also sought a thorough report from the recently-appointed DGP, Sanjoy Mukherjee, in this issue.

The Governor also visited Dinhata in the afternoon to inspect the ground scenario.

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