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Mamata Banerjee Didn’t Disclose 5 Police Cases: BJP’s Poll Complaint


Kolkata:

Bengal’s ruling Trinamool Congress on Tuesday refuted a BJP ballot grievance – that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had did not disclose 5 police circumstances towards her whereas submitting nomination papers for the essential September 30 Bhabanipur bypoll.

The Trinamool declared Ms Banerjee – who should win the bypoll to stay Chief Minister after failing to win the Nandigram seat within the April-Could election – was solely required to reveal circumstances if she is definitely named within the cost sheet.

Earlier the Chief Election Agent for the BJP’s Priyanka Tibrewal – the occasion’s candidate for the bypoll – wrote to the Bhabanipur Returning Officer to register his grievance.

5 police circumstances have been filed towards Ms Banerjee and she or he had did not disclose these particulars, the agent wrote.

All 5 cited circumstances towards Ms Banerjee have been filed in Assam.

The same grievance was filed towards her earlier than the April-Could election.

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