New Delhi – In the panchayat elections in West Bengal, the process of violence continues for the whole day on Saturday. 18 people died, the mat daughters were ransacked. And bombs have been thrown in many villages. Arson was done Governor Dr. CV Anand Bose toured North and South 24 Parganas districts and met people at many places. He had also reached the house of the family of the person injured in the bomb attack in North 24 Parganas.
In the Panchayat elections in West Bengal, we got to see all that in the country which had become a thing of the past in the last few decades. Just before voting, such an atmosphere of terror started, which continued till late evening till the ballot boxes were filled. Voters also came under the shadow of fear due to violence, bombings, shootings, knife attacks and arson from north to south in the state. In many areas, voters did not leave their homes.
18 people lost their lives in 24 hours from Friday evening to Saturday. Workers of all political parties who died were said to be more than 50 people injured. Although the opposition parties have expressed the possibility of death of more than 30 people. The figure that has come out. According to him, the maximum number of 10 workers who died are from the ruling TMC party. Apart from this, three workers of BJP, three of Congress and two of CPIM have lost their lives. These incidents of violence took place in Murshidabad, some Bihar, East Burdwan, Malala Na Diya, North 24 Parganas and South 24 Parganas.
In Bengal, this process of republic dominance in the east of democracy continued when orders were given for the deployment of central security forces in the entire state. 1. 35 lakh security forces of the Center and the State were deployed. However, the good news is that 66 per cent polling was recorded till 5 pm across the state. Voting has been affected in the violence-hit areas. The results will come on July 11.
Let us inform that as soon as the voting started in the elections of 74 thousand panchayats of the state on Saturday morning, the period of violence started even before that. Incidents of fighting, booth looting and arson at polling booths came to the fore. With this, the whole day passed during the ruckus in front of the party workers.
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