Panchayat elections are going on amidst heavy violence in West Bengal. There are reports of firing and firing from many places. So far 9 people have lost their lives in this gruesome violence. Police is looking helpless. Meanwhile, a shocking case related to the failure of the administration has come to the fore.

Voters allegedly set ballot boxes on fire at a polling booth in Baranchina, Dinhata in Cooch Behar district of Bengal, according to news agency .. The police kept watching the spectacle. Meanwhile, the statement of Leader of Opposition and BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari has also come to the fore.

Expressing displeasure over the incidents of violence, LOP and West Bengal BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari said that this is not an election, it is a decree of death. He said that the entire state has come under the grip of violence.

Central forces are not deployed here. CCTVs are not working. This vote is not loot. This is the collusion of TMC goons and police and that is why so many murders are happening.


According to the Election Commission, TMC has the maximum number of 61,591 candidates for 63,229 gram panchayat seats in 22 districts. While 38,475 candidates of BJP are in the fray. In view of the incidents of violence, adequate security arrangements have been made.

The process of violence continues in the Panchayat elections. The daughter of an independent candidate has been shot dead in Hooghly. Allegedly TMC workers shot the candidate’s daughter in the forehead. After the incident, the seriously injured girl has been taken to a medical college in Kolkata, where she is undergoing treatment.

Rahul Dev

Cricket Jounralist at Newsdesk

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