Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders staged a protest in front of West Bengal Chief electoral office against Trinamool Congress (TMC) After BJP president Amit Shah was denied the permission to hold a rally and land his chopper in Jadavpur district of West Bengal.
BJP leader Sunil Deodhar alleged that the state is having the leadership of Mamta Banerjee and Trinamool Congress workers and leaders are acting violently against the opposition in the state.
#WATCH Kolkata: BJP protests in front of West Bengal Chief Electoral Office after Amit Shah was denied permission to hold rally & land chopper in Jadavpur; Sunil Deodhar says, "Police, admn, DM Ratnakar Rao have become 'dalal' of TMC. EC is being partial & doing 'dalali' of TMC" pic.twitter.com/DXOPPdX0B0
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While giving a statement to the reporters, Sunil Deodhar said that “there is no democracy, no law and order, and no fear of constitution in the state. He said that the police officials and the officers of the state are working at the behest of the Trinamool Congress and Mamata Banerjee.”
Reporting to the ANI, Suni Deodhar said that, “if the District Magistrate Ratnakar Rao will work according to Mamta Banerjee then he should be suspended from the post before the 7th phase of the elections take place.”
He said that “we all are sitting here to fight for free and fair elections.” Adding that the TMC leaders canceled the rally that was scheduled to be held by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Aditya Nath, it has been really difficult for BJP to campaign in West Bengal.
Reviving the statements of West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee that she does not consider the Prime Minister Narendra Modi as prime minister Sunil Deodhar said that, Jadavpur was considered as the most difficult constituency for Bharatiya Janata Party but BJP will when more than 30 seats in West Bengal.
Targeting the Election Commission said that the election commission is being partial with BJP and supporting the Trinamool Congress restricting the free and fair elections.
Voting for West Bengal has taken place in all the six phases of Lok Sabha elections the meaning constituencies will go to polls in the seventh and last phase of the Lok Sabha elections on May 19 the results will be announced on May 23.