The Election Commission has again sent warning notice to West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. The Election Commission has sent a notice for the second time on Mamta accusing the Central Security Forces of making false statements. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has been accusing the central security forces of helping the BJP and preventing the voters of Bengal from voting. In this connection, the Commission has sent notice to Mamata Banerjee for the second time. Earlier, the Election Commission had also issued notice to Mamata Banerjee on the statement that all Muslims are united.
Election Commission of India issues notice to CM and TMC leader Mamata Banerjee asking her to explain her stand by 10th April, regarding her statements against Central Forces on 28th March and 7th April.
It is not right to accuse BSF.
The notice issued by the Election Commission to Mamata Banerjee also mentions Mamata’s statements in which a Trinamool delegation accused the BSF of protecting the Bangladesh border for threatening villagers in favor of a party. The Election Commission said that it is unfortunate to accuse the TMC of being one of the best forces in the country.
Let me tell you that Mamata Banerjee had advised the voters to remain alert that the soldiers of the Central Paramilitary forces can reach the villages to intimidate and threaten the people. Addressing a public meeting at Balagarh in Hooghly district, Banerjee alleged that the central forces are acting on the instructions of the Union Home Ministry, run by Amit Shah. Banerjee said that the state police force should remain vigilant and should not bow down in front of Delhi. .