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Derek O'Brien Says that Violence is under control!

Dekh News 2018-05-15 21:47:28
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West Bengal Panchayat Elections Reports Live: Derek O’Brien Says that Violence is under control


West Bengal Panchayat Elections Reports Live: Derek O’Brien Says that Violence is under control: You all may know that the 13 people were killed and a lot got injured during the West Bengal panchayat elections violence. You all should know that clashes broke out at several places between rival groups on Monday and killed a lot of people which is unexpected. Also, some reports are saying that ballot boxes were set on fire, vehicles burnt and poll officials attacked. You all should know that this whole scenario is going to affect everything and it is bad.



Sources are saying that the Trinamool Congress has already won 20,163 of the total 58,692 seats unopposed. Some records are saying that the Panchayati Raj was introduced and since then the war has started. Some people are saying that it’s a battle of survival for the Left and Congress; the BJP hopes to put up a fight and establish itself as the main opposition party. The rural polls are expected to reflect trends with regard to the position of various opposition parties ahead of the parliamentary elections.

Some reports are saying that Voter turnout in West Bengal panchayat poll till 5 pm is 72.5%. Some reports are saying that CPI(M) leader Sitaram Yechury dismisses the remarks of Derek O’ Brien that violence occurred during the Left rule too, saying if that was true, Mamata Banerjee would never have come to power in the state. You all can say that it is going to affect the whole thing of election and the government didn’t accept that.

You all should know that the government said they are defensive and guilty. Media is showing what is happening and everything is out. If this was happening during Left Front rule, then the TMC government would never have come in Bengal and the chief minister would not have been the chief minister of Bengal said by the CPI(M) general secretary Yechury.