Bengal Holds Panchayat Polls- 6 Killed in Bombing and Shooting

Bengal Holds Panchayat Polls- 6 Killed in Bombing and Shooting

The villagers caught nine men who were stamping ballot papers in a booth, In Bagda of North 24 Parganas district. The Bodo Khotimali in Cooch district reported a complete polling at 8 a.m.

Violence during the West Bengal panchayat election killed six people. The election is being conducted on Monday after weeks of fickleness even as booth abducts and collisions took place in many parts of the state.

Taibur Gayen, a youth was killed and two others were severely injured after the brutal crude bombs were impelled at them apparently by the supporters of the ruling party at Amdanga in North 24 Parganas district. However, the MLA Tanmay Bhattacharya asserted that Gayen was their party supporter.

Sanjit Pramanik a 27-year-old citizen, died from the effect of bullet wounds on his chest and abdomen in Santipur of Nadia district.

Ariful Gazi a Trinamool Congress Supporter was shot dead on the way to the booth in Kultali of South 24 Parganas.

Tapan Mondal, a BJP worker was succumbed to death after being hit by a bomb in Beldanga of Murshidabad. He was hurdling towards the booth in order to cast his vote.

Trinamool supporters were too vile as they burnt the couple Debu Das and Uma Das in Budhakhali gram panchayat in Namkhana of South 24 Parganas district.

Ballot papers are used to conduct the elections. Most women in the West Bengal provinces were seen waiting in long queues outside polling stations from 6 am.

The Chief Minister of Bengal Mamta Banerjee suggested people and political parties not to pay attention to fake videos and be a peaceful part of the elections. In order to assure complete peace 1, 54,500 cops from all neighboring provinces have been deployed in Bengal.

It was unproven that BJP has brought people from Bangladesh for unshackling violence.

by TNBC Staff Reporter on May 14, 2018

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