EC orders repolling at Barasat, Mathurapur in West Bengal today

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Clashes broke out between supporters of Trinamool Congress (TMC), Indian Secular Front (ISF) and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in varied areas of the state in the seventh and ultimate part of Lok Sabha polls on June 1

The Election Commission has ordered repolling at one polling station every in the Barasat and Mathurapur Lok Sabha constituencies in West Bengal on Monday, a day earlier than the counting of votes. As per the order from the ballot physique, repolling shall be performed at 61 Kadambagachi Saradar Pada FP School, Room No 2 of 120-Deganga Assembly Constituency in 17 Barasat Parliamentary Constituency and 26 Aaddir Mahal Srichaitanya Bidyapith FP School of 131-Kakdwip Assembly Constituency in 20-Mathurapur (SC) Parliamentary Constituency in West Bengal.

“I am directed to state that on the basis of reports received from the concerned RO/the concerned DEO/the Observers of 17-Barasat PC and 20-Mathurapur (SC) PC. regarding poll taken for General Election to Lok Sabha for West Bengal State, 2024, held on 1 June, 2024 and after taking all material circumstances into account, the Commission, hereby declares under sub-section (2) of Section 58 of the

Representation of the People Act, 1951, that the poll taken on 1 June, 2024 for aforesaid election at the following polling stations (as mentioned in Column 3 of the table below) to be void and appoints 3 June, 2024 as the date and fixes the hours as mentioned in Column (4) of the table below, for taking a fresh poll at the said polling stations in accordance with Commission’s instructions contained in paragraphs 13.62 of Chapter XIII of Hand Book for Returning Officer, 2023,” the Election Commission stated in a letter to the Chief Electoral Officer of West Bengal.

Clashes broke out between supporters of Trinamool Congress (TMC), Indian Secular Front (ISF) and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in varied areas of the state in the seventh and ultimate part of Lok Sabha polls on June 1.

An alleged conflict broke out between Trinamool Congress and BJP employees at Bayarbari in West Bengal’s Basirhat amid the seventh and ultimate part of polling in the Lok Sabha elections on Saturday. A conflict additionally broke out between TMC and BJP employees at Meraganj in West Bengal’s South 24 Parganas district, leaving a number of folks injured.

Meanwhile, as West Bengal police went to arrest an alleged accused in Saturday’s violence in Basirhat’s Sandeshkhali, the native ladies resisted and a scuffle broke out on Sunday. The police had come to arrest BJP employee Sadhan Nandi. 

-ANI

 


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