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Take action against Mamata Banerjee, BJP demands Election Commission

New Delhi, Leading News Service: BJP has once again complained to the Election Commission of West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. BJP has demanded that Mamata Banerjee used wrong and offensive words during campaigning at various places and the Election Commission should take notice of this and take necessary action. The BJP delegation met the Election Commissioner at the Election Commission office in Delhi on Monday (22nd) evening and submitted a statement of demand.

The struggle between BJP and Trinamool Congress has been going on in West Bengal since the start of Lok Sabha elections. The BJP delegation complained to the Election Commission about some of Mamata Banerjee's speeches. These include his speech in Murshidabad as well as his speech in Medinipur and Jalpaiguri. BJP has also said that some people were deliberately attacked. The BJP delegation submitted a statement to the Election Commission demanding action against Mamata Banerjee violating the model code of conduct.

“Hindus were attacked in Murshidabad and Medinipur. Ram Navami procession stopped, BJP workers threatened. In Jalpaiguri, Mamata Banerjee used the language to irritate BJP workers,” the statement said. BJP has also attached evidence in this regard. Considering the attacks on the Hindu community and the inflammatory statements made by Mamata Banerjee, this is a violation of the ideal code of conduct. Therefore, BJP demanded that action should be taken on this. The BJP delegation included BJP leaders Tarun Chugh, Anil Baluni, Om Pathak.

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