Saumendu Adhikari (Soumendu Adhikari), a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and brother of Suvendu Adhikari, on Saturday accused the Trinamool Congress (TMC) block president Ram Govind Das of rigging the election in three constituencies of the state and his Accused of vandalizing the car. Voting is going on today for the first phase of assembly elections in West Bengal and Assam.
According to news agency ANI, BJP leader Soumendu Adhikari alleged that TMC block president Ram Govind Das and his wife led rigging in voting at three polling stations. He said, “He could not do all this when I came, so he attacked my car and beat my driver.”
While talking on the issue, his brother and TMC leader Dibyendu Adhikari said, “I came to know that his car was attacked in Kantai with the help of Ram Govind Das, the block president of TMC. Soumendu is not injured. The driver was beaten up. I have informed the police supervisor. “
Soumendu Adhikari, a former TMC leader led by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, is one of the three members of his family who joined the ruling party BJP ahead of the elections. Apart from him, his brother Suvendu and father Sisir Adhikari also joined BJP.
“Mamta Banerjee playing Kim Jong’s style”
On this whole incident, Union Minister Giriraj Singh said, “This is due to the frustration of Mamata Banerjee. Mamta Banerjee has now moved ahead of CP (M), walking in the style of Kim Jong, the leader of Korea. Her opponents Want to kill. “
It is known that in the first phase of the three-phase assembly elections in Assam, votes are being cast for 47 seats on Saturday. A total of 264 candidates are in the fray in this phase. Assembly elections are being held in eight phases in West Bengal. Polling is being held for 30 seats in the first phase, where a total of 191 candidates are in the fray.
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