Published by: Sulaya Singha | Posted: April 11, 2021 10:25 am| Updated: April 11, 2021 10:32 am
News Daily Digital Desk: The Election Commission (EC) has banned the entry of political personalities in Kochbihar district for the next 72 hours due to unprecedented violence in the fourth phase of Bengal elections. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is also under that rule. As a result, the Trinamool leader had to cancel her visit to Kochbihar on Sunday. But he made it clear in a tweet on Sunday that he could not be detained.
The Election Commission is working on behalf of Modi. This morning, the Trinamool leader slammed the commission again on Twitter and wrote, “MCC, the model code of conduct, is called the Modi Code of Conduct. The BJP can use all of them. But there is no power in the whole world that can stop me from sharing human suffering. They will prevent me from seeing my brothers and sisters for three days. But I will reach Kochbihar on the fourth day. ” In other words, Mamata Banerjee made it clear that she would appear there even after not being able to enter Kochbihar for 72 hours as per the instructions. Although he could not reach the body at the moment, he can talk to the families of the dead in a video call today.
EC should rename MCC as Modi Code of Conduct!
BJP can use all its might but NOTHING in this world can stop me from being with my people & sharing their pain.
They can restrict me from visiting my brothers & sisters in Cooch Behar for 3 days but I WILL be there on the 4th day!
– Mamata Banerjee (aMamataOfficial) April 11, 2021
[আরও পড়ুন: অবশেষে বাংলায় ভোট প্রচারে আসছেন রাহুল গান্ধী, দোলাচলে প্রিয়াঙ্কা]
In the fourth round of voting on Saturday, Cooch Behar was the hottest day. In the middle of the day, 4 people lost their lives in the firing of the central forces at Mathabhanga of Shitalkuchi center. Their families said that everyone was a grassroots activist. There has been a lot of political pressure on this. The Election Commission is also practically uncomfortable with the whole incident. The new guidelines were issued on Saturday after receiving reports from district administrations and commission-appointed observers. It was informed that no one will be able to enter Kochbihar for 72 hours for fear of deteriorating law and order situation in the district.
[আরও পড়ুন: তৃণমূল ও বিজেপির মেরুকরণের রাজনীতিতেই রক্তাক্ত ভোটপর্ব, অভিযোগে সরব অধীর-বিমানরা]
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