Published by: Suparna Majumder | Posted: April 22, 2021 9:34 am | Updated: April 22, 2021 1:16 pm Dhiman Roy, Katwa: “Don’t go cold. Our government is coming in three days. Then I will see you. ” Trinamool leader (TMC Leader) Arup Midda was accused of alerting the police in the Dangapara area of Pratappur in the Ausgram assembly constituency. It is learned that several people had gathered in front of Dangapara area of Pratappur on Thursday morning. The police escort to move people to gather. That’s when Arup Midda warned about the Shitalkuchi incident. Three days later, the Trinamool (TMC) government threatened to take a look at the policemen. However, the policemen did not heed the words of Arup Middar. The gathering was soon removed. The BJP has strongly condemned the incident.
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It is to be noted that sporadic incidents have been taking place since morning in Aushagram center of Purba Bardhaman district. It has been alleged that grassroots activists have gathered in front of booths 65 and 6 in Aushagram. The BJP has accused the Ghasful Shibir of intimidation. It was also heard that BJP agents were prevented from sitting at booth number 91 in Aushagram. The Trinamool (TMC) has also been accused of intimidating voters at booths 226, 228A and 227A in Aushagram. Although later it was heard that this problem has been solved. There are also allegations against the Trinamool Congress for printing booths 223 and 224 of Aushgram Assembly. There have been allegations of pro-BJP families being prevented from voting at booth No. 50 in Aushagram. All allegations, however, have been denied by the grassroots.
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