- Mamata Banerjee dialled Governor Jagdeep Dhankar from Nandigram
- Trinamool earlier complained of sales space seize and rigging
- Bengal is witnessing one of many fiercest ballot battles in Nandigram
Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee dialled Governor Jagdeep Dhankar from Nandigram at the moment amid a face-off with BJP staff. Nandigram — the centrepiece of the Bengal elections the place the Chief Minister is dealing with protege-turned arch rival Suvendu Adhikari — is voting at the moment.
The Chief Minister, who was monitoring the proceedings from her house in Nandigram, left round 1 pm as Trinamool leaders complained of sales space seize and rigging.
Alleging that goons “from other states are creating ruckus here”, Ms Banerjee stated, “I have lodged 63 poll-related complaints since morning, no action has been taken by the Election Commission”.