West Bengal BJP may move court over Bhabanipur bypoll announcement: Dilip Ghosh | India News – Times of India

KOLKATA: West Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh on Monday mentioned that his get together is pondering of transferring the court over the problem of by-election in Bhabanipur meeting constituency.
The get together is taking the opinion of legal professionals after which a last determination might be taken, he mentioned.
“The state is not allowing local trains to ply. They are not allowing more than 50 guests in a function. They are arresting people who are congregating for some purpose and they are going for the election,” the Bengal BJP chief mentioned.
“This double standards cannot continue. Either they will have to say there is no corona in the state or they will have to suspend the polls. There will be a gathering of thousands in the election meeting of Mamata Banerjee. Is there anyone who can arrest them? They will only arrest Dilip Ghosh, Suvendu Adhikari and the BJP supporters,” Ghosh mentioned.
“We are taking the opinion of the lawyers and if needed we will move the court. This cannot continue,” Ghosh who went to satisfy a BJP lady supporter in a personal hospital in Bidhannagar mentioned. The lady, who’s a resident of Durgapur in East Burdwan, tried to commit suicide after she was humiliated when she went to take her vaccine on Sunday.
The election commission on Saturday introduced the date for the by-election in Bhabanipur and elections in two different meeting constituencies – Samserganj and Jangipur in Murshidabad district. The elections in these three constituencies might be held on September 30 and the counting is on October 3.
The by-election at Bhabanipur from the place chief minister Mamata Banerjee is contesting triggered controversy as a result of the fee, in its notification, talked about that the by-election on this constituency is being taken as a particular case on the request of the federal government of West Bengal. The fee deferred the polls of 31 different meeting constituencies throughout the nation which might be mendacity vacant as a result of of the pandemic scenario.
Earlier, chief of opposition, Suvendu Adhikari raised the identical concern and mentioned, “There is no understanding between the Election Commission and the BJP. Will the Election Commission be able to explain why by-elections are not being held in 31 assembly constituencies in the country? The state chief secretary Hare Krishna Dwivedi wrote to the election commission that if there is no by-election in Bhabanipur, there will be a constitutional crisis in the state. He can’t write that. By-elections are not being held in six more constituencies. What complication is being created for that? We will make this an issue”.

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