Kolkata, 1 May-2014, Sandipan Sharma: The Election Commission’s unique eyewitness, Sudhir Kumar Rakesh, today said he couldn’t say whether the third period of surveying in Bengal was serene yet included that it was free and reasonable.
‘Delicate gear’ under requisition’s radar
The boss discretionary officer of the state, Sunil Kumar Gupta, said that “from what we have assembled in this way, there was no intrusion or hindrance of surveys, no stall catching, no survey vitiation, no vote unlawfully recorded, no genuine protests from competitors or gatherings, no slip-ups or irregularities, no brutality to upset surveys”. The Trinamool Congress denied any hand in any of the asserted cases of stall catching and intimidation. With 348 dissentions, the topper on this schedule was Birbhum area, where Trinamool is headed by Anubrata Mondal who had been ensured “khub bhalo chhele” (great kid) by Mamata Banerjee. The Opposition whined of gear in upwards of 826 stalls, with Birbhum area representing upwards of 523 corners. Fixing alone can’t typically see a gathering through yet what sway it will have in Bengal — against the scenery of the unparalleled four-cornered challenge — is not clear. The “accomplishment” of the affirmed gear relied on the nonappearance of extensive scale brutality — an element that seems to have weighed on the unique eyewitness’ brain while depicting the surveying as free and reasonable.