Left Front Chairman Biman Bose today accused West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee of trying to violate poll conduct in the upcoming municipal elections.
"The Chief Minister is going to attend an administrative programme in Durgapur sub-division tomorrow and will also attend a rally there. One of the municipal bodies under Durgapur sub-division will go to polls on September 21. In the rally she will make several promises of development. This is nothing but violation of poll conduct. The SEC should look into it," Bose said.
While talking on the issue of violence in Chirst Chruch school, Bose today condemned the police inaction and said police should have taken necessary action to contain violence.
"The death of the little girl is unfortunate. But what followed is horrible and condemnable. The way police remained inactive is condemnable. This shouldn't have been the case," said Bose while addressing a press conference.
Accusing the SEC of being hand in glove in alleged malpractices during counting of votes in Panchayat election, Bose today lashed out at the SEC for failing to release the compact results of Panchayat polls.
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