Kolkata: According to the report of two ballot observers submitted to the EC on Saturday, the alleged assault on West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in Nandigram which led to her being injured was actually an accident and never a deliberate assault.
The incident that occurred at Birulia Bazar East Midnapore district’s Nandigram on March 10 after the CM filed her nomination, had taken place “suddenly” regardless that a “conspiracy theory” was alleged, the report submitted by particular observer Ajay Nayak and particular police observer Vivek Dubey to West Bengal for the state election said as knowledgeable by a supply on the CEO workplace.
The suddenness of the incident had led to CM Mamata Banerjee being injured.
“The incident was not a planned attack but an accident. It had taken place suddenly”, the supply mentioned quoting the report. “The suddenness of the incident led to it. There was no conspiracy behind the incident,” it additional states.
Meanwhile, sources knowledgeable information company PTI that the Election Commission will take a name on the experiences submitted by the West Bengal chief secretary and two particular ballot observers on the alleged assault on Sunday
After the incident got here to mild the EC had sought experiences from Chief Secretary Alapan Bandyopadhyay, particular observer Ajay Nayak and particular police observer Vivek Dube by Friday night.
Previously, the Commission had sought extra particulars from the West Bengal chief secretary because the report was not “comprehensive enough”. The West Bengal authorities’s report was mentioned to haven’t talked about the declare of there being “four-five” attackers who manhandled CM Mamata however it as a substitute cited the presence of a crowd.