The chief minister, implying that the EC could have determined in opposition to clubbing the remaining phases on the BJP’s behest, requested the ballot panel to prioritise public well being at a rally in Uttar Dinajpur
Chakulia: West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday urged the Election Commission to re-consider its resolution to stay to the unique ballot schedule, as she pressured that wrapping up the final three phases of polls on a single day or not less than in two days would test the unfold of COVID-19 to a sure extent.
Indicating that the EC could have determined in opposition to clubbing the remaining phases on the behest of the BJP, Banerjee, whereas addressing her rally in Uttar Dinajpur, requested the ballot panel to prioritise public well being.
“With folded fingers, I request the EC to carry the following three phases on a single day. If not someday, conduct it in two days and save someday.
“Please don’t take your decision based on what the BJP says… Please ensure that you protect public health by curtailing the poll schedule, even if it is by one day,” the TMC supremo mentioned.
The chief minister additional mentioned that she and different leaders of her social gathering wouldn’t maintain any rally in congested areas.
Banerjee lambasted the Narendra Modi authorities for “not taking adequate measures in the past six months to avert vaccine crisis”.
Calling the BJP a celebration of “rioters and war mongers”, she informed folks gathered on the rally, “Don’t allow them (saffron party leaders) to turn Bengal into Gujarat.”