Bengal Panchayat election results tomorrow, Governor submits report on violence to Amit Shah. big things -aabtak24


WB Panchayat Elections 2023 Results: Voting was held on Saturday (July 8) for the three-tier panchayat elections in West Bengal. During this violence took place in different parts of the state. After which re-voting was done on Monday (July 10) at many booths. Now the results of the Panchayat elections will be released on Tuesday (July 11). Meanwhile, Bengal Governor CV Ananda Bose has met Union Home Minister Amit Shah in Delhi. Know the big things related to the Bengal Panchayat elections. 

1. Re-polling was held on Monday at 696 polling stations in 19 districts of West Bengal. After the election violence at these booths, polling was declared cancelled. Officials said that no major untoward incident was reported from anywhere during the re-polling. The State Election Commission (SEC) ordered re-polling amid allegations of ballot box tampering and violence that left 18 dead. 

2. The counting of votes for the Panchayat elections will start at 8 am on Tuesday. Central forces will be deployed at all counting centers and CCTV cameras will be installed. The Election Commission has said that the ballot paper without the signature of the Presiding Officer and the distinctive mark rubber stamp pasted on the back of the ballot paper will be treated as invalid and will not be counted as valid. 

3. Governor CV Anand Bose reached the Home Ministry on Monday to meet Union Home Minister Amit Shah in Delhi. The Governor has submitted the report on the violence to the Home Minister. He said after this meeting that there is darkness just before the light. The only message I got today is that if winter comes, can spring be far behind? Will be better in the days to come.

4. Voting was held at more than 61,000 polling stations on Saturday for the three-tier panchayat elections. In which 80.71 percent polling was recorded. During this, ballot boxes were looted or set on fire at many places and were thrown into ponds. 

5. The BJP on Monday constituted a four-member fact-finding committee to visit areas of Bengal where violence took place during the panchayat elections. Former Union Minister and MP Ravi Shankar Prasad has been made the convenor of this committee. Its members include Satyapal Singh, MP Rajdeep Roy and Rekha Verma. All the three leaders are MPs of the Lok Sabha. This committee will submit its report to BJP President JP Nadda as soon as possible. 

6. Soon after the fact-finding committee was formed by the BJP, the Trinamool Congress announced the formation of a fact-finding committee for violence-hit Manipur. TMC said it will send a four-member fact-finding delegation to violence-hit Manipur on July 14. A four-member delegation comprising TMC MPs- Derek O’Brien, Kalyan Banerjee, Kakoli Ghosh Dastidar and Dola Sen will visit Manipur.

7. Congress MP Adhir Ranjan Chowdhary filed a public interest litigation in the Calcutta High Court demanding relief for the injured and dead during the violence. He said that we have three demands- first, compensation should be given to the victims, second, full treatment should be given to the injured and third, along with treatment, financial assistance should be given. Why did this violence happen? So many people were killed, it should be strictly investigated. 

8. AIMIM president Asaduddin Owaisi claimed that innocent Muslims were made scapegoats in the violence during panchayat elections in Bengal, while BJP and TMC were fighting each other for political gains. Are. While innocent Muslims are just scapegoats. These are the poisonous fruits of opportunistic secularism. 

9. Leader of Opposition in Bengal Legislative Assembly Suvendu Adhikari said  There should be a CBI inquiry into the deaths in the violence during the panchayat elections. We have written a letter to the State Election Commission for re-polling in 6,000 booths. There is also a demand to provide financial assistance to the families of the deceased and the injured.

10. Manas Ranjan Bhunia, a minister in the Bengal government, said that our government and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee have decided to conduct the panchayat elections in a very difficult situation in a peaceful manner. The Election Commission continued to conduct elections with commitment, but irresponsible political parties created a serious law and order situation, which led to the death of a few people on election day and the day after. If the investigation is done, the figures of death of maximum TMC supporters and workers will come out. 

(also input from PTI)

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