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NEW DELHI: West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday questioned the Election Commission‘s rationale to coduct meeting elections within the state in Eight phases.
Who will profit from the Eight-phase ballot? Mamata questioned quickly after the EC introduced ballot schedule for four states and the Union territory of Puducherry.
The West Bengal chief minister alleged that the EC was conducting staggered polling within the state as per the BJP‘s demand.
“I respect the EC’s decision, but why break-up the districts. South 24 Parganas is our stronghold, voting there will be held in 3 different phases. Has this been done as per Modi and Shah’s convenience,” Mamata Banerjee stated.
“I request the Election Commission to consider West Bengal as their own state, not through the eyes of BJP,” she stated.
“The Union home minister should work for the country. He cannot misuse his powers for elections here. We welcome the PM but he cannot misuse his powers for West Bengal polls,” she stated.
“The Centre can’t misuse their powers for a State election. If they do it, then, it will be a big blunder. They will have to face the music. We are common people, we will fight our battle. I request the EC to stop misuse of money. BJP has sent money to all districts through agencies,” Mamata alleged.
Voting within the state will start on March 27, with polling for 30 seats.
The second part of West Bengal’s meeting elections will likely be held on April 1 and can cowl 30 constituencies.
The third part will likely be on April 6 for 31 seats and the fourth on April 10 for 44 constituencies.
The fifth spherical of voting will likely be held on April 17 for 45 seats and the sixth for 43 seats on April 22.
The seventh and the eighth phases of voting will likely be held on April 26 for 36 seats and on April 29 for 35 seats respectively.
The Election Commission has additionally introduced to nominate two particular observers for West Bengal and a 3rd can be despatched if required.
(With inputs from companies)

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