October 18, 2021

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BJP could also challenge poll effects in some seats, says Bengal’s Dilip Ghosh | Kolkata

KOLKATA: The Bharatiya Janata Occasion (BJP) may file election petitions to problem election success of seats missing by its candidates by a wafer-slim margin, the party’s state president Dilip Ghosh stated on Saturday, times after West Bengal main minister Mamata Banerjee and four Trinamool Congress leaders submitted very similar petitions in the Calcutta high court docket.

“Our legal mobile is checking out all alternatives and wherever the petition could be submitted. We are also preparing to file Election Petitions. We have determined the seats. Our lawyers are getting preparations,” claimed Dilip Ghosh.

Mamata Banerjee, who misplaced the fiercely fought battle in Nandigram to the BJP’s Suvendu Adhikari in Might, had announced her final decision to file the petition minutes soon after the Election Commission rejected her ask for for a recount soon after declaring her defeat.

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She filed her petition on Thursday. The pursuing day, four extra Trinamool Congress candidates submitted their petitions from the outcomes declared in Balarampur, Goghat, Moyna and Bongaon Dakshin constituencies, four of the 77 seats that had long gone to the BJP.

Ghosh initial hinted at the BJP’s system to problem the election outcomes on Friday when he underlined that the solution exercised by the Trinamool Congress was open to the BJP also.

“The main minister missing from Nandigram. When counting was heading on TMC brokers were being current and immediately after every spherical they signed the benefits. But even immediately after that the TMC moved courtroom. They have the appropriate. We would all have to abide by the courtroom orders. In the identical way we can also go court. There are particular seats which the BJP dropped by a narrow margin. Allow the court decide,” Ghosh told reporters on Friday.

Bengal minister and senior TMC chief Firhad Hakim explained the BJP was worried that if elections were held once more on the seats dropped by the Trinamool candidates, their tally in the assembly would dip.

“They experienced set a target of 200 seats and endured a humiliating defeat (with 77 seats). There are apprehensions that they (BJP) might lose by a more substantial margin (if elections are all over again held in those people seats),” claimed Firhad Hakim.

To be sure, the BJP’s efficiency, irrespective of its formidable concentrate on of 200 seats, won just three seats and a 10.2% vote share in the preceding 2016 assembly elections. In the 2021 elections, the BJP finished up with a 38% vote share, just 10 share details significantly less than the Trinamool’s 48%.

The BJP has, following the election success, retained up the force on the Mamata Banerjee federal government around the legislation and get scenario in the state, significantly around violence that the opposition get together insists was directed at its cadre.

The alleged deterioration of the regulation and get in Bengal is a point that has been frequently articulated by Bengal governor Jagdeep Dhankhar as perfectly. On Saturday, Dhankhar, who is in Delhi, fired an additional round at the condition government.

“We are not able to compromise with democracy, Constitution and rule-of-regulation. I am confident all people will pay attention to my voice and increase to the occasion to check out and wipe the tears of these households and folks who experienced to leave their properties, whose around and pricey kinds have been killed, wounded, whose properties have been subjected to arson and loot. We can not reside in a democracy if people, in buy to are living in their personal household and operate their have tiny enterprise, have to pay out an extortion charge,” Dhankhar explained in Delhi.

Dhankhar, who has been in Delhi considering that Wednesday, has satisfied Union household minister Amit Shah at least two times apart from conferences with President Ram Nath Kovind, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla and other Union ministers.

The Trinamool Congress, which has accused the governor of endorsing the BJP’s agenda, named Dhankhar’s attack “wild allegations to malign the state”.

“The BJP is not being ready to digest the humiliating defeat in the assembly elections and has now resorted to some dirty tricks and conspiracy. The governor is a aspect of it. It is a thriller irrespective of whether the governor is operating from doorway-to-doorway in Delhi to conserve his very own chair or to hatch the upcoming step of the conspiracy,” stated TMC spokesperson and Bengal general secretary Kunal Ghosh.