West Bengal News: Madras High Court Support CM Mamata Demands repatriation of central forces deployed in Bengal

West Bengal News: The Madras High Court support CM Mamata statement, saying that the Election Commission and Modi were to blame for the spread of corona in the state.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has targeted the Election Commission amid increased coronavirus cases in the electoral state of West Bengal.

The Madras High Court’s commentary, in which the court said that the commission could not avoid blame for the escalation of the Corona case during the election, was welcomed by the Trinamool President. Mamata Banerjee demanded that the central forces be taken down from Bengal before the final round of voting, claiming that they were involved in the spread of the crona.

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Madras High Court support CM Mamata, Mamata Banerjee said, she welcomed the Madras High Court’s opinion, which clearly indicated that the Election Commission cannot avoid its obligations, in a meeting with party candidates and activists in North Kolkata. Narendra Modi and the Election Commission are responsible for the governance of the state’s Corona situation.

Chief Minister Mamata said, “I request the go back of the two lakh central forces present in this Corona-affected state, who are disrupting Covid management’s work by encamping in schools, colleges, and here.” He estimates that more than 75% of them are ill. Please take them back to the last stage.

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