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Obstructions created before PM's rally in Coochbehar on Sunday

By HindusthanSamachar | Publish Date: Apr 5 2019 8:58PM
Obstructions created before PM's rally in Coochbehar on Sunday
Coochbehar/Kolkata, Apr.5 (HS): Creating an unnecessary controvery about 48 hours before the Prime minister''s proposed rally at Rashmela ground in Coochbehar town in North Bengal on 7 April, the Trinamool Congress has made its own arrangements and constructed pandal at the same ground today to hold a similar rally of Chief minister Mamata Banerjee on the same ground the next day (8 April) in an apparent bid to show disrespect to the Prime minister. Expressing serious concern at the ruling party workers'' bid to create an unpleasant situation, senior BJP leader and the party''s Central Observer for West Bengal, Kailash Vijay Bargiya said this afternoon that it was not only a clear violation of the model code of conduct of the Election Commission but also against the ethics of any political party, particulaly when it involved the Prime minister of the country. Reiterating that all necessary permission from the Coochbehar district administration for the next Sunday''s rally was received by BJP, he wondered whyl the TMC had decided to hold a similar rally on the same ground within the next 24 hours. Also expressing deep anguish at the whole event, Vijay Bargiya said TMC'' had already started constructing their own pandal and dias at the same ground even before the meeting of the Prime minister. Describing such a scenario in Bengal as unprecedented and unheard off anywhere else in the country,he, however,made it clear that the party(BJP) would go to the last stages to ensure that there was no disruption to Prime minister Narendra Modi''s rally at the same Rashmela ground, the largest and centrally located in Coochbehar town in North Bengal bordering Assam. ''We have already lodged a serious comnplait at the EC both in Kolkata and in New Delhi seeking their immediate intervention in to the issue so that the TMC Pandal structures were removed forthwith and necessary preparations could be made for the Prime minister''s rally as per schedule. Incidentally the Prime minister despite his tremendously busy schedule has decided to address his third election rally in West Bengal at Coochbehar town within the same parliamentary constituency,within a few days after two hugely attended meetings in Siliguri and in Kolkata on 3 April, as it would go to the polls in the first phase of elections on 11 April along with neighbouring Alipurduar constituency. Now it remains to be seen how fast the EC would react to the BJP''s complaints and what steps they would take to ensure that the Prime minister''s meeting would not have to be rescheduled because of an unethical opposition from the ruling party workers. Hindusthan Samachar/Ankur/Pramod \
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