‘What is happening in Bengal is scary… can’t be tolerated’, said Digvijay Singh

West Bengal Panchayat Election Violence: Politics has heated up after the violence during the Panchayat elections in West Bengal. In this episode, the statement of Congress leader and former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Digvijay Singh has now come to the fore. Speaking on this issue on Monday (July 10), Digvijay Singh said that such incidents cannot be tolerated. He said, I have been a fan of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, but the current situation is not good for our democracy.

Digvijay Singh’s statement has come when once again elections are going to be held in 697 booths in West Bengal. Among the districts in West Bengal where re-polling was announced, Murshidabad has the maximum number of booths, followed by Malda with 112 booths. Re-polling will be held at 89 booths in violence-hit Nadia, while re-polling will be held at 46 and 36 booths in 24 Parganas districts and elsewhere.

Digvijay Singh’s tweet
Senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh wrote in a tweet, what is happening in Bengal regarding Panchayat elections is scary, I have been a fan of Mamta Banerjee’s patience and determination but what is happening cannot be tolerated. We know you faced similar situation bravely in CPM rule, but what is happening now is not good for our democracy.

Union Minister Smriti Irani strongly criticized TMC for the violent clashes that took place during voting on Saturday (July 8). Smriti Irani said, “The way people are seeing the murder of democracy in the panchayat elections of West Bengal. People are being killed for asserting their democratic rights, Congress is joining hands with the same TMC.”

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