High Court rejects BJP’s demands, elections on April 25


Kolkata: All the three demands of the State BJP has been rejected by the Calcutta High Court. The elections will be conducted without central forces on 25 April itself.

The state BJP had appealed before high court alleging violence during Kolkata Municipal election on 18 April. The BJP had asked the High Court to postpone the elections on 25 April without the presence of Central forces.

The judge said that There is no proper evidence of violence against the TMC. So, on the basis of that there is no question of postponing the elections.

The case was filed just after the Municipal elections. On Thursday hearing was conducted on the case. They demanded the stalling of counting of votes. The BJP had demanded 500 companies of central forces for the elections but the Election Commission have said that 2 companies will be deployed in two 24 Parganas and One company in Hoogly.

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