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DM-SP also falls in Mamata Banerjee’s injury case, security director suspended

The Election Commission on Sunday took strict steps in the wake of Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's injuries, and her security director Vivek Sahay was removed from the post and suspended with immediate effect. On the other hand, District Officer (DM) Vibhu Goyal of the former Medinipur district has also been removed with immediate effect.

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The Election Commission on Sunday took strict steps in the wake of Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s injuries, and her security director Vivek Sahay was removed from the post and suspended with immediate effect. On the other hand, District Officer (DM) Vibhu Goyal of the former Medinipur district has also been removed with immediate effect. And Smita Pandey has been appointed in his place. Vibhu Goyal has been transferred to the post of non-electoral duty. The Election Commission has also suspended former Medinipur SP Praveen Prakash and a 2009 batch IPS officer Sunil Kumar Yadav has been appointed in his place.

Election Commission’s response to Mamta

Explain that the Election Commission has given its verdict on the incident with Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s in Nandigram, West Bengal. On the basis of separate reports, the Election Commission has decided that no attack of any kind was carried out on Mamata Banerjee. Evidence of this has not been found. The injury to Mamta’s leg was just an accident.

The Election Commission received a report of the Bengal government on Friday on the alleged case of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on March 10 in Nandigram. The commission, however, termed it incomplete and asked the Chief Secretary Alapan Bandopadhyay to give a more detailed report.

The Election Commission told the report of the state government is incomplete

This information was given by an Election Commission official on Saturday. He told that the Chief Secretary has been asked to give such details as to how the incident happened and who might be behind it. The official said that the report given by the West Bengal government appears to be incomplete and there is no detailed description of the incident. Like how the incident happened and who could be behind it.

Commission asked for a detailed report

He said that we have called for more details from the state administration. He said that on Friday evening, the report mentioned a huge crowd on the spot. But there is no mention of people who have been accused by Mamta Banerjee of the attack. The report said that the details of the alleged attack on the Trinamool Congress leader on Wednesday evening were not clear.

The commission appointed 2 supervisors

Explain that after this incident on Wednesday evening, the Election Commission had summoned a report from the state government and appointed 2 observers for the state government. Votes will be cast in different regions in the state on 27 March, 1 April, 10 April, 22 April, 26 April and 29 April. There are a total of 294 assembly seats in the state.

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