LIVE updates on the West Bengal Elections 2021 Phase 6: In North 24 Parganas, supporters of the TMC and the BJP clash.
The 6th process of the West Bengal Elections 2021 starts with voting for 43 seats.
Sporadic violence was registered in the North 24 Parganas constituency of Bijapur, where TMC and BJP supporters clashed outside polling booths. Both sides accused each other of attempting to manipulate the election.
The clashes reportedly injured two TMC supporters and three BJP supporters. To keep the situation under control, many security forces were sent to the troubled areas. Drones have been stationed near booth number 131-132 in Amdanga, North 24 Paraganas, for surveillance purposes.
During the 6th phase of voting in West Bengal today, an ITBP medic gave first aid to a voter near Nandigram village, Katwa, Purba Bardhaman.During the sixth phase of voting in the West Bengal Assembly election, ITBP troops guard polling booths in Katwa, Purba Bardhaman District.
In the sixth step of West Bengal Assembly elections, 17.19 percent of eligible voters cast ballots before 9.30 a.m. Polling for 43 seats began at 7 a.m. on Thursday, with 17 in the North 24 Parganas district and nine in Nadia – the majority of which have a significant presence of the Matias, who can sway the results decisively in any party’s favour.
Krishna Kalyani, a BJP candidate from Raiganj, Uttar Dinajpur, voted at booth 134. “, he explained “It’s a democratic festival, and everybody is taking part. The lines indicate that this time voters will be voting for change and growth.”
Voting is currently taking place at Raiganj Coronation High School in Uttar Dinajpur, at booth number 134. Owing to technical difficulties, voting did not begin at the scheduled time of 7 a.m.
Mukul Roy, the BJP’s national vice president, votes in the sixth phase of the state Assembly elections at Kanchrapara Municipal Polytechnic High School in Kanchrapara, North 24 Parganas. Roy is running for the Krishnanagar Uttar seat in the Lok Sabha.
Arjun Singh, the vice president of the West Bengal BJP, voted in Jagatdal, North 24 Parganas, at booth number 144. Pawan Singh, his son and the party’s Bhatpara candidate, also voted. Today is the sixth step of voting in the West Bengal polls.