Kolkata: Trinamool leader Mamata Banerjee has approached the High Court challenging Nandigram’s verdict. He has approached the court demanding recount alleging fraud in the counting of votes at the center. After him, four more Trinamool candidates have approached the Calcutta High Court with the same allegation. The four candidates are Sangram Kumar Dalui, a Trinamool candidate from East Midnapore, Rani Sarkar, a Trinamool candidate from Bangaon South in North 24 Parganas, Shantiram Mahato, a Trinamool candidate from Balrampur in Purulia and Manas Majumder, a Trinamool candidate from Goghat in Hughli.
According to sources, the BJP is going to take the field this time after the Trinamool was active in the recount. According to BJP sources, they may apply for recount in at least 50 seats. However, those seats were not known. Trinamool counter-BJP case threatens new conflict in state
The BJP has repeatedly accused the Trinamool Congress of being vocal about post-poll violence, saying it was making false allegations because it could not concede defeat. But after Trinamool leader Mamata Banerjee went to court challenging Nandigram’s verdict, the same question is boomeranging back to them.
However, the BJP has not objected to Mamata Banerjee going to court. The demand of the BJP leaders in Bengal that he can go to court is his personal matter. However, the rate at which he is not able to accept, it is clear from his move. On the other hand, Nandigram MLA Shuvendu Adhikari said he could go to court, but the verdict would remain the same.
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