Lok Sabha elections 2019: Ballotviolence at quite loads of locations in Bengal, BJP to fulfill EC in Delhi

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Salim managed to flee and took shelter in the polling assign, whereas his driver managed to flee with the automobile. “I purchased to know of rigging inside of this sales space.

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Updated: Apr 18, 2019 15: 52 IST

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Incidents of violence were reported from quite loads of locations in West Bengal on Thursday at some level of the 2d segment of Lok Sabha elections.(ANI/Twitter)

Violence used to be reported from quite loads of locations on Thursday in West Bengal, the assign polling is being held in three parliamentary constituencies at some level of the 2d segment of the Lok Sabha election 2019.

The car of CPI(M) candidate and sitting member of Parliament Md Salim, who’s up in opposition to the Congress’ Deepa Dasmunsi in Raiganj, used to be attacked in Islampur.

Salim talked about police did no longer enjoy the leisure when his car used to be attacked. And his Communist Social gathering of India (Marxist) accused employees of the ruling Trinamool Congress of the assault.

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Deepa Dasmunsi represented Raiganj in the Lok Sabha from 2009 to 2014 and her husband and former Union minister Priyaranjan Dasmunsi used to be the MP from 1999 to 2009.

In Chopra below Darjeeling constituency, security personnel fired high-tail gas shells and baton charged agitators, who accused employees of the ruling celebration in the reveal of obstructing them from casting their vote. Agitators, who were blocking Nationwide Freeway 31, also hurled crude bombs on the personnel of the local police and Rapid Action Power, officials talked about.

Digital vote casting machines were also smashed following a clash between the supporters of the Trinamool and the BJP in sales space number 112 in Chopra.

The Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress goes through its toughest difficulty in opposition to the Bharatiya Janata Social gathering (BJP) on this election. Lok Sabha seats of Jalpaiguri, Raiganj and Darjeeling – which is in the Bharatiya Janata Social gathering’s kitty – is witnessing a fierce Trinamool-BJP contest because the central celebration is desirous to make better its footprint in West Bengal, the third-biggest reveal in the country when it comes to Lok Sabha seats.

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Though a segment of the Darjeeling constituency, Chopra is in the plains. Darjeeling, which is known for its tea and Unesco World Heritage region of Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, is vote casting on Thursday in the 2d of the seven-phased Lok Sabha election 2019.

The Bharatiya Janata Social gathering (BJP) has held Darjeeling, one among the 42 Lok Sabha constituency in West Bengal, for the final two terms. The BJP had obtained the Darjeeling seat in 2009 and 2014 with the toughen of the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM).

Businessman Raju Bista is struggling with from theDarjeeling Lok Sabha seat, which contains the hill cities of Darjeeling, Kurseong and Kalimpong along with the plains of Siliguri, has a sizeable Gorkha population.

The Gorkha Nationwide Liberation Front (GNLF) and a faction of GJM, the major local outfits that gather implemented movements traumatic a separate reveal Gorkhaland, supplied toughen to Bista.

Amar Singh Rai, who’s MLA from GJM from Darjeeling assembly seat, is contesting on a Trinamool mark. The Congress has fielded Shankar Malakar and the CPI(M)’s candidate is Saman Pathak.

Congress’s Rajya Sabha lawmaker Pradip Bhattacharya alleged that ministers of the reveal are attempting their most productive to make definite the elections are no longer peaceable.

“We are getting records about difficulty in quite loads of areas. We are getting experiences from areas equivalent to Chopra and Jalpaiguri. I ought to inquire of why central forces were deployed in areas the assign they were no longer fundamental and saved faraway from the assign they were fundamental,” Bhattacharya talked about.

The BJP’s leader Babul Supriyo also accused the Mamata Banerjee-led celebration of violence in Raiganj.

“TMC resorted to violence at some level of polls at Raigunj by threatening and beating up other folks that went out to vote.Voters had to be escorted to the cubicles by the defense force account for there. Let’s set an near #TMChhi’s atrocities and attacks in opposition to democracy by stripping them of strength (sic),” Babul Supriyo tweeted.

“The the Assassin of Democracy sitting because the CM of Bengal, no topic how critical of Central Forces @ECISVEEP (Election Commission) deploys, cross Bengal Police will disrupt Free&Handsome Polls•Vote shud be performed after imposing Presidents Rule, throwing out the #TMchhi Govt,” he also wrote on Twitter.

A diminutive whereas after midday, central particular police observer for West Bengal Vivek Dube, described the difficulty in the japanese reveal as peaceable.

“(The assert is) roughly peaceable. Little incidents will repeatedly happen. But there were no tall incidents,” Dube talked about whereas talking to newshounds.

“Polling is overall peaceable. At the starting up, about 150 villagers couldn’t solid their votes in Chopra, however later they’d perchance vote with the help of forces. I shall overview the difficulty and steal motion accordingly,” talked about Ajay V Nayek, particular observer for West Bengal.

The reveal has up to now witnessed spherical 51.60% polling in the three constituencies.

The votes will seemingly be counted on Could perchance perchance additionally 23.

Constituency Sitting MP
Assam
Karimganj Radheshyam Biswas, AIUDF
Silchar Sushmita Dev, Congress
Self sustaining District Biren Singh Engti, Congress
Mangaldoi Ramen Deka, BJP
Nawgong Rajen Gohain, BJP
Bihar
Kishanganj Mohammad Asrarul Haque, Congress
Katihar Shah Tariq Anwar, NCP
Purnia Santosh Kumar, JD(U)
Bhagalpur Shailesh Kumar (Bulo Mandal), RJD
Banka Jai Prakash Narayan Yadav, RJD
Chhattisgarh
Rajnandgaon Abhishek Singh, BJP
Mahasamund Chandulal Sahu, BJP
Kanker Vikram Dev Usendi, BJP
Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar Farooq Abdullah, Nationwide Convention
Udhampur Dr. Jitendra Singh, BJPs
Karnataka
Udupi Chikmagalur Shobha Karandlaje, BJP
Hassan H.D. Deve Gowda, JD(S)
Dakshina Kannada Nalin Kumar Kateel, BJP
Chitradurga B.N.Chandrappa, Congress
Tumkur S. P. Muddahanumegowda, Congress
Mandya CS Puttaraju, JD(S)
Mysore Prathap Simha, BJP
Chamrajanagar R Dhruvanarayana, Congress
Bangalore Rural DK Suresh, Congress
Bangalore North DV Sadananda Gowda, BJP
Bangalore Central PC Mohan, BJP
Bangalore South Vacant after Ananth Kumar’s death in 2018
Chikkaballapur Veerappa Moily, Congress
Kolar KH Muniyappa, Congress
Maharashtra
Buldhana Jadhav Prataprao Ganpatrao, Shiv Sena
Akola Dhotre Sanjay Shamrao, BJP
Amravati Adsul Anandrao Vithoba, Shiv Sena
Hingoli Rajeev Shankarrao Satav, Congress
Nanded Ashok Shankarrao Chavan, Congress
Parbhani Jadhav Sanjay (Bandu) Haribhau, Shiv Sena
Beed Pritam Gopinathrao Munde, BJP
Osmanabad Gaikwad Ravindra Vishwanath, Shiv Sena
Latur Dr. Sunil Baliram Gaikwad, BJP
Solapur Sharad Bansode, BJP
Manipur
Interior Manipur Thokchom Meinya, Congress
Odisha
Bargarh Prabas Kumar Singh, BJD
Sundargarh Jual Oram, BJP
Bolangir Kalikesh Narayan Singh Deo, BJD
Kandhamal Pratyusha Rajeshwari Singh, BJD
Aska Ladu Kishore Swain, BJD
Constituency Sitting MP
Tamil Nadu
Tiruvallur Dr. P. Venugopal, AIADMK
Chennai North TG Venkatesh Babu, AIADMK
Chennai South J Jayavardhan, AIADMK
Chennai Central SR Vijayakumar, AIADMK
Sriperumbudur KN Ramachandran, AIADMK
Kancheepuram K Maragatham, AIADMK
Arakkonam G Hari, AIADMK
Vellore B. Senguttuvan., AIADMK
Krishnagiri K Ashok Kumar, AIADMK
Dharmapuri Anbumani Ramadoss, PMK
Tiruvannamalai Vanaroja R, AIADMK
Arani V Elumalai, AIADMK
Villupuram Rajendran S., AIADMK
Kallakurichi K. Kamaraj, AIADMK
Salem V Pannerselvam, AIADMK
Namakkal PR Sundaram, AIADMK
Erode S Selvakumara Chinnayan, AIADMK
Tiruppur V.Sathyabama, AIADMK
Nilgiris C Gopalakrishnan, AIADMK
Coimbatore P Nagarajan, AIADMK
Pollachi C Mahendran, AIADMK
Dindigul M Udhayakumar, AIADMK
Karur M Thambidurai, AIADMK
Tiruchirappalli Kumar.P, AIADMK
Perambalur RP Marutharajaa, AIADMK
Cuddalore A Arunmozhithevan, AIADMK
Chidambaram M Chandrakasi, AIADMK
Mayiladuthurai RK Bharathi Mohan, AIADMK
Nagapattinam Dr K Gopal, AIADMK
Thanjavur K Parasuraman, AIADMK
Sivaganga PR Senthilnathan, AIADMK
Madurai R Gopalakrishnan, AIADMK
Theni R Parthipan, AIADMK
Virudhunagar Radhakrishnan T., AIADMK
Ramanathapuram Anwhar Raajhaa, AIADMK
Thoothukkudi Jeyasingh Thiyagaraj Natterjee.J, AIADMK
Tenkasi M Vasanthi, AIADMK
Tirunelvelli Prabakaran.K.R.P, AIADMK
Kanniyakumari Pon Radhakrishnan, BJP
Uttar Pradesh
Nagina Yashwant Singh, BJP
Amroha Kanwar Singh Tanwar, BJP
Bulandshahr Bhola Singh, BJP
Aligarh Satish Kumar Gautam, BJP
Hathras Ranjan Kumar Diwakar, BJP
Mathura Hema Malini, BJP
Agra Ram Shankar Katheria, BJP
Fatehpur Sikri Chaudhary Babulal, BJP
West Bengal
Jalpaiguri Bijoy Chandra Barman, Trinamool
Darjeeling SS Ahluwalia, BJP
Raiganj Md Salim, CPI(M)
Puducherry
Puducherry R Radhakrishnan, AINRC

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First Published:
Apr 18, 2019 13: 39 IST

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