West Bengal elections 2021 phase 3 live updates | Section 144 CrPC in all 31 constituencies going to the polls
A 3-cornered battle is on the playing cards in 31 Assembly seats which can be set to go to polls on Tuesday in the third phase of Bengal elections, with the BJP in search of to breach TMC fortresses, and Left Front-ISF-Congress alliance hoping to make a mark in areas, the place id politics has gained floor.
More than 78.5 lakh voters are eligible to train their franchise and resolve the destiny of 205 candidates — distinguished amongst them being BJP chief Swapan Dasgupta, TMC minister Ashima Patra and CPI(M) chief Kanti Ganguly — in three districts — Howrah, Hooghly and South 24 Parganas.
Tight safety preparations have been made to guarantee peaceable voting, with 618 corporations of CAPF deployed to guard 10,871 polling stations, all of which have been marked “sensitive” by the Election Commission. State police forces may also be deputed at strategic areas to help the CAPF.
Here are the live updates:
Section 144 CrPC in all 31 constituencies going to the ballot
The Election Commission has described as delicate all the 31 West Bengal meeting constituencies the place voting shall be held in the third phase on Tuesday and imposed prohibitory orders below Section 144 of the Cr PC in them, an official in it mentioned.
The constituencies are unfold over the districts of Howrah (Part I), Hooghly (Part I) and South 24 Parganas (Part II).
The order restricts illegal meeting and motion, holding of public conferences, carrying of weapons, sticks, banners, placards by anyone in addition to shouting slogans and utilizing loudspeakers, he clarified.
Unprecedented deployment of Central forces in West Bengal
The Election Commission of India has deployed about 618 firm of Central forces in West Bengal for the third phase of polling in the State in which 31 Assembly seats are going to polls on Tuesday.
Of the 618 corporations of Central forces, 317 corporations shall be deployed in South 24 Parganas, the district the place 16 Assembly seats are going to polls. 167 corporations of Central forces shall be developed in Hooghly and remaining in Howrah. Eight seats in Hooghly and 7 in Howrah will go to polls in the third phase.
Confident of win in Bengal now, later in Delhi: Mamata
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on April 5 asserted that she would win the ongoing State polls regardless of harm and finally goal for energy in Delhi.
Training her weapons at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah, Ms. Banerjee who’s in search of a 3rd time period in workplace mentioned that West Bengal shall be dominated by its personal folks.