Yogi Adityanath, Mithun Chakraborty Rallies in Bengal Today; Post Poll Violence Reported in Kerala

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Meeting Election 2021 Information LIVE Updates: Bengal will see rallies by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and veteran actor Mithun Chakraborty because the BJP tries to wrest energy from Mamata Banerjee within the jap state. The voting for Meeting elections throughout 5 states, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Assam and West Bengal, concluded on Tuesday with a formidable turnout, between 65 % to over 82 %. Whereas it was a busy polling day, all eyes had been fastened on the robust battle in Tamil Nadu the place the Congress together with its allies just like the DMK locked in a eager contest to regain turf in South India. Sporadic violence was additionally reported from components of West Bengal which goes to polls in eight phases.

The pattern of excessive turnout and violence throughout polling continued in West Bengal because the ruling Trinamool Congress, the BJP and the Left-Congress alliance put up an intense struggle within the high-stakes contest. 5 candidates, together with two ladies, had been assaulted in poll-related clashes as over 77 % voting was recorded in 31 seats in West Bengal within the third section. Violence was reported in areas like Uluberia, Khanakul, Falta, Canning Purba, Durbrajpur and Hooghly, the place a BJP supporter’s member of the family was killed. Stray incidents of clashes between staff of rival events had been additionally reported in different states.

In the meantime, post-poll violence was reported in Kerala the place a bomb was hurled on the home of a UDF agent in Kannur Koothuparamb. In one other incident, violence was reported from Kasargod as a Yuvamorcha Sreejith Parakkalayi chief was injured in an assault. Yuvamorcha Kasargod district president will bear an emergency surgical procedure at Mangaluru hospital following an assault allegedly by CPM. In Kerala, the place the Left is hoping to beat anti-incumbency to retain energy, a feat unseen in 4 many years, and the BJP is making efforts to construct inroads, almost 74 % polling was recorded within the 140 seats until 7 PM. There was almost 65 % voting in Tamil Nadu for 234 meeting constituencies and round 80 % in Puducherry’s 30 seats.

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