Bjp to Hold Protest for Denying Permission To Amit Shah For A Road Rally
Blaming the West Bengal government for not permitting its leader Amit Shah's rally in Jadhavpur, the BJP on Monday said the Election Commission has turned into a "quiet onlooker" to the Trinamool Congress' supposed undemocratic intends to focus on the saffron party.
BJP media head and Rajya Sabha MP Anil Baluni said his gathering will hold challenges and furthermore move the EC.
Mr. Shah's rally was booked for Monday in Jadhavpur, which goes to the polls on May 19 in the last stage, yet the authorization for it was denied finally by the State organization, he said.
Along these lines, the consent for Mr. Shah's chopper to arrive was likewise pulled back, Baluni said.
"Tragically the EC has turned into a quiet onlooker to this and furthermore utilization of savagery by the TMC in the state," he said. He asserted the decision party in Bengal was utilizing undemocratic intends to focus on the BJP.