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TMC averse to central forces: BJP


KOLKATA: The West Bengal BJP Friday alleged that the ruling Trinamool Congress is averse to deployment of central forces throughout the Lok Sabha elections as its plans to rig the polls may no longer paintings in their presence.
West Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh also sought to shift focal point from filmstar candidates of the TMC, announcing folks do not want part-time politicians.

"It is an irony that the Trinamool Congress is now averse to deployment of central forces. Earlier, when it was in opposition, it used to demand that central forces be deployed everywhere in the state. Now the TMC is opposing it since the party is afraid that its plans to rig the polls might fall flat," Ghosh told journalists.

Referring to the violence throughout the panchayat elections within the state last 12 months, Ghosh mentioned the Election Commission must be sure that all voters are allowed to vote freely and quite.

The BJP leader's comment comes within the backdrop of the TMC beginning a 48-hour-long sit-in in opposition to the BJP's alleged attempt to malign West Bengal by means of urging the Election Commission to declare all booths within the state as "super sensitive".

The BJP had also demanded that central forces be deployed at all polling stations within the state.

On the TMC nominating filmstars in more than a few seats, Ghosh questioned whether or not the birthday celebration has dearth of seasoned politicians to contest the polls.


"It seems the TMC does not have seasoned politicians to contest the polls. People of the state need representatives who are serious about their development and not part-time politicians," Ghosh mentioned.


Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee has fielded five movie stars, together with two greenhorns, for the approaching Lok Sabha elections in Bengal. The other three are sitting MPs.


In the 2014 general elections, Banerjee had fielded the same collection of cinestars and the entire five had received.


West Bengal will go to seven-phase polling beginning April 11.


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