Villagers blame W. Bengal administration for lawlessness in Maoist-infested areas
Gopiballavpur (West Bengal), Mar 21 (ANI): With less than a month go for assembly polls in West Bengal, villagers say the claimed that law and order situation in Maoist-infested areas is abysmal
"It is very shameful to see the law and order situation here. One cannot move after 7 p.m. from Pheko to the Katamari forests," said Swapan Patra, a villager.
"In our block, the Panchayat is under the CPI (M), and there is absolutely no law and order," he added.
The state will have elections in six phases. The first phase of voting will take place on April 18, second phase on April 23, third phase on April 27, fourth phase on May 3, fifth phase on May 7 and sixth phase on May 10.
The total number of assembly constituencies in West Bengal is 294, of which 68 are reserved for the Scheduled Castes and 16 for the Scheduled Tribes
The Election Commission has said that polling will take place at 51,919 polling stations. (ANI)
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