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    Query is whether or not it was engineered: Shekhawat over ‘assault’ on Mamata | India Information

    NEW DELHI: Union jal shakti minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat on Saturday expressed doubt over the incident during which West Bengal chief minister was injured throughout her ballot marketing campaign, and sought to know whether or not it was engineered.
    Banerjee fell down and sustained accidents on her left leg and waist after she was allegedly pushed by unidentified folks whereas she was campaigning in Nandigram meeting phase on Wednesday night after submitting her nomination from the constituency.
    Nevertheless, a report by the West Bengal Authorities to the Election Fee in regards to the incident had no point out of Banerjee’s allegation that 4 to 5 folks had attacked her.
    Interacting with reporters on Saturday, Shekhawat exuded confidence that there will probably be a “BJP tsunami” within the West Bengal Meeting election. The BJP has witnessed an exponential progress within the state, he claimed.
    Requested in regards to the impression of Banerjee’s harm on the election outcomes, he stated, “The query is whether or not or not the incident was engineered. Similar was the query when the echo of a slap was heard in Delhi… as a result of the scriptwriter of the 2 is identical,” Shekhawat stated with out naming anybody.
    On Friday, a TMC delegation met the Election Fee and claimed that assault on Banerjee was a “conspiracy”, whereas the rival BJP demanded that the video footage of the alleged incident be made public.
    Banerjee was discharged from the state-run SSKM Hospital in Kolkata on Friday after docs discovered her restoration to be “passable”.

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