The nomination of Mamata Banerjee in Nandigram caused disagreement, the chief minister of West Bengal.
The Bengali unit of the BJP sent a letter to the state executive director (CEO) requesting the cancellation of her nomination “due to non-disclosure of information” in her election statement.
The omission, the BJP claims, is “intentional and intentional” and constitutes a violation of a Supreme Court order.
According to the BJP letter, there are several criminal cases against Banerjee that she did not disclose in her statement.
The letter cites six criminal cases – five in Assam and one with the CBI in Kolkata – that Banerjee did not mention.
“You are being asked to urgently cancel Mama Banerjee’s nomination as a deliberate and deliberate non-disclosure of ongoing criminal cases against her, and filing a false statement is a grave and significant flaw and offense that deserves to be taken with the utmost seriousness …” in the letter.
Meanwhile, a Trinamola spokesman said, the party will respond when it receives notification from the Election Commission. “Mamata Banerjee is a national leader and it is not possible to follow the cases that are being conducted here and there. However, if the Election Commission requests an explanation, we will respond accordingly, “the spokesman added.