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Calcutta HC Refuses to Stay Counting of Votes, Orders Preservation of CCTV Footage - (02 Mar 2022)

ELECTION

Calcutta High Court has sought response from the State Election Commission (SEC) and the State government in a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) petition moved by BJP leader Soumendu Adhikari alleging that large scale violence and rigging of votes had taken place in the recently concluded Contai Municipality elections.

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