Kolkata: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) again went to the Kolkata High Court in connection with the Panchayat election issue. The saffron party claims that their representative teams have been prevented to enter the meeting with the election commission on Saturday. A written complaint has been submitted to the High Court registrar by the BJP. BJP leader Mukul Roy stated that the registrar has assured them that the matter will be looked upon.
On behalf of BJP, Mukul Roy complained that the party prior informed the election commission that a 5 member representative team will be going to attend the meeting. BJP leader Samik Bhattacharya stated that even on Saturday, BJP leader Jay Prakash Majumdar had a telephonic conversation with the election commissioner that a 5 member team along with a lawyer will be going for the meeting. The party claims that amidst of the prior talk, their representatives were harassed while they went to attend the meeting. Mukul Roy also said that the Commission has contempt the orders of the court regarding this matter.
Meanwhile, Mukul Roy also said that the state police have also blocked their path before going to the office of the election commission. However, the commission stated that they had given letters to every political party and asked them to send only 2 representatives.