Trinamool Congress Strikes Supreme Court docket Over Alleged Rigging In Tripura Civic Polls


Trinamool Congress seeks probe by court-monitored panel into allegation levelled by them (File)

New Delhi:

Trinamool Congress (TMC) has approached the Supreme Court docket of India urging to postpone the counting of votes of municipal elections that had been held in Tripura on November 25.

The TMC has alleged that Supreme Court docket orders without spending a dime and truthful municipal elections had been violated and folks weren’t allowed to vote.

Additional, complainant the TMC seeks a probe by the court-monitored panel into the allegation levelled by them.

The ruling Bharatiya Janata Celebration, nonetheless, refuted the costs and mentioned that the opposition was attempting to acquire public sympathy fearing defeat.

The Election Fee of India knowledgeable at the moment that 81.52 per cent voting turnout at Tripura civic polls until 9.30 pm was reported.

The counting of votes is scheduled to happen on November 28.

That is the primary civic ballot that the BJP contested after coming to energy in Tripura in 2018.