Kailash Vijayvargiya, in charge of BJP in West Bengal (West Bengal Assembly Election 2021), has welcomed the decision to hold assembly elections in 8 phases in the state. He said that there was a demand of all political parties that the election time should be extended, because the deployment of paramilitary forces takes time.
Vijayvargiya also demanded that people involved in smuggling and other illegal businesses be caught in the border areas of Bengal so that they do not spread any kind of disturbance during the elections. The senior BJP leader said that the Election Commission should also appoint additional officers with additional central force in every district for free and fair elections so that it can monitor the voting at all places. Also, people can boldly go to the booths and vote.
The last time elections were held in West Bengal in seven phases. This time, Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora announced voting in 8 phases. Votes will be cast in eight phases in Bengal from March 27. First phase voting in Bengal on March 27, second phase voting April 1, third phase voting April 6, fourth phase April 10, fifth phase April 17, sixth phase April 22, seventh phase April 26 and eighth phase voting 29 Will be on april