New Delhi: The BJP on Tuesday approached the Election Commission to complain about poll-related violence during Lok Sabha phase 4 voting in West Bengal. (Catch LIVE Updates of Phase 4 Voting Here)Also Read - West Bengal Covid Update: Existing Restrictions and Relaxations to Continue till December 15

ANI reported that the BJP delegation comprised Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, Vijay Goel and Anil Baluni. Also Read - KMC Polls 2021: TMC Releases Candidate List For KMC Elections, Drops 39 Sitting Councillors

Afterwards, addressing media, Naqvi said, “We raised displeasure over remarks made by Congress President Rahul Gandhi against PM Modi and party president Amit Shah. His statements are baseless and derogatory and in violation of electoral laws. We also raised the issue of poll violence in West Bengal. We have asked for deputation of Central forces at all polling booths so that free and fair elections can be held in the state.” Also Read - Kolkata Municipal Corporation Polls Schedule Released. Check Dates Here

A clash had erupted between TMC workers and QRF and security personnel outside polling booth number 125-129 in Asansol, after disagreement between BJP and CPI(M) workers after TMC workers insisted on polling though Central forces were not present.

Another clash was reported between TMC workers and security personnel at polling booth number 199 in Asansol. A TMC polling agent said, “No BJP polling agent was present at the booth.” BJP MP candidate from Asansol, Babul Supriyo’s car was also vandalised outside the polling station.

Supriyo said, “I will myself take the Central forces to that polling station. It is very good that people in West Bengal are aware and they want Central forces so that they can cast their vote. This is why Mamata Banerjee is scared.”