Murshidabad: A day after violence plagued West Bengal’s Panchayat elections, stolen ballot boxes were found laying in drain in Murshidabad district on Sunday.
The state witness intense violence that caused nearly 20 lives, massive vandalism with ballot boxes and bombs hurled at political cadres. Watch the pictures here..
As quoted any ANI, a local claimed that everyone is in fear and not ready to come out as of now.
Meanwhile, state election commission informed that re-polling will take place at 697 booths, which faced maximum wrath of political rivalry, on July 10.
On July 8, voters exercised their rights to elect representatives for nearly 928 seats across 22 Zila Parishad, 9,730 Panchayats and 63,229 gram panchayats.