EC not satisfied with law & order
Law and order situation in poll-bound Bengal has improved, but the Election Commission is not satisfied with it, a senior election official said on Friday.kolkata Updated: Apr 13, 2011 15:51 IST
Law and order situation in poll-bound Bengal has improved, but the Election Commission is not satisfied with it, a senior election official said on Friday.
"Law and order situation in the state is improving but we are not at all satisfied. The officials are conducting a through monitoring of the situation. In the last month, three deaths of political activists and 94 incidences of political violence, resulting in injury of 120 people, were reported," said state chief electoral officer Sunil Kumar Gupta.
"We have achieved success in executing non-bailable arresting warrants pending against criminals. At least 28,354 such warrants have been executed in March and still 29,980 are pending," he said. A few months back, more than 75,000 such warrants were pending across the state.