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The polling station, comprising five booths, is in the Krishnagar Lok Sabha constituency that goes to the polls on Monday along with Berhampore, Ranaghat, Asansol, Burdwan East, Burdwan-Durgapur, Bolpur and Birbhum.(PTI PHOTO)

Polling staff in Bengal district demand central forces, threaten to boycott polls

Hindustan Times, Kolkata | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON APR 28, 2019 11:38 PM IST
Polling staff in many parts of Bengal started demanding central forces even before the first phase of election was held on April 11.
Dhana, Bans Haria and Bans Kusla villages will boycott polls over land payment.(Getty Images/iStockphoto)
Dhana, Bans Haria and Bans Kusla villages will boycott polls over land payment.(Getty Images/iStockphoto)

Lok Sabha elections 2019: Three villages to boycott polls over land payment

By Sonali Verma
PUBLISHED ON APR 28, 2019 01:02 AM IST
“No drinking water connection has been provided to the villages. No garbage collection takes place and sewage overflow is a perennial issue,” said Rampal Singh, a landowner from Dhana.
In 2016, Ranchi deputy commissioner was informed of irregularities in the PDS.(HT Photo)
In 2016, Ranchi deputy commissioner was informed of irregularities in the PDS.(HT Photo)

Lok Sabha elections 2019: Tribal women to boycott polls for not receiving ration for years

Hindustan Times, Ranchi | By Manish Raj
PUBLISHED ON APR 27, 2019 03:20 PM IST
On April 18, the women wrote a letter to chief minister Raghubar Das, saying they had decided not to vote and go on an indefinite hunger strike to fight the injustice.
A threat by the villagers of Moi in Pune district, to boycott the Lok Sabha polls because of delays to a much-promised road has led to positive action from the sitting member of parliament, Shivaji Adhalrao Patil (Shiv Sena).
A threat by the villagers of Moi in Pune district, to boycott the Lok Sabha polls because of delays to a much-promised road has led to positive action from the sitting member of parliament, Shivaji Adhalrao Patil (Shiv Sena).

Lok Sabha elections 2019: Threat to boycott polls brings development to Moi village

Punea | By Shrinivas Deshpande
UPDATED ON APR 25, 2019 02:55 PM IST
Located 30 km from Pune city, Moi has a population of 6,500 and voter strength of 1,800.
The villagers have decided to hold a Mahapanchayat and threatened that they would boycott the Lok Sabha elections on May 12 if chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar and sitting BJP MP from Gurugram Rao Inderjit Singh do not sort out the matter.(Samir Jana / HT Photo)
The villagers have decided to hold a Mahapanchayat and threatened that they would boycott the Lok Sabha elections on May 12 if chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar and sitting BJP MP from Gurugram Rao Inderjit Singh do not sort out the matter.(Samir Jana / HT Photo)

Lok Sabha elections 2019: Told to ‘return’ compensation, 72 Manesar villages may boycott polls

Hindustan Times, Gurugram | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON APR 22, 2019 10:10 AM IST
The notices were served to meet the directive of a February 8 Supreme Court order to reverse the compensation amount in a time-bound manner by June 30.
The villagers had been requesting the authorities to construct a new school building in the village as the old one was dilapidated.(HT)
The villagers had been requesting the authorities to construct a new school building in the village as the old one was dilapidated.(HT)

Demanding new school, this village in Bihar vows to boycott polls

Hindustan Times, Patna | By Prasun Mishra, Bhabua
PUBLISHED ON APR 04, 2019 08:49 AM IST
Villagers are adamant that they won’t allow any candidate or political leader to even enter the village.
Residents of Kesurua Kala village in Uttar Pradesh say they will boycott Lok Sabha elections as the district administration has not taken action on their complaint.(HT Photo)
Residents of Kesurua Kala village in Uttar Pradesh say they will boycott Lok Sabha elections as the district administration has not taken action on their complaint.(HT Photo)

Lok Sabha Elections 2019: UP village to boycott polls over ‘district administration’s inaction’

Hindustan Times, Lucknow | By HT Correspondent, Lucknow
UPDATED ON APR 01, 2019 12:29 PM IST
The All India Panchayat Parishad has extended support to the residents of UP’s Kesurua Kala village who are fighting to save the gram sabha land from illegal occupation by a muscleman.
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