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NEINDIA exposure forces CPI(M) to adopt plan B (4/11/2019) 
It was NEINDIA that broke the story of possibility of CPI(M) withdrawing its candidate alleging of large scale rigging on poll day. But with Plan A out in the open Melarmath top brass had to adopt Plan B. There was total confusion among party top comrades on this sudden U turn by the party top brass. So much so at the end of the day even the likes of Pabitra Kar and Rama Das were not taken into confidence on this sudden change of plan and they did not cast their votes today . They were expecting the proposed withdrawal from poll scene of Sankar Prasad Dutta. So what forced this sudden change of plan . Firstly, the presence of Sitaram Yechury in the state was the main reason and secondly the pressure of Jiten Choudhury. Sitaram impressed on the party leaders that if CPI(M) fled from the poll scene this will send a wrong message to party cadres in states like West Bengal and Kerala. Jiten told the top brass what is the rationale of remaining in poll arena on 18th of this month if we withdraw today. At the end of it all CPI(M) demanded repoll in 460 booths. Ironically, there was no booth in Banamalipur, seat represented by CM Biplab Deb in this list. The CPI(M) claim of massive rigging is also an open no confidence on the performance of TSR personnel who were deployed in maximum number of booths across the state. During the entire day today the only credible complain was made by Badal Choudhury who alleged that BJP workers from Hrishyamukh were brought to Belonia and those from Jolaibari had slipped inside Santirbazar. This even as NEINDIA has already reported of their deployment even outside the state in the first phase of poll across the country.
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