In its grievance, the TMC alleged that Tibrewal violated the Mannequin Code of Conduct and COVID-related tips by gathering “an unruly mob” of not lower than 500 with none permission.
She even carried out ‘Dhunuchi Nach’ (conventional Bengali dance, usually carried out throughout Durga Puja) at locations on the best way to file her nomination, the TMC claimed.
The discover issued by the returning officer on Tuesday additionally referred to the report submitted by the officer-in-charge of the Bhabanipur police station the place he talked about visitors congestion following an enormous meeting of BJP supporters on Sambhunath Pundit Road and different locations.
Tibrewal, nonetheless, rubbished the allegations.
She claimed on Wednesday that the TMC was frightened of her contesting the September 30 by-election and to cease her from campaigning had registered such a grievance with the Election Fee.
“The Election Fee has despatched me a letter after the TMC filed a grievance alleging that I had taken an enormous variety of folks after I had gone to file my nominations and thus violated the Mannequin Code of Conduct in addition to COVID-19 protocols. I’ll reply no matter might be my reply,” she stated.
“However, I wish to level out that apart from Suvendu Adhikari there was nobody within the automobile wherein I had gone to file my nomination,” Tibrewal stated.
The BJP supporters travelled on their very own, she stated.
“I had not led any crowd. It is not my obligation to see who was on the roads on bikes and four-wheelers. It is the job of the police and the native administration,” she added.
Tibrewal is up in opposition to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, the Trinamool Congress candidate, and CPI(M)’s Srijib Biswas within the bypoll. The votes could be counted on October 3.
Banerjee has to win this bypoll to retain her chief minister’s publish after having misplaced to Aadhikari in Nandigram within the meeting elections held earlier this yr.