Assembly polls will be held as per scheduled: CPI(M)
Kolkata: A day after TC chief Mamata
Banerjee said the West Bengal Assembly elections due next year
could be advanced and held in October, CPI(M) on Friday ruled out
her claim saying it would be held as per scheduled.
"It does not depend on someone`s personal wishes.
Assembly elections in the state will be held as per scheduled
in 2011," CPI(M) state secretary and politburo member Biman
Bose told reporters here.
Yesterday Banerjee had claimed the Assembly elections due
May next year could be advanced and held in October.
"It is our political calculation that the West Bengal
Assembly elections will be held in October along with some
other states, including Bihar...If the Left Front is defeated
in the civic polls, we will demand advancing of the Assembly
elections," she had told a press conference here.
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