Kolkata: West Bengal chief secretary Alapan Bandyopadhyay on Saturday sent a “supplementary report” to the Election Commission on the events leading to chief minister Mamata Banerjee’s injuries in Nandigram on March 10.
It is likely that the poll panel will take an early decision on the matter.
The EC had made a couple of specific queries based on reports sent by Bandyopadhyay, special observer Ajay Nayak and special police observer Vivek Dubey.
The nature of the queries was not immediately known.
A senior state official said: “The report addressing the EC queries have been sent.” Sources said the EC had sought more “specific information” on the “nature of the incident” and to “pinpoint lapses”.
Trinamool Congress has already complained to the EC that the incident was “pre-planned” and part of a “larger conspiracy” to hurt the CM, citing several examples and “tutored eye-witnesses”.