Asansol (West Bengal) | Trinamool Congress candidate Moon Moon Sen was asked about the clashes in Asansol during the fourth phase of voting today.
She said she was unaware of the whole issue.
“They gave me my bed tea very late so I woke up very late. What can I say? I really don’t know,” Moon Moon Sen, a former actor-turned-politician, told NDTV.
Today morning there was a clash between the BJP and TMC workers.
The BJP candidate and Asansol’s incumbent lawmaker Babul Supriyo alleged that Trinamool workers were taking over booths and not allowing people to vote.
His car was also vandalized in the violence. He travelled in his car to trouble spots and tweeted the details of the polling booths.
Trinamool workers, on the other hand, alleged that Supriyo and his men had manhandled them.
When asked if the clashes are happening because the Trinamool Congress is trying to gain a seat, Sen said, “Trinamool has won the seat. Now let’s see what happens.”
When asked about her opponent Babul Supriyo, Moon Moon Sen refused to speak about him.
Eight parliamentary constituencies in West Bengal are voting in the fourth phase of Lok Sabha elections.
The results of the voting will be declared on May 23.