Two days after the violence through the panchayat polls in West Bengal, Governor C.V Ananda Bose on Monday met Union Home Minister Amit Shah and apprised him in regards to the scenario within the state.
After assembly Shah, Bose whereas interacting with the media mentioned, “The darkest hour is just before dawn. There will be light at the end of the tunnel. The only message I could get today is – if winter comes can spring be far behind? Good will happen in the days to come.”
His remarks got here after he met Shah within the nationwide capital and apprised him in regards to the scenario within the state and the violence that erupted within the state through the panchayat polls on Saturday, by which 15 individuals misplaced their lives
During the Saturday polling, poll containers have been robbed, set on hearth or dumped in ponds at a number of locations when the violence erupted at a number of areas.
Due to violence, repolling was held at 696 polling cubicles in 19 districts of the state on the path of the State Election Commission.
Bose had visited a number of areas on Saturday through the polling.