Ravi Shankar Prasad announced to establish 123 fast track courts in Bengal between elections


The election campaign in Bengal is in full swing. However, given the increasing transition, the leaders are advancing the dates of their election rallies. So at the same time, election announcements are also at their peak amid the election campaign. BJP leader and Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad announced the big election between the Bengal elections, saying fast-tracking has been set up across the country to prevent sexual offenses against children. The Center has provided a 50 percent fund to Bengal. The minister said that 123 fast-track courts have been approved for Bengal.

Chief minister Mamata also targeted

According to the media report, Ravi Shankar said during this time that he wrote repeatedly to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee to give consent for the fast track court. Despite this, no answer came. Prasad raised the question and said that Mamta Banerjee is the woman Chief Minister, what is her problem with the fast track court. The minister said that 27 states of the country have accepted it and work has started there, but in West Bengal, it has been pending for the last three years.

In Bengal, the election dates were announced in eight phases. The sequence is as follows.

First phase voting on March 27

Second phase voting on April 1

Third phase voting on 6 April

Fourth phase voting on April 10

Fifth phase voting on April 17

Sixth phase voting on April 22

Voting for the seventh and final phase is scheduled for April 26 and seventh on April 29.

Voting has been held in six phases

The counting of votes will take place on 2 May. Let it be said that six rounds of voting have been held so far. Voting is yet to take place in these states in the remaining phases.