Deputy Election Commissioner Sudip Jain will pay a two-day visit to West Bengal on December 17.

The Office of the Chief Electoral Officer has also started preparations for his visit. According to sources, Sudip Jain is likely to visit North Bengal too.

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Jain will be accompanied by a team from the Election Commission of India. He will be holding meetings at the administrative and political level to review the law and order situation in the state.

The commissioner is scheduled to hold a meeting with district magistrates, superintendents of police, and commissioners of police in Kolkata on December 17. The meeting is expected to commence at 11 am.

Sudip Jain will also be holding a meeting with Chief Secretary Alapan Bandyopadhyay, Home Secretary HK Dwivedi, Health Secretary NS Nigam, and Director General of Police Virendra.

On December 18, Sudip Jain will be holding a meeting in Malda district and from there he will hold another meeting on the same day in Siliguri.

According to the sources, all districts magistrates have been asked to submit a detailed report regarding the law and order situation in their respective districts.