The swelling on her left ankle, caused due to an injury she sustained during campaigning in Nandigram, has also subsided, they said.
Shekhawat also exuded confidence that there will be a "BJP tsunami" in the West Bengal Assembly election.
The sources said the Commission has now sought more details from the West Bengal chief secretary as the report was not comprehensive enough.
The saffron party also demanded that special observers be appointed for the Nandigram Assembly seat from where Banerjee is contesting.
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BJP spokesperson Shamik Bhattacharya said even senior TMC leaders are 'distorting the state administration's version' of the incident to give credence to the conspiracy angle for political gains.
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Chatterjee further said the party has asked activists and supporters across the state to exercise restraint and not organise protests against the attack.
The Leader of Opposition in the Tamil Nadu Assembly also wished a speedy recovery to the TMC supremo.
The chief minister was then taken to the Bangur Institute of Neurosciences in the same complex for an MRI, a senior doctor said.
Banerjee alleged that she was pushed by four to five men while she was trying to get into the car, following which fell flat on her face.
The TMC supporters raised "go-back" slogans as Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar reached the hospital to visit Banerjee.
The CM alleged that neither the local police nor the SP were near her when four-five people deliberately pushed her causing the injury.
The Trinamool Congress supremo was injured in the leg after being allegedly pushed by unidentified people near a temple at Reyapara.