Interacting with the IPS probationers on Friday, Sunil Arora welcomed the NPA's move to send the IPS probationers to poll-bound States to understand the election process at the ground level.
In the letter, Basu said the party was "shocked" at the abrupt announcement of the Election Commission of India (EC).
The results of all the elections will be known on May 2. West Bengal will have an eight-phase election, TN, Kerala and Puducherry single-phase elections, and Assam a three-phase election.
The terms of the legislative assemblies of the four states is coming to an end in May and June.
Political parties like the DMK and CPI had sought the intervention of the Election Commission in the issue of appointing three nominated MLAs by the Centre as it can undermine the electoral verdict
Tamil Nadu, Kerala, West Bengal, Assam and the Union Territory of neighbouring Puducherry are likely to go to polls in April or May.
The terms of the legislative assemblies of the four states and Puducherry are ending on different dates in May and June, and polls are expected to take place in April-May.
In his message to mark the 11th National Voters' Day, he said a research project on remote voting using cutting-edge technology has already begun.
The announcement comes after complaints by opposition parties during previous elections that bike-born party cadres terrorise common electorates.
Arora said the full bench of the ECI asked the state's chief secretary and home secretary to look into the issues of fake information in the social media raised by political parties.
TMC leaders alleged that the BSF was intimidating people in border areas of West Bengal to cast their votes in favour of a 'particular political party'.
They said that he will also hold discussions with leaders of political parties, election related Central and state regulatory authorities, district election officers and SPs.
It is usual for the Commission to visit poll-bound states before announcing the schedule of Assembly elections.
Besides this, the EC also conducted elections across several states for Rajya Sabha seats, and by-elections for nearly 60 legislative assembly constituencies, Chief Election Commissioner observed.
CEC Sunil Arora also said he is confident that the EC will be able to hold the next set of assembly polls on time and the internal exercise for those is already underway.