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West Bengal Governor calls for all party meet in view of the ongoing post-poll violence in the state
The West Bengal police have also been working hands in gloves with the ruling party to torment the BJP workers in Bengal
In several incidents of post-poll violence, a BJP worker was reportedly shot at while shops have been set ablaze in Cooch Behar. In Bhatpara too, violent clashes are being reported.
Regardless of the results of the elections, the 2019 General Elections is turning out to be a dark phase in the history of Bengal politics.
West Bengal: 100% cover by central forces in the 5th phase of polling after rampant violence and rigging in first 4 phases
Election Commission, as a preventive measure, has decided to deploy 100 per cent cover by central forces in all the polling booths in the fifth phase of polls.
Union Minister Babul Supriyo’s car was vandalised by the TMC workers in Asansol yesterday
TMC leader Moon Moon Sen asks journalists to ‘go lick BJP’s a$$’ when asked about poll violence in West Bengal
The arrogance of TMC leaders is not just limited to Moon Moon Sen threatening a journalist
Poll violence in West Bengal: TMC workers attack BJP workers in Asansol, BJP candidate Babul Supriyo’s car vandalised
In a shocking incident of violence in West Bengal, party workers belonging to Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress (TMC) have reportedly attacked Union Minister Babul Supriyo and damaged his vehicle in Asansol
Violence in West Bengal: While voters boycott polls in Asansol over non-deployment of central forces, crude bombs found elsewhere
The fourth phases of Lok Sabha elections in West Bengal have been mired in controversy as sporadic instances of violence have been reported throughout the state just as the first three phases of elections.
Voting concluded in second phase of elections, parts of West Bengal and Jammu and Kashmir witness violence on polling day
Voting is underway in the second phase of Lok Sabha elections
Violence has been reported in West Bengal in the two constituencies, Cooch Behar and Alipurduar, that has gone to polls in the first phase of the elections.
The run up to the panchayat polls has been a bloody one as well.
The TMC though is expected to emerge as the largest party in the polls
West Bengal: After by-poll victory, TMC workers capture 4 BJP offices, paint offices green and resort to vandalism
TMC workers also painted party's name on BJP offices and replaced BJP flags with TMC flag
West Bengal: BJP District President’s house, car vandalised, alleges TMC goons also beat up party workers when they tried to intervene
West Bengal: BJP-TMC clashes have been occurring with remarkable frequency ever since the saffron party emerged as a threat to Mamata Banerjee’s political power
West Bengal assembly by-poll: BJP candidate manhandled and thrashed in Karimpur allegedly by Trinamool workers
Vice President of West Bengal BJP manhandled and assaulted allegedly by Trinamool workers
West Bengal: Governor Jagdeep Dhankar says he felt humiliated at a Durga Puja carnival hosted by CM Mamata Banerjee
West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar today said he felt "humiliated, deeply pained and disturbed" by the treatment meted out to him at a Durga Puja carnival hosted by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.
West Bengal: ABVP student severely injured in bomb blast done allegedly by TMC goons, hospitalised in critical condition
An ABVP activist was gravely injured after a bomb blast at Kalyani University allegedly perpetrated by goons associated with the Trinamool Congress (TMC)
West Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghosh had claimed that over 72 party workers have been reportedly killed between April and July this year.
The MHA has informed in the Lok Sabha that Madrasas in several West Bengal districts are being used as radicalisation and recruitment centres for JMB.
Mamata Banerjee reaches out to Congress and CPI(M) seeking support in her fight against BJP in Bengal, rebuffed
The TMC supremo accused BJP of trying to run a parallel government and bringing in an alien culture in West Bengal
Bombs were hurled and several bullets were fired in the air during the clash between the two groups near a newly constructed police station, which was scheduled for inauguration on Thursday.
The Islamic onslaught in West Bengal: A saga that started long before the current state regime made it worse
The Islamisation of Bengal has been a slow and steady process, repetitive governments have chosen to ignore their rising population, rather using the community as a vote bank.
The silence from the self-proclaimed crusaders of free speech and justice during West Bengal protests is deafening
In the unprecedented crisis taking place in Bengal, the so-called champions of justice and free speech seem to have chosen to turn a blind eye
A woman BJP leader was allegedly shot dead in 24 North Paraganas district in West Bengal
Mamata Banerjee declines to go for the all party meeting called by West Bengal Governor, calls him a BJP mouthpiece
Welcoming the Governor's initiative, West Bengal BJP unit president Dilip Ghosh said the state government should have taken the initiative
Kolkata: Police uses water cannons and tear gas on BJP workers protesting peacefully against political violence in the state
The BJP workers were marching peacefully towards the Kolkata police headquarters in Lal Bazar before they were stopped by the police
The BJP also alleged that the communal disharmony is linked with "illegal Rohingyas in West Bengal" and demanded a National Investigation Agency (NIA) probe into the matter
BJP demands Mamata Banerjee’s resignation as West Bengal Home Minister in the wake of violence across the state
BJP observed a black day today in West Bengal and a 12-hour long general strike has also been planned.
West Bengal: BJP victory procession turns violent, workers say police were accompanied by TMC goons who triggered the attack
Mamata Banerjee foreseeing what her future in stores, had turned hostile towards BJP much prior to the Lok Sabha elections
Mamata Banerjee to skip swearing in ceremony of Modi govt after family members of BJP workers killed in Bengal violence invited
Mamata Banerjee has reversed her decision to attend the oath-taking ceremony of the Modi government after families of BJP workers killed in WB invited for the ceremony