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WB Governor’s decision to visit Assam to meet victims of TMC violence irks Mamata Banerjee, ‘orders’ to ‘refrain from surpassing CM’
Mamata Banerjee objects to WB Governor's planned visit to Assam to meet BJP workers who fled Bengal due to attacks by TMC workers
34 FIRS, 21 arrests in 5 days over ‘inflammatory’ social media posts in West Bengal talking about post-poll violence in Bengal: Details
Just five days after Mamata Banerjee took oath as the third time Chief Minister of West Bengal, a crackdown on social media posts has begun.
Here are the 5 things Suvendu Adhikari wrote in his first article after becoming the Leader of Opposition in West Bengal
Suvendu Adhikari penned an article in the Indian Express, slamming the TMC for destroying the united fabric of West Bengal
West Bengal was in the grips of political violence after Mamata Banerjee-led TMC emerged victorious in the assembly elections
West Bengal Govt tells Calcutta High Court there was no post-poll violence but with a caveat: Details
West Bengal government told the Calcutta High Court that there was no post-poll violence after the recently conducted state elections.
West Bengal: BJP leader Swapan Dasgupta files a complaint with the police on targeted persecution of its party workers
Dasgupta in his complaint to the police mentioned on record the names of all 260 victims, some of whom have been unable to return home after the TMC goons unleashed violence post their victory in the state.
Bengal BJP leader Mukul Roy has dispelled rumours that he is moving back to the Trinamool Congress following the party's defeat.
Bengal post-poll violence: Mamata govt denies extension of stay to NCW chief, denies access to victims of violence
The Mamata govt has reportedly refused to provide an extension to NCW chief Rekha Sharma's visit, citing Covid duties for officials.
Refugees in their own country: Victims of Bengal post-poll violence narrate their stories from Assam camps
Nandigram MLA and BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari had also asserted that over a lakh people have already fled Bengal since the post-poll violence erupted in West Bengal from May 2, 2021.
After TMC leaders denying post-poll violence, Mamata Banerjee announces compensation for kin of victims
Mamata Banerjee has claimed that around 16 people have died in the post -poll violence, almost equal from BJP and TMC, and oner person from the Sanjukta Morcha.