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As per a Times Now report, voters were intimidated and stopped from casting their votes
West Bengal: BJP candidate Bharati Ghosh heckled, her vehicle vandalised and stopped from casting her vote by TMC cadre
Bharati Ghosh had last year made shocking revelations about West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee alleging that Banerjee “transfers officers if BJP gains ground”
West Bengal marred with violence in the 6th phase of elections, one BJP, one TMC worker found dead while two other BJP workers shot at
West Bengal elections are often greeted with violent skirmishes and clashes between competing parties
Sadhvi Pragya, Gautam Gambhir, Virat Kohli cast their votes, violence continues in Bengal in the sixth phase of Lok Sabha elections
Fates of several political bigwigs to be decided today in the sixth phase of polling
Slamming the Mamata government for the apparent lawlessness in the State Biswa said that he was appalled at such brazen abuse of power
Clearly, the electorate of the state of West Bengal is extremely complicated but what is a fact is that this election will be an extremely polarised election.
‘Since election is over, matter is resolved’, says Election Commission grievance portal responding to vote rigging complaint in West Bengal
Election Commission's grievance portal says that since elections are over, it will not look into complaints of booth capturing
Editors Guild whose chief hailed Mamata for fighting ‘fire with fire’ condemns violence against journalists in Bengal without naming her
The Editors Guild has today issued a statement condemning the violence unleashed upon journalists in Mamata Banerjee led West Bengal during 2019 Lok Sabha Elections.
BJP polling agent brutally assaulted by TMC workers in Howrah as West Bengal votes in the 5th phase of Lok Sabha elections
The Election Commission has sought a report from the administration regarding the alleged attack on BJP candidate Arjun Singh by TMC workers.
While violence and rigging occurred sporadically as expected, the BJP candidate from Barrackpore, Arjun Singh, was attacked by goons associated with Trinamool Congress.
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.
Arjun Singh was allegedly heckled after he intervened when BJP supporters said they were not allowed to vote
Chairman of Editors Guild justifies TMC’s violence in West Bengal, showers praise for fighting ‘fire with fire, venom with venom’
Shekhar Gupta has this to say: "Fight fire with fire, venom with venom... Mamata in Bengal shows how offence is the best defence to stop the Modi-Shah cavalry..."
The TMC goons under the protection of Mamata Banerjee have been unleashing their unbridled brutality converting West Bengal into a battle zone.
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.
This election season has witnessed several incidents of violence under Mamata’s regime in the state.
“Do not take his (Babul Supriyo) name else you have no idea what I will do with the camera”: Moon Moon Sen to journalist
TMC candidate Moon Moon Sen verbally attacks and threatens to break the camera of journalist for bringing the name of her opponent Babul Supriyo in front of her.
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
The Print, headed by the chief of Editors Guild, maintains stoic silence as Bengal burns with poll violence
Media outlet run by the Chief of the Editors Guild himself, The Print, hasn't found the time to highlight the matter of the journalists who were attacked yesterday and the violence in West Bengal
After threatening TV anchor, Moon Moon Sen says ‘this much violence happens everywhere’ when asked about poll violence in Bengal
TMC candidate from Asansol, Moon Moon Sen has spent the day planting her foot firmly in her mouth
TMC workers spray perfume on EVM button, smell voters’ fingers to verify whether they voted for the party
According to Anandabazar Patrika, TMC workers sprayed perfume on EVM button and were sniffing fingers of voters to check if they voted for TMC
Overall, the NDA needs to win a minimum of 50 seats in the fourth phase of the elections if it wishes to retain its possibility of securing a majority in the Lok Sabha.
’40 of your MLAs are in contact with me,’ PM Modi warns Mamata Banerjee of saffron surge in West Bengal
Prime Minister Narendra Modi also took a dig at the West Bengal Chief Minister's bizarre comment that she will send him sweets made of mud and pebbles to break his teeth
In what appears to be the gravest of escalations, central forces were attacked during the process, ABP Ananda has reported. The incident reportedly happened at Dubrajpur.
TMC unleashes goons in Asansol, West Bengal, TMC candidate unaware of violence because she “got her bed tea late”
When TMC leader and candidate from Asansol, Moon Moon Sen was asked about the poll violence in Asansol, West Bengal, she said she was unaware of the situation because she got her bed tea late.
India Today, Republic TV crew including lady journalists attacked by TMC goons for exposing Bengal violence
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
Watch: TMC workers seen rigging polls in East Burdwan, West Bengal, Election Commission removes Presiding Officer
A shocking visual has come to light where TMC workers can be seen openly rigging the elections in East Burdwan, West Bengal
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.
TMC Birbhum district president kept on tight EC leash till April 30th after poll workers express fear of him threatening them if let loose
The Election Commission (EC) has decided to keep controversial TMC leader and Birbhum district president Anubrata Mondal on a tight leash until the morning of April 30th as two seats from Birbhum district poll in the 4th phase of 2019 elections