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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
West Bengal: Poll officials go to CEO over TMC leader’s threats, seek his house arrest for free and fair elections
TMC Birbhum District Chief Anubrata Mondal seems to be having very little regard for the law
West Bengal: Makhan Bibi force fed acid by husband and in-laws for voting against Trinamool, claims son
In a gruesome incident of political violence, a woman in Murshidabad, West Bengal was fed acid by her Trinamool supporting husband and in-laws for voting for Congress in the Lok Sabha elections
PM Modi, in interaction with Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar, had revealed that Mamata Banerjee sends him Bengali sweets and personally selected Kurtas.
The 30-year old election officer Arnab Roy had gone suspiciously missing from duty on April 18th from Bipradas Choudhury Polytechnic College of Nadia, West Bengal. Interestingly, Roy was the in charge of the EVMs and VVPATs.
Unnerved by BJP making successful inroads in WB, Mamata Banerjee and her squad have been resorting to all sorts of techniques to hold on to their slithering position.
Subash Chandra Bose’ kin and BJP leader CK Bose heckled by TMC goons, alleges inaction by Kolkata Police
BJP leader Chandra Kumar Bose says that TMC workers stopped him when he was going to file nomination from South Kolkata
TMC worker seen brandishing a gun during roadshow organised by over 200 workers in Birbhum, West Bengal
Around 200 TMC workers organised a bike rally in Birbhum Lok Sabha constituency in West Bengal
Decision comes from political will, the Army follows, success comes when both operate in unison: Amit Shah
BJP needn't do anything, the opposition is helping us to acquire the Hindu support by invoking castist statements, said Amit Shah in the interview by Republic Bharat.
How NDTV lied to paint Narendra Modi as ‘Hitler’ in 2004 and whitewashed violence and rigging by Left, Lalu
NDTV has reported horribly against Narendra Modi right since 2002. But among all stark lies spread by NDTV, one which needs to be immediately exposed is this.
West Bengal: Presiding officer, polling agent cast vote on behalf of voters, bombs thrown at polling stations
Large scale violence and irregularities have been witnessed during the Lok Sabha elections in West Bengal
Sporadic instances of violence have been reported from West Bengal during the third phase of the elections where poll-related violence has been the norm.
The third phase of the elections is set to be conducted on the 23rd of April, 2019. It is perhaps the most crucial phase of the elections for the BJP and could decide whether it crosses the magic mark of 272 on its own or falls short.
Live Updates: One person who was standing in a queue to vote in Bengal killed after clashes break out between TMC and Congress worker
This third phase of polling is perhaps the most crucial phase of the elections for the BJP and could prove crucial as to whether it crosses the magic mark of 272 on its own or falls short.
West Bengal: Wife of missing election official Arnab Roy requests media to stop spreading rumours and to help find her husband
Anisha Jash, wife of the missing officer Arnab Roy has now started to appeal to every citizen to help find her husband who went suspiciously missing from duty on April 18th Bipradas Choudhury Polytechnic College of Nadia, West Bengal.
West Bengal: BJP’s Hooghly candidate Locket Chatterjee’s house attacked, party blames Trinamool goons
Locket Chatterjee was reportedly present in the house when the attack occurred. The goons gained access to the residence carrying BJP flags and once they were inside, they ran amok. The residence was then vandalized.
Nadia District Nodal Election Officer Arnab Roy has gone missing during his election duty. Arnab Roy was on duty at Bipradas Choudhury Polytechnic College on Thursday during the second phase of 2019 Lok Sabha polls.
In the recent past, there have been innumerable such attacks on BJP and RSS leaders.
BJP West Bengal has taken up the issue and moved to the Election Commission.
Election violence in West Bengal: EVM smashed in clash, black tape affixed on BJP candidate’s name and symbol on EVM
Darjeeling witnessed several incidences of violence during voting
Congress Social Media head retweets meme mocking ‘BJP candidates’ who become victims of political violence
That the meme, which was quite obviously in bad taste, was shared by a close aide of Rahul Gandhi reflects extremely poorly on the Congress party. However, it has increasingly become the norm.
Odisha: Maoists gun down polling party member, torch vehicles on the day before phase-2 of elections
Five Lok Sabha constituencies Aska, Kandhamal, Sundergarh, Bargarh, and Bolangir and 35 Assembly constituencies under them will go to elections in the second phase of 2019 polls on Thursday in Odisha.
Several incidents of violence were also reported in West Bengal during the first phase of the Lok Sabha elections which concluded on April 11
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
‘Pick up brooms and chase them away’, TMC minister incites violence against Central Forces deployed for elections
Trinamool appears to have abandoned all sense of caution in its bid to retain its stranglehold over Bengal politics. Recently, even Bangladeshi actors were spotted campaigning for TMC candidates.
The ABVP had planned to launch #ModiAgain by Aabhas Maldahiyar and Saffron Swords by Manoshi Sinha Rawal, but the event was cancelled
Darjeeling is not just the only storm brewing in Mamata’s cup of woes.