Topic: Mamata Banerjee

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.
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. 
BJP West Bengal has taken up the issue and moved to the Election Commission.
Bangladeshi actor Gazi Abdun Noor was seen campaigning for TMC candidates in Dumdum district of West Bengal
The BJP has now urged that the film 'Baghini' ought to be reviewed by the EC on the lines of what was done regarding PM Modi's biopic
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.
Gazi Abdun Noor, a Bangladeshi tele-serial actor, was seen at Dum Dum, West Bengal, during TMC candidate Sougata Roy's roadshow
Ferdous Ahmed, Bangladeshi actor who campaigned for Mamata's TMC has been asked to leave the country and his visa is cancelled
TMC had got a Bangladeshi actor Ferdous Ahmed for their election campaign in West Bengal.
Darjeeling is not just the only storm brewing in Mamata’s cup of woes.
BJP questioned the TMC whether it would Pakistan PM Imran Khan next to campaign for the party in the elections.
Amusingly, Mamata Banerjee had criticised the BJP's Ram Navami rally just two days back
The TMC candidate was earlier seen wearing gloves on her hands while greeting people in her constituency during an election campaign.
The Siliguri metropolitan police have denied permission of landing Rahul Gandhi's chopper without providing any reasons for their denial
"There is constitutional anarchy in West Bengal if I may say it succinctly," Solicitor General Tushar Mehta had contended
Shockingly, a few days ago TMC leader Anubrata Monal had openly appealed to the Election Commission officials to allow people to rig the polls by managing 500-600 votes per booth.
With a massive upswing in 2019 Lok Sabha Elections, BJP is poised to pull off a political coup in West Bengal. The only question now is: How would Mamata Banerjee react?
Polling in two parliamentary constituencies of West Bengal, Cooch Behar, and Alipurduar, is being held in the first phase of the Lok Sabha elections on April 11.
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.
Mamata Banerjee's rally got delayed as a helicopter ride which was to take 22 minutes took 55 minutes
It has become a norm for the opposition leaders to resort to personal attacks on PM Modi probably because of their failure to come up with something substantial to confront him with.
TMC leader Anubrata Mondal on Sunday made an appeal to the Election Commission (EC) officials to let him rig the polls and allow his people to "manage" 500-600 votes per booth
Mamata also said she is confident that TMC will lead the formation of government at the Centre.
Hearing on the petition filed by TMC MP Abhishek Banerjee's wife, the Calcutta HC ordered her to appear before the Customs
Prime Minister Modi addressed a rally at Kolkata's Brigade Ground yesterday, the same venue where leaders of the Mahagathbandhan had gathered in January. It was Narendra Modi's second rally in West Bengal yesterday after the first at Siliguri.
The incident comes after a day after both PM Modi had launched a scathing attack on Mamata Banerjee for her stance on Balakot strikes and accused her of acting like "Speedbreaker" to the development of the state. 
The National Commission for Women has taken suo moto cognisance of the matter and has urged the Bengal director general of police to take "strict and immediate action".
Ahead of his rally at Kolkata, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a rally at Bengal's Siliguri. He launched a scathing attack on Mamata Banerjee for her stance on Balakot strikes and accused her of acting as an impediment in the development of the state.

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