Topic: Political Violence

The TMC has written to the Election Commission of India alleging that the PM's visit to Kedarnath and the media coverage of it is a 'gross violation of the model code of conduct'.
West Bengal has been marred by political violence through all phases of the general elections. Incidents of vandalism and political attacks are being reported in the last phase too.
The Prime Minister also committed himself towards realizing Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar's vision and promised to reconstruct a grander statue at the same place where it was vandalized.
Mamata Banerjee had her interview published in the Indian Express yesterday.
Reports state that TMC goons had ransacked the house of the BJP leader Tuhin Mondal. They also vandalised Arvind Menon's car.
When you have to pray for something as basic as human decency and hope that no life was lost in an exercise in a democracy you know the cause is almost lost
The Samajwadi Party workers allegedly asked Pathak to abuse PM Modi and CM Yogi. When he refused to do that they started brutally beat him up.
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.
Due to security reasons, the polls in Anantnag Lok Sabha constituency which is composed of 16 assembly segments, is being held in 3 phases
Arjun Singh was allegedly heckled after he intervened when BJP supporters said they were not allowed to vote
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..."
This election season has witnessed several incidents of violence under Mamata’s regime in the state.
The arrogance of TMC leaders is not just limited to Moon Moon Sen threatening a journalist
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
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
Jagannath Pradhan, the BJP candidate from Odisha has accused BJD goons of hurling bombs on his car
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.
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.
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.
'Journalist' Pritish Nandy celebrates MNS goons thrashing citizens for a mere Facebook post. Hails Raj Thackeray for "giving it back to bhakts"
Several incidents of violence were also reported in West Bengal during the first phase of the Lok Sabha elections which concluded on April 11
A week ago, the nephew of the BJP MLA candidate in the same Bhanjanagar area was attacked by violent miscreants and had sustained critical injuries.

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