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Political Violence

Carnage not over: Suvendu Adhikari meets Amit Shah, says post-poll violence in West Bengal still ongoing

Suvendu Adhikari said that the post-poll carnage is not over in West Bengal nearly two months after the assembly elections.

Mamata Banerjee to celebrate “Khela Hobe Diwas” on the same day Muslim League had launched “Direct Action Day” to massacre Hindus

Mamata Banerjee said that TMC would commemorate its victory in WB assembly elections as the "Khela Hobe Diwas" on August 16

Houses burnt down, cows killed and caste based insults: Another horror story of political violence emerges from West Bengal

Political violence escalated to devastating proportions in West Bengal in the aftermath of Trinamool's victory in the assembly elections.

‘State in denial, admin lied about no complaints being filed, prima facie evidence of violence’: Everything Calcutta HC said on Bengal post-poll violence

Calcutta HC sharply criticised the state govt for failing to create an atmosphere where post-poll violence victims can return to their homes

Man who slapped Mamata Banerjee’s nephew Abhishek Banerjee in 2015 found dead, family says murder: What we know so far

Devasish Acharya, the man who slapped TMC MP Abhishek Banerjee in 2015, has been found dead under mysterious circumstances in Bengal.

‘Surrender to us if you want jobs under govt scheme’: TMC leader threatens ISF workers to join his party

TMC leader Modasser Hossain said that if ISF workers and supporters want benefits of 100 days' job scheme, they have to join TMC

BJP MP, 4 others attacked by TMC cadre with ‘bamboo and sticks’ while arranging return of BJP cadre who had fled violence

BJP MLA and Leader of Opposition Suvendu Adhikari said that Roy and four other workers were attacked by TMC when they were arranging the return of BJP workers who left due to the post-poll violence in the state.

Post-Poll Bengal: Selective silence, gendered violence and political alienation

The deliberate silence on the part of the intelligentsia on the post-poll violence in West Bengal is deeply agitating and distressing

‘If u want to come back to village, send your wife to me first’: TMC leader Muzaffar Baig accused of threatening BJP worker

Hundreds of BJP workers and supporters, mostly Hindus, have been forced to flee their villages along with families. They have been staying in shelters provided by the Assam government.

Online test platform Gradeup blames center spreading riots in Bengal, apologizes after social media uproar

Gradeup had put out a multiple choice question declaring that the party that rules the center has a history of perpetrating riots in West Bengal.

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