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Mamata Banerjee declines to go for the all party meeting called by West Bengal Governor, calls him a BJP mouthpiece

Welcoming the Governor's initiative, West Bengal BJP unit president Dilip Ghosh said the state government should have taken the initiative

Shiv Sena slams Mamata Banerjee, says the “sleeping Hindus of Bengal” have been “awakened by her excesses”

Shiv Sena attacked the Trinamool Congress chief saying that the state would turn into Gujarat and could even turn into ‘Ayodhya or Varanasi’.

West Bengal Governor calls for all party meet in view of the ongoing post-poll violence in the state

The West Bengal police have also been working hands in gloves with the ruling party to torment the BJP workers in Bengal

West Bengal: Missing BJP worker from Malda brutally murdered, charred remains found

The BJP also alleged that the communal disharmony is linked with "illegal Rohingyas in West Bengal" and demanded a National Investigation Agency (NIA) probe into the matter

Here is why Mamata Banerjee’s criticism of BJP inviting the kins of killed BJP karyakartas reeks of hypocrisy

Mamata Banerjee had invited the families of victims in Nandigram and Singur political violence to her own swearing-in ceremony in 2011.

Families of over 50 BJP workers killed in West Bengal to attend PM Modi’s swearing-in ceremony at Rashtrapati Bhavan

Narendra Modi government' swearing-in ceremony is to be held at the Jaipur Gate of Rashtrapati Bhavan in Delhi on May 30.

Mamata Banerjee reinstates ex-cop Rajeev Kumar, accused in Saradha scam, and other 10 IPS officers transferred by EC

Mamata Banerjee had earlier too shown her endearment by sitting on a 72 dharna in Rajeev Kumar's defence

Upendra Kushwaha to be held responsible if violence breaks out for his statement: Bihar ADG

Kushwaha had accused the central government of tampering with EVMs and had called for violence and riots.

RSLP leader Upendra Kushwaha calls for violence in the name of protecting votes

Kushwaha said that votes were no less valuable than one's reputation and food and that even picking up weapons was justified if it was done for protecting the votes.

BJP worker shot at, shop burned in West Bengal post-poll violence

In several incidents of post-poll violence, a BJP worker was reportedly shot at while shops have been set ablaze in Cooch Behar. In Bhatpara too, violent clashes are being reported.

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