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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.
Several incidents of violence were also reported in West Bengal during the first phase of the Lok Sabha elections which concluded on April 11
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.
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.
'The Antagonists' is a fictional book based on the devastating fire incident at the AMRI Hospital in Kolkata's Dhakuria area which transpired in the year 2011
Arjun Singh had left TMC to join BJP after being denied MP ticket for Barackpore. He will contest against his TMC rival Dinesh Trivedi for the seat on a BJP ticket.
Violence against the members of BJP is on a considerable rise under the Mamata government in West Bengal.
Recently, TMC MPs Saumitra Khan and Anupam Hazra had joined the BJP.
Actress Nusrat Jahan was in a relationship with one of the main accused of the Park Street rape case. Her role in shielding and helping the accused, Kader Khan, was questioned by many.
TMC hooligans threaten Former WB minister and Kolkata mayor Sovan Chatterjee and his friend Baiskhakhi Chatterjee against joining BJP
BJP is rising in Bengal, which has been a cause of worry for TMC chief Mamata Banerjee.
Earlier the West Bengal government had refused to give permission for BJP's Rath Yatra citing the law and order situation as a reason.
Citing his alleged harassment and suffering as the reason, Dutt has written, "I decided to take the drastic step to highlight genuine problems faced by honest officers in West Bengal, and other parts of India."
Justice Rao cited the reason that he had represented the State of West Bengal in a case earlier.
Political murders have become the norm in TMC ruled West Bengal.
Yogi Adityanath asserted that if BJP comes to power in West Bengal, the criminals masquerading as TMC supporters will be held accountable.
TMC goons have a decorated history of indulging in rampant vandalistic attacks against the people they don’t conform with
TMC workers in Bengal had forcibly removed PM Modi's posters and smeared dirt on banners welcoming him
Amit Shah while addressing the rally, sneered the TMC chief on various issues
Political violence in West Bengal continues to claim lives.
Amit Shah alleged that the Mamata Banerjee led TMC government in the West Bengal has resorted to undemocratic measures to obstruct BJP from conducting rallies in the state.
She was beaten up twice by TMC goons

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