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Large scale violence and irregularities have been witnessed during the Lok Sabha elections in West Bengal
Bangladeshi actor Gazi Abdun Noor was seen campaigning for TMC candidates in Dumdum district of West Bengal
Several incidents of violence were also reported in West Bengal during the first phase of the Lok Sabha elections which concluded on April 11
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.
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
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?
Mamata Banerjee's rally got delayed as a helicopter ride which was to take 22 minutes took 55 minutes
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
Hearing on the petition filed by TMC MP Abhishek Banerjee's wife, the Calcutta HC ordered her to appear before the Customs
Earlier, Mamata Banerjee's nephew's wife was reportedly caught with 2 kgs gold worth Rs 68 lakh at Kolkata airport
The bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi asked Solicitor General, Tushar Mehta to file an application in this regard
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.
The Saradha Group had reportedly collected more than 200 billion rupees from lakhs of small investors
The crowd was controlled only after the police and senior Congress leaders stepped in
This news has led a political storm where political parties are questioning the delinquency and the bias of the West Bengal Government
Violence against the members of BJP is on a considerable rise under the Mamata government in West Bengal.
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
Mamata Banerjee is known to make bewildering remarks. She had earlier said that Prime Minister Modi was jealous of her painting skills. Then again, in a poem of sorts, she equated illegal immigrants with untouchables.
Recently, Saumitra Khan, another Trinamool Congress MP had quit the party to join the Bharatiya Janata Party. Saumitra Khan, who is the MP from Bishnupur is all likely to contest from the same seat on a BJP ticket in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.
The polling dates of 2019 General Elections are out and the BJP is ready with its allies. The Congress? Well, it’s like a bride in a “swayambar” without any prospective bridegroom.
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.
People are lately choosing to quit the TMC and in most cases heading over to the BJP
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."

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