violence in West Bengal
Bengal post-poll violence: Mamata govt denies extension of stay to NCW chief, denies access to victims of violence
The Mamata govt has reportedly refused to provide an extension to NCW chief Rekha Sharma's visit, citing Covid duties for officials.
After the political upset for BJP, Mamata Banerjee took the reigns and a spate of unimaginable violence was unleashed on those who worked for BJP or those who had supported the party in the state.
After TMC leaders denying post-poll violence, Mamata Banerjee announces compensation for kin of victims
Mamata Banerjee has claimed that around 16 people have died in the post -poll violence, almost equal from BJP and TMC, and oner person from the Sanjukta Morcha.
Another life lost in West Bengal violence as RSS worker Balaram Majhi lynched to death by TMC workers: Reports
RSS worker Balaram Majhi died after he was attacked by TMC workers at his residence in Sripur village in East Bardhaman district
Union Minister of State V Muraleedharan’s convoy attacked in Bengal, was on his way to meet BJP workers attacked by TMC goons: Watch
Following TMC victory in West Bengal Assembly polls on Sunday, there have been reports of widespread violence in West Bengal.
Union Home Ministry forms four-member fact-finding team to probe post-election violence in West Bengal
Multiple reports of brutal killings, arson, loot, rape and vandalism have come forth from different parts of West Bengal since May 2
West Bengal: BJP worker releases SOS video on social media, says he is in hiding for past 3 days from TMC goons without food
BJP Bhaskar Mandal released a SOS video saying that his house was looted and he is in hiding for the past 3 days from the TMC goons
Exodus of BJP workers with families from Bengal to Assam continues due to violence by TMC, state govt and BJP provide shelter, food, essentials
All the people who have entered Assam are from Cooch Behar district in West Bengal, where BJP won 7 out of 9 assembly seats
Online publications like The Wire and Scroll.in seem to have more of a problem with BJP's characterization of the post-election violence, than the actual post-poll violence itself.
Bengal post-poll violence: TMC goons attack BSF jawans, set their homes on fire, Network 18 journalist reveals
Earlier, TMC Chief and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had demonised the central paramilitary forces. She had even urged the party supporters to 'gherao' them during elections.