Amid Bengal polling for the 4th phase of election, BJP shared a damaging video clip about TMC leader Sujata Mondal in which she is heard calling a section of people "beggars by nature".
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During a public rally in West Bengal's Siliguri, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on April 10 conveyed his condolences to the demise of the people who died in the Cooch Behar firing incident and said his sympathies are with the families of those who died in the incident. "What happened in Cooch Behar is very saddening. My sympathies are with the families of those who died, I condole their demise. Didi and her goons are perturbed, seeing the people's support for BJP. She has stooped to this level as she can see her chair slipping away," the PM said. "I would like to tell Didi, TMC and their goons clearly that their ways will not be allowed to work in Bengal. I urge the Election Commission to take strict action against the accused of the incident in Cooch Behar," he added. Earlier, at least 4 people were killed and four got injured in incident of firing in WB's Cooch Behar during the fourth phase of Assembly elections today.
The counting of votes for the Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council (TTAADC) elections is currently underway across 16 sub-divisional magistrate offices in Tripura. The election was contested among 157 candidates including 14 from Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) 17 from Indigenous Peoples Front of Tripura(IPFT ) candidates, 28 from Left Front, 28 from Congress, four from the Indigenous Nationalist Party of Twipra (INPT), 30 from other political parties, and 38 independent candidates.Counting at Birendra Nagar School, Jirinia was seen amid tight security arrangements.
Indian Secular Front chairman and candidate from Bhangar in South 24 Parganas district, Naushad Siddiqui and BJP candidate from the same constituency, Soumi Hati greeted each other. Both are the candidate from Bhangar constituency in South 24 Parganas district. This phase of elections will witness an intense battle between 373 candidates in 44 constituencies.
BJP leader Amit Malviya released leaked audio clips of Prashant Kishor speaking to journalists. Malviya claimed that even TMC's internal surveys show BJP's win in Bengal assembly polls. Malviya took to Twitter and shared the audio clips of the public chat on Clubhouse app. In the chat, Kishor is purportedly heard saying that 'PM Modi is very popular in Bengal’. Malviya claimed that Kishor also spoke on 'anger against TMC' and ’55% Hindus are voting for BJP’. Clubhouse is an audio-only app where participants can host discussions in open rooms. Responding to Malviya's tweetstorm, Kishore challenged BJP to release the entire conversation.
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