TMC leader Yashwant Sinha expressed confidence in West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee's win in Nandigram. Hitting out at BJP's Suvendu Adhikari, Sinha said the opposition candidate is nowhere near her. Adhikari locked horns with Mamata from Nandigram seat in the second phase of assembly polls. “Mamata...
Creating a fresh controversy, the BJP had on Friday released an audiotape in which West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee can purportedly be heard proposing a rally with the bodies of the 5 firing victims of Cooch Behar. Mamata Banerjee has now alleged that her phone is being tapped.
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BJP released a purported audio clip of West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee speaking to Sitalkuchi nominee. BJP claimed that Mamata proposed a rally with bodies of Cooch Behar firing victims. A BJP delegation urged Bengal Chief Electoral Officer Ariz Aftab to take note of the clip. BJP claimed such a move could lead to untoward situations in the state amid ongoing polls. Meanwhile, TMC has described the audio clip as 'bogus' and said no such conversation took place. Violence marred a Cooch Behar polling booth during the fourth round of voting on April 10. Four persons died near a booth in Sitalkuchi constituency of Cooch Behar district. Reports suggest central forces opened fire allegedly after coming under attack from locals. Incident took place after locals allegedly attempted to snatch rifles of central forces. Watch the full video for more details.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on April 17 slammed West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on killing that took place in Cooch Behar. He said that doing politics on corpses is an old habit of CM Banerjee. PM Modi said, "Didi, how far will you go for vote bank? The truth is that Didi thought of her political benefit through those deaths. Doing politics on corpses is an old habit of Didi." "You might have listened to an audiotape over what happened in Cooch Behar. After the death of 5 people, Didi is doing politics. In this audiotape, Cooch Behar TMC leader is being told to hold a rally with the bodies of the 5 deceased," he added.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah slammed the ruling West Bengal government during a public rally in Jhargram on Thursday. Shah said that BJP will work to benefitting Adivasis when it comes to power in West Bengal. Shah slammed West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee and alleged that she works to benefit her nephew Abhishek Banerjee. Watch the full video for more details.
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Union Home Minister Amit Shah continued to train guns at West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and her nephew, TMC leader Abhishek Banerjee. "Modi ji wants elections to be for your welfare. Didi wants elections as a means to make her nephew the next Chief Minister. Do you want the nephew as your CM or development in Bengal?," said Amit Shah.
PM Narendra Modi launched a frontal attack on West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee. PM alleged that her lawmaker nephew Abhishek was the only 'single window' in the state. The prime minister said that without crossing Abhishek no work gets done in Bengal. PM Modi was addressing a rally in Kharagpur in the election-bound state. “You know, a single-window system is created for speedy clearances for industries. In Bengal too, exists a single window, the single window of 'Bhaipo' (nephew). Without crossing 'Bhaipo' (Abhishek Banerjee), no work gets done in Bengal,” he said. BJP has often accused Abhishek of running syndicates that extort money from common people. Rejecting the outsider tag given by Mamata, PM Modi said BJP is the only real party of Bengal.
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Wearing PPE kits, three COVID-19 positive patients came to cast their votes in WB's Siliguri on April 17. They went to Booth No 173A at Siliguri Girls School to exercise their right. Fifth phase of West Bengal Assembly elections held today.
With fifth phase of polling is underway in West Bengal, a report of TMC camp office vandalism has surfaced from Deganga Assembly constituency. TMC's camp office was vandalised at booth number 81 in Kumarpur on April 17. The party workers alleged that central forces are behind the vandalism. West Bengal recorded a voter turnout of 69.40 per cent till 3.30 pm across 45 constituencies in six districts during the fifth phase of the state Assembly polls, according to the Election Commission (EC). Voting for the fifth phase of West Bengal Assembly polls began at 7 am on Saturday amid tight security.
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