Bengal election: CPM leader's house attacked in poll-bound Nadia district
The house of a CPM leader was attacked allegedly by Trinamool Congress workers here in Nadia district on Wednesday
Kalyani: The house of a CPM leader was attacked allegedly by Trinamool Congress workers here in Nadia district on Wednesday.
The house of local CPM leader Babu Bose was attacked by some armed men at about 1.30 am. As they could not break open the door, they smashed window panes and damaged doors, a police official said.
Effort was being made to arrest the culprits, he said.
Bose alleged that five more houses were also damaged and the attackers belonged to the Trinamool Congress.
Local TMC leaders denied any involvement of their workers in the incident.
Nadia district goes to poll tomorrow in the third phase of Assembly elections in the state.
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Earlier this week, the BJP MLAs from Bagda and Bishnupur, Biswajit Das and Tanmoy Ghosh, had joined Mamata Banerjee's party
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