West Bengal polls 2021: Sporadic violence in Birbhum, Kolkata mars final phase; 76.07% turnout till 6 pm
Long queues were seen outside most polling booths since early morning, raising concern over the spread of COVID-19, even as the EC assured that all precautionary measures are in place
Explosion at Trinamool Congress office in West Bengal's Birbhum district; police yet to ascertain cause
According to the police, Trinamool Congress party office was locked from outside when the explosion occurred which damaged a big portion of the office
With the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) trying to leave the Communist Party of India (CPM) and Congress in its dust and emerge as the main rival to the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC), a new political narrative of “us vs them” is being put forth before voters ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
West Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghosh threatens TMC leaders with 'jail or direct encounters', gets booked by police
West Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh threatened Trinamool leaders with violence and said that leaders would soon be either jailed or killed in encounters
TMC leader organises 'Brahmin convention' in West Bengal's Birbhum district; BJP accuses party of shifting to 'soft Hindutva'
A senior TMC leader organised a "Brahmin convention" in Bolpur town of Birbhum district on Monday, a move criticised by the BJP
Controversial Trinamool Congress (TMC) leader Anubrata Mondal was in news with his order to party workers to gouge out the eyes of opposition activists
Don of justice: Anubrata Mondal proves EC is a 'paper tiger' as Birbhum boils in Phase 2 of Bengal polls
Anubrata Mondal forced a deputy magistrate, eight paramilitary personnel and a videographer who were to tail him 24x7 to chase thin air while he rode to Bolpur
Mamata Banerjee's act of daring EC and openly challenging its Constitutional authority indicates that she suffers from a siege mentality and sends an extremely worrying signal down TMC's rank and file.
A district president of the Trinamool Congress today courted controversy by inciting partymen to 'attack' independent candidates in the on-going panchayat elections who had posed threat to the party's official nominees and even to "hurl bomb on policemen".