TMC-BJP violence: As Mamata promises revenge for Vidyasagar episode, Kolkata Police's failure to prevent conflict raises eyebrows
That the Kolkata Police had information beforehand about a possible TMC-BJP conflict in College Street where Vidyasagar's statue was smashed and yet took no action to prevent it has raised eyebrows over the police's role in the 14 May violence in Kolkata
TMC questions need for seven-phased Lok Sabha election in Bengal; parties rake up issue of three phases falling during Ramzan
Besides questioning the need to hold the Lok Sabha election in West Bengal in seven phases, political parties are likely to bring up the Ramzan controversy at rallies and make BJP allegedly using the Election Commission poll panel as a puppet one of their key talking points.
Amit Shah rally violence: Bengal BJP leader Rahul Sinha tells workers to 'arm themselves'; governor seeks report from Mamata
BJP national secretary Rahul Sinha asked BJP supporters and workers to come armed with sticks at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's rally in Bengal, in the aftermath of violence near the venue of the rally of BJP chief Amit Shah at Kanthi in East Midnapore.