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West Bengal election: Protests at polling booths in Basirhat, Jadavpur; BJP, voters claim TMC workers not letting people vote
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West Bengal election: Protests at polling booths in Basirhat, Jadavpur; BJP, voters claim TMC workers not letting people vote

Voters in Basirhat and Jadavpur have alleged that TMC workers are disrupting the election process by not allowing them to vote.

Lok Sabha polls: In West Bengal, 'gloves-off' campaigns by BJP, TMC give way to polling in crucial nine seats in seventh phase
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Lok Sabha polls: In West Bengal, 'gloves-off' campaigns by BJP, TMC give way to polling in crucial nine seats in seventh phase

An electorate of 1,49,63,064 will decide the fate of 111 candidates in West Bengal's nine seats, Kolkata North and Kolkata South, Dum Dum, Barasat, Basirhat, Jadavpur, Diamond Harbour, Jaynagar (SC) and Mathurapur (SC). Eight seats, barring Jadavpur, will witness a four-cornered contest between the Trinamool Congress, the BJP, the Congress and the Left Front.

TMC-BJP violence: As Mamata promises revenge for Vidyasagar episode, Kolkata Police's failure to prevent conflict raises eyebrows
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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

Lok Sabha Election 2019 Updates: Mamata planning protest on EC's Bengal campaigning ban, asks other parties to join, claims report
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Lok Sabha Election 2019 Updates: Mamata planning protest on EC's Bengal campaigning ban, asks other parties to join, claims report

Lok Sabha Election 2019 LIVE Updates: At a press conference, Mamata attacked the BJP and the Election Commission over the poll panel's crackdown following Kolkata violence. "This is an emergency situation arisen because of the EC decision... It's not a EC decision, it's a BJP decision. Modi is afraid of me and afraid of the people of Bengal," she said.