West Bengal civic elections: TMC to make oppostion to CAA, NRC its main poll plank, will carry out door-to-door campaign
Trinamool Congress has decided to continue its protests against CAA and NRC and will make it the party's main poll plank in the West Bengal civic elections
The West Bengal civic polls have baffled analysts as they have failed to explain how both the CPM and Congress were decimated to a big zero in terms of winnability
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's popularity has reached stratospheric levels, while BJP's juggernaut has screeched to a halt at Mamata Banerjee's doorstep
Incidents of sporadic violence and arson marked Sunday's elections in seven municipal bodies of West Bengal, with Opposition parties accusing the ruling Trinamool Congress of turning the poll process into a farce by resorting to large scale "hooliganism and rigging".
West Bengal civic polls: Bombs hurled, EVMs damaged, violence mars elections; Opposition stages protest
Polling was, however, peaceful in four municipalities in northern Bengal hills — Darjeeling, Kurseong, Mirik Notified Area Authority in Darjeeling district, and Kalimpong in Kalimpong district.